SESSIONS & STUDIO NEWS

Feb 1, 2001 12:00 PM

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Mix Regional

The Mix Regional section for Mix's July 2014 issue focuses on Atlanta. Send us your studio news: updates, sessions, new rooms, club performances and installations. Let the Mix audience know what is going on! Send photos and descriptions to mixeditorial@nbmedia.com.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Those dudes who look like ladies, Aerosmith, pulled into The Village (West Los Angeles) with producer Mark Hudson to work on their latest album set for release on Columbia Records. New British boy band a1 (who recently inked a U.S. deal with Sony Music) brought their four-part harmonies, $200 highlight jobs and charming accents to The Village to work on their new album, The A List. The group booked Studio F and worked with producer/engineer Alex Greggs…Every rose has a thorn; not eager to squander their Behind the Music buzz, Poison, L.A.'s kings of glam, glitter and rehab, checked into Track Record Studios (North Hollywood) to mix their upcoming album with producer Richie Zito, engineer Phil Kaffel and assistant Ai Fujisaki. Also in at Track, core Wu-Tang Clan member/producer RZA stopped in to continue work on the forthcoming Wu-Tang Clan album The W with engineer Choco Reynoso. RZA also teamed up with producers Rick Rubin and Amy Finerty, engineer Reynoso and assistant Eric Williams to work with System of a Down. The band was recording a track for the Loud Rocks CD for Loud Records, which also features Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) on guitar…Out in Studio City, producer Matt Wallace (Faith No More, Train) was in at Scream Studios mixing the latest offering from Blues Traveler. Producer Brendan O'Brien also cruised into Scream to work with The Offspring on the track “Vulture”; engineer Steven Rhodes assisted on both sessions…Out at Sound Image (Van Nuys), producer/engineers Paul Q. Kelderie and Sean Slade pushed the faders on The Go-Go's forthcoming release for Beyond Records; Matt Lavella was in to assist. Roadrunner artists Anyone were also hanging out at Sound Image. The group was in recording their debut effort with producer/engineer Andrew “Mudrock” Murdock and assistant Aidan Flax-Clark.

NORTHEAST

G. Love & Special Sauce were in at Indre Studios (Philadelphia) adding final tweaks and tucks to their forthcoming album; Chris DiBeneditto was tapped to produce the effort. Marah were also in working on potential material for an upcoming Artemis Records release. Producer/engineer Paul Smith and Indre's own engineer, Michael Comstock, pushed the faders with Matthew Milner assisting…An eclectic group of artists have been cruising through the doors at Sound On Sound Recording (NYC). The Grammy-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir spent some time in Studio C cutting their latest release with producer Michael Archibald and engineer Richard Furch. Vocalist Linda Eder worked on her new album, Christmas Stays the Same, in Studio A with producer Frank Wildhorn and independent engineer Devin Emke. Atlantic producer Arif Mardin and engineer Michael O'Reilly also stepped in to work with Eder on one additional song in Studio C. Producer/engineer John Holbrook booked Studio B to mix RCA artist David Mead's new album…Out at Shelter Island Sound (NYC), producer Steve Addabbo has been laying down some fresh cuts with Delaware-based Love Seed Mama Jump; the effort is set for release on Plump/Artemis Records; Matt Kane was in to engineer. Mix engineer Bill Emmons and producer Dan Petty were in mixing a new release for artist Michelle Lewis, and producer Don Fleming and Kane were in mixing a new record for indie rock act Blackfire.

