Airshow HQ recently sat down with founder and chief engineer David Glasser to discuss 40+ years in the business. How did you get into the business? I’ve been a lifelong music fan (and mediocre guitar player.) I spent most of my college time at the campus radio station WBRS at Brandeis University in Massachusetts. This […]
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From an early age, Charlie Pilzer connected with music – and other musicians. A native of the Washington, DC area, Charlie began playing bass and piano in junior high school. He drew from many sources: an influential band director, his fellow players in the Montgomery County Youth Orchestra, and other young rock musicians who […]Airshow, Appleseed, audio, Charlie Pilzer, Folk, Grammy Awards, Maggie's Music, Mastering, Mixing, recording, restoration, Rounder, Severn, Smithsonian Folkways, Spælimenninir, traditional
Airshow HQ recently sat down with Anna Frick, engineer and Restoration Project Manager at our Boulder, CO studio, to talk about her experiences handling mastering, restoration, and everything in between. How did you get into engineering? A friend of mine in high school was a songwriter and I got this hairbrained idea to record […]Airshow, Anna Frick, Bluegrass, country, engineering, Folk, mandolin, Mastering, quality control, restoration, spoken word, The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Transfer
Randy LeRoy has always been a music lover. As a teenager in rural central Illinois, he taught himself guitar by listening to the FM radio stations, playing along with groups like The Doobie Brothers, Edgar Winter and The Marshall Tucker Band, and he and his buddies would be constantly blasting tunes off the radio or 8-track through his […]A&R, Airshow, Americana, audio, Bluegrass, CBS Records, country, engineering, Final Stage Mastering, Folk, Masterfonics, Mastering, Nashville, Randy LeRoy, studios