Head Automatica ODB Lay Tracks At The Cutting Room

New York, NY (September 8, 2004)--Independent singer/songwriter Cheryl Engelhardt locked out The Cutting Room's Studio A to track and mix her debut record due out in November. Joe Nardone engineered the sessions with assistant Anthony Gallo. Warner Brothers artists Head Automatica and Tynisha Kelli both visited the Cutting Room this month as well. Old Dirty Bastard dropped by to track vocals for Tynisha's record, with Nardone and Steve Schopp engineering.
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New York, NY (September 8, 2004)--Independent singer/songwriter Cheryl Engelhardt locked out The Cutting Room's Studio A to track and mix her debut record due out in November. Joe Nardone engineered the sessions with assistant Anthony Gallo. Warner Brothers artists Head Automatica and Tynisha Kelli both visited the Cutting Room this month as well. Old Dirty Bastard dropped by to track vocals for Tynisha's record, with Nardone and Steve Schopp engineering.

Producer Curt Frasca (Avril Lavigne) and engineer David "Dibs" Shackney spent a few days in Studio A mixing the single for artist Samantha Moore's debut release on Geffen. Rob Fillmore assisted. And, Geffen artist Mos Def returned to finish up tracks for his new record entitled The New Danger due out October 12th. Dylan Margerum engineered the sessions in Studio A.

The Presidents Of The United States Of America visited the Cutting Room for a live performance/interview for online entertainment site Underground Online (www.ugo.com). Rapper KaySlay has been busy working on his new record with contributions from Buck Wild, DJ Envy, Kid Capree, La La and Remy Martin. Schopp has been engineering the sessions.

Also seeing time at The Cutting Room this month were independent rock artists Orange Park, Martin Mitchell and R&B vocalist Dutchess.

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