Aberdeen, SD (September 23, 2005)–Aberdeen Recording Studios has been busy recently with some home-grown projects, with producer/engineer Tim Andersen completing a few Aberdeen Originals releases, slated to come out this Fall. Albums by rock band Quarter to Nine, singer/songwriter Sierra Dawn, and country singer/songwriter Justin Haigh were all recorded and mixed at Aberdeen, using its Neve 88R console.
Pictured are (l-r): Seated–producer/engineer Tim Andersen and songwriter Janet Preus. Standing–singer/songwriter Justin Haigh and assistant engineer Gordy Zens.
Quarter to Nine recorded at Aberdeen through its Neve 88R console to 2″ 827 Studer Gold and 1/2″ Studer A820 machines. Justin Haigh tracked to Pro Tools HD3 through the Neve 88R console. Gordy Zens assisted Andersen on Haigh’s album, which was mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Los Angeles.
Aberdeen Recording Studios