Los Angeles Recording Studio Rescues Carmageddon 405 Victims with Live Streaming Performances

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Starting at 12 p.m. PST Los Angeles recording studio Studio City Sound will broadcast an eclectic blend of musical artists including Grammy-winning composer Jeff Silbar (“ Wind Beneath My Wings” ), a cross cultural rock duo Layla Lane, and Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist Kara Grainger, and others. Just click the streaming live link at http://www.studiocitysound.com.

Studio City Sound LIVE: Carmageddon 405 Special

Studio City Sound (SCS), the legendary recording studio whose clients include Rod Stewart, No Doubt, Eric Clapton, Weezer, and Blondie (among others), continues its webcast with live video streaming, featuring their trademark state-of-the-art sound. This week, as an antidote to Carmageddon 405 (the closing of a major freeway in Los Angeles), Studio City Sound’s “SCS LIVE” will broadcast an exciting group of artists live from the studio.

“SCS Live” will broadcast this Sunday, July 17th starting at 12 pm (PST) featuring a lineup of live performances. Watch the broadcast at:


12:00 p.m. – Layla Lane    
1:30 p.m. – Ground Zero    
3:00 p.m. – John Julian    
5:00 p.m. – Kara Grainger    
6:30 p.m. – Jeff Silbar        
8:00 p.m. – Toonyun        
9:00 p.m. – Images        

A world-class recording studio, Studio City Sound is well-known for offering the grandeur of an old-fashioned studio in a historic location (formerly known as Fidelity Studios) where great musicians including Billy Joel, Steve Miller, and The Runaways have been recorded and mixed. SCS combines the best of digital recording with classic vintage audio equipment, for unmatched richness and depth of analog sound. Studio City Sound is owned and operated by Grammy-Award winning mixer-producer Tom Weir.

Recently, SCS upgraded to Panasonic HD cameras, a Datavideo HD switcher, and Stellar Lighting equipment – to offer full HD services for all facets of video production. With this new equipment, Studio City Sound has transformed into a multi-camera production facility that offers live streaming video to artists, as well as professionally produced videos ideal for Youtube, DVD, broadcast, and elsewhere. Artists can even stream recording sessions live so that fans can watch while albums are being created, providing instant feedback to their favorite performers.

This week’s broadcast will be especially noteworthy since the artists’ performances on SCS LIVE will be made available on iTunes shortly after the broadcast, including selected HD videos.

These services are not confined to the studio either – SCS recently completed both HD video production and remote Pro Tools audio recording of “ Friday Night Live” featuring Craig Taubman at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater on July 8, 2011 and is able to offer the same high quality production anywhere.


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