David Paich's ATS

Jul 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

You grow up in Los Angeles the son of a widely respected jazz piano player and successful arranger, start grabbing for the keyboard before you're even...

Mix Interview: Mick Guzauski

Jun 1, 2006, By Kevin Becka

In the past 30 years, the fabric of radio play and record sales has been woven with hits from Mariah Carey, Eric Clapton, Josh Groban, Britney Spears,...

Dario Marianelli

Jun 1, 2006, By Bryan Reesman

What do feudal India, pre-Victorian England and modern-day Rwanda have in common? They have all inspired the eclectic soundtrack work of composer Dario...

Classic Tracks: Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell"

Jun 1, 2006, By Bryan Reesman

The title track to Billy Idol's second album, Rebel Yell, is one of the 1980s' most durable rock anthems, a fist-pumping ode to doing the nasty that transformed...

On the Move: Ed Zeier

Jun 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Who: Ed Zeier, managing director at POP Sound Main responsibilities: overseeing day-to-day operations and casting the strategic direction of the company...

Steve Miller's "Swingtown"

May 1, 2006, By Blair Jackson

By the time Steve Miller's career exploded into mega-stardom in 1976 with his (still amazing) Fly Like an Eagle album, he'd been making records for 10...

Gina Fant-Saez

May 1, 2006, By Michael Barbiero

Gina Fant-Saez has taught me much about the wonders of Pro Tools, so I know first-hand that imagination is what drives her throughout her career. I first...

Nathan East

May 1, 2006, By Bud Scoppa

Nathan East gazes out the window of his personal studio on the 22nd floor of the Universal Tower, a slate-gray monolith that dominates the landscape where...

Jose "Chilitos" Valenzuela

May 1, 2006, By Sarah Jones

People ask me, So what do you do? says Jos Valenzuela. I say, How much time do you have? To call Valenzuela a multitasker would be an understatement:...

Composer Harry Gregson Williams

Apr 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

Growing up just south of London, Harry Gregson Williams spent hours every school day performing works by the English choral masters as a member of a refined...

The Voice of God in High Def

Apr 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

For the King of the Movie Trailers and owner of The Voice of God studio, it makes perfect sense to have a facility of the highest quality. And when that...

Los Lobos' Steve Berlin

Apr 1, 2006, By Blair Jackson

Steve Berlin is a lucky man. He plays reeds and keyboards in one of the greatest bands of all time, Los Lobos. Yep, he's the soulful white boy in the...

Steve Epstein

Mar 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

Steve Epstein has snared 13 Grammy Awards in a 30-plus-year career that has brought him into professional contact with many of the greatest musicians...

Narada Michael Walden

Feb 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

I caught up with producer/drummer/songwriter Narada Michael Walden days after a holiday party put on by the Recording Academy's San Francisco Chapter....

Classic Tracks: Peter Frampton's "Show Me the Way"

Jan 1, 2006, By Blair Jackson

As this issue of Mix has a focus on live recording, we thought it would be appropriate to finally tackle a track from the best-selling live rock album...

Classic Tracks: Pat Benetar's "Love Is a Battlefield"

Dec 1, 2005, By Robyn Flans

It's fortunate that most creative people are extremely confident in their visions and fight for their beliefs. Many hits would not see the light of day...

Solo Eno

Dec 1, 2005, By Paul Tingen

Brian Eno once described the tape recorder as his first instrument, and has often cited minimalist composer Steve Reich's cut-and-paste tape piece, It's...

George Clinton

Dec 1, 2005, By Chris J. Walker

For most music aficionados, the word translates into hip-swaying, booty-shaking rhythms. However, for George Clinton creator, producer and impresario...

Joe Henry

Dec 1, 2005, By David John Farinella

Proving that if it isn't broke, don't fix it, producer Joe Henry has just completed a string of seven-day recording sessions for artists as varied as...

Classic Tracks: Luther Vandross' "Here and Now"

Nov 1, 2005, By Gary Eskow

When Luther Vandross succumbed several months ago to the effects of a stroke that he suffered in 2003, the world lost a great singer and a top-tier tunesmith....

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