John is head of the Epona technical department and has used various digital mastering and restoration software to improve the sound of releases such as “The Edge” and “Love is Losing Ground” by Tom Yates where the original masters have been lost and only old tapes survive.
John is also responsible for encoding master CDs before they go for duplication or replication.
Michael is MD and founder of Epona Records and also has been the sound engineer and producer for various releases on the label.
The latest addition to the Epona staff is Trupti Lyndon whose first job for us was the artwork for Martin Stimson’s “Of Rivers and Ribbons”.
Trupti is based in London and she specialises in graphic design, illustration and animation.
Contact: 07516334943 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline Churchill has been working freelance for Epona since our very first release, the first Corvus album gloves of the skin of a fish EPO001, which she mixed and produced.
Caro is a Manchester based artist, engineer and facilitator in sound
who has added sound effects and other creative tweaking as well as
mixed, mastered, encoded and carried out digital transfers on a
number of Epona releases.
She can be contacted via the Epona site or see her website at www.carocsound.com for a fuller appreciation of her not inconsiderable talents.