Sunset Sound and Sound Factory

Oct 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

Precious few studios in L.A. (or anywhere else, for that matter) can boast that they've been around 40 years and are under the same family ownership....

Larrabee Studios

Oct 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Larrabee Studios started out, literally, as a mom and pop business when, back in 1969, music producer Jackie Mills and his wife, Dolores, purchased a...

 Survival of the Fittest

Oct 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Never an industry for the faint-hearted, music recording has been the recipient of multiple whammies lately, such as general record company dysfunction,...

L.A. GRAPEVINE

Oct 1, 2002, by Maureen Droney

International recipe for success: With positive energy in the music business in short supply lately, it was a treat to hang out with the super-hot writing/production...

We Don't Need No Steenking Ethics!

Oct 1, 2002, BY PAUL D. LEHRMAN

One of the things I like the most about the pro audio business is that almost everybody I know is in it because they want to be in it. No one gets into...

GOLD STAR STUDIOS REBORNONLINE

Oct 1, 2002, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

FOUNDERS LAUNCH INTERACTIVE WEBSITE Fifty years ago, Gold Star Studios was the place to be an independent, rock 'n' roll studio in a sea of label-owned...

Le Mobile

Oct 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

Guy Charbonneau has long been one of the audio industry's most colorful characters. There's the matter of the heavy French accent (he's French-Canadian),...

NEW YORK METRO

Sep 1, 2002, by Paul Verna

With the economy in dire straits, the music business in disarray and the studio industry eroded by high-quality home recording, who would possibly want...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Sep 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

Last month, while I was knocking around Berry Hill's recording scene, I was visiting with a producer friend when a guy bopped in to tell my friend about...

THE TRANSFER HOUSE

Sep 1, 2002, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

FOR ALL YOUR FILE-INTERCHANGE NEEDS Design FX, an L.A.-based rental, systems and remote-recording company, has opened The Transfer House, a full-service...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Aug 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

Berry Hill is an incorporated community in the heart of Nashville and Davidson County that is probably no more than a square mile in size. Besides having...

NEW YORK METRO

Aug 1, 2002, by Paul Verna

SENDING OUT AN S.O.S. After a slow spell from turmoil and consolidation in the record business, a soft economy and the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist...

L.A. GRAPEVINE

Aug 1, 2002, by Maureen Droney

Burbank-based Ocean Studios' staff is part of an elite group the intrepid adventurers who've faced the challenge of restoring and enlarging a classic...

SUNSET SOUND CELEBRATES 40 YEARS

Jul 1, 2002

This month, Sunset Sound and Sunset Sound Factory will celebrate a shared birthday cake: 60 years of creating hits. (Sunset is 40 years young this year,...

THREE-RING CIRCUS

Jul 1, 2002

Business has been good for studios that focus on indie labels. Case point in, producer/engineer Stevo Bruno, owner/operator of the multimedia, 10-room...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Jul 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

Recently, while I was at Belmont University catching up with David Herrera, he handed me a CD of Latin American music and told me that it was the first...

NEW YORK METRO

Jul 1, 2002, by Paul Verna

LIVE FROM NEW YORK On TV, it comes across as a seamless comedy show that opens with the familiar line, Live from New York, it's Saturday Night! But behind...

Abbey Road at 70

Jul 1, 2002, BY BLAIR JACKSON

It will probably always be known as The Beatles' studio. Nearly every recording session in the group's storied career took place in the large, 19th-century...

L.A. GRAPEVINE

Jul 1, 2002, by Maureen Droney

Supervising music mixer/engineer Joseph Magee has had his hands full for the past few months, riding herd on the soundtrack to The Country Bears, Disney's...

Like a Broken Record

Jun 1, 2002, BY PAUL D. LEHRMAN

Remember the saying, "You sound like a broken record"? It's origin, of course, is from the (first) days of vinyl. Today, of course, that would be considered an artistic choice, but in the days when the preferred mode of music playback was strictly linear, it was highly annoying....

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