When Clear Lake Recording in North Hollywood, CA found itself bursting at the seams with work, owner Eric Milos purchased and renovated a nearby facility to create Fever Recording, a cool studio with a boutique hotel vibe.
Rock legend Jackson Browne tells how he and a group of musicians and songwriters from four continents traveled to Haiti to record while also helping to educate audio engineering students on the island.
Fresh out of film school, Zach Seivers founded his own audio post company in 2006, growing the business from one to four rooms before recently adding to his storytelling tools with an upgrade to Atmos mixing capabilities.
By Steve Harvey. Ensconced in a Los Angeles neighborhood known as the Jungle, beachside Shindig Music + Sound recently marked its second anniversary by expanding its space and services, unveiling a new 5.1 mix suite and production/green room.
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.
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.