On the Cover: Naughty Dog Puts a Byte into Game Audio

Sep 9, 2010, By Tom Kenny

Videogame sound production has come so far so fast these past few years that it’s easy to forget it’s still an industry in its infancy. It didn’t come of age within a studio or network system, although dominant publishers and platforms have emerged. It didn’t start out with any rules of production, such as those that might be handed down by a guild or apprentice system, though a guild has been established to boost the level of professionalism and resources industrywide. ...

Studio West Profile

Aug 4, 2010, By Matt Gallagher

Studio West, which has offered commercial recording services in the San Diego area since 1971, completed a series of redesigns this year. Peter Dyson, owner since 2005, and Dyson’s partners, wife Amy Dyson and Mark Kirchner...

Quad Lakeside Is Latest Studio From Lou Gonzalez

Aug 4, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Quad Nashville owner and veteran engineer Lou Gonzalez makes this important distinction about his new facility, Quad Lakeside: “It’s a studio in a home, but it’s not a home studio.” ...

Tim Palmer Moves 62 Studios From L.A. to Austin

Jul 9, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Producer/engineer Tim Palmer—well-known for his work with Robert Plant, Bowie’s Tin Machine, Tears for Fears, Pearl Jam, H.I.M. and many others—recently relocated from L.A. to Austin....

On the Cover: Universal Mastering Studios West

Jul 9, 2010, By Tom Kenny

Former L.A. editor, Bud Scoppa, dropped in on Universal Mastering Studios West in the old Hanna-Barbera building on Cahuenga. What he described for the two main rooms—the sound, the physics, the dimensions—sounded simply too good to be true: a spacious, rectangular room, with a client-friendly producers couch and unlimited listening spot. For mastering?...

Studio Profile: Vocomotion

May 21, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

While other engineer/studio owners live by the mantra “diversify or die,” Freddie Feldman has confined his career to a very specialized niche: a cappella recording. Feldman has been singing in a cappella groups since high school. ...

Total Access Recording

Apr 27, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

egendary producer/engineer Ken Scott (Beatles, Elton John, David Bowie, etc.) turned us on to one of his favorite L.A.-area studios, Total Access Recording...

Sound Clash Recordings

Apr 27, 2010, By Matt Gallagher

Sound Clash in New York City is a small but highly agile and versatile audio facility that opened in Manhattan’s Fashion District in 2007. ...

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