The Houston Latin Philharmonic Orchestra’s Christmas holiday concert was recorded this season using Reelsound’s mobile audio facility. Engineer Roberto Rincon from Miami assisted Malcolm Harper and the Reelsound crew Greg Klinginsmith and Mason Harlow on this concert event at the Cullun Theater in Houston, TX.
The Reelsound crew and mobile audio unit handled mixing for “Kid Rock’s” pep rally concert broadcast before the 2014 mens NCAA Final Four game between Kentucky and Florida at AT&T stadium in Arlington, TX. This marked the 3rd year Malcolm Harper mixed the musical performance for the pre-game show broadcast. Harper was assisted by Greg Klinginsmith, Will Harrison and Mason Harlow.
Reelsound Recording Co. owner Malcolm Harper engineered and mixed for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo 2014 music performances. This marked Harper’s 20th season at HLSR. The performing acts were a who’s who of current and past musical favorites; Brad Paisley, Ely Young Band, Reba, Usher, Chris Young, Selena Gomez, REO Speedwagon, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Hunter Hayes, Pesado, Banda MS, Luke Bryan, Robin Thicke, Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin, The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band. The concerts were recorded on a IZ RADAR DAW system with a 64 input fiber mic pre package of APHEX 1788’s.
TX State University staff saxophone instructor Dr. Todd Oxford called on engineer Malcolm Harper to record his new CD “Synaesthesia”. One of the cuts featured the TX State Winds Ensemble directed by Dr. Caroline Beatty performing a new piece by David Heckendorn “Winds of Time” for Alto Saxophone. “Synaesthesia” available on All Music (USA) http://www.allmusic.com/album/synaesthesia-mw0002660483/credits
Reelsound’s mobile audio truck broadcast Hank Newburger’s Springboard Productions streaming from the Samsung Galaxy stage for ACL Festival 2014. Concert artist were; Wild Nothing, Widowspeak, Jimmy Eat World , Local Natives, Artic Monkeys, Muse, Mona, Walk The Moon, Silversun Pickups, Wilco and Kings of Leon.
Malcolm Harper mixed the broadcast with assisting engineers Will Harrison, Mason Harlow and Jonathan Montemayor.