October 2011 - January 2012

The Dubway Remote Recording Team has been in full effect for iTunes, recording and mixing the likes of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gavin Degraw for the "In Session" series. 

The Dubway Remote Recording Team has been in full effect for iTunes, recording and mixing the likes of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gavin Degraw for the "In Session" series. 

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Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Anthony Hamilton

Anthony Hamilton

On location at the Apple Store, they recorded Sting, Anthony Hamilton, and Tyrese, for the "Meet The Musician" podcasts.

On location at the Apple Store, they recorded StingAnthony Hamilton, and Tyrese, for the "Meet The Musician" podcasts.

The CD "Sounds of the Osa" was officially released. Documenting sounds from a Costa Rican rainforest. The audio was recorded a year ago, with Dubway’s Al Houghton consulting on location, and subsequently mastering to create "a window to incredible biodiversity by taking the listener through an audio experience of an entire day on the Osa Peninsula." Birds, bugs, frogs, and thunder…

The CD "Sounds of the Osa" was officially released. Documenting sounds from a Costa Rican rainforest. The audio was recorded a year ago, with Dubway’s Al Houghton consulting on location, and subsequently mastering to create "a window to incredible biodiversity by taking the listener through an audio experience of an entire day on the Osa Peninsula." Birds, bugs, frogs, and thunder…

Dubway's Location Sound Team trailed all over Brooklyn and Manhattan for weeks, tracking two new reality shows for Oxygen (“Brooklyn 11223”) and MTV. These shows will have their network debuts in the spring. Headed up by Dubway’s Chris Abell, the location sound team is garnering rave reviews from the television industry form the directors and producers in the reality TV trenches.

In another location sound mix, the crew worked with Inner Dog Productions shooting audio for renowned kids’ TV content provider, Sesame Workshop.
In the audio post realm, Dubway is currently mixing award-winning filmmaker Joan Grossman’s latest film, "Drop City," which chronicles the evolution of the famed counterculture commune from the ‘60’s in Colorado.

The Dubway Remote Recording Team has been in full effect for iTunes, recording and mixing the likes of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gavin Degraw for the "In Session" series. On location at the Apple Store, they recorded StingAnthony Hamilton, and Tyrese, for the "Meet The Musician" podcasts.

The CD "Sounds of the Osa" was officially released. Documenting sounds from a Costa Rican rainforest. The audio was recorded a year ago, with Dubway’s Al Houghton consulting on location, and subsequently mastering to create "a window to incredible biodiversity by taking the listener through an audio experience of an entire day on the Osa Peninsula." Birds, bugs, frogs, and thunder…

September 2011

Bubble Guppies, America’s number one preschool kids animation, continues dialogue recordings for its second season on Nick, Jr. Dubway’s partner, Rhumba Recorders, is responsible for the music and audio services for the show, including the composition and production of the great songs and scoring (courtesy Murmur Music). Dubway’s Stephen Schappler engineered the sessions.

Bubble Guppies, America’s number one preschool kids animation, continues dialogue recordings for its second season on Nick, Jr. Dubway’s partner, Rhumba Recorders, is responsible for the music and audio services for the show, including the composition and production of the great songs and scoring (courtesy Murmur Music). Dubway’s Stephen Schappler engineered the sessions.

Penguin Books was in house, continuing their development of audio books, with the technical assistance of Dubway engineer Keith Rigling.

Penguin Books was in house, continuing their development of audio books, with the technical assistance of Dubway engineer Keith Rigling.

Jennifer Cody

Jennifer Cody

The American Council on the teaching of Foreign Languages continued their in depth recording of diverse international voice over for their education and assessment programs, with Stephen Schappler engineering.  

The American Council on the teaching of Foreign Languages continued their in depth recording of diverse international voice over for their education and assessment programs, with Stephen Schappler engineering.

 

Speaking of Nickelodeon, Dubway provided ADR for the LA-based Winx Club production, via ISDN, as well as several dialog records. Talent included Elizabeth Gillies and Jennifer Cody, of the Disney Animation, "Princess and the Frog." The reinvigorated tween animation premiered in June, and is set for full series release soon.

