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Angelo Montrone

Vice President

A&R Partners Inc

HQ Phone:  (650) 762-2800

Email: a***@***.com

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A&R Partners Inc

201 Baldwin Ave.

San Mateo, California,94401

United States

Company Description

A&R Partners was founded in 1986 by Bob Angus and Zelda Rudin. During the subsequent two decades, it grew into one of Silicon Valley's most admired technology PR firms. In May 2006, A&R was acquired by Edelman to form A&R, a standalone specialty division focus... more

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President, Producer, Songwriter

Majestic Music Factory


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Or Music Website

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Angelo Montrone - Director of A&R, Or Music LLC | angelo@ormusic.comAngelo MontroneDirector of A&R, Or Music LLC Angelo was also responsible for bringing critical favorites The Story to Elektra and subsequently bringing Jennifer Love Hewitt to Atlantic Records.


Terra Nova Mastering :: News

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The letter was written by Angelo Montrone, a vice president for A&R (the folks who scout and sign music acts) for One Haven Music, a Sony Music company.
For those already confused, Montrone was essentially saying that there are millions of copies of CDs being released that are physically exhausting listeners, most of whom probably don't know why their ears and brains are feeling worn out. He continued, citing an album that proved very popular with Austinites. "I wasn't able to go to that mastering session for the second one," Montrone says from his New York office. "It becomes part of (a mastering engineer's) reputation," Montrone says. "Suddenly, you become known for your really loud records. Unless you specify that you don't want it to be loud, they just make it loud. It's become the standard now. "And it's infected other steps in the chain," Montrone continues. Mixing engineers often make spec mixes of songs to try and win the bid to mix a particular song or album. "Mixing engineers will turn in spec mixes of tracks that they just slam the heck out of because they think that will get them the gig," Montrone says. "I definitely think it's a contributing factor," Montrone says.


Mark Needham: Client Testimonials - See What Mark's Clients Are Saying

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Angelo Montrone
Director of A&R,


Everything Louder Than Everything Else | scot hacker's foobar blog

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What's unusual is that the vice president of a major label (Angelo Montrone of A&R) recently wrote an embattled plea to an industry newsletter, basically asking engineers to stop the madness.


www.arthurmag.com

The letter was written by Angelo Montrone, a vice president for A&R (the folks who scout and sign music acts) for One Haven Music, a Sony Music company.For those already confused, Montrone was essentially saying that there are millions of copies of CDs being released that are physically exhausting listeners, most of whom probably don't know why their ears and brains are feeling worn out.He continued, citing an album that proved very popular with Austinites."I wasn't able to go to that mastering session for the second one," Montrone says from his New York office."It becomes part of (a mastering engineer's) reputation," Montrone says."Suddenly, you become known for your really loud records.Unless you specify that you don't want it to be loud, they just make it loud.It's become the standard now."And it's infected other steps in the chain," Montrone continues.Mixing engineers often make spec mixes of songs to try and win the bid to mix a particular song or album."Mixing engineers will turn in spec mixes of tracks that they just slam the heck out of because they think that will get them the gig," Montrone says."I definitely think it's a contributing factor," Montrone says.


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