Facilities

Quad Recording Studios

By MIX STAFF | Mar 01, 1999

There is something genuinely comforting about walking into Quad Recording Studios after leaving the hustle of 7th Avenue ten floors below. The wood is

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Mar 01, 1999

With so many new mics on the market, it was time to drop in for a visit with that mythical, mystical and charismatic microphone ma-ven Stephen Paul. I

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Mar 01, 1999

Ham Brosious is add-ing to his resume, although some would say that extending its formidable length is a tad superfluous. Brosious broke into the audio

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Mar 01, 1999

The consolidation that has been sweeping the recording studio industry has affected Nash-ville deeply, and a lot of space has been dedicated to such stories

L.A. Grapevine

By Maureen Droney | Feb 01, 1999

Hollywood's Studio 56 has reinvented itself several times since opening in 1986 on the Santa Monica Blvd. corner that was the site of the old Radio Recorders.

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Feb 01, 1999

Leading New York facility Clinton Studios turns 15 this month, and though president and chief engineer Ed Rak is happy to discuss the past, his thinking

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Feb 01, 1999

Nashville remains in the throes of a long-forecasted consolidation, which began with the announcement that Emerald Recording was in negotiations to purchase

L.A. Grapevine

By Maureen Droney | Jan 01, 1999

What was formerly The Lighthouse in the Valley Village section of North Hollywood has reopened as BAY 7. On a recent visit, I found engineer/producer

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Jan 01, 1999

Quad Recording has been a fixture on the New York scene for 22 years. When Lou Gonzales first opened the facility (to record a Sesame Street album-he

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