Where does Rick Ross go to record when he and his successful Maybach Music team are rolling through town? Take a guess? Daddys House Recording Studios is the spot.
September 26, 2011
The Teflon Don
By Tony Drootin
About Tony Drootin
Tony is currently a Partner in Area 51 NYC Studios as well as Director of Audio Ops at Daddys House Recording Studio where he runs the studio operations for Sean Combs. In the past he worked at Unique Recording Studios for 13 years (manager for 8 of those years), and was Director of Audio Operations at the prestigious Sony Music Studios on West 54th Street up until its closing in 2007. Tony has managed numerous Grammy winning and nominated recording and mix engineers, as well as a string of successful producers and songwriters. He has a vast knowledge of record production... writing, recording, mixing, producer and publishing agreements. Other attributes: Business plans, studio design, contract negotiation, artist management, label operations.... View all posts by Tony Drootin
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