L-R: tennis great/host Andre Agassi with engineer Scott Peets and bass player Nathan East
AGASSI'S GRAND SLAM FOR KIDS
Remote facility Design FX recorded the Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children at the MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas). The event benefits the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation, which funds Boys and Girls Clubs, scholarships and more. Engineer Scott Peets and crew — Tim McColm, Jeff Shannon and Richard Landers — captured performances by Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20, Tony Bennett and Jerry Seinfeld.
Yeah, Yeah Yeah were in Sear Sound (NYC) mixing with producer/engineer Nick Launay. The Killers were in with engineer Alan Moulder and co-producer Flood…Avatar Studios (NYC) hosted Stanley Jordan, recording with producer Al Pryor, engineer Todd Whitelock and assistant Colin Suzuki.
Hank Neuberger's latest Springboard Productions (Chicago) project was a live Webcast and HD video production of two Dave Matthews Band shows at the Military Academy at West Point. Neuberger worked with filmmaker Danny Clinch and engineer John Harris, who recorded the audio from Effanel's L7 truck.
Studio 880 (Oakland, CA) hosted the first sessions of R&B supergroup TGT (Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank), who recorded vocals for an industry demo with engineer Brad Kobylczak. Session drummer/producer Brain Mantia laid down drum tracks for an upcoming Bootsy Collins release…At Laughing Tiger Studios (San Rafael, CA), Nicci Nix was writing, tracking and mixing for an upcoming release with producer/engineer Ari Rios.
Rob Chiarelli tracked and mixed a new album from Paula Abdul at Ollywood Studios (Hollywood), which was produced by Oliver Leiber…The Village continues to host sessions for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Ariana Morgenstern produced the Swell Season, featuring The Frames' Glen Hansard and Czech pianist Marketa Irglova. Ghian Wright engineered and Vanessa Parr assisted.
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