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L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Jun 01, 1999

One of the hottest tickets in town during March and April was Henry Rollins' sold out spoken-word series at Luna Park. I caught the show one week, and

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Jun 01, 1999

Urban hip hop fuels the New York recording industry. This month we profile a pair of recordists who have had considerable success in this area of the

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | May 01, 1999

Dropped in at Sunset Sound's Studio One, where I found songwriter/guitarist Richard Thompson in mixing his upcoming Capitol release with producers Tom

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | May 01, 1999

Vintage analog continues to be in high demand in New York, but savvy clients are also looking to integrate the sound of classic Roland synths and Ampeg

RECORDING ELECTRIC GUITAR

By Barry Cleveland | May 01, 1999

It is difficult to imagine what popular music in the latter half of the 20th century would have sounded like if the electric guitar had never been invented.

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | May 01, 1999

To recap our story so far: Nashville's studio community found itself caught up in the throes of a long-awaited consolidation. Emerald Re-cording, flexing

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Apr 01, 1999

As Seagram Co.'s restructuring of the music business began with its $10.4 billion acquisition of PolyGram, the industry entered a new era with plenty

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Apr 01, 1999

Exit the Holland Tunnel or one of the two PATH train lines that link Manhattan and New Jersey and you've made it to Hoboken, a town unlike any other in

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Apr 01, 1999

Writing a monthly column implicitly limits the timeliness of the news, but it's time well spent on observation and commentary. By the time this column

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