Speaking of Nickelodeon, Dubway provided ADR for the LA-based Winx Club production, via ISDN, as well as several dialog records. Talent included Elizabeth Gillies and Jennifer Cody, of the Disney Animation, "Princess and the Frog." The reinvigorated tween animation premiered in June, and is set for full series release soon.

Dubway continued its recording and mixing of iTunes’Live at Soho series, utilizing the crack remote recording team of Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh. Sessions included Incubus, Olivia, Panic! at the Disco,Jadakiss, Diego Garcia, The Gaslight Anthem,Young the Giant, Goo Goo Dolls, Iron & Wine, and Grace Potter.

Dubway continued its recording and mixing of iTunes’Live at Soho series, utilizing the crack remote recording team of Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh. Sessions included Incubus, Olivia, Panic! at the Disco,JadakissDiego GarciaThe Gaslight Anthem,Young the GiantGoo Goo DollsIron & Wine, and Grace Potter.

Iron & Wine

Iron & Wine

Candlewick Press recorded author Sam McBratney reading his children's illustrated book Guess How Much I Love You, which has sold 28 million (!!) copies worldwide. Keith Rigling engineered.

Candlewick Press recorded author Sam McBratney reading his children's illustrated book Guess How Much I Love You, which has sold 28 million (!!) copies worldwide. Keith Rigling engineered.

Interactive Games Group’s Fred Chesnais brought in actress Celines Toribio for voice over recording on their new production.

Interactive Games Group’s Fred Chesnais brought in actress Celines Toribio for voice over recording on their new production.

Elizabeth Gillies

Elizabeth Gillies

Goo Goo Dolls

Goo Goo Dolls

Mike Judeh engineered an intimate field recording of Norah Jones for Anthony Bourdain’s TV show No Reservations.  

Mike Judeh engineered an intimate field recording of Norah Jones for Anthony Bourdain’s TV show No Reservations.

 

Bubble Guppies, America’s number one preschool kids animation, continues dialogue recordings for its second season on Nick, Jr. Dubway’s partner, Rhumba Recorders, is responsible for the music and audio services for the show, including the composition and production of the great songs and scoring (courtesy Murmur Music). Dubway’s Stephen Schappler engineered the sessions.

Speaking of Nickelodeon, Dubway provided ADR for the LA-based Winx Club production, via ISDN, as well as several dialog records. Talent included Elizabeth Gillies and Jennifer Cody, of the Disney Animation, "Princess and the Frog." The reinvigorated tween animation premiered in June, and is set for full series release soon.

Additionally, Winx Club tapped Evan Lurie (The Backyardigans, Oswald the Octopus) to compose a new song for their Christmas special. Evan brought the song to Dubway, producing it with the help of Dubway’s Keith Rigling.

Interactive Games Group’s Fred Chesnais brought in actress Celines Toribio for voice over recording on their new production.

Penguin Books was in house, continuing their development of audio books, with the technical assistance of Dubway engineer Keith Rigling.

The American Council on the teaching of Foreign Languages continued their in depth recording of diverse international voice over for their education and assessment programs, with Stephen Schappler engineering.

Dubway continued its recording and mixing of iTunes’Live at Soho series, utilizing the crack remote recording team of Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh. Sessions included Incubus, Olivia, Panic! at the DiscoJadakissDiego GarciaThe Gaslight AnthemYoung the GiantGoo Goo DollsIron & Wine, and Grace Potter.

Q Department, a perennially cutting edge production group, was tracking a live surf band for a Mercedes-Benz commercial, with technical oversight of Mike Judeh.

Crest Animation was recording characters via ISDN for a new film release of The Swan Princess.

Dubway’s Chris Abell recorded production audio on location for Ish Entertainment’s production, The June Ambrose Project, as well 6 demanding weeks on a brand new series, to be released shortly.

