It seems that Joe D’Ambrosio’s clients – some of the world’s top recording engineers and producers – are keeping the studios of the world busy – as 15 different masters of their craft announce October projects..

* Tony Visconti producing Lucy Woodward (Verve);

* Hugh Padgham producing indie UK rockers, Lo-Star at Sofa Sound Studios, London;

* Mick Guzauski mixed Boyz II Men (Decca) upcoming CD and Andrea Bocelli’s “God Bless Us Everyone” lead single from his latest Sony CD;

* Joe Zook mixed the upcoming albums by Dashboard Confessional and OneRepublic and is currently mixing the debut release for Tamar Kaprelian (Interscope) as well as Kate Voegele’s next single, “Inside Out”;

* Jay Newland is producing Sly Johnson’s debut (Universal France) after producing/mixing Maurane’s upcoming CD and Eddy Mitchell’s upcoming release;

* Rich Travali is mixing the upcoming Robin Thicke (Interscope) CD and several singles for Toni Braxton (Atlantic);

* Thom Monahan is in Northern California producing the debut by Leopold and his Fiction and the upcoming release by Johnny Irion and Sarah Lee Guthrie. Most recently, he’s produced and mixed releases by Vetiverand Au Revoir Simone;

* Larry Gold just completed writing arrangements for Rick Ross, Kid Cudi, Angelique Kidjo, Cheryl Cole and Kat Deluna. He’s in now with T-Pain;

* Vic Florencia, Juno-winning Best Engineer mixed Five For Fighting’supcoming Slice (Columbia/Aware) and is currently mixing Justin Nozuka’s upcoming album (Glassnote) from Concrete Jungle Studio in Toronto;

* Dru Castro remixed Michael Franti’s “Say Hey (I Love You)” single for Urban radio at his Atlanta studio and celebrates his co-production and mix of K’Jon’s “On The Ocean”, a five-week Billboard #1 Urban A/C single. He’s in now remixing Anjulie’s “Rain” (Concord);

* Lawrence Manchester recorded and mixed Danny Elfman’s score for Ang Lee’s film Taking Woodstock and produced music for Michael Moore’s latest film, Capitalism: A Love Story. He is currently working with Elliot Goldenthal on original music for his upcoming film, The Tempest;

* Thom Cadley is mixing Third Eye Blind Acoustic Live NYC project in 5.1 surround sound;

* Mario McNulty just got off the road doing live recording for the final dates of the Nine Inch Nails tour and is in mixing the upcoming release for Laurie Anderson (Verve);

* Rob Mounsey scored the film, Citizen Jane, for The Hallmark Channel, arranged the single, “Maybe Tomorrow,” from Michael Jackson’s Remix Suite III EP (Universal/Republic), arranged Trisha Yearwood’s contribution to an upcoming tribute to George Gershwin and is currently in his studio producing Yvette Rovira;

* Ryan Shore, acclaimed film composer, has five projects being released in the final Quarter of 2009 and starts work on his original score for the film,The Shrine.

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