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:...

Nashville Skyline

Feb 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

b>While many people are content to simply label Nashville a country music town, one thing I like about it is the depth of the artistic community and how the range of expression in the area is so rich....

L.A. Grapevine

Feb 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

In these troubled studio times, Sound City, in the Van Nuys area of the San Fernando Valley, remains one of the busiest studios in town....


Feb 1, 2004, by David Weiss

Is your current universe lacking zip? Could your energy level be boosted with safe transport to an alternate dimension — to the sound of an enveloping rock/electronica soundtrack?...

Hitmaking Studio Gets Into Label Biz

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Avatar Recording Studio's Harvey J. Rosen (president, COO) and Kirk Imamura (chairman, CEO) have formed 441 Records Corporation ( within the studio's 441 West 53rd St., New York complex.


Henninger Media Services Opens Digital Suites

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Combining the equipment and talent of the former 1150 Post and Henninger Capital locations, Henninger Media Services' (Arlington, Va.) new digital suites are now available for bookings....

Trutone Hosts Shmoozefest

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

For the October grand opening of Trutone's new mastering facility in midtown Manhattan (the studio spent 25 years in New Jersey and has moved into the former premises of Record Plant Studios), the studio hosted the NYC Music &...

New York Metro

Jan 1, 2004, By David Weiss

If getting your picture in People magazine is a huge priority, then making music for TV probably isn't for you. On the other hand, if getting paid for your chops and having your sounds heard by millions on a daily basis is appealing, recording for the small screen may be your thing....

L.A. Grapevine

Jan 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

The DVD-Audio bandwagon is finally starting to roll. Inexpensive DVD surround sound systems are in the stores, automotive manufacturers are installing them in cars and labels — both major and indie —...

Built by Musicians, For Musicians

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Just imagine: guitar players slinging Sheetrock; mandolin players gripping onto belt sanders; and singers, pianists, bassists and percussionists hammering...

Nashville Skyline

Jan 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

I recently got a call from Jim Jordan, who manages Starstruck Studios, Reba McEntire and Narvel Blackstock's entertainment industry compound that offers world-class recording and broadcasting services....

Nashville Skyline

Dec 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

Way back in the early '80s, there was a brief stretch when I was brought onboard to play keyboards for an Atco Records pop band called the Wilson Brothers,...

New York Metro

Dec 1, 2003, By David Weiss

Whether listeners were excited, annoyed, intrigued or bored by The Strokes when they arrived in 2001, they had to admit at least one thing: The New York...

L.A. Grapevine

Dec 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

Upstairs from Hollywood's Cello Studios, I found new-guy-on-the-block Ted Greenberg, fresh off his TEC Awards win (Remote Production/Recording or Broadcast)...

L.A. Grapevine

Nov 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

Hollywood's popular recording and rehearsal facility Swing House ( celebrated its latest venture —...

New York Metro

Nov 1, 2003, By David Weiss

Just as it is for life in general, when it comes to music, New York City is one big university. It's hard to not get schooled in something here on a daily basis, whether the topic is human nature or patch bays....

Business Chops Gets a Rocket Start

Nov 1, 2003, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

On September 15, at Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City, Calif., nearly 100 top record producers, engineers and music business owners attended the first Business Chops for the Independent series....

Bill Putnam

Nov 1, 2003, By Jim Cogan

Like a lot of American cities at the dawn of the 1950s, Chicago was ready to swing. A young entrepreneur named Hugh Hefner thrust his ambition upon the marketplace with a new magazine called Playboy....

Nashville Skyline

Nov 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

While I was over at Kyle Lehning's The Compound studio recently, I discovered that they had used Gary Hedden to fine-tune certain aspects of their studio....

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