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Blair Jackson

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In the Studio With Sam Cooke

(Editor’s note: The following was adapted from our October 1997 “Classic Tracks” column about the recording of “Bring It on Home to Me.”) In...

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Hulk

On the final day of April, the Technology Building at Skywalker Ranch is buzzing with activity, as post-production work on director Ang Lee’s eagerly...

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Richie Moore, 1948-2003

The audio world lost another great one on February 16, when Richard Dr. Richie Moore died in his Orcas Island, Wash., home at the...

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A Fine Mess

“There must be some way out of here,” said the joker to the thief “There’s too much confusion, I can’t get no relief…” —...

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45TH Grammy Awards

As we like to do every year, we're taking a moment to tip our hats to some of the engineers and producers who have...

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TOM DOWD, 1925-2002

The recording world lost one of its true giants when legendary engineer, producer and audio innovator Tom Dowd succumbed to emphysema on October 27...

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George Harrison, 1943-2001

George Harrison: He Was Fab In the endless post-mortems about George Harrison, I keep reading about his "disastrous" 1974 tour of America. That’s not

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Aero Smith

It's a measure of just how far Aerosmith has left behind its image as 70s bad boys that they were asked to be part...

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43rd Grammy Awards

A Salute to the Tech Winners This is supposed to be the Age of Choice in the world of cable/satellite TV. So how come...

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Paul Simon

Besides being one of the acknowledged greats of American pop songwriting, PAUL SIMON is also a master producer, arranger and recordmaker who has consistently

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MASTER HOUSE

Over the past few years, Miami has emerged as one of the top second-tier recording scenes in the country - a nexus for homegrown...

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A RIGHTEOUS RETURN

It's been five years since the release of Joan Osborne's Top 10, multi-Platinum, major-label debut album, Relish, and three since she got off the...

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A FOCUS ON THE BASICS

Over the past three decades, Sheffield Audio-Video Productions has quietly grown into one of the most successful multimedia production operations in the

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M WORKS RULES BOSTON

FACILITY SPOTLIGHT Over the past eight years, Jonathan Wyner's Cambridge, Mass., M Works mastering studio has established itself as the one of the top

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BOB WEIR AND RATDOG

ADVENTURES IN THE DOGHOUSE This time it was going to be different. Bob Weir, the former Grateful Dead guitarist/singer, was going to work quickly...

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6 VIEWS ON 5.1

ADVENTURES IN SURROUND MIXING Everybody in the industry seems to be talking about 5.1, but how many engineers out there are actually doing surround...

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WGBH: LIVE ON THE WEB

Boston's WGBH stations are among the most active public stations in the country in terms of producing original programming, which includes concert broadcasts

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moe.: L (Fatboy)

Call 'em a jam band, a groove band, whatever-moe. mostly plays really long (10- to 20-minute), highly rhythmic jams loaded with lots of lead...

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PROJECT STuDIO PROJECTS

The tip-off that Marshall Crenshaw recorded his latest CD, enigmatically titled #447, in his own project room is the name of the studio in...

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