Notable work at Sockit Studio Includes:
2010 Grammy Nomination: The Williams Brothers "The Journey Continues" Best Traditional Gospel Album. Devon Kirkpatrick Engineer.
2003 Grammy Nomination: Mystikal "Trantula" Best Rap Album Devon Kirkpatrick Engineer
Thanks Devon, for making (in light of 7 MTV crew on us the whole time!), what could have been a very stressful session so enjoyable.... technically the studio was certainly up to the mark (David and I kept thinking we were in N.Y.!) but I was particularly impressed with the creative environment.... chilled and very conducive to writing as well as recording, which was essential to us getting some really strong ideas down for Nick's [Lachey] record. Also, please thank the assistants for me... they knew exactly what we needed, in terms of space and errands.... we couldn't have asked for more mate!!! --- Tom Nichols ( Celine Dion, Jessica Simpson, Kylie, Hall & Oats, Lindsay Lohan)
Sockit Studio has worked with and on projects for:
Williams Brothers ("The Journey Continues" 2010 Grammy Nomination Best Traditional Gospel Album Devon Kirkpatrick Engineer) Nick Lachey, Kirk Franklin, MTV,Sony Music, BET, Jive Records (BMG), Max Minelli, The Blind Boys of Alabama, BOX, Deborah Cox, Brian-Michael Cox, Spinner Bait, Da Bricklayaz, Unfinished Business, C-Murder, Palo Viejo, KRK Entertainment, Brother, Menagerie, Savage, Mouse,Weebie & Lil Boosie (Trill Entertainment),A Soup Named Stew, Keith Jacobs, Real Family, Tre Virdure, David Banner, Amanda Henkel, Muhammad Ayers, The Ill (Ill Relatives), Shawn Anthony, Tino Tomas, Bill Wray, Threat Boyz, Kritik, Greg Talmage, Lil Cali (YZGYZ), Landon Calhoun, Hall-A-Fame, Dragon's Breath Records, Dreezy, Mafia Boyz, Horseshoes & Handgrenades, Dogmatic productions (Republican National Convention 2004),Choppercity Records, Dezmond Meeks (a contestant and featured on American Idol spring 2005), Front Street Project, DJ Supa Mike, Maven, Mystikal (three tracks engineered on Tarantula a 2003 Grammy Nominee for Rap Album of The Year), Blessings from Above, Skull Duggery, Core 9, Every Other Day, Pin Point Square, Boys and Girls Club of Baton Rouge, Moby (Blade 2 Soundtrack), Rhythm Life Entertainment, Grant Guillot, National Public Radio, Chill, Daniel Lee, Latino USA, Slip (aka Black Opium), Grind Time Records,68 Rouge (February 2001 Farm Club Winners), Face, Kenny Acosta, KE'NOE, Brandy Farris, Broken Chains, Kirk Hyde, Kane & Abel, Stickchap, Page 68, Silko, BG (Cash Money Records), Bubba Sparks (Beat Club Records), Sola, Club Decease, Gator Boys, Mike Pinter, Mindbent, McCloud, Beer Pressure, FingerCuff, Last Chance Dave, Knever, Brewster, Aftermass, Caustic 6, Levee Breakers, Soulscript.
In New York City Sockit Studio owner Devon Kirkpatrick worked with and on projects for:
Jay-Z, DMX, Wyclef Jean, Timbaland, Public Enemy, Canibus, KRS-1, Run ( Run DMC), Big Pun, Nas, Pras, ODB ( Wutang) Kid Capri, Doug E. Fresh, Mobb Depp, Easy Mo Bee, Lost Boyz, Ja Rule, Mad Cobra, Salt N Pepa, Mad Lion, Eve, Celiene Dion, Tony Bennett, Julio Iglesias, Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, Marc Anthony, John Secade, Natalie Cole, Joey McIntyre, Shawn Colvin, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Cohen, Fiona Apple, Sneaker Pimps, Art Of Noise, Coco Lee, Love Spit Love, Vince Gill, Clint Black, Kenny Rogers, Neil Dorfsman, Elliot Schiner, Phil Ramone, Trevor Horn, John Harris, James Farber, Joe Ferla, Bob Power, Alen Menken, John Leventhal, Jimmy Douglas, Chris Theis, Joe Quinde, Ric Wake, Eric Foster White, Tom Yezzi, Robin Thicke, Dan Shea, Corey Rooney, Nicole Renee, Rodney Jerkins, Swizz Beats, Miles Davis,Wynton Marsalias, Milton Jackson, Chris Potter, Omer Avitar, Cherry, Harry Connick Jr., Marilyn Manson, Sheryl Crow, John Eintwhistle, Hum, Junk, Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Eryka Badu, Outsiderz, Jeni Fujiti, Eternal, Phoenix Johnson, Chico DeBarge, Case.
New York Studio Staff Included:
Tony Drootin, Brian McKenna, Ian Huckabee, Rob Robles, Susan Mates, Bobby & Joann Nathan, Tom Cadley. Chris Theis, Briann Vibberts, Jim Caruana, Rob Williams, Ryan Hewitt, David Swope, Andy Manganello, Joe Lizzi, Ronald Martinez, Tatsuya Sato, Peter Wade