Sunday, June 27, 2004

Sky Blue 72

Man, I'm hanging out on a session produced by Robbie Parrish and being engineered by Steve Christensen. The band is Sky Blue 72, and they are very psychodelic (my words). Very cool vibe with a woman drummer/singer and very accomplished guitarist and bassist (dudes, in case you are wondering). I'm sitting in because we have just installed a new console and mic lines and headphone system into SHRS Studio B and I want to have Steve's back on the maiden voyage.

We mixed Winter Robert's song, "Here's to Everything" (arranged by Kevin Ryan) last week, and it is just as great as the Southern Backtones' mixes. We are super pumped that we have had such a great run of mixing this month. Jeff Lipton at Peerless mastering in Boston did an incredible job on mastering the Sound Breaking Ground mixes. I'm still hoping to get to do some more work with those guys, but they are going to work on selling the first three song demo for the time being. I'm hoping that Jeff will master the Southern Backtones as well. Check out the Peerless Mastering website on the bloggroll at the end of this post.

The projects I'm starting now are:
Another song for Winter.
Three songs for the band Dreadneck (which will be engineered by John Griffin, btw)
Three songs for Carolina Bedetta
Some songs Brittany Driscoll (maybe a Christmas song!)

I still want to work with Steve Wedermeyer,.... we'll see.

AND I am going to do some 'living room' recording with Sarah Sharp in the Fall.
I'm mastering some tracks for a re-release of an old school Houston punk rock band, Vex.

Back to work,....


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