We are delighted to bring a new video feature with music producer Lenise Bent. Claris Dodge of StudioExpresso.com asked the questions sbout her recent work. We also have an older video interview shot at the Village.
Lenise Bent started out as an assistant recording engineer at The Village Recorders in Los Angeles working on several albums including “Aja” by Steely Dan, “Breakfast in America” by Supertramp and “Tusk” by Fleetwood Mac. Lenise was the chief engineer for producer Mike Chapman for four years and recorded artists including Blondie and The Knack.
Lenise moved over to post production mixing, editing and supervising where her recording experience includes all types of audio, from music to voice-over, ADR and foley as well as mixing foreign M & E’s. Lenise is still very much in demand in the world of music recording and she enjoys an amazing career as an in demand record producer! After watching the video check out StudioExpresso.com to find out more about Lenise.
Special thanks to Johnny Jaskot of Babblefish.com for directing this feature and for the photography and we would like to sincerely thank both Lenise and Gary for giving up their time to be featured. Special thanks also to Claris of StudioExpresso.com for asking the questions and to everyone at Glenwood Place Studios for letting us in to film this feature!
Contact details and much further information about Lenise Bent can be found at StudioExpresso.com.