For the better part of January I was recording the east coast concerts for Capitol Records recording artist Sam Smith. I went on the road with Record Plant Remote and owner/ engineer Kooster Mcallister. Expect a live Sam Smith album in the near future.
We had the chance to take a pit stop at Ryan Hewitt’s mix room in Nashville.
A shot of Opryland in Nashville.
My X48 rig on the mobile recording truck. 96 tracks redundant.
I tend to record rock bands that love drinking beer and turning amps up to an unhealthy level. A few weeks ago I had to privilege to work with The George Gee Swing Orchestra. These guys are serious business in an old school way. We cut 25 songs in a single day. This may be a record for me in terms of the number of songs recorded to (tracking) completion in one day. 6 horns, piano, upright bass, drums, two vocals. No messing around to be had. It was a good time.
Here is the debut of the second single from The Teen Age entitled Second Youth. I mixed this song at The Audio Parlour in Brooklyn NY. You can read the whole article HERE.
Here is a review of a record I produced with Xylofaux earlier this year.
Fabricoh Magazine | Indie Music Magazine | Reviews : Xylofaux – Circuitry.