In the May “Coast to Coast,” the “New York Metro” misidentified personnel at Sound on Sound. Fred Samalin should have been Rich Samalin and Cynthia Davis should have read Cynthia Daniels.
In the “NAMM Report” (June, 2001), Bruce Davies' name was misspelled.
In the June “Class of 2001” feature, we ran an incorrect photo for Bogart Recording. Here is the correct photo of the room, with text:
This new studio in North Miami, Fla., opened in March 2000, was acoustically designed by Andy Munro of Munro Associates and Dave Malekpour of Pro Audio Design. The live room's 16-foot ceilings, stone walls and hardwood floors welcome the likes of the Backstreet Boys, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan, KISS and Prince. The control room is based around a 56-input SSL 4000 G Series console and two Otari RADAR II 24-bit digital recorders (48 tracks). Monitoring is through custom Dynaudio C4A and M1 near-fields. The studio is also equipped with Pro Tools 5.1 with Pro Control (64 tracks) and Apogee AD/DA conversion, as well as a healthy array of outboard gear.
Also in the “Class of 2001,” the caption for Studio Atlantis incorrectly identified the console. The room, which housed a Neve, now features an SSL 9080 J Series console that was installed in June 2001.
In last month's NAB 2001 coverage, the caption for the Soundtracs D4 was misidentified.
Mix regrets the errors.