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by Philip Stevenson

Jan. 15, 2006  |  No. 51

Hank Shocklee

by Philip Stevenson

Sometimes it's too bad Tape Op doesn't offer an audio version of the magazine. Whatever you might know or not know about Hank Shocklee, it's difficult without hearing him speak, to convey the...

Jan. 15, 2004  |  No. 39

Andy Johns: One Big Lovely Noise

by Philip Stevenson

The history of recording music is half folklore. Tales of insinuation and glory have us turned around to the point where we don't know much about what really happened during most of the great...

Nov. 15, 2003  |  No. 38

Audio Books Review: Audio Books Roundup

by David Ackerman, John Baccigaluppi, Myles Boisen, Louis R. Carlozo, Martin Chittum, Scott Colburn, Larry Crane, David Cuetter, Matthew Cullen, Larry DeVivo, Bill Dodd, Jeremy du Bois, Kiley Henner, Graham Hick, Bob Katz, Steve McAllister, Bill McMaster, Eric Morrison, Steven Nereo, Steve Pogact, Brian Roth, Rob Shelby, Steve Silverstein, Kenneth Sluiter, Philip Stevenson, David Weiss

Since Tape Op Magazine only comes out every other month, I assume that our typical reader has a little time left over in which to read and learn more about the art and science of recording. With that...

May 15, 2002  |  No. 29

Mark Neill: Retro analog fever

by Philip Stevenson

Mark Neill talks a long time. A simple question on Blumlein pairs can unleash a conversational flood of anecdotes, electronic puzzles and acoustic theories lasting an hour or more. Just when you start...

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