Capturing the Heart of the Song
This is the story of Craig Parker Adams & his vintage music recording studio based in Los Angeles, CA. With over 20+ years being a sound engineer for many talented artists there are many stories, tips & insights into capturing the heart of a song.
In the fall of 1997, Craig Parker Adams, a rock guitar player was looking for a space to play & record his music when a spot opened & he acquired one of the world's first ever known recording studios designed specifically to record audio for films. Located in the very heart of Hollywood Craig had no idea that one day his super cool (& haunted in a good way) historic Foley studio would become known as Winslow Ct. Studio.
"My good friend, Beau named the studio after a piece of music I wrote. He didn't know what it meant. It's named after the street I grew up on. WINSLOW CT. means home."
The studio was a personal creative space & like a home but slowly Craig began to open the studio door to record others. Building a business as a means for survival became a great education & opportunity to directly experience literally thousands of sessions with so many varying types of artists from all around the world. The result, his insights as a musician, sound engineer, producer, consultant, studio owner/operator are quite vast and most unique.
The music created at Winslow Ct.Studio ranges from Classical, Americana, Folk, Rock, Jazz, Indie, Punk, Blues, Roots & R&B. An album & favorite tracks will spotlighted with insights on the recording process with behind the scenes stories. MORE
Out now Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore "Downey to Lubbock" released by Yep Rock Records.
Audio Recording Tips
Insights on running a recording studio but also some favorite tools & tips gained by first hand experiences from the many mentors Craig as worked with.