MIX - December 2014 - Temple Square Audio
MIX-2014-12 - TEMPLE SQUARE AUDIO: QUALITY SOUND FROM THE MORMON TABERNACLE
This month MIX talks to senior sound designer Milo Lefler and senior audio engineer Trent Walker about Temple Square's recently upgraded audio system for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
We also talk to mastering engineer Vlado Meller about his storied career, as well as his recent move--after 40+ years in New York--to Charleston, S.C., where he's set up his mastering studio within Bruce Freshley’s Wes Lachot-designed Truphonic Studios complex.
Artist David Lowery and engineer Drew Vandenberg discuss recording Cracker's latest album, Berkeley to Bakersfield, and producer/engineer Eric Hart talks about the design of his new Studio City studio, Glaus Haus.
The Live section features a tour profile of Ed Sheeran and a photo spread of Voodoo Fest 2014. And this month's Classic Track tells the story behind The Ramones' "Rock 'n' Roll High School."
We also have a guide to new hardware processors and channel strips, as well as the 2014 Most Innovative Products Awards (selected by the readers of Mix), and the 30th annual TEC Awards nominees.
The December issue's Regional section focuses on New York City, which features news from Flux Studios, MetroSonic, and mastering engineer Adrian Carr, as well as sessions from The Bunker Studio, Germano Studios, Strange Weather, Brewery Studio, Threshold Recording Studios NYC, Platinum Sound, and The Cutting Room.
We also talk to songwriter/producer/engineer/mixer/musician/composer Scott Jacoby of Eusonia Studios and musician/producer/label owner Matty Amendola.