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Classical piano virtuoso Lang Lang tracked the score for the upcoming feature film Project Chopin (Breakthru Films) in Studio A at Clinton Recording (NYC)

Stratosphere chief engineer Geoff Sanoff (left) with Keith Urban

Classical piano virtuoso Lang Lang tracked the score for the upcoming feature film Project Chopin (Breakthru Films) in Studio A at Clinton Recording (NYC) with engineer Ed Rak. Also completed at Clinton was Joshua Bell‘s new album, At Home With Friends; Richard King engineered the tracks, which include guest artists Marvin Hamlisch and Dave Grusin. Sting used Studios A and B to record his new album, If on a Winter’s Night, with engineer Dave Darlington and producer Bob Sadin…UMG/Verve artist Nellie McKay recorded an album of songs made famous by Doris Day. McKay self-produced, working with engineer James Farber and assistant Chris Allen in Sear Sound (NYC) Studio A. Walter Sear‘s place also hosted Scissor Sisters, tracking a new album with Allen engineering and Stuart Price producing; David Schoenwetter assisted. Sean Lennon and Yuka Honda produced a new album for Yoko Ono in Studio C, also with Allen and Schoenwetter. And engineer Joel Moss recorded Diane Reeves for an upcoming Charles Aznavour album…Keith Urban was in Studio A of Stratosphere Sound to record vocals for a duet on Emily West’s upcoming album. Chief engineer Geoff Sanoff tracked the session. Also at Stratosphere, Courtney Love recorded vocals with staff engineer Arjun Agerwala; Adam Franklin (formerly of Swervedriver) tracked songs for his new band, The Bolts of Melody, with Agerwala engineering in Studio A; and studio co-owner James Iha worked on a remix for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs with engineers Geoff Sanoff and Agerwala.

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