Michael Starita is a lifelong musician with over 15 years of experience as an engineer and producer. He started his career at the famous Hyde Street Studios in the late 90s learning from many of the Bay Area greats. Moving to EDNET, Starita had the pleasure of being the ISDN engineer for clients such as Rick Rubin, Sting, Warner Bros, and Universal Motown. He went on to Dolby for 5 years until he decided to go back to doing what he really loved…making records. In 2010, Starita became co-owner of Faultline Studios where he has played and worked with some of the industry’s top artists. Josh Almond of Music Life Radio talks with Starita about his musical journey, and his latest venture, a community based project called Bay Area Music Collective that aims at making The Bay Area a music destination again.
About the Producer (Author Profile)Josh Almond – Producer. An artist and musician out of San Francisco. He has played electric bass for over 20 years in bands such as Obscurity, Without Warning, Random Eye, and Left Out Lamont – and lead guitar in Gunpowder. He has also done quite a bit of unreleased solo recording as well. The eldest son of two local visual artists, he has also continued on that path having done over 400 abstract paintings over the last ten years.
Sites That Link to this Post
- Starita Tells How It All Started and Speaks About Bay Area Music Collective | Starita+SF -San Francisco/Bay Area Recording Engineer/Producer | March 19, 2013
- Bay Area Music Collective – Music Life Radio Interviews Our Founder | March 19, 2013
- Founder Starita Talks With Music Life Radio About How It All Started – Bay Area Music Collective | February 14, 2015