New York Metro

Sep 1, 2003, By Paul Verna

The allure of Allaire: By definition, “New York Metro” focuses on recording activities in and around the Big Apple....

8th Annual Mix L.A. Open

Sep 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

June's unpredictable weather made for an especially memorable event, as nearly 150 audio professionals gathered on Monday, June 9, 2003, at the Malibu...

Nashville Skyline

Sep 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

When digital recording first arrived on the scene in the '80s, Nashville was first in line to sign up for the format. Legendary producer and record exec Jimmy Bowen spearheaded the city's embrace of the new direction, and, when ADAT arrived and eventually DAWs, Music City bought into them in a big way, too — from commercial facilities to songwriter home studios....

Nashville Skyline

Aug 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

One day, while I was digging through my library for source music candidates for a film project, an event in Nashville was brought to my attention by Andrea Pizzano, the person who keeps all of the project craziness running smoothly in this office....

New York Metro

Aug 1, 2003, By Paul Verna

Go west west, young man: At first glance, West West Side Music seems to be a product of the workstation generation. A mom-and-pop mastering studio headed by owner/engineer Alan Douches, it features a Pro Tools DAW, a predominantly indie clientele and rates that make it an affordable alternative to the big New York shops....

Sessions & Studio News

Aug 1, 2003, By Sarah Benzuly

NORTHEAST

Elvis Costello and co-producer/engineer Kevin Killen have taken residence in Avatar's (New York City) Studio A since early April to record Costello's new record; Peter Doris assisted…Mos Def returned with his band Black Jack Johnson to The Cutting Room (New York City) to continue work on his new album....

Genex Throws a DSD Surround Playback Party

Aug 1, 2003, By Barry Rudolph

On May 12, Genex hosted a special playback session in Cello Studios' (Hollywood) Studio 1, where attendees got a glimpse into the rarefied world of Direct Stream Digital 5.1 surround recording....

Ronstadt at the Clubhouse

Aug 1, 2003, Compiled By Sarah Benzuly

Linda Ronstadt finished up a jazz standards record (Verve) at Clubhouse (Germantown, N.Y.) with producer John Boylan and engineer George Massenburg. The band consisted of Lewis Nash (drums), Christian McBride (bass), Alan Broadbent (piano, arranger), Bob Mann (guitar) and Warren Bernhardt (piano)....

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