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Heavy Traffic Through ZACs Stonehenge

Atlanta, GA (April 12, 2004)--Grammy winning producer/engineer Dave Fortman recently camped out in ZAC's Stonehenge Studio to mix the upcoming 12 Stones release for Wind Up records. Digidesign Pro Tools wiz Jeremy Parker clicked and dragged, and Kelly 'Dred' Liebelt assisted. Also in Stonehenge recently were Atlanta rockers The Hiss, tracking for their follow-up release of 2003's Panic Movement, for Universal/Loog. Producer Mike Patterson drove the ship with engineering and assistance by 'Dred'.
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Atlanta, GA (April 12, 2004)--Grammy winning producer/engineer Dave Fortman recently camped out in ZAC's Stonehenge Studio to mix the upcoming 12 Stones release for Wind Up records. Digidesign Pro Tools wiz Jeremy Parker clicked and dragged, and Kelly 'Dred' Liebelt assisted. Also in Stonehenge recently were Atlanta rockers The Hiss, tracking for their follow-up release of 2003's Panic Movement, for Universal/Loog. Producer Mike Patterson drove the ship with engineering and assistance by 'Dred'.

Persian Records artist Uni-Verse (aka Keino) also just wrapped up mixing on a new record in Stonhenge. The cuts were tracked in ZAC A with Carlos Fonseca, TCash and Wes Copeland, and 'Dred' mixed them all in Stonehenge.

A new rock band, Lost In Rome, recorded tracks in Stonehenge recently for an upcoming release with JimZ and 'Dred' sharing engineering duties. Finally, engineer/producer Morgan Garcia of Solid Grip continued tracking in Stonhenge for a Midway Sports video game NBA Ballout, with music created by Phife Dog (A Tribe Called Quest) and produced by Rasta Root. Garcia also engineered several tracks produced by Jazze Pha with artists Native, Goodfella and Slick and Rose.

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