Michael Simon Hall recorded and edited audio for his Pieces of Paper project, a multimedia meditation on the power of human compassion in action the week of September 11, 2001. Music was composed by internationally acclaimed composer Anton Batagov and was performed by world renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz.. Dubway’s Stephen Schappler and Josh Tucker engineered the project.

Mike Judeh engineered an intimate field recording of Norah Jones for Anthony Bourdain’s TV show No Reservations.

Candlewick Press recorded author Sam McBratney reading his children's illustrated book Guess How Much I Love You, which has sold 28 million (!!) copies worldwide. Keith Rigling engineered.

Filmmaker Paul Grissom mixed a short film titled School's Out.

January - August 2011

The first is a freshman effort by actor Jordan Coleman, called Payin' the Price, which has garnered an award at the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival. The drama deals with the specter of domestic violence.

The first is a freshman effort by actor Jordan Coleman, called Payin' the Price, which has garnered an award at the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival. The drama deals with the specter of domestic violence.

Death By Medicine has taken the award for 'Best Independent Documentary' at this year's Best of Fest Festival. This movie "takes a a hard look at the dominant medical paradigm contributing to America's health crisis." The sound was mixed by Dubway's own Stephen Schappler.

Death By Medicine has taken the award for 'Best Independent Documentary' at this year's Best of Fest Festival. This movie "takes a a hard look at the dominant medical paradigm contributing to America's health crisis." The sound was mixed by Dubway's own Stephen Schappler.

Dubway’s remote recording team Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh handled a recording of Adele for VH1 Unplugged, and subsequently mixed it in surround sound. 

Dubway’s remote recording team Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh handled a recording of Adele for VH1 Unplugged, and subsequently mixed it in surround sound. 

Dubway recorded Lykke Li remotely for VH1 unplugged, and mixed a surround sound version of the show for broadcast.

Dubway recorded Lykke Li remotely for VH1 unplugged, and mixed a surround sound version of the show for broadcast.

 In the same week, they recorded Live from Soho guests Iron and Wine for iTunes. 

 In the same week, they recorded Live from Soho guests Iron and Wine for iTunes. 

Amos Lee was recorded in Soho a week later, in anticipation of his newest album release, "Mission Bell."

Amos Lee was recorded in Soho a week later, in anticipation of his newest album release, "Mission Bell."

Dubway mixed the audio for three features this July:

The first is a freshman effort by actor Jordan Coleman, called Payin' the Price, which has garnered an award at the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival. The drama deals with the specter of domestic violence.

In quick succession were two documentaries by Gary NullDeath By Medicine and Knocking On the Devil's Door. Produced by Valerie Vancleve and Richard Gale, the films premier in August at the IFC here in NYC, and in LA.

Death By Medicine has taken the award for 'Best Independent Documentary' at this year's Best of Fest Festival. This movie "takes a a hard look at the dominant medical paradigm contributing to America's health crisis." The sound was mixed by Dubway's own Stephen Schappler.

Knocking on the Devil's Door investigates the nuclear power industry and the politics surrounding radiation and nuclear safety. Taylor Batchelor mixed the audio.

The television producers at ISH Entertainment brought Dubway on to capture the production audio for an event called "Pop Up Chapel" in which 24 same-sex couples got married in Columbus Circle, next to Central Park. Dave Holmes (MTV, Reno 911) MC'ed the event. Josh Tucker of Dubway handled the sound record.

Dubway’s remote recording team Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh handled a recording of Adele for VH1 Unplugged, and subsequently mixed it in surround sound. In the same week, they recorded Live from Soho guests Iron and Wine for iTunes. Amos Lee was recorded in Soho a week later, in anticipation of his newest album release, "Mission Bell."

Dubway recorded Lykke Li remotely for VH1 unplugged, and mixed a surround sound version of the show for broadcast.

July - December 2010

 Soho was abuzz when The Roots took to the stage with songs from their newest album How I Got Over.  The band played a cover of Guns n Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” that was stadiu- worthy and brought the crowd to their feet. 

