L.A. Grapevine

Jul 1, 2003, by Maureen Droney

Tight security is one of the value-added services that commercial studios are able to offer. For Linkin Park's chart-topping Meteora, North Hollywood's NRG Recording Services kicked it up more than a notch....

Daniel Lanois Shines Alone

Jun 1, 2003, By Chris J. Walker

Daniel Lanois is well-known to most Mix readers as the highly creative, best-selling producer of landmark albums by U2, Peter Gabriel, Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Robbie Robertson, Willie Nelson, the Neville Brothers and others....

Rosanne Cash Hits New Heights

Jun 1, 2003, By Elianne Halbersberg

Like the beginning of a classic Dickens novel, the past few years have been the best of times and the worst of times for Rosanne Cash....

Classic Tracks: Randy Newman's "Sail Away"

Jun 1, 2003, By Dan Daley

Randy Newman Sail Away is a classic song - Mix magazine talks to audio engineers and prodcuers about recording Sail Away in 1972....

45TH Annual Grammy Awards

Apr 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was something for almost everybody on the marathon 45th Annual Grammy Awards telecast, held February 23 at New York City's Madison Square Garden....

Sessions & Studio News

Apr 1, 2003

SOUTHEAST Kirk Whalum recently tracked songs at Young Avenue Sound (Nashville) for a Warner Bros. project. Production crew included: producers David Porter...

Susan Tedeschi

Apr 1, 2003, By David John Farinella

Apparently, the two-time Grammy Award-nominated blues-rock artist Susan Tedeschi has never heard the term keep it simple. How do we know that? Consider...

Rourketown Studios Hosts Fletcher

Apr 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Chris Pelonis-designed Rourketown Studios (Northridge, Calif.) recently hosted Fletcher vocalist John Bennett, who was in working on his Demonstrations...

Jim Scott

Apr 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

When you're tired of sound-alike mixes and you want your music to sound like your band instead of some over-EQ'd, overcompressed, generic dreck, who ya...

Rick DiFonzo

Apr 1, 2003, BY GARY ESKOW

You've played screaming guitar solos before the largest audience in entertainment history, tracked some tasty acoustic solos for a picky client named...

Porcupine Tree

Apr 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

It is rare these days that a band hits the mainstream combining the power to rock ferociously with an intellectual, arty vision. Yet, for more than a...

Bob Brockman

Apr 1, 2003, BY BLAIR JACKSON

There are nearly as many different routes to becoming a music producer as there are producers. Some are born into musical families, where choosing a career...

Counting Crows

Apr 1, 2003, By Gaby Alter

It's been 10 years since the Counting Crows' first single Mr. Jones hooked listeners with its Van Morrison-esque opening, and introduced the world to...

The Police's ''Every Breath You Take''

Apr 1, 2003, By Robyn Flans

Police drummer Stewart Copeland still can't listen to Synchronicity without thinking of the last tough days he spent recording with The Police. The band had burst onto the scene with its unique sound - punk/new wave energy infused with ska and reggae - on Outlandos d'Amour in 1978, but as the band's popularity grew, a power struggle within the trio ensued....

This is Me Behind the Board

Apr 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Independent producer/engineer Bruce Swedien recently stopped in at Hit Factory New York and Philadelphia-based The Studio to work with recording artist...

Blue Sky Bass-Management Controller

Apr 1, 2003, BY GEORGE PETERSEN

It's hard to believe, but console manufacturers still build surround-capable mixers with no provision for 5.1 monitoring control. That's like building...

Nashville Skyline

Apr 1, 2003, by Rick Clark

As much as I try to stay on top of everything happening in Nashville, it always helps to get calls about projects happening in town. I especially appreciate...

L.A. Grapevine

Apr 1, 2003, by Maureen Droney

Hollywood's Paramount Studios has been hosting a series of Sessions@AOL live performance and interview videos that are Webcast for America Online users....

Classic Tracks: The MC5's "Kick Out the Jams"

Mar 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

One band that distilled the brutal essence of rock's primal roar to its most fearless, floor-shaking manifestation was the Motor City Five, better known as The MC5. By the time they signed with Elektra, The MC5 became legendary throughout the Midwest for their incendiary live shows......

Bryan Ferry Frantic?

Mar 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

Throughout his three-decade recording career, elegant crooner Bryan Ferry has continually broken rules in search of his own musical nirvana. The debonair,...

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