Madison, WI (May 26, 2006)–The Selfish Gene recently tracked a new single at E Labs Multimedia, for E Labs Compilation Vol. II. Trinity James & the Big Bad have also been at E Labs recording an upcoming EP with producer/engineers Jack LeTourneau and Perry Blanchard. LeTourneau opened E Labs in the Fall of 2005, after 20 years engineering in Chicago studios. The facility, developed by LeTourneau, Robert Corbit, Bruce and Jerry Neviaser, was built with a focus on 5.1 surround, and houses a Digidesign Pro Tools HD system, Control 24, and JBL LSR 6328 monitors with a 6312 sub.
E Labs Multimedia also hosted production on the new album from Eugene Smiles Project, with Blanchard producing and LeTourneau and Blanchard engineering. Chicago group Seven Day Run finalized their album, What Drives, at E Labs. Letourneau produced and engineered the single “True Love Rise.” Also, Find Cherry is now in the studio recording their new album project, with LeTourneau producing and engineering with Blanchard.
In other recent sessions, The Midwesterners were in laying tracks for their new release Ridin’ With Chuck for Darlingtone Records, with producer Richard Wiegel and engineer Mark Haines
E Labs is also sponsoring the “Local Stage” radio show for Madison, WI rock station 94.1 WJJO. And LeTourneau recently composed and recorded a score and 5.1 mix for NASA’s IBEX Space project Timespace, The Infinite Adventure, an original digital full dome show at Chicago’s Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum.
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