 Soho was abuzz when The Roots took to the stage with songs from their newest album How I Got Over.  The band played a cover of Guns n Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” that was stadiu- worthy and brought the crowd to their feet. 

Atlanta based indie buzz-band Deerhunter and Utah based alternative band Neon Trees performed live sets for enthusiastic fans in Soho. 

Atlanta based indie buzz-band Deerhunter and Utah based alternative band Neon Trees performed live sets for enthusiastic fans in Soho. 

Dubway continues it’s live recordings of Live from SoHo, with Josh Groban, and the Goo Goo Dolls. Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh engineered the sessions, and mixed the recordings afterwards for exclusive release on iTunes.

Dubway continues it’s live recordings of Live from SoHo, with Josh Groban, and the Goo Goo Dolls. Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh engineered the sessions, and mixed the recordings afterwards for exclusive release on iTunes.

Also in Soho, British singer-songwriter David Gray captivated fans for 45 minutes with a solo-acoustic set showcasing songs from his new album “Foundling.”

Also in Soho, British singer-songwriter David Gray captivated fans for 45 minutes with a solo-acoustic set showcasing songs from his new album “Foundling.”

Guests on Live from the Artists Den this month included Grace Potter and The Nocturnals at Bryant Park and 80’s UK pop group Squeeze.  

Guests on Live from the Artists Den this month included Grace Potter and The Nocturnals at Bryant Park and 80’s UK pop group Squeeze 

 Columbia Recording artist John Legend and The Roots hit the iTunes stage playing songs from their new Wake Up album. 

 Columbia Recording artist John Legend and The Roots hit the iTunes stage playing songs from their new Wake Up album. 

 Columbia Recording artist John Legend and The Roots hit the iTunes stage playing songs from their new Wake Up album. 

 Columbia Recording artist John Legend and The Roots hit the iTunes stage playing songs from their new Wake Up album. 

 “Clear Blue Tuesday” is a pop musical about living in New York City post-9/11 and is receiving rave reviews.  The albums’ soundtrack out on Sh-K-Boom Records was mastered here at Dubway Studios by Engineer/Owner Mike Crehore.

 “Clear Blue Tuesday” is a pop musical about living in New York City post-9/11 and is receiving rave reviews.  The albums’ soundtrack out on Sh-K-Boom Records was mastered here at Dubway Studios by Engineer/Owner Mike Crehore.

Atlanta based indie buzz-band Deerhunter and Utah based alternative band Neon Trees performed live sets for enthusiastic fans in Soho. 

Atlanta based indie buzz-band Deerhunter and Utah based alternative band Neon Trees performed live sets for enthusiastic fans in Soho. 

Sony Recording artist Sara Bareilles made a New York City tour stop and graced the iTunes stage performing songs from her new album Kaleidoscope Heart. 

Sony Recording artist Sara Bareilles made a New York City tour stop and graced the iTunes stage performing songs from her new album Kaleidoscope Heart. 

It’s been a busy couple of months over at the Apple Store in Soho with the iTunes Live from Soho series.  Soho was abuzz when The Roots took to the stage with songs from their newest album How I Got Over.  The band played a cover of Guns n Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” that was stadiu- worthy and brought the crowd to their feet.  Also in Soho, British singer-songwriter David Gray captivated fans for 45 minutes with a solo-acoustic set showcasing songs from his new album “Foundling.”  The set also included standards such as “Please Forgive Me,” “This Years Love,” and“Sail Away.”  Other performers on the Live From Soho stage included Kidz in the Hall promoting their new album “Land of Make Believe,” Mexican metal band Moderatto promoting their “Queremos Rock”album, and Latin Grammy-nomanies Nortec Collectivepromoting their “Bostich and Fussible” album.  Franco-Chilean hip-hop songstress Anita Tijoux, formerly of Makiza fame, was also a featured artist onLive from Soho.  Tijouz brought her brand of Sudaca rap to Soho’s Apple Store, as part of the 2010 Latin Alternative Music Conference.  Jason Marcucci tracked the concerts and Mike Judeh assisted. 

