June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p140
The article presents information about film studios. It reports that "Workbook Studio" may hold the world's record for on-the-fly recording. Located in a converted warehouse that once housed wanderlust Christopher Columbus, studio owner and engineers Neal Schmitt and Jon Chinn, engineer Dan Wilburn and two other part-timers triumphantly recorded 25 songs by 25 bands in 25 hours. According to Schmitt, the original plan was to record 24 songs, but they got a little over-excited and recorded 25 songs. The article also includes details of the recorded songs.


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