Elvis Rocks Again

May 1, 2002, By Barbara Schultz

Elvis Costello is a mighty resilient artist. Next time you find yourself sweating the small stuff, think about this: The song Costello and his co-producers...

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Choosing a Console

May 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Purchasing a console, especially a big-ticket one, has never been easy. Previously, choosing which console to buy wasn't that difficult: There weren't...

Classic Tracks: Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game"

May 1, 2002, By Maureen Droney

Chris Isaak's fans always knew he'd be a star. Mostly it was that voice: brooding, melancholy, impossibly romantic. Then there was the attitude: hip,...

Mixing In a Pro Tools World

May 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

As a writer who has spent much of the past 20 years interviewing producers and engineers about recording projects, I've been in the thick of the great...

Jerry Gepner

Apr 1, 2002, BY TOM KENNY

To work in, or even understand, today's mobile production environment, you have to know systems. Graphics systems, camera systems, video switching systems,...

Maine's CSP Mobile Productions

Apr 1, 2002, by Paul Verna

When Maine Radio & Television subsidiary CSP Mobile Productions launched its first video truck in 1989, the company was building on a 60-year tradition...

PHILIP GLASS

Apr 1, 2002, By Bryan Reesman

In the world of classical music and the avant-garde, Philip Glass has long been an artistic force to be reckoned with. Many people probably know, or originally...

RICHARD DANIELPOUR'S AN AMERICAN REQUIEM

Apr 1, 2002, By Gary Eskow

In the age of MP3, some may despair about the long-range prospects for high-end audiophile recordings, but their numbers do not include Tam Henderson...

K.C. Porter

Apr 1, 2002, BY GARY ESKOW

There are many roads to success, and K.C. Porter's parents steered him down the road less traveled. His dad was an orchestrator whose credits included...

Neil Dorfsman

Apr 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Just a few minutes into a conversation with Neil Dorfsman and you get the feeling that he'd be a great guy to hang with. A lot of fine musicians have...

Classic Tracks: Wendy Carlos' "March From a Clockwork Orange"

Apr 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

When director Stanley Kubrick made his landmark film 2001: A Space Odyssey in 1968, he not only revolutionized the art of space special effects, laying...

IN THE STUDIO AND ON THE ROAD WITH Blues Traveler

Mar 1, 2002, By David John Farinella

Rules, as they say, are rules. During the recording sessions for Blues Traveler's seventh release, Bridge, engineer Trina Shoemaker was the one making...

TENACIOUS D

Mar 1, 2002, By Gaby Alter

Remember the days before gangster rap when, instead of flowing like Eminem or Biggie, it was every suburban teenage guy's dream to rock? Way back, before...

SUZANNE VEGA

Mar 1, 2002, By David John Farinella

Singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega is best known for her social commentary in the hit bittersweet, poetic lyrics in Marlene on the Wall, and the offbeat FM...

J.J. CALE

Mar 1, 2002, By Chris J. Walker

You may recall the advertising slogan that the late, great film director-turned-pitchman Orson Welles used to solemnly intone We'll sell no wine before...

Kevin Shirley

Mar 1, 2002, BY BRYAN REESMAN

Music has taken Kevin Shirley around the world and to the top of the charts. As a leading producer and mixer for more than a decade, he has worked with...

Classic Tracks: The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"

Mar 1, 2002, by Dan Daley

Recorded in late 1964 and reaching Number One in both the U.S. and UK charts in February 1965, You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' gave the Righteous Brothers...

Brian Gardner

Mar 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Just how long is Brian Gardner's discography? Well, pulling up his allmusic.com page results in a list of over 750 credits. It was hip hop heavy Dr. Dre...

DVD DOES MUSIC

Feb 1, 2002, by Philip De Lancie

When consumer electronics, entertainment and computing interests came together behind DVD more than five years ago, plans included formats for home video,...

Medeski, Martin & Wood

Feb 1, 2002, BY DAVID JOHN FARINELLA

Medeski, Martin & Wood have stood out from the crowd since their debut release, Notes From the Underground, in 1992. The New York City-based jazz/funk...

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