Madison, WI (October 25, 2006)–Producer/engineer Jack LeTourneau and his E Labs Multimedia recently hosted Milwaukee group Fever Marlene for the tracking, mixing, and mastering of their upcoming CD Civil War. LeTourneau and Perry Blanchard are producing and engineering the album.
Eugene Smiles Project recently finished their debut album, Welcome To the New World, also recorded, mixed, and mastered by Blanchard and LeTourneau. Blanchard also mixed and mastered Mike Droho’s new solo album, The Alleged State of Self Actualization at E Labs and mixed and mastered Roster McCabe’s new project Contradicting Gravity.
Other projects LeTourneau and Blanchard recently engineered at E Labs include Louke Patenoude’s The Optimistic, SULCO’s debut album, Don’t Stop The Carnival–which they also produced, and the compilation for Madison Area Music Awards (MAMA) winners, Jam Packed: Music for the Mobile Lifestyle Volume #1.
Currently tracking at E Labs are The Selfish Gene, working on their next full-length album, Leo Sidran, laying down tracks for Spanish singer/songwriter Ana Laan, and Tommy Ford’s new group Tommyford.
Meanwhile, E Labs’ new remote truck E Mobile, featuring a 48-channel SSL AWS 900+ console, recently captured legendary blues artist Carlos Johnson “Live at Chicago’s Blues on Halsted” for the Japanese P-Vine label. Produced by Masaki Rush, the two-day concert was recorded and mixed by LeTourneau with assistant engineering provided by Blanchard. Video Production was by Freydesign Productions Chicago, IL; the project was directed by Frey Hoffman.
E-Mobile was also busy live recording, mixing and mastering rockers Nonpoint, Dope, Crossfade, and Soil for “94.1 WJJO Band Camp 2006” for podcast. Produced by 94.1 WJJO’s Randy Hawk and LeTourneau. E Labs and E-Mobile also recorded, mixed and mastered a DVD/CD of the 2006 LaunchPad Competition for podcasting on Broadjam.com and for a future compilation. LaunchPad is a 12-group statewide high school battle-of-the-bands competition (sponsored by the Wisconsin Foundation for School Music, the Wisconsin School Music Association, E labs Multimedia, and Broadjam). LeTourneau and Blanchard engineered the project, and LeTourneau co-produced it with One Ten Productions’ Dennis Graham.
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