MIX - October 2014 - Sound and Style
MIX-2014-10 - Sound and Style: Doug Rogers and the Evolution of Eastwest
This month MIX presents the all-L.A. issue, celebrating the City of Angels and its historic and legendary studios and music industry giants.
Mix talks to EastWest studio owner Doug Rogers, chief engineer Lawrence Malchose, and studio manager Candace Stewart about the history of EastWest studios.
We also sit down for an extensive interview with Jackson Browne about his career and his new album, Standing in the Breach.
Then, Iconic L.A. session players discuss their careers working with some of the industry's biggest artists throughout the years.
Also, Producer Rickey Minor discusses his career, his Red Lotus Studios, and his role on the set of American Idol.
Later, the sound engineers from some of L.A.'s legendary clubs--including the Whisky a Go-Go and The Roxy Theatre--discuss the live setup for their respective venues. And Michael Sheppard, head of audio at the Hollywood Bowl, and principal sound designer Fred Vogler discuss the renovation of this historic venue.
We also get the story behind eight L.A. Classic Tracks, including ones from Frank Zappa, Joni Mitchell, and Weird Al Yankovic.
And check out our AES Product Preview!