Stevie J

Nov 1, 2002, BY CHRIS J. WALKER

Ten years ago, Stevie J was a teenager living in Buffalo, N.Y., with dreams of being in the music business. In terms of raw talent, he had more than the...

David Sylvian

Nov 1, 2002, by Chris J. Walker

An interview with David Sylvian and engineer Dave Kent about recording David Sylvian's new records, Damage and Camphor. Recording and mixing techniques and equipment used during studio production....

Chris Fogel

Oct 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

In our sometimes over-inflated, over-hyped technological world, where audio addicts frenzy over the latest, the greatest, the oldest and the coolest,...

Gus Dudgeon, 1942-2002

Oct 1, 2002, BY RICK CLARK

On July 21, 2002, the music world lost one of its finest production talents when Gus Dudgeon and his wife Sheila died in a road accident in England. Best...

Howard Schwartz

Oct 1, 2002, By Gary Eskow

The year was 1975. Communist forces capture Saigon, ending the Vietnam War. Jaws, The Godfather Part II, The Towering Inferno. Carlton "Pudge" Fisk's home run delays the inevitable: Reds win World Series in seven. "The Hustle", "At Seventeen", "Lyin' Eyes". Those days seem so far away. So much has changed. But there are constants, and Howard Schwartz is one of them....

Geoff Emerick

Oct 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

The most revered pop music of all time is, indisputably, that made by The Beatles. Almost 40 years after they were recorded, their words and melodies...

High Tide at Ocean Way

Oct 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

In 1974, remembers Allen Sides, I leased a garage on Ocean Way in Santa Monica Canyon, essentially as a hi-fi demo room to show off the tri-amplified...

E and the Eels

Sep 1, 2002, By Chris J. Walker

An interview with Eels frontman Everett, co-producer John Paris and engineer Ryan Boesch about recording the new E and the Eels' record, Souljacker. Recording and mixing techniques and equipment used during studio production....

The Last Waltz

Sep 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson & Chris Michie

Acclaimed by many as the greatest rock concert film ever made, The Last Waltz director Martin Scorsese's riveting depiction of the Thanksgiving 1976 farewell...

Dennis Sands

Sep 1, 2002, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Dennis Sands loves his work, and it shows. A three-time Oscar nominee for Best Sound (Cast Away, Contact and Forrest Gump), a TEC Award nominee and a...

Location RecordingReal Time

Sep 1, 2002, BY BLAIR JACKSON

They are the workhorses of the film sound world, enduring endless days toiling in often hostile environments, arriving on the set before shooting begins...

Mike Minkler

Sep 1, 2002, BY TOM KENNY

He is arguably the finest film sound mixer of his generation, with a credit list that stretches across five pages on www.imdb.com and runs the gamut from...

Anglique Kidjo

Sep 1, 2002, By Chris J. Walker

An interview with the producers, engineers and Angelique Kidjo about recording her new album, Black Ivory Soul. Recording and mixing techniques and equipment used during studio production for this world music release....

RUSH: CREATING VAPOR TRAILS

Sep 1, 2002, By Bryan Reesman

When Canadian progressive rock legends Rush assembled at Reaction Studios in Toronto at the start of 2001, it had been five years since they recorded...

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Aug 1, 2002, by Rick Clark

Berry Hill is an incorporated community in the heart of Nashville and Davidson County that is probably no more than a square mile in size. Besides having...

Classic Tracks: Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer"

Aug 1, 2002, By Blair Jackson

The new wave movement of the mid- to late '70s and early '80s had such broad tentacles and encompassed so many different kinds of bands that more than...

The Gospel According to Dolly Parton

Aug 1, 2002, BY RICK CLARK

Dolly Parton's flamboyant, exaggerated, country girl-meets-Hollywood look is one of the most identifiable in American culture. A less-talented or savvy...

Mark Blaha's Barn

Aug 1, 2002, BY BARBARA SCHULTZ

Sounds like nice work if you can get it: We have 20 acres, nine cats, 15 sheep, two dogs and a lot of grass to cut, and I enjoy my studio, says Mark Blaha,...

Composer Spotlight: Christopher Young

Aug 1, 2002, By Bryan Reesman

In a world that seeks to pigeonhole artists, composer Christopher Young has fashioned a career as diverse as it is prolific. He is now reaping the rewards....

NEIL FINN

Aug 1, 2002, By David John Farinella

For his second solo album, One All, former Crowded House frontman Neil Finn wanted to take a bit of a different approach to songwriting by working with...

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