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Mix Regional: Austin - News & Notes

Mar 1, 2013, By The Mix Editors

SXSW, The Relatives, Wayne Hancock, East Cameron Folkcore, Oz Noy, Bassmaxx, and Gary Clark Jr. are covered in Mix Regional: Austin...

Mix Regional, D.C. Metro: Smithsonian Folkways

Feb 1, 2013, By Barbara Schultz

No trip to D.C. is complete without visiting the Smithsonian. From Washington’s uniform to Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers to Pollack’s paintings, essential artifacts of our national culture have been curated there since 1846. So as part of our “visit” to the D.C. audio community, we called on Pete Reiniger, chief engineer at Smithsonian Folkways, the nonprofit record label of the National Museum....

Chris Zane

Jan 1, 2013, By David Weiss

There are expectations, and then there are great expectations. The latter is what you have when your band is Passion Pit, and you have to record a sophomore album that will compare with your globe-smashing full-length debut, Manners....

Track Sheet

Mar 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

SOUTHEAST For those who haven't heard, Cypress Moon Studios (Muscle Shoals, AL) is the new name of the facility formerly known as Muscle Shoals Sound....

Daniel Ho

Mar 1, 2007, By Blair Jackson

Though Daniel Ho has become very well-known in traditional Hawaiian music circles thanks to his co-production work and playing on last year's Grammy-winning...

Good News From Nola

Mar 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

James Andrews, lead singer and trumpeter of the New Birth Brass Band, did some tracking for his new album at The Truckfarm studio in New Orleans. The...

Stephen Marley

Mar 1, 2007, By Blair Jackson

Stephen Marley has been around music his entire life. As the third child of Bob and Rita Marley, born in 1972 (David/ and Cedella are older; there are...

Classic Tracks: Chubby Checker's "The Twist"

Mar 1, 2007, By Blair Jackson

As a certified dinosaur, I wish I could claim that my first hit of rock 'n' roll was seeing Elvis on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1956. But I was only 3 then...

Capturing Taiko Drums for Ubisoft's Red Steel

Mar 1, 2007, By Barbara Schultz

Ubisoft's Red Steel was one of the first videogames released for Nintendo's Wii platform. Action surrounds the violent struggle between fictional Japanese...

George Jones and Merle Haggard

Feb 1, 2007, By Elianne Halbersberg

When it comes to laying the cards on the table, few can do it like Merle Haggard and George Jones. They built their careers on straight-shooting lyrics...

Five for Fighting

Feb 1, 2007, By Blair Jackson

The is called Five for Fighting, a term that comes from the world of hockey, as in a five-minute penalty for fighting. But in truth, Five for Fighting...

Nashville Skyline

Feb 1, 2007, By Rick Clark

I'm sitting in a pub in Bolton, England, trying to finish my Nashville Skyline column. It's the only place in town where one can get a Wi-Fi signal, but...

Track Sheet

Feb 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

NORTHEAST At Blue Jay Recording (Carlisle, MA), producer Sean Garrett worked on a collaboration between Nicole Scherzinger (of the Pussycat Dolls) and...

InStudio: Ozomatli

Feb 1, 2007, Photos and Text by Mr. Bonzai

Ozomatli is a celebration waiting to happen a fiery brew of jazz-funk, Latin salsa and urban hip hop. Basic tracks for the band's upcoming album, Don't...

Jazz It Up

Feb 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

The longtime Duke Ellington Orchestra drummer, Louie Bellson, recorded a 16-bar solo for the New Orleans Congo Square Charity at Mad Dog Studios in Burbank,...

Formal Sessions

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Independent Mastering (Nashville) engineer Eric Conn quips, We are only accepting clients with coat and tie now. He and Don Cobb worked on The King of...

Track Sheet

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

SOUTHEAST The Record Plant Remote (Ringwood, NJ), manned by engineer Kooster McAllister, is gearing up to record the fifth season of Nashville Star (covered...

Brian Setzer's Lucky 13

Jan 1, 2007, By Barbara Schultz

Brian Setzer makes a lot of great albums, but he doesn't spend a lot of time in studios. His MO is to begin a new project well-prepared, whether that...

Gladys Knight Ssalutes Great Jazz Women

Jan 1, 2007, By Chris Walker

Before Gladys Knight became one of the most successful soul singers in America fronting The Pips for a string of immortal classics, and then venturing...

Shootout at Studio 8121

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

New Washington, D.C.-based Studio 8121 (www.studio8121.com) recently held a gear shootout for local engineers, testing everything from mics and mic pre's...

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