Lambkini is a multi-faceted production company located here in New York City. They specialize in creating content driven videos that connect musicians and artists with their fans. ReverbNation recently hosted an exclusive contest with it’s members where a band or musical artist could submit an original song recording in hopes of winning their own “Behind the Glass” episode on Lambkini.com. “Behind the Glass” is a series that Lambkini produces where they showcase a band playing live in a recording studio. Not only do they do an excellent job of portraying a band performing in an intimate studio environment, they also do an excellent job of revealing some of the “audio engineering” aspects of the creative process.
Lambkini has been working with us at Engine Room Audio exclusively for mastering their audio, and I’ve been fortunate to master the audio for a majority of their video projects. So when they chose Gabe MG and I to engineer their exclusive ReverbNation “Behind the Glass” video at Engine Room Audio, I was eager and excited to be a part of it. It was great to be working with my good pal and extremely talented engineer, Gabe MG, at a studio that we both are glad to call home. It was an added bonus the ReverbNation affiliated band that Lambkini selected (out of over 2,000 applicants) was excellent. They are called The Interlopers and I recommend you check them out.
Here are some more “Behind the Glass” episodes that I have mastered for Lambkini.
Recorded and Mixed by Jim Smith
Track: “Don’t Slow Me Down”
Recorded and Mixed by Matt McCorkle
Track: “First Time”
Recorded and Mixed by J Chris Griffin
Recorded and Mixed by Lane Banning
Track: “Laugh Out Loud”
Recorded and Mixed by Pete Lincoln
Track: “Look What The Cat Dragged In”
Recorded by Drew Guido at Let ‘Em In Music
Mixed by Gabe MG at Engine Room Audio
Track: “Minute by Minute”