September 11th, 2017 by David Weiss
There’s a pattern taking shape around LA.
Record labels’ interest in in-house studios has been rekindled, leveraging their scale and real estate to construct their own writing/recording/mixing complexes. Besides keeping their creative talent closer, these under-one-roof facilities streamline music production costs.
Jersey City, NJ-based Criterion Acoustics is one of the Read more...
June 20th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
By now, many studio owners have probably heard about the rise of class action lawsuits against businesses that rely on illegal unpaid internships.
In late 2012, Charlie Rose’s for-profit production company was the first to settle such a claim, paying out $250,000 in back minimum wages that it had failed Read more...
May 10th, 2012 by David Weiss
Based in DUMBO, Joe Lambert Mastering has reported a recent run of top indie projects.
Album highlights making their way through Lambert’s KEF 207.2 reference monitors start with Reptar’s Body Faucet (Vagrant).
Also in the queue were:
Black Dice – Mr. Impossible (Ribbon); Engineered/Mixed by Matt Boynton at Read more...
July 30th, 2011 by David Weiss
Music Unites, the NYC-based non-profit organization dedicated to funding sustainable music education programs, is partnering with Rolling Stone and Garnier Fructis to celebrate the first ever unsigned artist cover.
Rolling Stone and Garnier Fructis are partnered with NYC's Music Unites for the Big Cover Reveal.
On August 3, one of Read more...
June 27th, 2010 by David Weiss
MIDTOWN, MANHATTAN: Charged up is a good way to describe the onset of Music Unites. A non-profit focused on bringing music education to underprivileged children in underfunded inner city school systems, Music Unites is one of many emerging organizations with an ambitious agenda.
A classically-trained pianist, Michelle Edgar launched Music Read more...