So this last week was spent in New York City @ the College Music Journal Music Marathon for the pre-launch of
The Viberavetions Project (( sonic|radar )) rage.fm which in and of itself was an *AMAZING*, successful experience. More on that to come.
In the mean time,
Via a recommendation and introduction from Uche Ogbuji, we are *EXTREMELY* fortunate to have working with us Dawn Frank who amongst an ever impressive list of accomplishments includes mastering four Grammy Award-winning albums from the San Francisco Symphony, Yo-Yo Ma, James Taylor and Herbie Hancock as well as one member of the ten person team who developed the Sony Super Audio CD. Before spending 4 years with the Sony SACD team she spent 8 years working at the NYC Sony studio (which, quite sadly, as of this last September is no longer) where — quite obviously — she had the opportunity to work with some *AMAZING* talent.
I really have no idea what I can/can not | should/should not say about the experience I had while sitting in the same studio pictured on Vlado’s MySpace page,
… but I can say this: Say and feel what you want about the music industry as a whole. But please don’t let those same feelings be reflected upon folks such as Vlado, Peter, and Dawn who represent the true heart and soul of what the music industry is truly all about,
Creating some of the most beautiful artwork this world has ever known.
Thanks for an *AMAZING* experience this past Tuesday Vlado, Peter, and Dawn!
More to come on the overall CMJ experience as well as the continued launch related events of amp.fm.