Atlanta born rapper B.o.B was the featured artist on MTV Unplugged this month.  The artist performed songs from his recent B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray CD for an enthusiastic audience in Manhattan.  Jason Marcucci recorded the taping and Mike Judeh assisted.

The new film by writer/director Elizabeth Lucas is now out at selected theaters.  “Clear Blue Tuesday” is a pop musical about living in New York City post-9/11 and is receiving rave reviews.  The albums’ soundtrack out on Sh-K-Boom Records was mastered here at Dubway Studios by Engineer/Owner Mike Crehore.

Guests on Live from the Artists Den this month included Grace Potter and The Nocturnals at Bryant Park and 80’s UK pop group Squeeze Ms. Potter is currently on a national tour with her band promoting their self-titled album on Hollywood Records.  In support of their newest release Spot the Difference,Squeeze is touring as well.  The album contains new recordings of Squeeze classics.  Both concerts were recorded by Dubway engineer Mike Judeh and will air later this year on PBS.

Bravo Television’s newest TV show “The Approval Matrix” based on the New York Magazine article of the same name began taping casting sessions for the show this month and Dubway engineer Chris Abell was there to record the audio.  Look for it to begin airing later this year.

Over at the Apple Store in Soho, the Live From Soho series has been going strong this month. Atlanta based indie buzz-band Deerhunter and Utah based alternative band Neon Trees performed live sets for enthusiastic fans in Soho. Sony Recording artist Sara Bareilles made a New York City tour stop and graced the iTunes stage performing songs from her new album Kaleidoscope Heart. Columbia Recording artist John Legend and The Roots hit the iTunes stage playing songs from their new Wake Up album. Legend and The Roots have teamed up on the new album and have been spreading their music around the globe on a world tour. Dubway Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci recorded the live concerts and Mike Judeh assisted.

Meanwhile, Dubway continues it’s live recordings of Live from SoHo, with Josh Groban, and the Goo Goo Dolls. Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh engineered the sessions, and mixed the recordings afterwards for exclusive release on iTunes.

Dubway hosted authors Amor Towles ("Rules of Civility") and Nina Darnton ("An African Affair") in a recoding session for Penguin Books.

Jan - June 2010

Dubway kicked off the new year with the legendary Ringo Starr and an episode of Live from the Artist Den. The former Beatle performed a handful of his many hits along with tracks from his new album Y Not, on Hip-O Records/Universal Music. 

Dubway kicked off the new year with the legendary Ringo Starr and an episode of Live from the Artist Den. The former Beatle performed a handful of his many hits along with tracks from his new album Y Not, on Hip-O Records/Universal Music. 

The much heralded Chinese classical pianist Lang Lang was in New York City to play a benefit concert for the children of Haiti at Carnegie Hall.  The artist serves as a “UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador” and is raising money to help with relief efforts after the recent devastating earthquake.  Dubway Studios was asked to record a private pre-show performance by Lang Lang in a small New York theater for television & Internet promotional spots to bring attention to the evening fundraiser.  Dubway Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the performance and Chris Montgomery assisted.

The much heralded Chinese classical pianist Lang Lang was in New York City to play a benefit concert for the children of Haiti at Carnegie Hall.  The artist serves as a “UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador” and is raising money to help with relief efforts after the recent devastating earthquake.  Dubway Studios was asked to record a private pre-show performance by Lang Lang in a small New York theater for television & Internet promotional spots to bring attention to the evening fundraiser.  Dubway Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the performance and Chris Montgomery assisted.

Another MTV Unplugged guest this month, Grammy-winners Phoenix.  The band performed songs from theirWolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album along with songs from 2006’s It’s Never Been Like That including a new take on “Long Distance Call.”  Jason Marcucci tracked the taping and Mike Judeh assisted.

Another MTV Unplugged guest this month, Grammy-winners Phoenix.  The band performed songs from theirWolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album along with songs from 2006’s It’s Never Been Like That including a new take on “Long Distance Call.”  Jason Marcucci tracked the taping and Mike Judeh assisted.

