project studio

Jackson, Blair
September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p18
The article features the project studio room of bassist Chip Z'Nuff of the Enuff Z'Nuff band in Blue Island, Illinois. It states that Z'Nuff has various rock and hip-hop projects lined up in his self-named studio. It presents several statements from Z'Nuff about the features of his project studio. It also cites several groups who have worked at Chip Z'Nuff Studios including Twista, Blue Rage and Six Foot Model.


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