June 2007
Mix;Jun2007, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p125
The article offers news briefs related to studio and sound engineers in the U.S. Studio owner Rob Tavaglione has produced and engineered the album "Why Lie? It's for Beer," by Bums Lie and the debut compact disc (CD) of Steel Standing. Sound designer Nick Palladino partners with engineer Brian Straka partners in the design for the four DVD menus of "Rolling Stones" box set. Kent Heckman has recorded and mixed 17 songs that will be used for the album of singer/songwriter Trisha O'Keefe.


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