Track Sheet

January 2009
Mix;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p21
The article offers news briefs related to music industry. Kris Kolp enlarged his Log Cabin Studio in Tallahassee, Florida to accommodate the addition of a control room centered on a Toft ATB console. An acoustic Christmas album entitled "Appalachian Christmas," produced by Pat McGrath and Steve Tveit, was released by Omnisound Studios as its first proprietary Compact Disc (CD). George Walker Petit mixed a new album for Portuguese musician Catarina Racha under Legacy Studios in New York City.


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