interviews

We talk at length with record-makers about how they make records.

May 13, 2024  |  No. 161

Blake Morgan: Tracking, Not Recording

by Larry Crane

A fascinating person, Blake Morgan is a songwriter, producer, engineer, studio owner, recording artist, music rights activist, and the owner of ECR Music Group, an independent record label. Living in...

May 13, 2024  |  No. 161

Steve Roach: Time Becomes Nothing

by Larry Crane

Releasing his first album in 1982, Steve Roach has continued to make hundreds of records in his personal Timeroom studios over the years, while also touring his music. Additionally, he produces...

May 13, 2024  |  No. 161

Are You Backing Up?

by Mike Kosacek

There is an old saying: “Only back up what you can’t afford to lose.” As musicians and audio personnel, I believe most of us can’t afford to lose any of our product (aka...

March 13, 2024  |  No. 160

What is Success in Music?

by Kyle Nicolaides

If there was a Grammy awarded for comparing one's life with others and then suffering about it, I'd be a superstar by now. I have a long history of picking up a magazine, such as this one, comparing...

March 13, 2024  |  No. 160

Sera Cahoone: Protector of Songs

by Larry Crane

Known as a drummer (including the band Carissa's Wierd, for singer-songwriter Patrick Park, and in an early version of Band of Horses), Sera Cahoone received much acclaim as a songwriter once her...

March 13, 2024  |  No. 160

John Morgan Askew

by Larry Crane

I dropped by to see John's studio, Bocce, and ask him about working with Sera Cahoone (see Sera interview here) and Margo Cilker (see Margo interview here).

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