Recording Studios

Some articles on recording studios, recording, studios, studio:

The Sweetest Illusion - Recording Studios
... Recorded at Whitfield Street Recording Sudios, London ... Pianos recorded at Westside Studios, London ... Mastered at Sony Music studios, New York ...
Blows Against The Empire - Overview
... Beginning in 1965, Paul Kantner had recorded five studio albums with Jefferson Airplane, but by 1970 internal problems began taking their toll on the band, including the departure of drummer Spencer Dryden ... The album was recorded in at Pacific High Recording Studios and Wally Heider Recording Studios in San Francisco by Kantner and Slick with a collection of musician friends that included members ... Kaukonen's brother Peter Kaukonen, and Phill Sawyer, the engineer at Pacific High Recording studios ...
Sons Of Soul - Recording
... The group began recording Sons of Soul in 1993 ... They initially held sessions at several recording studios in California, including Air L.A ... Studios, Paramount Recording Studios, and Westlake Recording Studios in Hollywood, Jam Studio in Oakland, J.Jam Recording in Oakland Hills, and Paradise Recording ...
Little Mountain Sound Studios - History
... Little Mountain Sound Studios was started in 1972 as a 50/50 partnership between Western Broadcasting (CKNW radio) and Griffiths, Gibson Productions (GGP) ... Turner, an unnamed partner with GGP, designed, built and managed the studio ... Turner was a long-time audio engineer and studio designer from England by way of New York ...
Me And Mr. Jonas And Mr. Jonas And Mr. Jonas - Main Plot
... Hannah Montana impatiently waits at the recording studios to start work with her father Robby Stewart ... She finally barges in on an occupied studio room and is surprised to find the Jonas Brothers at work ... rockers "Milo" and "Otis," go back to the recording studios, and play their own version of "We Got the Party" in front of the Jonas Brothers ...

Famous quotes containing the word recording:

    Too many photographers try too hard. They try to lift photography into the realm of Art, because they have an inferiority complex about their Craft. You and I would see more interesting photography if they would stop worrying, and instead, apply horse-sense to the problem of recording the look and feel of their own era.
    Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870–1942)