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Studio Open House Spring 2014

Monday, May 5th, 2014

We had a lovely open house during Spring Arts Walk this past weekend. It was great to meet new people and show off the place to old friends. I don’t think the studio has ever looked nicer. Guests sampled the finest cheese and crackers, supplied by our new favorite corner store, Little General Store. The […]


EV 635a and PL5

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Last week I took a small step to expand my mic closet and bought two EV 635a. Well actually one of those and a PL-5 which is the exact same mic with a different paint job. Giving in to my vanity, I immediately carved my name in them. Take that resell value! Anyway, these are […]


Session Survival Tips: Liam Hindahl

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Continuing coverage on surviving the making of your record. This week, intrepid space explorer and sonic smith Liam Hindahl. What are your session survival tips? Come prepared. The better prepared you are (both engineer and artist), the smoother your session will go and the more you’ll be able to accomplish. It seems that more and […]


Dub Narcotic’s Remix Contest!

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

                                    My fellow chaps and chapettes: Salutations, Greetings, and Happy Spring. A short while ago Dub Narcotic Studio held a video contest to give away a free day of recording in our new studio space, and by golly […]


Process: Eleanor Murray on Making “Bury Me Into the Mtn”

Monday, April 14th, 2014

¬† Last summer, Eleanor Murray released the fourth album under her own name, the stunning Bury Me Into the Mtn. The album is strikingly spare,¬†with nary a note misplaced, I think Eleanor’s most intentional work to date. I sat down with Eleanor to discuss her creative process for this record. Presented here is a transcript […]



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