Weed, CA (August 4, 2006)–Producer Ross Robinson returned to RadioStar Studios with the band Norma Jean, recording their latest for Tooth & Nail Records, with Ryan Boesch engineering and Kale Holmes assisting in Studio A. Tooth & Nail will also release the latest Showbread record, produced by RadioStar owner and producer/engineer Sylvia Massy Shivy and Rich Veltrop on RadioStar’s classic Neve 8038 console.
The seven-member Showbread also shot a music video with director Richard Valdez on the stage of The Weed Palace, the Art Deco Vaudevillian theater in which Radio Star Studios is located.
RadioStar’s new Studio C with the classic Trident Series 80 consoleRadioStar also recently opened its new Studio C, featuring a classic Trident 80 Series console and Pro Tools HD system. According to RadioStar, the studio’s newly acquired AEA R84 ribbon mic is going through its paces with amazing results. “The mic is especially useful for backing vocals and acoustic guitar, and has a smooth crisp character,” says the RadioStar team.
Norwegian all-girl dark rock group, Furia, recorded at RadioStar recently as well, with lead vocalist Stine Solvor singing her parts through a Telefunken U47. Kale Holmes produced with Massy Shivy.
And, Los Angeles group Apex Theory came to mix tracks with Veltrop in Studio A. Their upcoming album will be released and supported by System Of A Down drummer, John Dolmayan. Tripdavon recorded their debut album at RadioStar with Jim Wood and Massy Shivy producing. Wood is best known as one of the founding members of Dishwalla.