In Avatar’s Studio A, from left: Avatar general manager Tino Passante, engineer/co-producer Niko Bolas, Neil Young, an unidentified videographer and Darrell Brown.
Avatar Studios in New York City reports that during July 2007, Bob Clearmountain mixed the Rolling Stones’ live tracks for iTunes in Studio G, assisted by Brian Montgomery. Neil Young recorded the Young People’s Chorus for his upcoming album in Studio A; Young produced with Niko Bolas engineering and co-producing, assisted by Colin Suzuki.
Russ Elevado mixed tracks for D’Angelo in Studio G, assisted by Justin Gerrish. Source music for the upcoming Ang Lee film, Lust, Caution was recorded in Studio C by Avatar’s Anthony Ruotolo, assisted by Rick Kwan; David Lee produced.
In Studio A, AOL Latino conducted a video shoot and recording featuring Boy Wonder, Joelle Ortiz, Tony Sunshine and Fat Joe, which were produced by Nick Buzzell. The engineer was Greg Thompson, assisted by Rick Kwan and David Tolomei. Also, engineer/producer Joel Moss recorded the Love Musik cast album, assisted by Colin Suzuki and Aki Nishimura.
Gonzalo Rubalcaba mixed an upcoming album in Studio B with Jim Anderson. Ken Blaydow produced, assisted by Brian Montgomery. Finally, Jane Ira Bloom produced and mixed an upcoming album in Studio B with Anderson, assisted by Montgomery.
In Fred Kevorkian’s mastering suite, Kevorkian mastered Kelly Rowland’s single, “Unity.” He also mastered Phish’s upcoming album from a show recorded in Dayton, Ohio, in December 1997, as well as albums by Blood on the Wall and Juniper Lane.
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