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I’ve been working on some very cool projects lately. Here’s a sample.

I broke out the Blue Sky 5.1 monitor system to mix a couple of songs for the upcoming Universal Pictures film, “The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything”. I was also music editor for the film score, composed by Kurt Heinecke.

Chris McDonald composed another album of instrumental music. We recorded the tracks here at My Space, overdubbed the Orchestra at Sound Emporium studio and came back here for mix.

Drummer/ Producer Bob Mater brought a project for me to mix for Mastron Music Group.

And currently I am recording tracks for iTheatrics (New York) production of “The Phantom Tollbooth”. A musical adaptation of Norton Juster’s classic book with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), and score by Arnold Black. Harnick and iTheatrics’ David Weinstein are in from New York to supervise the sessions at My Space Recording.

above: Dan Rudin and Sheldon Harnick

The NJO, a non-profit jazz performance organization whom I record and mix often, has a very special gig coming up this month.

On October 19th the NJO will do two performances featuring Stan Kenton’s “Cuban Fire Suite”. Special guests will include my good friends Glen Caruba, Bob Mater and Lalo Davila as well as the usual cast of exceptional players.

Shows are at 7:30 and 9:30 at Vanderbilt University’s Ingram Hall.

For more info

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