Richards Readies Road Return with ADAM Audio
U.K. guitarist Dan Richards, formerly a touring musician with One Direction and now musical director for such rising artists as Anna Clendening, Loren Gray and Emma Zander, recently acquired a pair of ADAM Audio A7X monitors as he settles...
Sweetwater Studios Captures Nick D’Virgilio with DPA
When Sweetwater Studios captured tracks for Nick D’Virgilio's new album using DPA mics, the mics were small but the album was Inivisible.
Studio Showcase: The Record House
Following years working at Interscope Records’ studio, Mert Ozcan went on to co-found The Record House. Now armed with a brand-new Dolby Atmos mix room outfitted by studio acoustics designer DHDI, the boutique studio has become a creative collective...
How Hip-Hop Stars Are Recording During the Pandemic
Roddy Ricch, YBN Cordae and Young Thug are recording hip-hop at home during COVID-19 times as studios cautiously start to reopen.
Music Etc. – Huey Lewis and the News Deliver ‘Weather’ Report
Steve Harvey talks with Johnny Colla, founding member and longtime producer of Huey Lewis & the News, about their latest album, Weather; mixing with Bob Clearmountain; and how highpoint “One of the Boys” came together.
Recording All-Stars Welcome Niko Bolas to METAlliance
Chuck Ainlay, Frank Filipetti, George Massenburg, Elliot Scheiner and Al Schmitt have named producer/engineer Niko Bolas as a new member of the METAlliance.
Danny Leake, Legendary Studio/Live Engineer, Dead at 69
In addition to working as Stevie Wonder’s FOH engineer for three decades, Danny Leake also recorded dozens of top artists in the studio, leading to six Grammy nominations for his efforts.
Lara Downes: Reinterpreting Freedom Songs and African American Women Composers
Pianist Lara Downes shares insights about recording her new album, which mixes interpretations of revered freedom songs with pieces by celebrated early 20th century African American women composers.
Live on KEXP Podcast Blurs the Lines Between Live and Studio Recording
When engineer Kevin Suggs records a live session for Seattle’s KEXP, that becomes the raw materials for podcasts, radio broadcasts, streaming and other formats.
Library of Congress Aims to Jumpstart Collage Hip-Hop with Citizen DJ
The LoC’s Citizen DJ project creates new ways for the public to discover, access and use public domain audio and video material for music making.
Major Podcasters Keep Content Coming Despite Pandemic
With audiences and production teams working at home now, major podcasters Stitcher and Parcast have revamped their audio tech and workflows to keep content coming.