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SOUTHEAST Donna the Buffalo laid down tracks at Blackbird Studios (Nashville) and Echo Mountain (Asheville, NC) with producer/engineer Joe BlaneyProducer/engineer


Donna the Buffalo laid down tracks at Blackbird Studios (Nashville) and Echo Mountain (Asheville, NC) with producer/engineer Joe Blaney…Producer/engineer Khalifani and drum tech Tony Adams were in Tree Sound Studios (Norcross, GA) with alt-rock band Fervor working on the band's debut album for Khalifani's Kraftwerx Music label.


Former Buddy Holly guitarist Tommy Allsup was in Studio VMR (Brookfield, IL) producing tracks for singer/guitarist Johnny Rogers with Don Griffin engineering…At Up on the Roof Recording (Lombard, IL), owner/engineer Mark Blas recorded the latest release by local band Mitch & The Polecats.


Grammy winner Mick Guzauski mixed Mig in his own Barking Doctor Studios (Mt. Kisco, NY) with producers Matthew Wilder and Rob Mathes…At Avatar (NYC), Counting Crows were in recording with producer Gil Norton, engineer Steve Mazur and assistant Peter Doris, and Joshua Redman tracked with engineer James Farber and assistant Brian Montgomery…Nolan Neal's latest Virgin Records release was mixed by Mario McNulty at Allaire Studios (NYC)…Singer/songwriter Linda Thompson was in Dubway Studio's (NYC) Yellow Room cutting a track written for her by Rufus Wainright. Dubway chief engineer Jason Marcucci recorded, and Ed Haber produced…Pilot Recording (NYC) hosted singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin, recording overdubs and mixing her latest Nonesuch Records release with producer/mixer John Leventhal and assistant Matt Shane…At Loho Studios (NYC), Nicole Atkins recorded Columbia Records debut with producer (and multitalented punk pioneer) Lenny Kaye. Emory Dobyns engineered…Mountain recorded and mixed a new album at Showplace Studios (Dover, NJ) with engineer/producer Ben Elliott…Al DiMeola is tracking for an upcoming Telarc release in his home studio with engineer Lester Lovell. John Patitucci, Chick Corea, Barry Miles and Steve Gadd also contributed to the album…Lawrence Manchester recorded Elvis Costello, Odetta, New Birth Brass Band, Bill Cosby, Will Calhoun and Ron Carter and Friends live at the Apollo Theater (NYC) for the Concord Records album A Great Night in Harlem using the Remote Recording Services (NYC) truck…At Threshold Music (NYC), Kids in the Way tracked with engineer/producer Kato Khandwala…Bridges in a Bottle recorded and mixed Trojan Horse at StarCity Recording (Bethlehem, PA) with producers Jeff Glixman and Zack Rizvi, and engineer Carl Cadden-James.


At Rudy's Lair (Bothell, WA), engineer Ivan Schwartz mastered a new album for Seattle-area artists Zero Tapestry…In his Nettleingham Audio facility (Vancouver, WA), Kevin Nettleingham mastered releases for Portland artists Fatecage, Tony Green Orchestra, Headless Human Clones, Stan Lessard, Silentist and Ray Ottoboni.


San Antonio, Texas, rockers Rose of Jericho were in Razor's Edge Sound (Austin) tracking and mixing an upcoming album with producer Kevin Hamilton…Fried Ice Cream were in Tierra Studios (Houston) recording the song “Peace in the Valley,” and rapper Da Menace mixed and mastered his new song “H-Town Chick”; both acts were engineered by Aaron Morris.


The Heavens' debut on Epitaph was mixed at Paramount Studios (Hollywood) by engineer Ryan Hewitt and producer Ben Lovett…Hewitt also worked at The Pass, mixing a Pepper album produced by Tony Kanal, Paul Leary and Nick Hexum…Ziggy Marley was in Boogie Motel (Woodland Hills) with engineer/mixer/co-producer Ross Hogarth…At indie mastering studio Sound Bites Dog (L.A.), engineer Hans DeKline mastered releases from Mondo Generator and Minor Canon…POP Sound (Santa Monica) prepared Dolby Digital surround mixes for two cinema spots promoting Microsoft's new game platform, Xbox 360. Peter Rincon helmed the recording and mix sessions…Ocean Way's (Hollywood) Studio D hosted award-winning mixer Steve Kempster, who was in mixing the score for PU-239 (HBO); the music was composed by Abel Korzeniowski…Lyle Lovett's double-bassist for the past dozen years, Viktor Krauss stepped into Studio A at Sound Factory (L.A.) to work on his second solo record; Jason Lehning handled engineering and mixing duties, while Lee Townsend produced. Session musicians Dean Parks (guitar) and Matt Chamberlain (drums) were on hand.

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