Boulderite’s sound ideas wake Dead

Deadheads got a treat last week when the Grateful Dead’s legendary concert in Veneta, Oregon, in 1972, was screened in theaters throughout Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Vail, Colorado Springs and across the nation.

Most reports agreed that the sound for the movie “Sunshine Daydream” was impeccable. That can be attributed to David Glasser, founder and chief engineer at the Boulder-based mastering studio Airshow, who along with Jeffrey Norman of TRI Studios in California remastered and mixed the mighty fine tunes.

“Making ‘Sunshine Daydream’ sound as good as the memories of the crowd gathered in Oregon more than 40 years ago was an exciting challenge,” Glasser said. “We had the advantage of applying the most current technology to the 40-plus-year-old recordings, so even those who have heard bootleg cassettes over the years will hear something new.”

Airshow is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Over the decades, Glasser has mastered the audio and provided restoration work for an incredible lineup of artists, and has earned two Grammy awards for Best Historical Album.

More lights and cameras.

The Broomfield Business Resource Center launched a new interview show, “Broomfield Small Business Success Chat.”

The resource center interviews subject-matter experts on issues affecting small businesses who then offer solutions to real problems that business owners face. Recent guests include Tony Gagliardi, Colorado director for the National Federation of Independent Businesses, and Wayne Anderson of the Leadership Science Institute.

Learn more at www.broomfieldbrc.com/broomfieldsmallbusinesssuccesschat/.

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