Two weekends ago, the Boogie Knights went into KMH Recording Studio to record our sixth CD, tentatively entitled Oh, What a Knight
(though that's not a definite title). The recording went very well, and we're hoping to have it ready by year's end. (There's still some backup vocals, kazoos, and guitar fills that need to be recorded, which won't be happening until late August.)
I, naturally, took some pictures:
Here's the sign outside KMH, letting us know we've come to the right place:
KMH the latest equipment, including a spiffy customized mic and a state-of-the-art console/computer:
I adore this sign:
The studio also has its own dog, Gunter. He was just a puppy when we recorded Many a Sleepless Knight
six years ago. He gets along with everyone (including Wrenn and John Scheeler).
Of course, there's the studio itself..........
KMH gets is name from the initials of Keith Harancher, who runs the jernt. (And, as with last time, it's weird
not being the only "Keith" in the room.) Here he is with John going over one of Sharon Palmer's vocals, while Kate Greenberger sits in the background.
Dave Keefer brought his daughters along, and here he is waiting his turn in the studio while hanging out with Hope and Gunter. (I think those are Wrenn's feet on the right....)
Finally, the MIGHTY YELLOW PIECE OF PAPER! Originally used by me the previous week during rehearsals to make percussion notes on the songs we were doing for the CD, it wound up being what I kept track of everything on, so we knew what we'd done and what we hadn't.
Current Mood: chipper
Current Music: "Moments of Weakness" by Michael McCloud