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L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Nov 01, 1999

Can-Am hosted sessions for CBS's Shake, Rattle & Roll, the two-part 1950s- and '60s-era rockudrama set to air November 9 and 11. The program is the brainchild

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Oct 01, 1999

Nashville is rapidly turning into the Peyton Place of the studio business. It's difficult to keep up with the changes in the city's studio industry when

NEW YORK BUSINESS

By Dan Daley | Oct 01, 1999

Every picture tells a story, and paging through the Mix Master Directory under the New York headings provides an interesting snapshot of the New York

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Oct 01, 1999

At Ocean Way Recording, Slash was in Studio B with his new band, Snakepit, cutting tracks with producer Jack Douglas and engineer Jim Mitchell. The tunes,

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Oct 01, 1999

If you prowled Manhattan late at night in the early '80s, chances are you remember the John King and the Cats posters that were slapped on nearly every

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Sep 01, 1999

Skip Saylor caught the town by surprise with an announcement of the installation into his "back room," Studio B, of an SSL Axiom-MT digital console. Although

NY METRO REPORT

By Gary Eskow | Sep 01, 1999

If you want to build a studio in New York City that won't turn around and bite you in the bottom, there are issues besides sonic integrity to consider.

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

By Dan Daley | Sep 01, 1999

This column went monthly about two years ago, and if things keep popping like this, we may have to put out a weekly faxed edition. Last month I reported

L.A. GRAPEVINE

By Maureen Droney | Aug 01, 1999

In a nifty building just off the boardwalk in Venice, Horn of Zeus Music Production has set up shop. HOZ specializes in producing what they call "modern

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