MIX - July 2016 - Conway Forever: Buddy And Susan Brundo Celebrate 40 Years Of Music
This month, MIX gets the story behind Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood.
This year, Conway celebrates its 40th anniversary, and we talk to owners Buddy and Susan Brundo about the legendary studio’s history and its design throughout its 40 years.
Cyndi Lauper and producer Tony Brown talk about making Lauper’s debut country album, Detour.
We also profile broadcast music mixer Paul Special and discuss his work doing live TV for Good Morning America.
In the Music Section, producer/engineer Tucker Martine discusses recording the new album from Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs.
Plus we’ve got more k.d lang here: The July Classic Track is k.d. lang’s “Trail of Broken Hearts”.
Our Live section features a tour profile on My Morning Jacket and an All-Access Pass to Tori Kelly, as well as the details behind the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival’s live sound, including new technology from VUE.
Plus! Check out our guide to instrument mics for live sound.
The July Regional section focuses on New York City, featuring news from SweetSounds Studio and The Bunker Studio. As well as session news from Germano Studios, Strange Weather, Engine Room Audio, Smash Studios, Eusonia Studios, Vinegar Hill Sound, Flux Studios, and Premier Studios NY.
We also talk to Lew Goldstein about his film and TV audio post-production facility, Parabolic NY.
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