David Chesky

Feb 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

David Chesky does it all. Since 1986, he's run his own audiophile record label, Chesky Records, which has released dozens of albums in a multitude of...

Randy Thom

Jan 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

A lot of people ask Randy Thom for advice about creating sound for film. That's not really surprising. Although the nine-time Academy Award nominated...

Duran Duran

Dec 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

I confess: I am a former jazz shoe wearing, button-collecting Durannie. From age 12 until my sophomore year of high school, I scoured my local mall record...

Alan Parsons

Dec 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

Over the course of a career that spans more than three decades, Alan Parsons has been a successful engineer, producer and recording artist a true triple-threat....

The Neville Brothers

Dec 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

It's been five years since New Orleans' Neville Brothers recorded an album in the studio. During that time, they've toured plenty, as they always have,...

Rodney Jerkins

Dec 1, 2004, By Elianne Halbersberg

At 27, Rodney Jerkins has a list of credits as a producer, musician and songwriter that could make an industry veteran's head spin. He has been unleashing...

SF Soundworks

Nov 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

It seems like dot.com wnderkind Tony Espinoza came out of nowhere last year to launch SF Soundworks; at least, nowhere in the recording industry, anyway....

The '80s

Nov 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

THE HEART OF ROCK 'N' ROLL'S STILL BEATING What many consider the golden age of recording gradually dimmed in the decade of excess 10 years marked by...

Beyond 2000

Nov 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

CALLING ALL ANGELS San Francisco's motley music community doesn't have a genre-specific scene like Seattle, Nashville or Minneapolis; however, the city...

George Lucas

Nov 1, 2004, By Larry Blake

Never before or since has there been such a concentrated group of influential filmmakers as there was in San Francisco during the late 1960s. The founding...

Moeller "Transports" Midas to Home Studio

Nov 1, 2004

Jens Moeller, MI and concert sound sales rep for ASCON Trading (the Danish distributor for Electro-Voice, Dynacord, Midas and Klark Teknik), can practice...

Ryan Greene

Nov 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

Ryan Greene doesn't produce punk rock. It's just pop music played twice as fast, he says with a grin, referring to bands such as NOFX, Lagwagon, No Use...

Out of the Ashes, Into the '60s

Nov 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

One of many interesting footnotes about the great earthquake and fire that leveled much of San Francisco in 1906 is that the great Italian tenor, Enrico...

The '70s

Nov 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

ONE TOKE OVER THE LINE At the dawn of the '70s, three years down the line from the Summer of Love, the Bay Area music scene was strong and diverse. The...

The '90s

Nov 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

WHAT A WICKED GAME WE PLAY And thenthe '90s came, Studio D co-owner Joel Jaffe says with a sigh. Like many other recording industry vets, when probed...

Classic Tracks: Ray Charles' "What'd I Say"

Oct 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

With a career spanning more than five decades and scads of hits in multiple genres, choosing a single Classic Tracks from Ray Charles is a tall order...

Richard Marx

Sep 1, 2004, By Gary Eskow

Richard Marx recently copped a Song of the Year Grammy for Dance With My Father, a song he co-wrote with Luther Vandross. But if, in your mind, that signals...

Malcolm Burn

Aug 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

For many years, Ontario-born Malcolm Burn has been joined at the hip (so to speak) with fellow Canadian producer/musician Daniel Lanois. He played on,...

Classic Tracks: The Mamas & The Papas' "California Dreamin'"

Jul 1, 2004, By Dan Daley

Dayton Howe instinctively downplays his role in the creation of one of pop music's most memorable tracks. I was just the engineer, he says. He was also...

Peter Gabriel

Jun 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

Much has been written about Peter Gabriel during the years: A founding member and theatrical front man for the progressive art-rock group Genesis from...

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