By Steve Harvey. Ever daydream what it would be like to build an attic studio if money was no object? One Major League Baseball player did just that, and the result is a jaw-dropping, TEC Award-nominated private facility called The Upper Deck.
The Franklin, TN-based production facility is decked out in Auralex.
Recording legends Frank Filipetti and George Massenburg explain how to accurately test for and choose the right microphone.
By Steve Harvey. Test Shot Starfish made its name providing music for SpaceX launches; now the duo is working with immersive audio pioneer Robert Margouleff to make the most of its new debut album, Music for Space.
By Steve Harvey. Oktaven Audio’s co-owner Ryan Streber says his studio has grown over the last decade while recording almost solely “art music, not stuff with any commercial appeal. It’s a little disturbing and perverse, but somehow it has worked out.”
Operating in a space laden with recording history, the fledgling facility has aspirational aims.
By Clive Young. Legendary recording engineer Geoff Emerick died in Los Angeles Tuesday, October 2, of an apparent heart attack. The four-time Grammy winner recorded The Beatles from 1966 through their dissolution in 1970, contributing to albums like Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (AKA The White Album) and Abbey Road, and additionally worked with dozens of well-known acts in the decades that followed. He was 72.
Event to honor the late recording engineer through education.