Posts tagged with “santa fe”

Frogville Studios

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 | by matthew mcglynn

Perched atop the foothills overlooking Santa Fe, the indie label Frogville Planet and its eponymous recording studio provide over 25 albums’ worth of proof that great music doesn’t require big budgets or name-brand studio designers. What started as a temporary home studio using borrowed gear has turned into a full-time commercial recording facility that just […]

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Making Records in the Desert

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008 | by matthew mcglynn

Stepbridge Studios has been a landmark of the Santa Fe recording scene for over 20 years. Founded by Tim Stroh in 1985 and in its current location since 1992, the studio provides the best gear and probably the best tracking room in the Southwest. The console is a 40-track SSL 4000 series, augmented by a […]

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RecordingHacks goes to Santa Fe

Thursday, August 7th, 2008 | by matthew mcglynn

Recording engineers and studio owners are invariably awesome people. That is a job you can only do if you love it, I think, so the people who are doing it are jazzed basically all the time. Studio folks are adept at making clients feel happy and relaxed and creative, too, because if they couldn’t do […]

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