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Recording Studio

Recording

In Search of the Perfect Signal Chain

By Steve Harvey. Maor Appelbaum’s mastering desk is an ever-changing patchwork of old and new gear, with units swapped in and out in his eternal quest for something newer, better or just different.

Recording

Gold Diggers Reinvents the Destination Studio

By Steve Harvey. Nestled in East Hollywood at a notorious site, Gold Diggers has opened as a boutique hotel, club and music recording facility masterminded by L.A. nightlife impresario Dave Neupert and Kingsize Soundlabs' Dave Trumfio.

Recording

Dave Way Shows the Way It’s Done

By Steve Harvey. Multiple Grammy-winning engineer and producer Dave Way, who has worked with nearly everyone (only a slight exaggeration), chats about working on the latest 7Horse project and his home-based Waystation Studio.

Recording

Concentrix’s Story Comes Full Circle

By Steve Harvey. With the impact of evolving production technologies, changes in the studio business model and the advent of the gig economy, Fred Story is putting his multiroom recording facility up for sale.

Live

Chattanooga Public Library Builds Upscale Recording Studio

By Katie Makal. Many public libraries are installing small “studios” with cheap prosumer gear for patrons to use, but the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library has built a four-room, fully appointed pro facility that aims to teach the public everything...

Recording

Studio Showcase: Virtue and Vice

By Steve Harvey. Who among us has not suffered from gear lust and the certainty that acquiring that one piece of equipment will, well, solve everything? For Anthony “Rocky” Gallo, owner of Virtue and Vice Studios in Brooklyn, that...

Live

Thief Robs, Vandalizes Louisville, KY Studio

By Katie Makal. Louisville, KY's Goldsmith Studios suffered more than $20,000 in damages after a thief broke in and vandalized the facility. Security cameras caught it all and a suspect has been arrested.

Music Production

Cool Tools Propel Personal Studios

Everything began to change in record production in 1990, give or take a couple of years, when audio I/O connectivity became available for the Macintosh computer and Alesis launched its ADAT 8-track machine.

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