Australian-born pop singer Daniel Merriweatherwas the featured guest on this month's Live From the Artists Den.  Merriweather is currently on tour promoting his debut album “Love & War” on RCA/Jive.  The taping took place in front of a small live audience and will air later this year on PBS.  Chris Abell recorded the concert.

Australian-born pop singer Daniel Merriweatherwas the featured guest on this month's Live From the Artists Den Merriweather is currently on tour promoting his debut album “Love & War” on RCA/Jive.  The taping took place in front of a small live audience and will air later this year on PBS.  Chris Abell recorded the concert.

Apple’s Live from Soho series for iTunes hosted the brilliant modern-classical-minimalist composer Philip Glass and his Glass Chamber Players. 

Apple’s Live from Soho series for iTunes hosted the brilliant modern-classical-minimalist composer Philip Glass and his Glass Chamber Players. 

Downtown in Soho on Apple’s Live From Soho stage, Grammy Award-winning Musical Artist Angelique Kidjo performed for a packed house.  The Beninoise singer-songwriter is well-know for her diverse musical influences and activism.  She campaigns for women’s rights in Africa and founded The Batonga Foundation, which gives girls a secondary school and higher education. 

Downtown in Soho on Apple’s Live From Soho stage, Grammy Award-winning Musical Artist Angelique Kidjo performed for a packed house.  The Beninoise singer-songwriter is well-know for her diverse musical influences and activism.  She campaigns for women’s rights in Africa and founded The Batonga Foundation, which gives girls a secondary school and higher education. 

Dubway engineer Mike Judeh stopped byJanet Jackson’s Manhattan apartment to record an interview promoting her new film with Tyler Perry, “Why Did I Get Married Too?.”  Ms. Jackson discussed the film and her upcoming concert tour.

Dubway engineer Mike Judeh stopped byJanet Jackson’s Manhattan apartment to record an interview promoting her new film with Tyler Perry, “Why Did I Get Married Too?.”  Ms. Jackson discussed the film and her upcoming concert tour.

Another Unplugged guest this month was the headline-grabbing Adam Lambert.  The second-place winner of American Idol is currently on tour promoting his RCA album For Your Entertainment.

Another Unplugged guest this month was the headline-grabbing Adam Lambert.  The second-place winner of American Idol is currently on tour promoting his RCA album For Your Entertainment.

Also downtown, songstress VV Brown graced the Live from Soho stage performing songs from her Universal Records release Traveling Like the Light.  Ms. Brown, whose songs have been featured in TV shows such as Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, and 90210, played to an enthusiastic crowd and included her hit song “Shark in the Water.” 

Also downtown, songstress VV Brown graced the Live from Soho stage performing songs from her Universal Records release Traveling Like the Light.  Ms. Brown, whose songs have been featured in TV shows such as Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, and 90210, played to an enthusiastic crowd and included her hit song “Shark in the Water.” 

Grammy-nominated R&B artist Trey Songz was the featured guest on MTV Unplugged this month and performed a stripped down set before an intimate studio audience in New York.  The Virginia native showcased a number of the hits from his latest album, Ready, including a mash-up of “I Invented Sex” and Marvin Gaye’s classic “Let’s Get It On.”  Dubway Studios Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci recorded the performance and Mike Judeh assisted.

Grammy-nominated R&B artist Trey Songz was the featured guest on MTV Unplugged this month and performed a stripped down set before an intimate studio audience in New York.  The Virginia native showcased a number of the hits from his latest album, Ready, including a mash-up of “I Invented Sex” and Marvin Gaye’s classic “Let’s Get It On.”  Dubway Studios Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci recorded the performance and Mike Judeh assisted.

Dubway kicked off the new year with the legendary Ringo Starr and an episode of Live from the Artist Den. The former Beatle performed a handful of his many hits along with tracks from his new album Y Not, on Hip-O Records/Universal Music. Ben Harper was the opening act and special guest Joan Osborne joined Starr on stage to sing backup vocals on “A Little Help From My Friends.”  The live concert was recorded by Dubway Studio’s staff engineer Mike Judeh.  The show will air later this year on PBS.

