Facilities

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Aug 01, 1999

I walked past the Virgin Records store on Times Square several times on my way to BMG Studios. Eventually I realized that although BMG has a Broadway

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Aug 01, 1999

Nashville's already complex studio business environment is getting even more complicated. Lou Gonzalez, owner of Quad Recording in New York City, has

Sony Mastering

By MIX STAFF | Jul 01, 1999

Sony Mastering, one of the departments that make up the comprehensive but user-friendly Sony Music Studios in New York, is integral to the complete chain

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Jul 01, 1999

Paid my first visit to Cello Studios, where busy producer/engineer Jim Scott was tracking with Matthew Sweet in Studio 2. The studio occupies what was

SOUND KITCHEN: Watching the Dough Rise

By Dan Daley | Jul 01, 1999

For the past two years the Nashville-area studio market has been characterized by consolidation and contraction, which makes Sound Kitchen a rare success

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Jul 01, 1999

Producer/artist Mike Thorne lives most of the year in Greenwich Village, but he retains a home in his native England, and both his manner of speaking

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Jul 01, 1999

The Nashville studio community will have a new neighbor in September when the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) is expected to open its 14,000-square-foot

Sony Music Mastering

By MIX STAFF | Jul 01, 1999

Sony Music Mastering is part of the technologically and creatively diverse entity of Sony Music Studios-Santa Monica. The facility is as aesthetically

John Storyk: THIRTY YEARS OF STUDIO DESIGN

By Dan Daley | Jun 01, 1999

John Storyk has been a fixture in studio design almost since there were studios to design. At 53, he can trace his professional lineage back to the days

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