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Michael Graves
Works at Osiris Studio
Attended Georgia State University
Lives in Atlanta, GA.
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Mastering Engineer
  • Osiris Studio
    Mastering Engineer, present
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Atlanta, GA.
New Braunfels, TX. - Evansville, IN. Orlando, FL, Washington, DC
GRAMMY Award winning mastering engineer
Michael Graves is a GRAMMY Award winning mastering engineer and owner of Atlanta-based Osiris Studio specializing in audio restoration, preservation and mastering services serving three key markets:

Commercial - Audio restoration and mastering using the most sophisticated tools and techniques available to help record labels produce the highest quality reissue content.

Archival - Migration, preservation and restoration services with proven experience in helping corporate, non-profit, governmental and educational organizations of all sizes maintain their collections through successfully reformatting and restoring historical audio content.

Forensic - Proven experience in quickly and cost-effectively providing significantly improved and enhanced audio evidence to members of the legal community.

Michael Graves’ audio restoration work on historical recordings has been released by several recording labels. In 2009 Graves received the GRAMMY Award for Best Historical Album for his restoration and mastering work on Dust-to-Digital’s “Art of Field Recording: Volume I : 50 Years of Traditional American Music Documented by Art Rosenbaum”. This and other projects have received favorable reviews and critical acclaim by many major news organizations including: National Public Radio, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rolling Stone, Down Beat and others.

Graves also specializes in helping organizations as diverse as Coca-Cola, the Johnny Mercer Archives at Georgia State University and the National Park Service to digitally restore and preserve their audio archival legacy.

Michael Graves is a member of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC), The International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA), The Audio Engineering Society (AES), Georgia Music Partners (GMP), and is a voting member for the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS). Graves also serves on the Board of Governors for the Atlanta Chapter of NARAS, The Producers and Engineers Wing Committee of the Atlanta Chapter of NARAS, the advisory board of the Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta, GA and is the technical advisor to Music Memory, an organization dedicated to the preservation of large, rare 78 rpm collections.
  • Georgia State University
  • Sieble Institute of Technology
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