Avatar Studios Reports on April 2011 Sessions

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Avatar Studios in New York City recently announced several notable sessions that took place during the month of April.

Ingrid Michaelson was in Studio A recording for an upcoming release with producer David Kahne; engineer Roy Hendrickson was assisted by Fernando Lodeiro.

Elvis Costello recorded a song for a film in Studio B with engineer Kevin Killen, assisted by Aki Nishimura.

Nick Swisher was in Studio C recording an album for kids with producer Loren Harriet and engineer Danny Bernini, assisted by Tim Marchiafava.

Lionel Richie and Jennifer Nettles recorded a duet in Studio C with producer/engineer Nathan Chapman, assisted by Aki Nishimura.

VHS or Beta was in Studio G mixing with engineer Martin Brumbach, assisted by Fernando Lodeiro.

The Gaddabouts were recording in Studio A with producer/drummer Steve Gadd, engineer Andy Smith, and assistant engineer Bob Mallory.

The Gaddabouts, led by Steve Gadd (left), in Avatar's Studio A

Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks recorded with Regina Spektor in Studio A for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Stewart Lerman produced and engineered, assisted by Bob Mallory.

The cast album for Baby It’s You was recorded in Studio A with producer Richard Perry; Frank Filipetti engineered, assisted by Charlie Kramsky.

Promotional ads for People In The Picture were recorded in Studio A with producer Andrew Eisenhower, engineer Robert Smith assisted by Bob Mallory.

Promotional ads for Catch Me If You Can were recorded in Studio C with producer Scott Riesett, engineer Todd Whitelock, and assistant engineer Tim Marchiafava.

The Brad Mehldau Trio recorded in Studio B with producer Brad Mehldau, engineer James Farber, and assistant engineer Fernando Lodeiro.

Producer/artist Christian McBride mixed recordings of the Christian McBride Big Band in Studio C with engineer Joe Ferla, assisted by Fernando Lodeiro.

Theo Croker was recording in Studio A with producer Dee Dee Bridgewater, engineer Anthony Ruotolo, and assistant engineer Bob Mallory.

Finally, the Columbia University/ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop took place during the first week of April. Film scores for four short films were recorded in Studio C and mixed in Studio G. Alex Steyermark produced with engineer Jason Stasium, assisted by Fernando Lodeiro and Tyler Hartman.

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