November 30th, 2016 by Brian Speaker
an experienced and trusted adviser.
2. adviser, guide, guru, counselor, consultant; confidant(e)
I first met the man who would become my mentor in March of 2015, when John Agnello, producer and engineer for Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile, Patti Smith and so many other artists Read more...
June 5th, 2014 by Blake Madden
Producer Steve Evetts, a special guest instructor for CreativeLive’s “Studio Pass” workshop.
Producer Steve Evetts listens intently to the sound of Ben Weinman’s guitar coming through his headphones.
“A little more to the right,” he tells a studio tech adjusting a microphone in front of Weinman’s guitar amp. Evetts’ eyes Read more...
June 9th, 2013 by David Weiss
Rob Harari is facing a very different kind of student body.
Standing in front of the newly minted music studio at the Stevens Institute of Technology – College of Arts and Letters (CAL) in Hoboken, Harari – the Technical Director of the CAL Music & Technology Program and an Associate Read more...
June 6th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
Back when I entered the audio program at SUNY Purchase around the turn of the millennium, a bachelor’s degree in “Studio Production” still seemed like something of a novel concept. Since then, enrollments for both 4-year and short-term programs in this once-niche market appear to have exploded nationwide.
Occasionally, engineers Read more...
October 17th, 2010 by David Weiss
TRIBECA/CHINATOWN, MANHATTAN: Rich Lamb is a studio nomad. He’s an NYC audio hired gun who works in studios and recording situations that span the region – turns out, Lamb has a lot of favorite local places to work, and he’s going to share them with us right here.
Rich Lamb, Read more...