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…
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.
They’ve been making a record at Q with Ed and DZ. It’s gonna be out in a second. Can you wait? No? Well, here’s a tease.
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The Blue Ribbons, with some help from Gipsy Pixel video production, perform their song “Fooling Around” for a live studio audience, recorded and mixed by one of our senior engineers, Matt Beaudoin. With bluesy and sizzling prowess, The Blue Ribbons…
Here’s a take of The Blue Ribbons performing Magdalena for a live audience in Studio A, no gimmicks necessary thanks to a beautiful real time video production by Gipsy Pixel. With one fluid performance, the Blue Ribbons rip on through…
This trio brings an intimate touch to this popular song by Tracy Chapman. With incredibly tight three-part harmony, this folky arrangement (featuring some breath-taking cello lines) reels the listener in. It was filmed and recorded right here in Studio B,…
Tight, crunchy harmonies showcase Stonehoney’s knack and flare for classic country music with a southern rock twist, filmed live at Q, engineered by Joe Tooley and produced by Ed Valauskas in our very own Studio A.
Mark Bates’s album Wish I Was There was released in 2006, and features Tom Polce in various guises (mixer, engineer, drummer, and bassist!). Produced by Mark Bates, it also features both Matt’s in engineering roles. Mark showcases his ease in the…