New York, NY (March 3, 2004)–The beginning of 2004 featured a healthy mix of labels and artists in all of Sound On Sound’s four rooms. Studio B, featuring an SSL 9072 J console, hosted Columbia rapper Kay Slay, in mixing with engineer Brian Stanley, and Def Jam artist Ghostface mixing with producer Knottz and engineer Guru. Rock group 3 Doors Down also recently worked in Studio B, mixing with Brian Sperber, and Elektra hip-hop artist Free mixed with producer Bink! and engineer Tom Soares.
Highlights in the SSL 9072 J-equipped Studio A include artists Wonderful Town tracking and mixing with producer Hugh Fordin and engineer Cynthia Daniels, Lake Effect Mud tracking with engineer Eric Enjem, Ryan Leslie mixing with engineer Paul Logus, and Ali Vegas mixing with Ryan Leslie producing and Logus engineering.
The Sony Oxford-equipped Studio C welcomed some Def Jam artists, with Young Gunz tracking an upcoming release with Bink! producing and Stanley engineering, and Johnson Family Project tracking with producer Joe Brim and engineer Richard Furch. Also, Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (Def Jam /Roc A Fella) worked in Studio C, tracking with producer Tone Hooker and Furch engineering.
Highlights in the Digidesign Pro Tools HD4-equipped Studio D include Gospel artist Fred Hammond mixing with producer Supe and engineer Kevin Jackson, and Method Man (Def Jam) tracking with producer Rockwilder, and engineers Furch and Sam Branch.
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