Reelsound Recent Concert Recordings

Nov 4, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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The English group "Floetry" and Dreamworks Records called on Reelsound's (Buda, Texas) mobile audio studio to record their concert at the House of Blues in New Orleans, which will result in a DVD, CD and new video single from the group. Engineering audio was Malcolm Harper, assisted by Greg Klinginsmith and Gene Krieger, while Dreamworks’ Frances Pennington and director Jim Gabour of Moving Pictures in New Orleans were on hand.

Pictured: Floetry (Marsha Ambrosius, left, and Natalie Stewart, right) in Reelsound mobile with owner/engineer Malcolm Harper

The truck was back in Texas for a live broadcast and recording of Kenny Loggins at the 4th of July Freedom Festival in downtown Houston. Harper mixed the live show and was assisted by Klinginsmith and Will Harris.

Dick Clark Productions used the Reelsound mobile audio truck for the 2003 American County Music Awards Show segment of the Dixie Chicks broadcast from their Austin, Texas, concert. Jay Vicari and Fred Remmert with producer Lloyd Maines mixed the song "Godspeed" for their uplink to the award show. The Reelsound crew assisting was Harper, Krieger, Gerard Bustos, Gordon Garrison, Bob Corneilus and Carl Harper.

Pictured: Tim O'Heir (left) and Malcolm Harper

Speedwayfilms and DreamWorks Records called on Reelsound to record the All American Rejects for a new DVD release. The show was recorded at the historic Brady Theater in Tulsa, Okla., and directed by Atom Rothlein. The band’s producer Tim O'Heir and Harper engineered the recording to 48 tracks of RADAR recorders, and were assisted by Kliningsmith, Krieger and Harris.

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