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Interviews, tutorials, etc. All about the art of music recording.

Aug. 23, 2020

Tape Op Buyer's Guide #2: 500 Series

by Geoff Stanfield

I have long been a fan of the 500 series format. It is a relatively cost effective way to have a variety of modules at your disposal and portable in the right rack. I often recommend it to friends...

July 23, 2020  |  No. 138

Randy Kohrs: The Old and The New

by Larry Crane

I first met Randy Kohrs years ago at the Summer NAMM tradeshow in Tennessee. Randy is known as a hotshot player; a multi-instrumentalist who's respected for his resonator guitar/dobro abilities. But...

May 24, 2020  |  No. 137

John Kurlander: Take Note

by Danny Turner

Joining Abbey Road Studios as a runner at the age of 16, John Kurlander swiftly moved up the ranks to become a tape operator and assistant engineer. Working under the tutelage of Geoff Emerick [Tape...

May 24, 2020  |  No. 137

Peter Asher: No Overriding Rules

by Ian Brennan

Gordon Waller and Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon) at Studio Three at EMI Recording Studios Paul McCartney lived in his house for two years. His mother was George Martin's music teacher. He is...

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