Music: Los Lonely Boys

Mar 1, 2011, By Blair Jackson

When Los Lonely Boys, a trio of very musical brothers, exploded out of the small city of San Angelo, Texas, in 2004 with the hit single “Heaven” from their eponymous debut album, many wondered, “What can they do for an encore?” After all, rare is the band that hits the jackpot first time out: “Heaven” rocketed to Number One on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart, made the Top 20 on the pop charts and won a Grammy; the album sold more than 2 million copies. The appealing and versatile Garza brothers—guitarist Henry, bassist Jojo and drummer Ringo, all in their mid-20s when the album hit—turned up everywhere, it seems, for the next couple of years, including TV awards shows and on other people’s albums (such as Santana’s All That I Am and the Amnesty International John Lennon tribute album, Instant Karma). ...

Airshow Serves the Live Recording Market With FestivaLink.net

Feb 2, 2011, By Matt Gallagher

Ever since opening Airshow’s facility in Boulder, Colo., in 1997, company co-founder and chief mastering engineer David Glasser has mastered live releases for top local acts. “In the case of String Cheese Incident, we must have mastered about 150 of their shows,” Glasser says. “They were one of the first bands to do a quick-turnaround CD issue for their concerts. They went to a more economical model when [Internet] downloads became the way to go.” ...

Scott Jacoby's Eusonia Records

Feb 1, 2011, By Barbara Schultz

Grammy-winning composer/producer/engineer/label owner Scott Jacoby started the Eusonia Records label in 2007 after four of the R&B and pop artists he was working with—as composer and/or producer—were dropped by the majors. ...

Surround From Two Channels

Feb 1, 2011, By Kevin Becka

Taking the stereo image beyond its obvious boundaries has been in the engineer’s toolbox since the discovery of mechanically induced flanging in the ’60s and the introduction of hardware effects like the phase shifter and Eventide’s Harmonizer in the ’70s. Later, in the ’90s, QSound and Bedini entered the market with their 3-D sound-processing algorithms and the Bedini Audio Spectral Enhancer (BASE), which promised an enhanced listener experience for music and gaming. ...

Music: Lindsey Buckingham in Two Worlds

Feb 1, 2011, By Blair Jackson

When Lindsey Buckingham and I hook up by phone one morning in the late fall of 2010, he apologizes for sounding tired, noting, “We did this corporate in Phoenix two nights ago and I got in late from that and I have kids who wake up at six in the morning.” The “corporate” was essentially a large private party, and “we” is Fleetwood Mac. ...

Music Mix Mobile

Jan 1, 2011, By Barbara Schultz

Since Music Mix Mobile went online in 2008, the company’s super-group of engineers—Joel Singer, Jay Vicari, John Harris and Mitch Makentansky on the East Coast, and Mark Linnett and Bob Wartinbee out West—have provided remote recording/mixing/broadcast audio for scores of high-profile projects....

Design FX Captures Pinktober Fundraiser

Jan 1, 2011, By Barbara Schultz

Multi-Platinum artist and breast cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge helped kick off breast cancer awareness month, “Pinktober,” this past fall with a benefit concert at the Hard Rock Café in Hollywood. Opening was Crystal Bowersox, last year’s American Idol runner up, who also joined Etheridge onstage for a couple of songs. The show was recorded and mixed for Webcast by Scott Peets of Design FX. ...

Music: My Chemical Romance

Jan 1, 2011, By Blair Jackson

It’s been four years since My Chemical Romance (MCR) released their massively popular, death-obsessed concept album, The Black Parade, which firmly established the theatrical L.A.-based band (originally from New Jersey) as master purveyors of their own idiosyncratic blend of punk, pop, metal and alternative styles. ...

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