Angwish completed their new album, All the Problems, at Catalyst Recording (Charlotte, N.C.) with producer/engineer Rob Tavaglione. From left: drummer Paul Robinson, frontman Brian Bielanski and bassist Rachel Malmberg.
Sound on Sound clients made their way to the studio's new home at Right Track Recording (NYC), where the two companies are now partnered. Corey Gunz tracked with producer Chucky Thompson and engineer Young Guru; Field Mob mixed with Kenji and Pat Viala; The Bosses tracked and mixed with K Boogie and Steve Bauman; Bossman mixed with Rockwilder and Viala; LL Cool J tracked and mixed with Keezo Kane and Young Guru; and Interscope/Aftermath mixed the 50 Cent movie soundtrack with Sha Money XL and Viala…Over at Avatar (NYC), Donald Harrison recorded for Nonesuch's Katrina Benefit Album. Joel Dorn produced, with Anthony Ruotolo engineering. Also at Avatar, Jay Newland produced an album for Nigel Kennedy; Lawrence Manchester tracked and edited music for the film Across the Universe; and Talking Heads held a listening party celebrating their new box set. For the Talking Heads gig, ELS Surround and Acura sponsored and drove two 5.1-equipped Acura sedans into the studio! Also, Travis came to track with producer Fran Healy and engineer Ross Petersen…Loho Studios (NYC) cranked out projects for Lindsay Lohan, in to record “I Want You to Want Me” with producer Butch Walker and engineer Russ T Cobb; Japanese rockers the Back Horn recorded their fifth album with engineers Joe Hogan and Gus Oberg…John Mayer and producer Ric Ocasek both visited The Cutting Room (NYC) for interviews with Matt Pinfield for HD Net broadcast. The interviews were filmed in Studio A. In Studio B, Carmen Electra contributed vocals to an Ultimate Hustla track, and Steve Greenwell recorded and mixed Susan Cagle's new release…At StarCity Recording Company (Bethlehem, PA), Nathan Lee Jackson and Bridges and a Bottle both tracked new albums with producers Jeff Glixman and Zack Rizvi, with engineer Carl Cadden-James.
At the Pass Studios (L.A.), Ryan Hewitt mixed the upcoming Red Hot Chili Peppers album for producer Rick Rubin…At Chalice, Signet Sound and Westlake Studios (all L.A.), Ross Hogarth worked on tracks for Josh Groban with producer Walter A. Hogarth later commuted to Venice to record Oliver Black for producer Michael Beinhorn.
Producer Obese Genius visited Boiler Room (Chicago) to master the new CD from The Dysmal with engineer Collin Jordan…Producer/engineer Jeff Taylor mixed tracks for hip hop artist Kardel at Madjef Studios (Minneapolis).
In addition to working on Angwish (pictured above), producer/engineer Rob Tavaglione worked on projects for Alex Mauldin and Dave Barry (aka DB) at Catalyst Recording (Charlotte, N.C.)…Edwin McCain is finishing tracks for his latest CD at the new OMG Studios (Greenville, SC) with producer Noel Golden and engineer Shawn Grove…Karian Studios (Nashville) is offering a discounted rate through February to CMA members — amenities and guest accommodations included. Call 615/230-4999 for details.
Vibe Committee just completed recording and mixing their album with SugarHill (Houston) senior staff engineer Steve Christensen.
Papa Mali finished a new album at Hyde Street's (S.F.) Studio C with producer Dan Prothro. Jolie Holland worked on a live and studio album with engineer Justin Phelps. Additional work was done at Tiny Telephone (S.F.)…One Union (S.F.) engineer Joaby Deal worked on a 15-second Comcast spot featuring the Dave Matthews Band for PBS HD. The spot was designed to show the contrast between normal and HDTV…SF Soundworks (S.F.), which recently popped in a second SSL 9000J, welcomed DJ Shadow, in producing mixes for Lateef and Q-Tip with engineers Count and Rachel Allgood; Joe Chiccarelli produced and mixed projects for Burden Brothers and Animators; producer Lee Townsend teamed with mix engineer Adam Munoz for a Jonah Smith album; and PC Muñoz produced a new album for Derek Lassiter, with Allgood and Justin Lieberman handling tracking and mixing duties.
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