NORTHWEST

At Dead Aunt Thelma's Studio (Portland, OR), artist Tom Grant cut some new tracks for a future release with Mike Moore engineering. Nicole Campbell continued tracking on her new project with Tony Lash producing and Jeff Saltzman engineering. The Baseboard Heaters are working on their next CD with Luther Russell producing and Moore behind the desk…Out at Whiskey Ridge Recording (Marysville, WA), the new group Sour Dan was in working on a project slated for release later this year. Artist David Bottomeller is tracking acoustic guitar for a folk/inspirational project, and Michele Brown continued work on her CD of country/gospel originals…At Jackpot! Recording (Portland, OR), the Washington, DC-based band Dismemberment Plan dropped in while on tour to record a Christmas song with Larry Crane engineering. Crane also mixed the new Fernando album, began work on the latest Pinehurst Kids release (titled Burn It Clean), started a new album with Stephanie Schniederman (with Chris Murphy producing) and completed an album for the punk rock outfit One Last Thing…New York-based a cappella group, The Persuasions, put the final touches on an album of Grateful Dead tunes titled Might as Well…The Persuasions Sing Grateful Dead at Paul Stubblebine Mastering (San Francisco); Stubblebine and Mike Cogan engineered the sessions.

SOUTHEAST

Producer/engineer Greg Droman was in Sound Kitchen's (Franklin, TN) Studio A mixing Brooks & Dunn's seventh studio album…George Jones strutted into Emerald (Nashville) with producer Emory Gordy Jr., engineer Justin Niband and assistant Jason Piske. Tracy Bird was also in cutting some new material; producer Billy Joe Walker Jr., engineer Julian King and assistant Cobble were in to make the magic happen. Lonestar was also hanging around doing some tracking for a forthcoming RCA release; Dann Huff was in to produce with engineer Jeff Balding and assistants Hackle and Bickel…Artist Michelle Malone locked out Studio A at The Zone Recording Studio (Atlanta) to work on an upcoming release with producer Rick Beato and Billy Hume. Brit pop outfit Film cut some tracks for the independent film Losing Grace. The band also worked with engineer Julian Whisperlink on a song for the 99X Christmas album…At The Warehouse Studios (Miami), Jewel camped out to work on both a new album and a movie soundtrack. Producer Cesar Lemos was at the helm with Silvio Richetto engineering. Heat Music Inc. artist Marty Cintron was also getting some sun in Miami while working at The Warehouse with producer Dennis Dellinger and engineers Charles Barwick and Norman Smith…Faith Hill mixed her Thanksgiving Day special at Seventeen Grand Recording (Nashville) with producer Byron Gallimore, mix engineer Buford Jones and assistant Chris Scherbak. Also at Seventeen, Gary Pacasoa was in mixing an upcoming Dolly Parton project. Producer Steve Buckingham also sat in on the session, and Thomas Johnson assisted…112 stopped in at Doppler Studios Inc. (Atlanta) to work on overdubs for a future Bad Boy Entertainment release. Ralph Cacciurri engineered the session with the assistance of Jason Rome and Steve Fisher. Keeping their momentum going, Fastball were also hanging out at Doppler tracking some new cuts with producer Russell Carter, Cacciurri, Fisher and assistant engineer Jason Block.

MIDWEST

At Pogo Studios (Champaign, IL), Kansas City group Shiner recorded their latest release with engineer Paul Malinowski. Also, Phineas Gage recorded and mixed at Pogo with producer Mark Rubel…Cleveland-based This Face Down has been hard at work on an upcoming release at Immortal Productions Studios (Canal Fulton, OH), with producer Cal Moore. The punk/pop outfit Five Seconds Late was also in at Immortal mixing their debut release One Night; Moore was again at the helm…Up-and-coming teen diva Lindsey Markel has been at Up On the Roof Recording (Lombard, IL) with producer/studio owner Mark Blas. Her album is slated for release this spring.

STUDIO NEWS

Rhyme, Rhythm and Reason Recording Studio (East Rutherford, NJ) recently acquired a Trident 80C console (outfitted with Uptown moving fader automation) and Sony APR-24 2-inch machine that was formerly owned by Butch Vig and Smart Studios…Phase 1 of the new Zupano Audio Complex (Atlanta) recently opened its doors. Jim Zumpano and Michel Eber of Eber Design designed the new facility, which boasts two Pro Tools suites, a mastering suite and an analog tracking room featuring a Rupert Neve-designed Amek 9098i console…Soundtrack Recording (NYC) has upgraded its Studio F with the installation of a new Solid State Logic Avant digital post/film console.


Send your sessions and studio news to robert_hanson@intertec.com.






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