The Engineer and the Vocalist

Aug 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

So what's the big deal? With automatic tuning devices, nondestructive digital editing, multitracking and effects, why worry about the vocal sound?...

Steely Dan 'Everything Must Go'

Aug 1, 2003, by George Petersen

It seems like only yesterday that we gazed through the glass at Two Against Nature, the landmark comeback album for Steely Dan....

Evanescence

Aug 1, 2003, By Bryan Reeseman

When Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody calls Mix from the road, his band is setting up at a Milwaukee venue called The Rave....

The Roots

Aug 1, 2003, By Chris J. Walker

As one of the few actual performing groups in hip hop, The Roots have been enormously influential and successful during their 12 years on the scene....

Classic Tracks: Patsy Cline's "Crazy"

Aug 1, 2003, By Barbara Schultz

No one could touch her. Her voice was one of the most ravishing instruments ever recorded....

Wyclef Jean

Aug 1, 2003, By Sarah Benzuly

“Producers are really…you just know that you're created to produce.” Subconsciously, Wyclef Jean knew from a very early age that music would play a very large role in his life....

Justin Niebank

Jul 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

It wasn't easy to catch up with Justin Niebank. A Nashville-based producer/engineer with a penchant for roots music, Niebank was in the middle of three projects the week I first tried to reach him: mixing for Brad Paisley, cutting vocals with Rebecca Lynn Howard and recording a Keith Urban single....

Fleetwood Mac Is Back!

Jul 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

"Things are good," Lindsey Buckingham says cheerily on the eve of Fleetwood Mac's cross-country tour. "We've got a nice fresh set going and a fresh album that we all like. The band sounds really good. I've got two great kids [both under 5]. It's really a nice time for me......

Classic Tracks: Arlo Guthrie's "City of New Orleans"

Jul 1, 2003, By Dan Daley

Sometimes, a so-called "career record" can affect more than one career. When Arlo Guthrie's cover of the late Steve Goodman's paean to America's fading railroads, "City of New Orleans," came out as the single from Guthrie's Hobo's Lullaby LP in 1972, it gave the folk-singing son of America's own hobo poet laureate, Woody Guthrie, his first bona fide chart hit....

Richard Dodd

Jul 1, 2003, BY RICK CLARK

The career of engineer, producer and mixer Richard Dodd has taken many interesting twists and turns over the past three decades....

Producer Mark Hudson

Jul 1, 2003, By Matt Hurwitz

Former Beatle Ringo Starr calls it, simply, The Cupboard. It's a shrine to The Beatles in more ways than one: a tiny wooden office over a Thai restaurant in West Los Angeles, up whose rickety wooden back stairs have climbed some of the biggest names in modern music to drop in, laugh and make dynamite records....

Stanley Clarke Fits in a Solo Career

Jul 1, 2003, By Chris J. Walker

Though jazz and fusion superbassist Stanley Clarke has been ubiquitous on the music scene for decades now, playing a strong, supportive role with a wide variety of disparate artists, it has been a decade since he put out an album of his own music....

Rosanne Cash Hits New Heights

Jun 1, 2003, By Elianne Halbersberg

Like the beginning of a classic Dickens novel, the past few years have been the best of times and the worst of times for Rosanne Cash....

Dualtone: Small and Proud

May 1, 2003, BY BARBARA SCHULTZ

Scott Robinson and Dan Herrington - partners in the two-year-old, Nashville-based Dualtone label - have earned their badges and wear them proudly....

Maintenance and the Music Business

May 1, 2003, BY EDDIE CILETTI

Mix readers know me as a career tech. I'm the geek who chats with electrons. The job chose me a long time ago, and though I fought it for a while, being an engineer with tech chops opened some doors and became a stepping stone into production....

Working Smart

May 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Anybody who's spent time in a studio lately has observed what happens when inexperienced producers collide with the endless choices offered by digital recording....

The Police's ''Every Breath You Take''

Apr 1, 2003, By Robyn Flans

Police drummer Stewart Copeland still can't listen to Synchronicity without thinking of the last tough days he spent recording with The Police. The band had burst onto the scene with its unique sound - punk/new wave energy infused with ska and reggae - on Outlandos d'Amour in 1978, but as the band's popularity grew, a power struggle within the trio ensued....

Porcupine Tree

Apr 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

It is rare these days that a band hits the mainstream combining the power to rock ferociously with an intellectual, arty vision. Yet, for more than a...

Counting Crows

Apr 1, 2003, By Gaby Alter

It's been 10 years since the Counting Crows' first single Mr. Jones hooked listeners with its Van Morrison-esque opening, and introduced the world to...

45TH Annual Grammy Awards

Apr 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was something for almost everybody on the marathon 45th Annual Grammy Awards telecast, held February 23 at New York City's Madison Square Garden....

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