Producer KEVIN SHIRLEY Prepares To Mix DREAM THEATER 'Budokan' DVD/CD

Veteran producer Kevin Shirley (IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER) has posted the following update on his web site:

"Finished mixing John Petrucci's [DREAM THEATER] solo album today. He is massively psyched! It's called 'Suspended Animation', is 64 minutes long, has no keyboards or vocals on it, and it rocks pretty hard. At times, it throws up Steve Morse, Gary Moore and Jeff Beck stylings and he really shreds on it! Next week, I begin mixing a new DREAM THEATER DVD/CD project from their recent gig at the Budokan in Japan, so that should be fun — with budget constraints and the band's touring schedule we've got just over a week to mix the 3-hour-plus show in both stereo and 5.1 surround sound. Something I think you DT fans have been wanting for awhile!"


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