I have known John for a long time now as a friend and musical colleague in high school and at SUNY Fredonia. Unfortunately we had never collaborated on a project until two weeks ago on a Sunday afternoon I invited John to come in and record some solo cello performance. Continue reading
In the studio tonight to mix my live recording of the Rod Horning Project at EBC. First Mixing Session in Studio A this year!
When I started interning at Downtown Music Studios we were completely booked with clients in both rooms. But as the summer went on the dreaded summer slump happened. Bookings because scarce an clients came on nearly a day of basis. This made knowing when to go in or not a big game of “I’ll text you in the morning”, leaving me waiting with baited breathe to hear whether I was going into manhattan or not.
This past Saturday I finished tracking drums for the up-and-coming Lightning Killed my Parents full length album I’m working on. Tracking is still in progress and we’ll be wrapped up in a few weeks.
This week is spring break and since everyone is home, including myself, I’m taking this opportunity to get all the editing done that I can so that the mixing is all I have to worry about when I get back to school. That shouldn’t be a problem since mixing is my favorite part of the recording process.