(Las Vegas, Nevada--November 25, 2009) Songwriter, singer, pianist, multi instrumentalist and Las Vegas resident Frankie Moreno recently turned to Odds On Records & Studios, the newest high-end recording facility in the area, to mix several tracks for his new full-length album “Unknown Artist,” expected to be released in 2010.
With a musical style that mixes rock/funk with classical, Moreno’s newest album incorporates plenty of classical orchestrations, from flute solos to a 14-piece orchestra. While Moreno did record a few of his solos from home, Odds On’s 12,500 sq/ft acoustically-pristine live room, which is directly adjacent to Studio A, was the perfect fit for these larger orchestra sessions.
Working with Odds On’s engineer and long-time friend, Matt Salveson throughout the mixing process, Moreno has tracked and mixed songs in the studio’s SSL Duality room (Studio A) as well as in the SSL Matrix room (Studio C). He will be playing at Las Vegas’ famous Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino for the remainder of 2009 and will be back in studio between performances to work with Salveson to finalize his 2010 release.
“I have lived in Las Vegas for the past 9 years,” says Moreno. “It’s great to have a world-class studio right in my neighborhood. It’s a great place to record and unwind after being on tour. The staff and equipment are unparalleled.”
Moreno just recently concluded a series of shows with country music artist Billy Currington during his road tour with fellow country music artists and CMA winners Sugarland. He also completed a worldwide tour with Air Supply. In addition, Moreno is also known for his recent collaboration with Sony Records artist and world-renowned violinist, Joshua Bell, where he contributed vocals and piano to one of the featured songs on Bell’s album. Bell also collaborated with Josh Groban, Sting, Regina Spektor and more on his album, which is currently number one on the BILLBOARD Crossover and Classical charts.
About Odds On Records & Studios
Located an arm’s length from the Las Vegas strip, Odds On Records & Studios is a $7 million multi-faceted recording facility that combines vintage flair with state-of-the-art technology. The recording studio houses the largest mixing console in North America, a 96-input SSL Duality, as well as such classic industry gear as restored AKG, Gefell and Neumann tube microphones. Odds On Records & Studios has hosted several A-list artists including Alicia Keys, Air Supply, Ultraviolet Sound, Carlos Santana and up and coming Australian group, Blue King Brown. Odds On Records & Studios delivers an array of recording services under one umbrella, including its own record label. For more information about the Odds On Records & Studios, visit http://www.oddsonrecording.com