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As the first digital mastering facility in New England, Northeastern Digital has always been a technological leader in the industry. Featuring a famous and diverse clientele, we have enjoyed a distinguished reputation for excellence and customer satisfaction. 

When you first walk into our offices, you will immediately notice a clean, natural environment with a warm and friendly atmosphere. This is a place where you can work effectively.

Our approach has always been to focus on our clients' wishes and needs.

Northeastern Digital Office

Since mastering is an artistic endeavor, understanding the client's individual and personal goals is tantamount to the project's success.


We encourage all of our clients to be present at the mastering session. We strive to get the sound that the client wants. Ultimately, we measure our success not by Gold records or Grammy nominations, but by our high rate of repeat customers.

Toby Mountain in studio

Toby Mountain

In 1985, Dr. Toby Mountain founded Northeastern Digital Recording, Inc., the first digital mastering facility in New England. Toby's mastering credits include a wide variety of artists such as The Beach Boys, Boston, David Bowie, Frank Zappa, Richard Thompson, Morphine, Joan Jett, Jimmy Sturr, Jay Geils, Arlo Guthrie, and Alison Krauss. He has earned several gold and platinum albums and dozens of Grammy awards and nominations. He is also a member of the Audio Engineering Society, and has published many articles in professional audio journals including "Mix" and "Electronic Musician."

Toby is also very active in music education. As a former member of the University of Connecticut music department, he now teaches and lectures half time at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. He frequently gives guest lectures on Music and Digital Media at various colleges and secondary schools around the country.

Toby has music degrees from Princeton University (BA, 1972) and the University of California at Berkeley (MA, 1978 PhD, 1981). He also spent several years working at the Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) and the MIT Experimental Music Studio, two facilities which have pioneered research in computer music.

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