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Bud Scoppa

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Jeff Bhasker’s Amazing Year

>In 2012, producer/songwriter Jeff Bhasker turned over a new leaf, as his run of hits with top R&B/hip hop artists—including Alicia Keys’ “Try Sleeping...

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Another Green Day for Mark Isham

Mark Isham’s five-acre estate is spread over rolling countryside in the horse-centric West Valley community of Hidden Hills. The renowned film composer’s daily commute...

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L.A. Grapevine, January 2010

A recent addition to the A-list of mix engineers, Joe Zook is on a roll, having scored chart-topping singles and albums with OneRepublic, Katy...

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L.A. Grapevine, December 2009

For years, as I made the daily commute from Studio City to Hollywood through the Cahuenga Pass, I drove past the iconic mid-century building...

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L.A. Grapevine

On a hazy late-summer afternoon, I pull into the parking lot of California Sound Studios in Lake Forest, 60 miles south of my 'hood....

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L.A. Grapevine, July 2009

During the past two decades, the words studio bau:ton have become synonymous with a readily identifiable style of recording studio design: airy, functional,

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Getting Paid

THERE ARE MORE OUTLETS THAN EVER FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, BUT WHERE'S THE MONEY?

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L.A. Grapevine, May 2008

More and more L.A.-based rock producers, engineers and mixers are doing projects in Nashville studios these days, not only because Music City boasts a

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L.A. Grapevine, March 2008

Talking about gear in L.A. is like being at a muscle-car convention, quips Thom Monahan. A friend of mine once commented that there are...

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