Mar 1, 2004 12:00 PM


Education Guide

Mix is gearing up to present its longstanding annual Audio Education Guide in its November 2014 issue. Want to have your school listed in the directory, or do you need to update your current directory listing? Add an image, program description, or a logo to your listing! Get your school in the Mix Education Guide 2014.


The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, featuring trombonist Slide Hampton, tracked at Bennett Studios (Englewood, NJ) with engineer Gary Chester at the board…Loho Studios (NYC) hosted Universal rock band Flaw, who were in tracking their spring release. Producer David Bottrill, engineer Brian Sperber and assistant Gus Oberg were on hand…Rock/hip hop talent Mos Def (with engineer Dylan Margerum) and Boston-based group Rubicon (with producer Mark Jordan) were at The Cutting Room (NYC) re-cording and mixing new releases.


Chicago Recording Company (Chicago) engineers Steve Weeder and Stuart Hoverson took the CRC mobile unit out to record Guster and Howie Day at the State Theatre (Portland, ME)…Castle Recording Studios (Franklin, TN) hosted rock band Seven Mary Three while they tracked their latest release, The Hi-Lo. Brian Paulson oversaw production duties…Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen was in Million Yen Studios (Chicago) to hone new material for the band.


San Francisco world music group Stellamara recorded at El Mundo Bueno Studios (San Francisco); co-owner/engineer Winter helm-ed the session…Mike Love recorded in his studio, The Loveshack (Lake Tahoe, NV), for his spring 2004 release, Mike Love, Not War. The recordings were engineered by Tom Gordon and produced by Paul Fauerso…Nettleingham Studios' (Vancouver, WA) latest sessions included a compilation for Deep Elm records that featured Sounds Like Violence, Desert City Soundtrack and Slowride; Kevin Nettleingham engineered.


Gospel group Caedmon's Call (Essential Records) was in Sunrise Sound Studio (Houston) to track their upcoming release, Chronicles…SugarHill (Houston) hosted a series of winter sessions, including dates with Solange Knowles. Engineer John Griffin captured tracks for the follow-up to her debut, Solo Star. Also in at SugarHill was Austin's own Sarah Sharp, recording her first feature-length CD. Producer Dan Workman, engineer Steve Christensen and arranger Kevin Ryan headed production on the session.

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