By Steve Harvey. Iceland aims to raise its music industry's profile with new economic initiative to attract recording projects from overseas.
Following some wilderness years, the popular studio returns to Boston with a brand-new WSDG-designed facility.
Faced with mixing the new archival release, "Originals," engineer Niko Bolas had to find the best way to honor the material, including taking the results to Bernie Grundman Mastering, where many Prince albums were previously mastered.
From recording live sound to podcasting, the company’s gear of choice has kept busy.
By Steve Harvey. Music producers, engineers, composers and musicians who identify as women will now be included in NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre's content creation grant program.
The three themed events will be held at his new facility in Santa Barbara, CA.
Once home to dozens of studios and music industry businesses, Nashville’s Music Row put the city on the map—and is now in danger of being wiped off the earth.
A massive Meyer Sound immersive system was used for the documentary’s premiere.
By Chuck Ainlay. METAlliance co-founder and multiple Grammy-winning producer/engineer Chuck Ainlay discusses what the art in engineering is and can be, offering suggestions on how to develop one’s engineering chops while finding inspiration along the way.
By Steve Harvey. In April, Billie Eilish’s debut album entered the Billboard 200 at number one. Finneas O’Connell—her co-writer, producer, older brother and an artist in his own right—discusses recording the sonically adventurous collection at their family home.
Recording legends to hold In Session masterclass/workshop in Indiana
By Steve Harvey. Founded 30 years ago, Zippah was purchased in 2003 by the studio’s biggest client, Brian Charles. Today, it remains a fixture on the vibrant Boston music scene, hosting recording and songwriting workshops and developing plug-ins with Rare Signals.