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Larry Crane · March 21, 2011
Check this joint out. Wow! Thanks to Alex Maiolo for the link!
Larry Crane · June 19, 2011
  Weirdest email to Tape Op ever? This one takes the cake. Delusional. -Larry From: XXXXXXX Date: June 18, 2011 12:56:02 PM PDTTo: larry@tapeop.comSubject: LETTER OF INQUIREHope that Mr. Larry Crane will receive this...
Larry Crane · Aug. 3, 2008
Vinnie Castaldo was in the new issue of Tape Op. Check out his reviews of his two fave educational DVDs. -LC Trust Your Ears: The Drum Tech Explorations of Jeff Ocheltree If you’re like me, always getting stuck tuning drums before a session,...
Count · May 23, 2012
Over the last few years we've seen an explosion of online music services. Pandora, iTunes, Spotify, Rhapsody, Soundcloud and dozens of other platforms are touted as groundbreaking ways to deliver music to listeners. But this success is on the...
Larry Crane · Sept. 16, 2013
CASE ONE: Many years ago I was sent a very complex piece of recording equipment to review. It basically performed one simple function; but its inherent design was the concept that every parameter could be adjusted. Some similar devices I already...
Larry Crane · Sept. 22, 2008
I'm in the middle of cataloging 1.5 TB of audio files. This is the work I do for the Estate of Elliott Smith. Two computers keep Pro Tools on the top one and FileMaker Pro and Excel for track sheets on the bottom one. Otherwise the MacBook Pro...
Allen Farmelo · Jan. 17, 2013
I'm about to write something that at first will seem like another gray-beard waxing nostalgic for a by-gone analog era. But, stick with me, because I think the tables are turning to where going analog might be as forward-thinking as it gets. Let's...
John Baccigaluppi · July 22, 2014
It was at a recent trade show, after a major DAW manufacturer cancelled our meeting, that I realized I was relieved to be off the hook. I always enjoy meeting with this person, and I use and like their products. But I was relieved to not hear...
Larry Crane · Dec. 23, 2009
James Beaudreau is a former member of the Billy Nayer Show (1998-2003) and started Workbench Recordings - a netlabel, blog, and recording studio in NYC. They release one track every Tuesday along with artwork and texts about the creative process,...