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Chris SD is a music producer who’s worked on 5 albums that have won Juno Awards (Canada’s Grammys) among his 7 nominations, and he was also nominated as Engineer Of The Year in 2012. He’s a clever guy who came up with the idea of starting an online recording studio that brings world-class talent to […]Continue reading
My guest on the podcast this week is Billy Decker, who was one of the first mixers in Nashville to embrace mixing in the box and one of the first to mix a #1 single ITB as well. All totaled, he has mixed eight #1 hits so far for artists like Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, […]Continue reading
If you’re going to the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim this week, check out the AES conference that happens concurrently on the 4th floor of the Hilton Hotel. I’ve put together the studio-related sessions for the conference that includes a great list of speakers, including Andrew Scheps, Jack Joseph Puig, Sylvia Massey, Richard Chycki, Michael […]Continue reading
I’ve been accused of Gibson-bashing in the past, but I’m just reporting the news, and the company always seems to keep coming up with things that worthy of point out. In the latest twist in the saga, it’s been reported and confirmed that Gibson will not be exhibiting at NAMM this year, instead choosing to […]Continue reading
Today is the final installment of my Winter NAMM overview, and we’ll look at a few very cool products, but mostly at the oddities of the show. As you may know, downstairs in Hall E is where the newer companies and first time exhibitors dwell – the “mad inventors” as we like to call them.As […]Continue reading
The Winter NAMM show is always the one exhibition of the year to look forward to. Not only are some manufacturers now skipping AES in favor of NAMM, but it’s so much more fun and colorful, as musical celebs seem to be everywhere. Here’s a report from the show, from the big picture point of […]Continue reading
Winter NAMM just ended and as usual there’s a lot to talk about. I’ll be covering the various new products and oddities over the next few days, as well as a big picture overview on my podcast.The show was generally filled with enthusiasm and everyone was feeling pretty prosperous. Hope it stays that way in […]Continue reading