The Junior Senior Mix

Oct 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Danish duo Junior Senior brought their latest batch of indie Euro dance tunes to East Iris in Nashville, where they mixed with engineer David Leonard....

Houston Hotspot

Oct 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Music World/Sanctuary Urban, whose roster includes such artists as Jon B.; Earth, Wind & Fire; Keith Sweat; Solange Knowles; and Wu-Tang Clan, among others,...

Hydrogyn Rocks It

Oct 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Hard rock band Hydrogyn moved into WireWorld, producer/engineer Michael Wagener's studio located on the outskirts of Nashville, to work on their new album,...

Talking Heads in 5.1

Oct 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

Somehow, it makes perfect sense that Talking Heads one of the most inventive, forward-looking and influential bands of the modern rock era would be among...

To Preserve and Protect

Oct 1, 2005, By Paul D. Lehrman

Should you ever encounter the words recording industry and in the same sentence, run away as fast as possible. For those of us trying to make an honest...

Mediasound Studios

Oct 1, 2005, By Bobby Bank

Bob Clearmountain, Godfrey Diamond, Michael Barbiero, Michael Delugg, Harvey Goldberg, Joe Ferla, Jeff Lesser, Alec Head, Bill Stein, Ron Saint Germain,...

Cutting Loose

Oct 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Guitar virtuoso John McLaughlin has been cranking away on his forthcoming CD, working at various facilities with fellow greats such as Michael Brecker,...

Track Sheet

Oct 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

NORTHEAST Producers Jason Corsaro and Ben Elliot visited the Barber Shop Studios (Lake Hopatcong, NJ) to work on the upcoming release for Christian rock...

Remarkable Restorations

Oct 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

It's hard to beat a really good CD box set one that is comprehensive, aesthetically pleasing, historically illuminating and sonically successful. It is...

Dead Kennedys' "California Uber Alles"

Oct 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

Oliver DiCicco's San Francisco studio, Mobius Music, was only three years old in the spring of 1980. The self-taught engineer had just moved up to 16-track...

L.A. Grapevine

Oct 1, 2005, By Maureen Droney

Playing for Change is an extraordinarily soulful new documentary (and accompanying soundtrack CD) that offers an inspirational glimpse into the lives...

Nashville/NYC Dolls

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Dolly Parton made the trek from Tennessee to New York City to record a duet with pop/jazz celeb Norah Jones at Avatar's Studio A. The song is one of many...

Ocean Way Gets Rented Out

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Rent's upcoming soundtrack was recently recorded at Ocean Way Recording Studios (www.oceanwayrecording.com, L.A.), with Rob Cavallo producing and David...

Platinum Ice

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Engineer Rob Wechsler (right) recently mastered Vanilla Ice's new release, Platinum Underground, at WexTrax Mastering in McKinney, Texas. The project...

Rock Grows in Weed

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

The Girlfriend Experience, a San Francisco based hard rock band featuring members of Ing, Counting Crows and Laundry, recently wrapped up a two-week session...

Where Electronic and Acoustic Merge

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Doug Wyatt inventor of key music technologies including OMS (Open Music System) software, which he co-designed with Opcode's founder Dave Oppenheim has...

Track Sheet

Sep 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

MIDWEST Engineer/producer Jeff Taylor completed production and mixing for Sounds of Blackness' latest album at SLR Recording Studio (formerly Flyte Tyme...

John Hiatt in Memphis

Sep 1, 2005, By Rick Clark

It was just a matter of time before John Hiatt would make an album in Memphis. With albums such as Crossing Muddy Waters and the raw roots classics Bring...

More of Les

Sep 1, 2005, By Matt Hurwitz

I've just made a decision, announces Les Paul, circa 1949. I'm through with electronics. No more electrical gadgets for me. Paul, apparently, isn't very...

Hot Club of San Francisco

Sep 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

It's been more than half-a-century since the great French gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt died of a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 43. Yet his...

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