New Pope, New Studio

Jun 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Rome recently had its fair share of news, what with the appointment of a new Pope and the launch of a new recording studio. Synchronia Studio (www.synchronia.it),...

Chris Rowe Joins Masterfonics

Jun 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Mastering engineer Chris Rowe has joined Masterfonics Mastering (Nashville), working alongside engineer Benny Quinn. Rowe began his career at Masterfonics...

Tape Is Not Dead

Jun 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Michael Spitz of ATR Services has launched a new high-end analog tape manufacturing company, ATR Magnetics. Worldwide distribution of its flagship high-output...

Quality in the Age of Good Enough

May 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

I It was the late, great Nashville engineer Denny Purcell who, in a moment of frustration and resignation, opined about the audio industry, We live in...

Rikki Don't Lose That Number

May 1, 2005, By Ron Franklin

Consider our collective audio heritage those uncounted hours of recordings on tape, acetate and disc we've accumulated as a species since Valdemar Poulsen...

Barbershop Studios

May 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

For years, Barbershop Studios' (www.thebarbershopstudios.com) CEO Scott Barber had envisioned owning a studio on a lake. President Mark Salamone always...

Preserving the Art of Audio Engineering

May 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

Those who embark on a career in the craft of engineering tend to be passionate individuals. They generally devote themselves to long years of learning,...

L.A. Grapevine

May 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

More changes among L.A.'s major studios: Larrabee owner Kevin Mills has sold his two-room Neve facility, Larrabee East, to a group of investors that include...

Nashville Skyline

May 1, 2005, By Rick Clark

I was knocking around Berry Hill and dropped in at Fred Vail's classic Music City studio, Treasure Isle (www.treasureislenashville.com) and discovered...

New York Metro

May 1, 2005, By David Weiss

Shocking news isn't always that much of a surprise. Case in point is the February closing of New York City's legendary Hit Factory, which toward the end...

The New Model of Manufacturing

May 1, 2005, By Mel Lambert

At one time, quality was tied in with price: The pro/high end paid high prices simply because the hardware was expensive to build and, by even the most...

Getting the Lead Out

May 1, 2005, By Oliver Masciarotte

This month, I'm finally closing the book on my Pedant in a Big Box IT glossary series, and all I can say is, man, did this project balloon! What started...

Historic Muscle Shoals Studios Closes Its Doors

Apr 1, 2005, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Less than three weeks after Hit Factory announced it was closing its New York studio, another world-class facility steeped in recording history has closed....

Nashville Skyline

Apr 1, 2005, By Rick Clark

There's always something cooking over at Alex the Great, the recording digs of producers Robin Eaton and Brad Jones. It's a cool, vibey compound that...

New York Metro

Apr 1, 2005, By David Weiss

Imagine there's no heaven. It's easyif you try. What's not quite as easy at first is wrapping your head around the innovations of the Manhattan Producer's...

L.A. Grapevine

Apr 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

The abrupt closure of Hollywood's Cello Studios (www.cellostudios.com) at the end of January sent its loyal clients including producers Rick Rubin, Patrick...

META Announced at CES

Mar 1, 2005, By Mel Lambert

META is a new group of well-known audio industry pros whose declared mission is to ensure the implementation of optimum standards and practices for the...

Artist Development 2005

Mar 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

Way back from the 1950s through the '70s it was common for record labels to operate their own recording facilities. Detroit's Motown, CBS San Francisco,...

New York Metro

Mar 1, 2005, By David Weiss

Keeping track of New York City's quality live rooms is easier than it used to be. Not because of the amazing search power of the Internet, but because...

Delta Recording Service

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

They say that Delta blues was born in Clarksdale, Miss., a town where all of the original conditions that created the blues still exist, unmovable, according...

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