Classic Tracks: B.B. King's "The Thrill Is Gone"

Feb 1, 2005, By Dan Daley

While much of what Bill Szymczyk has recorded during the past 40 years, from The Eagles to Joe Walsh to The Who, now forms the elevator soundtrack to...

Ardent Gets a Taste of Honey Tribe

Feb 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

Devon Allman, son of rock legend Gregg Allman, brought his new band Honey Tribe (formerly Ocean Six) to Ardent Studios' A room to track their forthcoming...

Behind the Glass

Feb 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

Mississippi natives 3 Doors Down skipped over to Nashville, where they mixed songs from their forthcoming Universal release, Seventeen Days, at Emerald...

Keeping the Coltrane Flame Lit

Feb 1, 2005, By Chris J. Walker

Ravi Coltrane, son of legendary saxophonist John Coltrane and keyboardist/harpist Alice Coltrane, held on to a dream for nearly 25 years to collaborate...

2004 Pulitzer Prize Winner Relies on Sibelius

Jan 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Composer Paul Moravec (who has written more than 80 published orchestra, chamber, lyric and choral compositions) was awarded the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in...

The Donnas

Jan 1, 2005, By David John Farinella

When The Donnas got set to record their sixth release, Gold Medal, the follow-up to their breakout Atlantic Records debut, Spend the Night, it seemed...

Eric "Roscoe" Ambel's Urban Rock Corral

Jan 1, 2005, By Jeff Forlenza

Eric Ambel is sitting on a comfy couch inside the basement digs of Cowboy Technical Services, an analog/digital recording studio in the Williamsburg section...

Classic Tracks: Don McLean's "American Pie"

Jan 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

Maybe you had to be there. But in the summer and fall of 1971, it seems that everyone was talking about Don McLean's Number One smash, American Pie. Rarely...

Marcussen Mastering Sparkles With Powder

Jan 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

band Powder (www.powdermusic.com) dropped by Marcussen Mastering in Hollywood, Calif., to wrap up their forthcoming Continental Records release with engineer...

The Clubhouse

Jan 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

That one man's trash is another's treasure saying proved doubly true for the Cowboy Junkies and their project studio, The Clubhouse. For starters, they...

Behind the Glass

Jan 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

HIGH-TECH DREDNECK AT SUGAR HILL Galveston, Texas based jam band Dreadneck convened at Sugar Hill Studios (Houston) to record their full-length debut...

Track Sheet

Jan 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Producer Linda Perry and mix engineer Bernd Burgdorf dropped by Bernie Grundman's (Hollywood) place to master a Kelly Osbourne track...

In the Name of Development

Jan 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

ASCAP and Westlake Audio (L.A.) are working together to bring indie bands into the Hollywood recording studios as part of the studio's Artist Development...

Nashville Skyline

Dec 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

I've always loved Christmas albums of just about any kind, but the ones that I return to are unusually durable statements that transcend the season and...

New York Metro

Dec 1, 2004, By David Weiss

Love it or hate it, American Idol is a popular phenomenon, attracting millions of viewers and turning its winners into instant stars. Producer Harold...

Track Sheet

Dec 1, 2004

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Hillary Duff recorded new tracks at The Village (West L.A.) with producer Julian Bunetta and engineer Eric Sarafin; PJ Harvey stopped...

Bringing the Show Home

Dec 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

A quick perusal of the music DVDs section at your local music store will tell you that this is a booming area bringing in a lot of work to recording engineers...

Alan Parsons

Dec 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

Over the course of a career that spans more than three decades, Alan Parsons has been a successful engineer, producer and recording artist a true triple-threat....

Indie Buzz

Dec 1, 2004

LOG ON TO THE WEB TO STARE AT THE SON (VOLT) Jay Farrar returned to his St. Louis studio to record the first Son Volt album since the 1998 release, Wide...

Los Super Seven Regroup for Super Third

Dec 1, 2004

The Grammy-winning pan-Latin project known as Los Super Seven reconvened for their third album, Heard It on Border Radio, which was co-produced by Rick...

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