BASS--New Space for Engineer, Musicians

Schultz, Barbara
October 2008
Mix;Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p26
The article features Bay Area sound engineer Stephen Hart and his Bay Area Sound Studios (BASS) in San Rafael, California. It notes that it was conceptualized by Live Oak Design Group of Michael LeValley. It adds that Hart has worked with Lady Bianca and Terrence Brewer. According to Lively, there have been sufficient bookings in the rehearsal studio which include Tommy Castro,Carlene Carter, and Van Morrison.


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