Evanesence Mixes New Album at Ocean Way

Hollywood, CA (May 2, 2006)--Multi-Platinum band Evanescence recently recorded overdubs and mixed their upcoming album in Ocean Way's Studio D, equipped with the Neve 88R console and totally extensive collection of vintage outboard gear and microphones.
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Hollywood, CA (May 2, 2006)--Multi-Platinum band Evanescence recently recorded overdubs and mixed their upcoming album in Ocean Way's Studio D, equipped with the Neve 88R console and totally extensive collection of vintage outboard gear and microphones.
Pictured are (l-r): Terry Balsamo (standing), guitar; Jeremy Parker, Pro Tools engineer; Amy Lee, vocals, piano; Wesley Seidman, assistant engineer; Dave Fortman, producer/engineer. Photo by David Goggin.The project was helmed by producer/engineer Dave Fortman, who produced and recorded Evanesence's 2003 album Fallen, which has been certified 6x Platinum, spent 43 weeks in the Billboard Top Ten and has sold over 12 million copies worldwide. The new Evanescence album, The Open Door, is on the Wind-Up Records label and will be released on October 3.

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