Recording

Track Sheet, September 2008

Read Mix Report on New Recording Sessions Across the United States 9/01/2008 8:00 AM Eastern

Ron Sexsmith in Egrem 101 Studios, Havana, Cuba
Photo: Tia Terefe

Joe's Pub and one at L.A.'s Largo. The album, likewise, was made in a variety of locations. Produced by Martin Terefe, the release was recorded by a cast of several — Dyre Gromsen, Terefe, Jose-Raul Varonay, George Tandero, Iain Hill, Baeho Shin — in Egrem 101 (Havana, Cuba), Kensaltown Recording (London), Quad (NYC) and Little Big Room (Nashville)…Electric Lady (NYC) studio manager Lee Foster informs us that in-demand rock producer/engineer Rich Costey (NIN, Rage Against the Machine, Weezer, Fiona Apple) has booked the studio's C room as his semi-private studio. The room will only be booked by other commercial clients when Costey is out of town, and it will take delivery of a Neve console. More details on the board and projects to come later in the year…Lots of jazz session work going on at Avatar Studios (NYC) this summer: Anat Cohen self-produced in the studio's C room; James Farber engineered and Brian Montgomery assisted. In Studio A, the Paul Motian Trio 2000+Two worked with producer Stefan Winter, engineer Adrian von Ripka and assistant Rick Kwan. Tia Fuller also recorded in A with producer Al Pryor, engineer Todd Whitelock and assistant Kwan…Alternative Nashville group Lambchop split production duties for their latest, OH (ohio), between Mark Nevers and Roger Moutenot. Moutenot recorded in House of David (assisted by Adan Bednarik) and mixed at Blackbird (assisted by Mark Petaccia). Nevers recorded and mixed at The Beech House. The album, which is being mastered by Jim Demain at Yes Master, comes out this October on Merge Records…Sony Taiwan vocalist Joanna Wang co-produced her new album, The Adult Storybook, with Bing Wang in Mad Dog Studios (Burbank, CA). Mad Dog staffer Eric Corne not only engineered the sessions, but also put together a session band including guitarist/violinist Freddy Koella, drummer Brian MacLeod, bassist Paul Bushnell and keyboardist Roger Joseph Manning Jr…Former Sepultura frontman Max Cavalera brought his band SoulFly to The Porch Studio (Orlando, FL) to record a new release with producer/engineer Tim Lau of LauD Productions. Lau says the project was a real high point for him: “I've listened to heavy music my whole life,” he says. “Having Max bring the band here to create this album was truly an honor.”

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