Doppler Studios engineer Michael Hastie gets the SSL 4000E/G console ready for a session in Studio E.
Doppler Studios (Atlanta) hosted vocal sessions with none other than Whitney Houston, whose first album since 2002 is set for release this year. Producing and composing in the studio with Houston was Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Johnta Austin. Aaron Holton engineered and Lloyd Cooper assisted. Other recent sessions at Doppler include Soulja Boy writing and producing his own tracks, engineered by Rick de Varona and assistant Cooper…Still channeling Billie Holiday, Madeleine Peyroux recorded her latest in Avatar (NYC) Studio B with producer Larry Klein, engineer Brian Montgomery and assistant Fernando Lodeiro…Rob Tavaglione produced and engineered tracks for Carmona's next album…Former NYC engineer Pier Giacalone has relocated his studio to Hope, Penn. First projects in his new digs include mastering for Philadelphia-based band TJ Kong and the Atom Bomb…In his Skip's Place (Northridge, CA) studio, Skip Saylor worked with fellow engineer Ian Blanch, mixing releases for singer/songwriter Adjoa Skinner and Mike Corrado…Ted Wulfers visited Mad Dog Studios (Burbank, CA) to record tracks for his upcoming CD. Wulfers co-produced with David Rieley, and Eric Corne engineered.
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