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September 2012 - Music Connection

STUDIO MIX

—ANDY MESECHER andym@musicconnection.com

// Maryland Studio Hosts Industry Presentation //

Audio engineer, inventor and all around renaissance man George Massenburg

gave a pointed, inspiring presentation about the direction of our industry. The

event was sponsored by the DC chapter of the recording academy, and hosted

by Omega Recording Studios in Rockville, MD, just outside of Washington,

DC. SSL and Samplitude combined to deliver demos and lectures, including

William Maynard, SSL (pictured) doing a hands-on demo of the Nucleus.

// Chris Zane Gets

Passionate With T-Funk //

Producer Chris Zane (pictured) helmed

Gossamer, Passion Pit’s second

release. Featuring the striking falsetto of

lead singer Michael Angelakos, the new

album draws heavily on the warmth of the

Copperhead CU-29 large diaphragm tube

mic from TELEKUNKEN Elektroakustik

(pictured). Passion Pit, an electropop band

from Cambridge, MA, were formed in 2007

and released their debut record Manners,

in 2009.

// Composer/Director Team Creep-Up On Project //

Dennis Dreith (left), composer for the upcoming indie horror film Creep Van

and the film’s director, Scott W. McKinlay, are seen putting the horrific final

touches on the throw-back-to-the-‘80s horror film. Creep Van’s soundtrack

will be released on Perseverance Records. For more creepy details, see http://

creepvan.com.

// Sharpio Tracks

Drums at DBW //

Mike Shapiro (Sergio Mendez)

stopped by L.A. studio DBW

Productions to record drums

for Charles Meeks' (Chuck

Mangione) new CD with

producer David Chamberlin.

Pictured (l-r): Chamberlin,

Nika Meeks, Mike Shapiro and

Charles Meeks.

// Joss Whedon Tracks Film Score at Firehouse //

Firehouse Recording Studios in Pasadena, CA was the site of Joss Whedon’s

recent tracking session for the score of Much Ado About Nothing. Whedon—

writer-director of The Avengers—adapted and directed this modern version

of the Shakespeare comedy and, for the first time ever, composed the score

for the new film, as well. Pictured (l-r): Jason Upright, Managing Director,

Firehouse Studios; Clint Bennett, Music Editor & Supervisor; Whedon; Frank

Wolf, Score Engineer; Jeremy Underwood, Assistant Score Engineer; and

Deborah Lurie, Score Producer & Arranger.

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