OutKast

Dec 1, 2003, By David John Farinella

Engineer John Frye is taking a breather from the year-plus recording and mixing sessions for OutKast's acclaimed new two-CD release, Speakerboxxx: The...

In the Studio With Sam Cooke

Dec 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

In 1960, with several hits already under his belt, the Mississippi-born and Chicago-raised Sam Cooke signed with RCA Records, which marks the beginning of his fruitful association with staff producers Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore and engineer Al Schmitt....

BIAS Peak 4

Dec 1, 2003, By Laura Pallanck

Besides getting a new look, the latest version of BIAS' 2-channel, Mac-only audio editor, Peak 4, includes a number of useful features, such as multiprocessor support, the ability to loop QuickTime movies and record audio while a movie is playing, and the ability to perform disk-at-once CD burning directly from the playlist or any audio document window....

Recording Piano

Nov 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

Periodically, we like to check with engineers to see whether technology or other considerations have changed the ways they record music....

Liz Phair

Nov 1, 2003, By Chris J. Walker

The mid- to late '90s saw a blossoming movement of young female singer/songwriters, who mostly sang sweet, introspective songs of loves won and lost....

Classic Tracks: The Isley Brother's "That Lady"

Nov 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

By the time the Isley Brothers scored their 2 million-selling smash hit “That Lady” in the summer of 1973, they'd already been in the music business for nearly two decades....

In the Studio With Nickelback

Nov 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

Sometimes, things just don't go the way you plan them, and that can be a good thing. When the Canadian hard-rock quartet Nickelback set out to create The Long Road, their follow-up to the quintuple-Platinum release Silver Side Up, they planned to bring in producers to work on the key singles....

Bill Putnam

Oct 1, 2003, By Jim Cogan

There is no Mt. Rushmore of recording, of course. If there were, this guy would be in the Lincoln spot....

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