Vist Udi Koomran's special website ("MUSIC ENTHUSIAST AUDIO ENGINEER, PRODUCER FROM TEL AVIV ISRAEL. RECORDING MIXING AND MASTERING ORIGINAL AND CHALLENGING MUSIC IS MY PASSION.") and check out a fantastic interview with Etienne Conod about his work engineering records for Cris Cutler, Fred Frith and other "experimantal" musicans at his Sunrise Studios in Switzerland. It's an in-depth article that fits the Tape Op mold for sure. I'm really glad Udi did this piece, and thanks to Steve Silverstein for sending the link my way.
Analog Investment in the Age of Pono
by Allen Farmelo
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...