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Larry Crane · March 4, 2010
Yup, we're finally back on track with clothing here at the US branch of Tape Op. Check it all out, plus back issues, at Good Mountain, our new supplier of direct mail order goodies for Tape Op.
Larry Crane · June 2, 2009
I thought I'd seen it all until I heard about collectors that pass around bootlegged copies of the test tones and bias pads from all genres of artists and albums. From an article in MOJO this month: "Sorting their collections by "tones at head" or...
Larry Crane · May 20, 2009
Sick of this economy and its doom and gloom? Sick of bands saying they don’t have money to record? Sick of top 40 radio? I have the answer: do something about it. Support independent musicians by going out and purchasing CDs from bands...
Larry Crane · Feb. 1, 2009
Check out Ross Healy's VICMODBLOG on analog modular synths. He interviews "people who build and sell modular gear and forgotten electronic musicians." Cool stuff.
Larry Crane · March 21, 2011
Check this joint out. Wow! Thanks to Alex Maiolo for the link!
Larry Crane · Nov. 21, 2014
I've pulled together a collection of recent thoughts I've had about the recording process. You can agree or not agree. The important thing is to use your ears, mind, and creativity to make great recordings. Recording equipment...
Larry Crane · Jan. 19, 2009
Here's some links and stuff from a thread I started at the Tape Op Message Board forum: David Byrne interviews Thom Yorke about the Radiohead "In Rainbows" download in Wired Magazine. Pandora Radio is an internet radio site that allows the...
Larry Crane · Feb. 9, 2009
Okay, I'll admit I vote for the Grammies. Yup. Why? Besides the sometimes odd spectacle of the Grammy Awards, NARAS does some cool stuff in the music community (like the Seattle Studio Summit), MusiCares and the Producers and Engineers Wing. So I do...
Larry Crane · Oct. 26, 2009
So I just noticed an email in my inbox from a PR person with the headline: "XXXXX MICS FEATURED IN THE BEATLES?: ROCK BAND? VIDEO GAME". What's next? "Shure SM57 seen briefly in a movie"? "Rob Thomas sings into wrong side of a mic in a video"? Oh...