Recording Studios

Jack Douglas was among the early and most successful recording engineers at the Record Plant. He worked with founders Chris Stone and Gary Kellgren to create a modern and innovative studio that focused on making the artists feel relaxed in order to record the best performances possible. Over his...
Johnny Eberle was passionate about sound recordings ever since he was a small child.  Developing a love of audio engineering and it’s rich history, John became an expert and a well known mastering engineer.  He worked for Nashville Record Productions for over 30 years before establishing his own...
DW Fearn began working part time as an engineer for WPEN in Philadelphia while still in high school.  His passion for audio grew and developed as he collected equipment.  His goal was to create a recording studio with his gear, which he did in 1969 and he called it Veritable Recording Company. ...
John Fry was the founder of Ardent Records and a noted recording engineer with a special talent for sound mixing and studio sound control. The results of his efforts are enough to fill several walls with gold and platinum records from the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Led Zeppelin. John was also...
Stefano Galante is a recording engineer and producer who designed his own studio in his native Italy before moving to Montreal. Over the years, Stefano has witnessed many changes in the technology used within recording studios and has helped pioneer the use of new products. As a composer and...
Jim Gamble envisioned a console that would give an engineer ultimate control of the audio being mixed.  He started by working for one of the original sound reinforcement companies and helped write the book on the touring industry.  The experiences that he had working with some of the most revered ...
Klaus Gehlhaar has had a passion for music and sound since a very early age. He was singing as a kid and by the age of 12 started his own band playing the guitar. He later switched to the bass. While playing in bands, he was often asked to help set up the PA system, which led to his interest in the...
Donna Jean Godchaux was the only female singer with the Grateful Dead (on stage and on recordings) from 1971 until 1979. In fact, she was the first female singer with the group and was once married to the band's keyboard player. When she was just nine years old, she met Rick Hall before he opened...
David Gold created a special formula that became the key factor in the echo chamber of his Hollywood recording studio called Gold Star.  The studio was filled with furniture and electronic machines that David built himself.  All of the control boards and all modifications of the gear within the...
Jeff Greenberg is the owner and CEO of the Village Recorder in West LA, the landmark studio that has and continues to play a big role in recorded music.  The studio has been used to record hundreds of bestselling albums, many that became standards!  Jeff had an opportunity to purchase the studio in...

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