Lenise Bent - video feature

Watch our exclusive video featuring Lenise Bent at The Village Recorders

 

Watch Lenise Bent talking with Claris of StudioExpresso.comLenise Bent started out as an assistant 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. After watching the video check out StudioExpresso.com to find out more about Lenise.

 

lenise bent iconwatch Lenise Bent talking about record production at Village RecordersWe are delighted to bring this excellent video interview with Lenise while she took time out at the World famous Village Recorders. Claris of StudioExpresso.com asked the questions while Johnny Jaskot of Babblefish.com did the rest! Many thanks to all at the Village for all of their help and special thanks to Claris and Johnny for taking the time to record this!

 

Watch the new video interview with Lenise Bent shot at Glenwood Place Studios in 2007.

 

Contact details and much further information can be found at StudioExpresso.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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