Lambert interviewed Joseph Magee while working on the film score for
Disney's "The Country Bears" at O'Henry Studios. Select
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great mics - new or old - audio workstations, great acoustics but,
most of all, real, live musicians and I'll make great
recordings" says Joseph Magee.
Joseph Magee has
numerous credits with a very wide range of musical styles; jazz,
classical, rock, pop, latin and world music in addition to numerous
recording, mixing and production credits for feature films - not
forgetting his other work as a consultant for design projects for
Disney Concert Hall and The Colburn School of Performing Arts.
You may also have seen Joseph at the Hollywood Bowl where he mixes
about 90% of all live shows!
Past credits include
The Boston Pops, Ray Brown, Whitney Huston, Tina Turner, Joe
Williams, Stewart Copeland and a vast array of classical ensembles
such as Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The L.A. Philharmonic and The
Naples Philharmonic. Joseph's film score/soundtrack work
includes 'Sister Act 2', 'Twister', 'Money Train' and Tina Turner's
story 'What's love got to do with it' (see our related Graham
Lyle feature). More recently Joseph has been involved with
several Disney Films including 'Fantasia 2000' with James Levine
(Chicago Symphony Orchestra), 'Coyote Ugly' and 'High Fidelity' with
John Cussack. He worked with Trevor Horn (see our related Trevor
Horn feature) and Michael Mann recently on a Sony Pictures film,
Most recently Joseph
has been working on another Disney film, 'The country bears' with
Glyn Johns and John Hiatt, which is where we caught up with him to
interview for the website. Joseph can be contacted here.
Special thanks to Mel
taking the time to do the interview at O'Henry
Studios, the staff
of O'Henry and the team that filmed the interview, Johnny
Jaskot Producer/Director, Brian Sferrazzo Camera 1, and Eric Slater Camera
2 and lights. Thank
you to Claris at StudioExpresso.com for co-ordinating this feature.
For more than a dozen
Lambert has spearheaded Media&Marketing, a consultancy service for
the professional audio, broadcast and multimedia industries. In addition
to providing public relations, marketing and consulting services for such
companies as Amek, AMS-Neve, Aphex Systems,
Ensoniq, Euphonix, Fairlight, Graham-Patten Systems, HHB, Martinsound,
Meyer Sound, ADC-nVision, QSC, Record Plant Studios, Solid State Logic,
Sony Cinema Products, Sunset Sound Studios and Symetrix, he has created a
number of freelance articles, profiles and reviews for such magazines as
"Mix," "Radio World," POST," "Pro Audio
Review," "Millimeter," "Audio Media," and
For seven years Mel
Lambert was Managing Editor and later Editor of "Recording
Engineer-Producer," and most recently served as International
Marketing Director with Otari Corporation.
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