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Professional musicians are constantly evolving their craft. And so are the engineers and technicians recording and producing their music.
Finding the best speakers for classical music can be a serious proposition. Don’t spend your money without answering these questions!
Twenty-time Grammy winner Al Schmitt worked with everyone from Sam Cooke to Steely Dan to Frank Sinatra.
My recap of the 61st Grammy Awards is especially exciting because I attended Music’s Biggest Night not only as a member, but also as a nominee! Engineer Bill Maylone and I received a nomination in the category of Best Engineered Album, Classical for Liquid Melancholy: Clarinet Music of James Stephenson released on the Cedille label and featuring clarinetist John Bruce …
If you’ve ever listened to a live broadcast on WFMT, chances are you’ve heard Mary Mazurek’s work. Since beginning at WFMT in 1993, Mary has come to engineer for the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts, Live from WFMT, Impromptu, and more. She’s worked with leading artists ranging from Yo-Yo Ma to the Kronos Quartet. And now, she’s received her first …
My name is Mary Mazurek, and I am a recording engineer, an artist, an educator, and a Ph.D. candidate. But most of all, I am a woman working in a very male-dominated field. I’ve enjoyed a wonderful career. But it almost didn’t happen.
There is a certain excitement that comes from a live broadcast because almost anything can happen.
Behind every classical recording and broadcast there’s an expert engineer, who combines sciences with, perhaps, a little magic.
Once upon a time, record labels would rally a team of A&R directors, engineers, producers, and distributors to realize an artist’s dream, but this has changed. How classical recordings are made today might surprise you.