Wildwood, NJ (September 28, 2005)–Rose Lane Studios East has hired a new chief engineer, Gordon Rice. The former chief engineer at Sigma Sound, Rice signed on in June; his recent credits include Broadway artist Randal Keith’s Life Has Been Good To Me, contemporary Christian act Unspoken’s Your Secret’s Safe With Me and several regional EP’s for emerging Philadelphia bands. In other Rose Lane news, next month will see the opening of Rose Lane Studios West; soon after that Rose Lane will be opening Girlie Studios in Los Angeles.
Rice’s past credits include work with The Roots, Mya, Gerald Levert, Patti LaBelle, the O’Jays, David Bowie, Bob Dylan and k.d. lang. He brings nearly 30 years of experience in rock, R&B, hip-hop and gospel music to the studio in addition to 13 years of technical experience and training on nearly every recording platform.
In still other news, Rose Lane has added to its monitor collection (which includes products from Quested, Dynaudio Acoustics, Genelec and NHT Audio); Carl Tatz of Carl Tatz Design will be coming in to tune the room in October.
Designed by Michael Cronin, Roselane features a Sony DMX-R100 Console, Pro Tools, and an Otari MX-80. The studio utilizes five digital formats including Pro Tools, RADAR 24, Nuendo, Logic, and Digital Performer and offers outboard gear from Manley, Summit, API, Great River, Neumann, D.W. Fearn, and Empirical Labs plus much more. Along with recording gear, Roselane East has an extensive mic list; including a wide variety of vintage mics, available by request from Blackbird Studio in Nashville, TN.
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