From Stadium to Studio, East or West

Jul 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Remote Recording, Skywalker Sound and The Hit Factory have embarked on a marketing alliance in which the mobile recording facility will use The Hit Factory...

Down in the Delta

Jul 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

Memphis is a town of contradictions, a seemingly illogical place where nothing seems to happen and a lot of things are happening at once. More than a...

How Did They Get the Car In There?

Jul 1, 2004, By David Weiss

They say parking is hard to find in New York City, but this is ridiculous. Many visitors to Avatar Studios' Studio A on April 13, 2004, were probably...

XLOGIC DEMOED AT CONWAY RECORDING

Jun 1, 2004

More than 100 people made their way to Hollywood's Conway Recording to see a live demo of the new SSL XLogic SuperAnalogue rack gear; XLogic dealer GC...

Life Is Peachy

Jun 1, 2004, By Strother Bullins

On a deceptively quiet street located in a pleasant neighborhood near downtown Atlanta, Butch Walker is staying ultrabusy at being loud. The suddenly...

Livinghead Audio Celebrates 15 Years

Jun 1, 2004

Go back and hit the second chorus again, Jeff. That felt rushed to me, David Nichols said into the talkback mic atop his Focusrite/Digidesign Control...

L.A. Grapevine

Jun 1, 2004, by Maureen Droney

How's this for a great gig? You get to work with top L.A. session cats recording trs cool hit tunes from the '60s with some of today's top artists on...

Nashville Skyline

Jun 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

One of Nashville's most unusual studio complexes is situated south of town at 2465 Old Charlotte Pike on the way to Franklin or Leiper's Fork. With its...

New York Metro

Jun 1, 2004, By David Weiss

Are you capable of fighting a heated battle for survival with a smile on your face? If so, then the audio post industry for commercials, TV shows, film...

Melting Crayons to Make Records

May 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Since the age of 10, Shawn Borri has tried to duplicate the wax recording techniques used by the North American Phonograph Co. founded by Thomas Alva Edison in 1888, beginning with melting crayons around a roll of toilet paper....

L.A. Grapevine

May 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

b>Record business bloodletting continues, and with it the collateral damage to the recording industry. But as you've probably noticed, rising from the ashes is a lot of pretty interesting stuff....

The Changing Face of Record Production

May 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

By definition, a music producer is responsible for getting the job done. Ensuring that happens is a process that can encompass anything from creating a proper vibe to complete track construction and everything in between: managing the budget, choosing songs and musicians,...

Nashville Skyline

May 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

Since I first heard about producer/engineer Roger Moutenot several years ago, his name has regularly popped up in conversations about a variety of interesting projects that are not the usual mainstream Nashville fare....

New York Metro

May 1, 2004, By David Weiss

Street-level producers, engineers and musicians are buzzed about the next wave of production techniques, and a lot of them are wondering where big recording studios fit in....

Jim Chapdelaine

Apr 1, 2004, By Gary Eskow

Making a living in the music industry today is a) easy! b) easy, but only if you know Paris Hilton, c) tougher than ever, or d) forget it....

L.A. Grapevine

Apr 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

For some time, I've been suggesting (yet an other!) designated Grammy Award category: Best Cartage of the Year. With the proliferation of home studios and the decimation of recording budgets, the challenges of the business have grown exponentially....

Nashville Skyline

Apr 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

A recent club gathering that radiated that special sense of community was the memorial benefit for Jack Emerson, held at the Mercy Lounge. Appearing that night was a who's who of Nashville rock, alt-country and rootsy singer-songwriters who had been touched by Emerson's passion for great music and business integrity, including Steve Earle, John Hiatt, Sonny Landreth, Jason Ringenberg (of Jason & The Scorchers), Webb Wilder, Billy Joe Shaver and many others....

New York Metro

Apr 1, 2004, By David Weiss

Serious musicians make seriously great music, but do they also make seriously great studio owners? There's nothing surprising about players setting up their own space to record, but it gets interesting when they become as devoted to their facility as they are to their instrument....

SETTING UP: AT THE SOUND SHOP

Mar 1, 2004, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Sound Shop Studio (Nashville) recently held a tracking session for artist Robbie Cheuvront (Sony Records,...

L.A. Grapevine

Mar 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

b>Things are jumping at Hollywood's Mastersuite. Only officially open a year-and-a-half, the company is celebrating 2004 Grammy nominations for three of its mastering projects:...

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