bruel and kjaer 4007

    Here is the studio’s newest mic, which was also quite possibly the very FIRST microphone ever to be found at Q Division. This Brüel and Kjaer model 4007 omni mic belonged to Mike Blackmer and was the very mic he used

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Yankee & The Foreigners – Not Negotiable

Not your typical band of warriors, Yankee & The Foreigners arrive in Q Division’s old Studio B to lay down some burning tracks and some strange footage. Blending small areas of folk, bluegrass, and rock together, the 5-piece band brings

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Berklee Grammy Album of the Year Mashup

Berklee students explode into a smooth and grandiose mashup arrangement of the 2015 Grammy Album of the Year nominees, including songs from Ed Sheeran, Beck, Beyoncé, and Pharrell Williams. Recorded with help from our very own James Bridges in Q

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American Hustle

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Soft Fangs – Point of View

Soft Fangs’ light and airy vocals pierce through this laid-back acoustic recording, bringing a cool perspective in his track and live video, “Point of View” – engineered by Q’s veteran producer Matt Beaudoin, filmed and edited by Michael Chew as

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Ross Livermore Band – To Life

The Ross Livermore Band perform one of their slower, downbeat ballads, featuring Studio A’s Hammond C2 organ. This arrangement unwinds with a blended and passionate four-part harmony. The band camped in Studio A for a few days and tracked a

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The New Highway Hymnal (Converse Rubber Tracks)

The New Highway Hymnal talk about the change between playing and recording in basements and the gear, environment, and overall atmosphere Q Division had to offer when recording their first album.  

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Session Americana

The multifaceted Session Americana recorded this gem with Matt Beaudoin and it looks amazing! Oh, and it sounds great too.

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Ruby Rose Fox – Die Pretty

Looks like director Roger Metcalf might have been channeling Andy Warhol when he made this movie for Ruby Rose Fox’s Die Pretty. Produced by Mr. Will Daily and engineered and mixed by Pat DiCenso, Die Pretty also features Ed Valauskas

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New Gramercy Arms video

Congratulations to Gramercy Arms on this video for “Beautiful Disguise”, featuring Lloyd Cole and Joan Wasser. This song wasn’t recorded here, but some of the record was… and plus it’s cool.

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Dinner time at Q Division…

AKA- Cleaning off the guitar pedal rack to install a new shelf.

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Always Was You – Ross Livermore Band

Ross Livermore Band rolled into Studio A a few months ago and recorded a bunch of songs LIVE, to our 2″ tape machine, filming the whole thing. This is how their song Always Was You looked and sounded. Matt Pendergast

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Will Dailey – Sunken Ship

Will Dailey’s album National Throat is doing really well and this song’s getting a lot of air play. Even though Will almost drowned several times making the video. Tracked and mixed in Studio A (and elsewhere) by Pat Dicenso.

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Ross Livermore Band – Q Division Session Behind the Scenes

The Ross Livermore Band bring their eccentric and long-winding video series to an end here at Q Division Studios, talking about the ups and downs of recording a record and what it’s like to get the rare experience to record

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Recording Week with Anne Heaton

Anne Heaton hosted a “recording week” at Q Division a couple of months ago. A group of young songwriters got to spend a few days at Q working on their songs with ace musicians and engineers, learning how to have

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