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Miami Session News 2014

Gospel singer/contestant on The Voice Donna Allen worked on new material with producers Jeffrey Davis and Jody Hill (Allen also produced) and engineer Fredric Freeman

Oriente in Dungeon Recording Studio

Dungeon Recording Studio

Gospel singer/contestant on The Voice Donna Allen worked on new material with producers Jeffrey Davis and Jody Hill (Allen also produced) and engineer Fredric Freeman…Jazz group Oriente worked with producer Eddy Balzola and engineer Freeman…Peruvian rock band Campo de Almas worked with producer Jeffry Fischman and engineer Duane Baron…Rock band Romulus was with producers Henry Sosa, Daniel Fuenmayor, and Freeman (Freeman also engineered)…Haitian jazz artist Bemol Telfort worked with Freeman, who produced and engineered new material (Telfort also produced).

L to R: Clay Ostwald, Carlomagno Araya, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Federico Britos

Red Rock Studios

The studio’s Yamaha C7 has become the favorite of Miami pianists, according to Clay Ostwald, owner and founder of Red Rock and award-winning producer and keyboardist for Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine since 1986. There has been steady growth in acoustic jazz and classical recordings at the studio, which features Nuendo, Cubase, Logic and Pro Tools systems…Singer Khristian Dentley was in Studio A with engineer Clay Ostwald tracking new material for Take 6 in Studio A (Dentley also produced)… Jazz singer Cecile McLorin Salvant recorded a vocal session for Federico Britos’ CD in Studio A with Carlomagno Araya producing and Ostwald engineering…The Henry Mancini Institute String Quartet was in Studio A with Stephen James Guerra, Jr. producing and Ostwald engineering…Brazilian pop group P9 was in Studio B working on a pre-production session, with Keithin “Mizzle” Jamal Pittman producing and Dorian Reyes engineering…Trinity McCray was in Studio B working on pre-production for Total Divas music, with Reyes producing and engineering…Timmy Thomas and Alana Joy recorded a remake of Thomas’ classic hit “Why Can’t We Live Together” in Studio B, with Reyes producing and engineering…Lindsey Blair Quartet tracked and mixed A New Dawn in Studio A, with Blair and Ostwald producing and Ostwald engineering.


Noisematch Studios

Pop singer Claudia Ray worked on “Alive” with Alex J. producing and engineering…Alex J. tracked Latin Grammy-nominee and urban/reggaeton artist Farruko, Latin Grammy-nominee and reggaeton singer J. Balvin, and Mexican pop band La Santa Cecilia for Terra Live Music sessions…Jazz-fusion group Aaron Lebos Reality tracked guitars, bass, keys and drums with Alex J. engineering and the band self-producing…Latin pop artist Alex Miró worked on his Elemental EP, with Alex J. producing and engineering.

The Panic Room Studios

Cumbia group Kumbia All Starz, Grammy-nominated pop singer Cristian Castro, Mexican pop singer Verónica Castro, bandleader/salsa and bolero singer Gilberto Santa Rosa, singer-songwriter Jon Secada, guitarist/singer/composer José Feliciano, and Marciano Cantero (lead singer/bassist for Los Enanitos Verdes) were all in the studio recently working on material, with AB Quintanilla and studio owner Luigi Giraldo producing, and Giraldo also engineering…Producers Yarka Miller and Giraldo worked on Navidad Con Amigos for the Telemundo Network and Nuestra Belleza Latina for Univision Networks (Giraldo also engineered both projects)…Singer-songwriter/musician Jencarlos Canela worked on material with producers Julka Brothers and Julio Reyes and engineer Andres Bermudez.