WINTER 2004 NEWS
The year ended with a bang at HarariVille. A variety of clients brought
their recording and mixing projects to the studio which features a Neve
VR-60 console and a Steinway baby grand piano. Highlights include:
The NJ electronic alternative band Mynuskris recorded and mixed tracks
for their self-titled CD to be released by Powerhowse Records. The
sessions were engineered by Jeff Phurrough and assisted by Matt Seitz.
ZAZ, a NY-based vocal quartet, mixed 12 songs for their “In Other Words”
CD. Featuring pop classics and jazz standards imaginatively arranged by
Elise Bretton, the group combines the elegance, style and humor of the
great close harmony vocalists of the 40’s and 50’s. Rob Harari mixed the
sessions which included a jazz combo backing the vocal group.
Long Island alternative band EVA was in the studio to record and mix
tracks for their upcoming CD release. The band’s music highlights the
emotional voice of singer and songwriter Rebekka Carol. The sessions
were produced by Rob Harari.
Producer Mike Roze recorded VT Music artist Chen (Scott) Cheng’s latest
single “Blue Sky”.
Outside the studio, Rob Harari provided audio services for the
well-known klezmer band The Klezmatics when they performed at the United
Synagogue in Hoboken to a sold-out audience.
Rob Harari was interviewed by Recording Magazine for a feature article
on techniques used in recording the 8-member a capella group Pieces of
8. See the story in the October 2004 issue of the magazine.