Santa Fe, NM (July 1, 2005)–Last month at Stepbridge Studios, Randy Travis recorded tracks for his forthcoming Warner Brothers release in Studio A with producer Kyle Lehning, and engineer Casey Wood driving the SSL and Neve consoles. Meanwhile, owner and chief engineer, Tim Stroh, along with Stepbridge engineers Michael Chavez and Andrew Click were busy recording and mixing 30 regional bands for the annual “Rock Outside the Box” compilation on the Albuquerque label Socyermom Records.
Also in Studio A, Gordon Schaffer, a.k.a DJ Free of Soulfood Records and Jack Clift with his group, Jadoo, teamed up to mix tracks for their upcoming release. Recent sessions in Studio B include, Gene Hackman for Lowe’s and Oppenheimer Funds, CSI Miami, Ali McGraw, Simon and Schuster, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, and the soon to be released Steven Spielberg mini-series, Into the West.
Offering its extensive collection of vintage analog gear, including Neumann, Telefunken, and Pultec, teamed with an SSL G-series console, Neve BCM-10 sidecar, and Pro Tools Mix 3, Stepbridge Studios has been an in-demand Southwest recording spot for nearly two decades.