Audio Technology



The year was underway so quickly it hardly felt like the engineers had a break at all. Sessions were even running between Christmas and New Year for the first time in a while. Notable artists coming through in January included: Spike Vincent finishing some vocals for his new release; Crosson band working on the new album to be mixed in Germany where they have achieved commercial chart positions;; Youth Band winners Deafening Silence from the Randwick battle of the bands tracking their debut release; Peter Colquhoun continued work on his new project with some great slide guitar courtesy of blues man Mick Hart; drummer/producer Mick O’Shea brought in Sydney band Bounty Hunters; in-house producer Peat Holz used the live drum space for some of his own projects; and Mark Cashin band tracked a cover of a Screaming Jets tune for an upcoming compilation record.

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