Oberlin Beefs Up Studio Space

Nov 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

The Oberlin Conservatory of Music’s new recording facility/performance venue, the Joseph R. Clonick Studio, was built for surround sound and offers a Rupert Neve Designs 5088 console, a 24-track analog mixer with Tonelux Shadowmix fader automation housed in a Sterling Modular Systems custom piece. ...

Saga Recording Grows

Nov 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

To accommodate the growing number of singer, songwriters and groups booking Saga Recording (East Vancouver), owner/operator Michael Nowak hired Russ Berger Design Group to design a space that fits between a large multiroom facility and a small project room. The space features a 22x13-foot control room (where most of the tracking and vocals are done, per Nowak’s recording preference), a 15x10-foot live tracking room and a foyer with glass-panel doors that is wired for use as an iso booth. The control room features Logic and Pro Tools, with monitoring by Event Electronics. ...

Tempest Turns 30

Nov 1, 2011, By Mix Editors

Tempe, Ariz.–based recording engineer Clark Rigsby is celebrating 30 years of success in his Tempest studio. Rigsby has recorded many of the top names in music, including Tower of Power, Steve Gadd, World Saxophone Quartet, Kim Wilson, James Moody, Jimmy Smith, N.Y. Philharmonic Principals, Joe Allessi and Phil Smith, Joey DeFrancesco, George Coleman and Glen Campbell, among others. The key to the Rigsby/Tempest longevity? Simple. “We put music first and we make it with real people,” answers Rigsby. ...

Keb Mo

Nov 1, 2011, By Tom Kenny

Keb Mo, it turns out, is a hands-on guy. And his engineer, John Schirmer, is something of a jack-of-all-audio-trades. So when they decided to leave L.A. for Nashville in 2010, and the original plan to buy a house with a studio already in place fell through, they decided to build their own. Two, actually, with almost identical technology complements. ...

On the Cover: 45 Years of Ardent Studios, Memphis

Nov 1, 2011, By Tom Kenny

Wow—45 years and counting. That’s not easy to do in any industry, let alone one that is dependent on the forces of technological change and the whims of a record-buying public. But Ardent Studios, under the leadership of John Fry and a dedicated, loyal team of creatives, has weathered the ups and downs, branched into new markets over the years, added and dropped studio services, and continually kept an eye on the future. ...

SSL for Abbey Road Online Mixing Service

Nov 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

To help celebrate 80 years in the biz, Abbey Road Studios (London) has opened its new production/mix room, Studio 52, which features an SSL Duality SE board. In addition to the traditional client-attended sessions, the new space will help with the workload from the studio’s new Online Mixing Service, where clients book mix sessions online and upload pre-recorded files...

Dallas Baptist University | Education Opportunities in Dallas

Nov 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

Recently completed, the new 12,000-square-foot Joan and Andy Horner Hall (at Dallas Baptist University) includes a 2,400-square-foot recording studio designed by Russ Berger Design Group, and features an Avid D-Command 24 console and Pro Tools. Recessed sliding glass doors in the adjoining soundstage can be opened up to enlarge the studio space. Two smaller control rooms let students mix projects independently from the main studio. Storage and a central equipment room complete the facility. ...

Into the Bunker

Oct 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

Miloco Studio’s new programming/writing room The Bunker (London), in association with producer Stephen Street, was custom-built by Miloco’s recently launched Miloco Builds studio design/construction company. When Street is not in session, the room is available for outside producers, engineers and artists, who can use it as an editing room or employ the additional vocal booth. Select gear includes an Audient Zen console, Pro Tools|HD3, and Focal Twin and KRK monitors. A wide selection of outboard gear, backline and microphones provide Street and outside clients with a wide swath of recording selections. ...

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