Fireproof Recording

Johnson, Heather
January 2007
Mix;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p52
The article discusses the relocation of Adam Lasus from New York to Studio City, Califormia. Adam Lasus, an American music producer who produced an independent music album for the band "Clap Your Hands Say Yeah," is said to have relocated due to the growing costs of fire proof recording studios. The article states that Lasus received new clients from Los Angeles and also bands from Germany and the Great Britain after the relocation.


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