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Immensely successful Canadian power trio Rush has completed its 18th studio album and first new collection of original material in nearly five years. “Snakes & Arrows” was recorded with Grammy Award®-winner Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver) and Rush co-producing, and mixed by engineer Rich Chycki in Studio D on the Neve 88R console, where the band took full advantage of one of the world’s largest collection of vintage outboard gear.
The band used spacious Studio B, legendary for its superlative live acoustics and often chosen for its powerful drum sound.
John Cale, renowned producer and co-founder of The Velvet Underground, recently completed his new album, blackAcetate, in famed Studio B.
Potent Orange County punk metal rockers Avenged Sevenfold have completed their third album in Studio B. Sessions in the studio, equipped with a vintage/customized API console, included a 14-piece orchestral string date.
Fiona Apple and Jon Brion in Studio A, 2003 Photo by Mr. Bonzai / David Goggin Appeared in story in New York Times magazine
Seen in Studio A during sessions for the upcoming Geffen/Interscope album are mixer Jack Joesph Puig; David Immergluck, producer Steve Lillywhite, Adam Duritz, and Dan Vickrey.
Photo by David Goggin
Jazz luminary David Benoit is recording his 23rd album in legendary Bill Putnam-designed Studio B. Pictured at the piano are Benoit and longtime recording engineer Clark St. Germain.
Engineer/producer George Massenburg is seen in Studio B at the custom API console in Hollywood during this July's festive 45-piece orchestral sessions for Linda Ronstadt's upcoming Christmas album. Massenburg (who won Grammys for Ronstadt's "Cry Like A Rainstorm, Howl Like The Wind" and "This Is Dedicated To The One I Love") and John Boylan are producing.
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