Apple’s Live from Soho series for iTunes hosted the brilliant modern-classical-minimalist composer Philip Glass and his Glass Chamber Players.  The concert featured Philip Glass, Wendy Sutter, Tim Fain, and special guest Ira Glass who performed for a packed house in the theater at the Apple Store in Soho.  Dubway’s Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the concert and Mike Judeh assisted.

Also this month on the Live from Soho stage was the wonderful Corrine Bailey Rae.  Ms. Bailey Raeperformed songs from her new album The Sea and is currently in the midst of a heavy tour schedule promoting the new release on EMI Records.  Jason Marcucci tracked the concert and Mike Judeh assisted.

RCA recording artists The Script were guests this month on the long-running hit show MTV Unplugged.  The band performed songs from their self-titled debut release and is currently on tour.  Another Unplugged guest this month was the headline-grabbing Adam Lambert.  The second-place winner of American Idol is currently on tour promoting his RCA album For Your Entertainment.

The much heralded Chinese classical pianist Lang Lang was in New York City to play a benefit concert for the children of Haiti at Carnegie Hall.  The artist serves as a “UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador” and is raising money to help with relief efforts after the recent devastating earthquake.  Dubway Studios was asked to record a private pre-show performance by Lang Lang in a small New York theater for television & Internet promotional spots to bring attention to the evening fundraiser.  Dubway Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the performance and Chris Montgomery assisted.

Downtown in Soho on Apple’s Live From Soho stage, Grammy Award-winning Musical Artist Angelique Kidjo performed for a packed house.  The Beninoise singer-songwriter is well-know for her diverse musical influences and activism.  She campaigns for women’s rights in Africa and founded The Batonga Foundation, which gives girls a secondary school and higher education.  Her long list of musical collaborations include Dave Matthews, Bono, Carlos Santana, andPeter Gabriel to name just a few.  Dubway Chief Enginer Jason Marcucci tracked the performance and Mike Judeh assisted. 

Also downtown, songstress VV Brown graced the Live from Soho stage performing songs from her Universal Records release Traveling Like the Light.  Ms. Brown, whose songs have been featured in TV shows such as Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, and 90210, played to an enthusiastic crowd and included her hit song “Shark in the Water.”  Jason Marcucci tracked and Mike Judeh assisted from Dubway.

Grammy-nominated R&B artist Trey Songz was the featured guest on MTV Unplugged this month and performed a stripped down set before an intimate studio audience in New York.  The Virginia native showcased a number of the hits from his latest album, Ready, including a mash-up of “I Invented Sex” and Marvin Gaye’s classic “Let’s Get It On.”  Dubway Studios Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci recorded the performance and Mike Judeh assisted.

Another MTV Unplugged guest this month, Grammy-winners Phoenix.  The band performed songs from theirWolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album along with songs from 2006’s It’s Never Been Like That including a new take on “Long Distance Call.”  Jason Marcucci tracked the taping and Mike Judeh assisted.

Dubway engineer Mike Judeh stopped byJanet Jackson’s Manhattan apartment to record an interview promoting her new film with Tyler Perry, “Why Did I Get Married Too?.”  Ms. Jackson discussed the film and her upcoming concert tour.

Australian-born pop singer Daniel Merriweather was the featured guest on this month's Live From the Artists Den Merriweather is currently on tour promoting his debut album “Love & War” on RCA/Jive.  The taping took place in front of a small live audience and will air later this year on PBS.  Chris Abell recorded the concert.

Over on the Live From Soho stage for Apple iTunes was the hip-hop duo Reflection Eternal.  The duo are currently touring to promote their new “Revolutions per Minute” release on Warner Brothers Records.  Another duo and guest of the series this month, Nuttin but Stringz.  Juilliard School of Music trained brothers Tourie and Damien Escobar play a unique blend of classical, pop, rock, & hip-hop with strings. Jason Marcucci tracked the performance and Mike Judeh assisted.