January 2008
Mix;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p133
The article offers developments related to the U.S. music recording industry as of January 2008. Hank Neuberger's latest Springboard Productions project was a live Webcast and high definition video production of two Dave Matthews Band Show at the Military Academy in West Point. Studio 880 hosted the first sessions of rhythm and blues supergroup TGT.


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