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Studio News

Summer 2017

Lots of great music has been rolling through 1935 this year – and nearly all of it from return clients. But when they become your friends, can you really call them clients anymore? Hmm… Shawn Kilroy brought in his latest self produced record for mixing and it exceeded all expectations when we finished it up […]

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Early Fall 2016

It’s been a whirlwind summer and the year promises to end at warp speed. Richard Hunter tracked his new record over five days in September, backed up by Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, Mark Schreiber and John Cunningham. The Spirit World’s Memento Mori was mixed and mastered this summer and we just put the finishing touches on […]

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Spring 2016

So busy. No time for complete sentences. Mastered Shawn Kilroy’s latest solo record, “All Pinnochio’s Men.” Progressing through all kinds of overdubs on Neil Nathan’s new material, aided and abetted by producer Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner. Finished guitar and vocal overdubs for Sonic Screemers new record, now moving into the mix stage. Hosted indie supergroup Kindiana […]

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January 2016

2016 is off to a great start. Tracked the latest full length from Sonic Screemers with overdubs and mixes to follow; spent a weekend doing drum overdubs with Neil Nathan, Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, and Mark Schreiber for Neil’s OTHER record he’s making at 1935. Plenty more on the way this spring…

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As mentioned here, the spring and summer has largely been spent wrapping up ongoing projects. The Howling Fantods have completed their 10-song record and the mastering done by Dan Coutant over at Sun Room Mastering helps make this record shine bright like the sun. The Silence has finished the majority of mixing for their record, […]

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Holy moly, has it been a busy year so far. Neil Nathan spent a weekend in late January working up some new tunes for a long term project – really happy to have Neil back on the farm. Howling Fantods were in for a weekend in late February and did what so many bands do […]

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