New York Metro

Mar 1, 2003, by Paul Verna

Residents of Brooklyn's Williamsburg section recall a time, not long ago, when their streets were canyons of bleakness: Abandoned factories harbored the...

DibS on EngineRoom Audio

Mar 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Mixer/tracking engineer David Shackney has opened the doors to DibS Reaction, an independent Pro Tools-based mixing suite inside New York City-based EngineRoom...

The Village, Studio D

Mar 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

The Village has always had a great West L.A. location and a great history; these days it also has a great buzz going. Celebrating 35 years in business,...

New York Metro

Feb 1, 2003, by Paul Verna

After 38 years of fighting the good fight on the side of the dwindling army of analog diehards, Walter Sear was ready to throw in the towel. He felt defeated...

L.A. Grapevine

Feb 1, 2003, by Maureen Droney

The Blade Runner scenario for downtown L.A. hasn't materialized at least not yet. But some of that gritty, multicultural vibe is in evidence, especially...

The Hit Factory, Studio 6

Feb 1, 2003, by Paul Verna

On the afternoon of July 24, 2002, as he prepared to throw a party to celebrate the opening of Studios 6 and 7, Hit Factory CEO Troy Germano beamed with...

Nashville Skyline

Feb 1, 2003, by Rick Clark

Last month, I highlighted the Lyric Street label's successful run of hit releases that were produced by new or unproven producers. Well, that isn't the...

We are the Mothers...and This Is What We Sound Like!

Jan 1, 2003, By Chris Michie

Frank Zappa has been justly celebrated as a composer, guitarist, bandleader, social and political commentator, scourge of the religious right and free-speech activist. Less commonly noted is that Zappa was an early adopter of almost every significant new recording technology since the dawn of multitrack, and often used those technologies and devices in entirely original ways.....

Nashville Skyline

Jan 1, 2003, by Rick Clark

During the past year, it's become clear that certain major labels on Music Row are taking more of a chance on new production talent, and many of the resulting...

War Stories

Jan 1, 2003, BY PAUL D. LEHRMAN

One of the best parts of moderating Mix Forums online (www.mixforums.com) is that I get to read and, most of the time, approve all of the messages submitted...

It Could Happen

Jan 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

After 900 hours of studying, Arizona's Conservatory of Recording Arts and Science students John Haley's and Phil Nichols' graduation required an internship...

L.A. Grapevine

Jan 1, 2003, by Maureen Droney

ARTISTdirect Records, spawned as a cutting-edge Internet company, has morphed into an ambitious and innovative bricks-and-mortar business, as well. Some...

New York Metro

Jan 1, 2003, by Paul Verna

Tommy Uzzo is the first to admit that times have been hard for recording studios. As the principal owner of Mirror Image Recorders a four-room complex...

NEW YORK METRO

Dec 1, 2002, by Paul Verna

The New York mastering community, which has been quiet following the major reshuffling that occurred in the late '90s, is again showing signs of movement....

Andy East

Dec 1, 2002, BY DAN DALEY

Mark Twain may have been right about England and America as quite similar cultures separated by a common language. Although an increasingly global music...

ENGINEER ANDY TAUB OPENS NEW STUDIO

Dec 1, 2002, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Designed by the Walters-Storyk Design Group, lead engineer Randy Taub's new 4,500-square-foot Brooklyn Recording Studio complex in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill...

ONE-STOP MIX SHOP

Nov 1, 2002, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

A collaborative effort between veteran mixer Bob Rosa and new mixing talent Andy Zulla has resulted in a one-stop, record-fix-and-mix production facility:...

L.A. Grapevine

Nov 1, 2002, by Maureen Droney

The street construction that has plagued the Hollywood stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard for several years is finally complete. Much to the relief of...

WELCOME TO SOULSVILLE, U.S.A.

Nov 1, 2002, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Just over three years ago, the roughly four-acre site on which the Stax Museum of American Soul Music and the Stax Academy now stand was covered with...

High Tide at Ocean Way

Oct 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

In 1974, remembers Allen Sides, I leased a garage on Ocean Way in Santa Monica Canyon, essentially as a hi-fi demo room to show off the tri-amplified...

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