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William Lucas Leona Naess Working at Dubway Studios

New York, NY (October 24, 2005)--Jazz artist William Lucas was in Dubway Studios' Yellow Room recording songs for his new album recently with the legendary Buddy Williams on drums, Bob Baldwin on piano and Paul Nowinski playing bass. Dubway engineer Mike Presta tracked the session. MCA recording artist Leona Naess brought in her new album for mixing with Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns. The British singer/songwriter has been touring with Nickel Creek, who's Chris Thile dropped in to add some mandolin on a song.
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New York, NY (October 24, 2005)--Jazz artist William Lucas was in Dubway Studios' Yellow Room recording songs for his new album recently with the legendary Buddy Williams on drums, Bob Baldwin on piano and Paul Nowinski playing bass. Dubway engineer Mike Presta tracked the session. MCA recording artist Leona Naess brought in her new album for mixing with Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns. The British singer/songwriter has been touring with Nickel Creek, who's Chris Thile dropped in to add some mandolin on a song.

Pictured are (l-r): Dubway manager Steven Alvarado, Leona Naess, producer Sam Dixion and engineer Emery DobynsApple Computer held an iTunes Event with British recording artists The Doves performing a live one-hour set at the Apple Store in SoHo to a group of fans. Dubway Studios engineer Julio Pena tracked with assistant Ryan Geller. Meanwhile, this month on the Live@VH1.com set, Dubway Studios chief engineer Jason Marcucci has had his hands full tracking Beck, Ashlee Simpson, The White Stripes, Nickel Creek, Switchfoot, Staind, Nickleback, Ryan Cabrera, O.A.R., and Common to name just a few. Eric Spring assisted.

Dubway owner/engineer Al Houghton with SpongeBob SquarePantsDubway's newest client, Circa Music/NFL Films, has begun recording voice-overs for its new season. The hugely popular football films have won 82 Emmy Awards in its more than 30 years of business. The sessions have been taking place in Dubway's Green Room with engineers Eric Spring and Chris Abell. Finally, Dubway Studios owner/engineer Al Houghton mastered the new SpongeBob SquarePants album for Nick Records with producer Emily Whitman. SpongeBob emerged from the bottom of the sea just long enough for a photo-op with Houghton.

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