May 2007
Mix;May2007, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p127
The article offers news briefs related to music recording industry. Prairie Sun Recording's Moody Blues keyboardist Mike Pinder produces his son's bond, the Pinder Bros., at the vintage Neve in Studio C, and joined with Tony Clarke, a Moody Blues producer and engineer Tom Size. The Brick City Sound entertains the band Audio Diary, introduced and mixed their executive producer (EP) with engineer/producer Brad McGrath at the Facility's Studio B in Chicago.


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