Remote Recording Captures Stones

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

The key word is : Veteran recording/mixing engineer Bob Clearmountain was at the controls when Remote Recording Services' Silver Truck recorded the Rolling...

Classic Tracks: Elvis Costello & The Attractions' "Pump It Up"

Jan 1, 2007, By Barbara Schultz

Elvis Costello began his music career with the purist intentions: My ultimate vocation in life is to be an irritant, he told the New Music Express' Nick...

Metal in Vegas

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Odds on Recording, a massive high-end recording facility and CD replication house in Las Vegas, hosts sessions with nationally known acts and local bands,...

Working in a Saltmine

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

John Gray, chief engineer at The Saltmine Studios (Mesa, Ariz.) reports that '06 was the facility's busiest year yet. Ministry spent a month mixing their...

Wave Mikes the World

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Wave Recording Studios, an audio mixing and sound effects company for the advertising industry in the UK, has started to amass a 7.1 sound effects library,...

Breaking Heads

Jan 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

At Doug Hamblin's Dugout Studio (Studio City, Calif.), the great Johnny Rivers (of Secret Agent Man fame) cut tracks for his upcoming roots album. Jim...

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...

Janet Jackson

Dec 1, 2006, By Matt Gallagher

As Janet Jackson and her longtime collaborators, star producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, were recording Jackson's latest release, 20 Y.O. (Virgin Records),...

Sting With Edin Karamazov

Dec 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

During the course of nine Top 10 solo albums and nearly a dozen Grammys, Sting has proven himself a consummate artist, one who crafts winning pop melodies,...

All-Out War Game

Dec 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Sony Computer Entertainment America booked Pyramind's (S.F.) The Vault studio (Pro Tools HD3) for three days in September to master orchestral performances...

Cool Spins

Dec 1, 2006

Weather Report Forecast: Tomorrow(Columbia/Legacy) Jazz/rock/world music fusion pioneers Weather Report were so forward-looking in their approach and...

Classic Tracks: The Romantics' "What I Like About You"

Dec 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

Sometimes the rock 'n' roll myth you know, a group of working-class kids harness their passion for music and use it to escape factory jobs, Popov Vodka...

L.A. Grapevine

Dec 1, 2006, By Bud Scoppa

No matter where one stands on the controversy surrounding the hit album Ray Sings, Basie Swings, which marries vocals from a 1973 Ray Charles live performance...

Women at the Piano

Dec 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

Imagine a musician who spent most of her childhood practicing her craft, then most of her adult life studying at a prestigious music conservatory under...

Atherton at A440

Dec 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Engineer James Harley visited A440 Studios (Minneapolis) to mix an album by 17-year-old pop singer Alyssa Atherton. A440 is equipped with Pro Tools HD3...

Timeless Poetry

Dec 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Bass player, producer and engineer Jaxsn engineered songs by Reverend Benjamin Martin in his Jaxsn Music studio (Hartford, Conn.). Delroy Baker produced...

Track Sheet

Dec 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

SOUTHEAST At Doppler Studios (Atlanta), Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowland recorded vocals for an upcoming CD on Sony/BMG. Jazze Pha produced, Nico Solis...

Keep on Truckin'

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

After being devastated by the effects of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans' Truckfarm Recording Studios (located near the Ninth Ward in an area known as...

Peter Frampton

Nov 1, 2006, By Michael Barbiero

When I was first told that Peter Frampton was about to embark on a completely instrumental album a tribute to his musical influences my first thought...

New York Metro

Nov 1, 2006, By David Weiss

Have the Last Poets perhaps the foremost of the many forefathers of hip hop made their last stand? Not if New York City based producer Will Roberson and...

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