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The album that contained Come On Down To My Boat was recorded at Allegro Sound Studios- Engineer Bruce Staple.
I used to work in radio, and I have always been fascinated with audio recording and production. On a tour of RCA Studio B in Nashville, I saw two Mojo
During the 60's George recorded many of Jamaica's Ska groups including the Skatalites with Don Drommond on trombone., recordings at this time were limited
Credits: The Box Set Series Gladys Knight & the Pips Producer 2013 Give Me Strength: The '74/'75 Studio Recordings Eric Clapton Engineer 2013 New
Worked with Alastair Heaslett and Bob Harshberger during that time, Alastair was the signal system, Bob the servo system. Very powerful design and very
In 1978 the CBS television show 60 minutes did an episode on the process of recording music.. The program featured TK artists Peter Brown and Betty Wright.
In order to standardize operations worldwide, in February 1940 RCA issued their Master Reference Book for Disc Recording as a confidential in-house document.
David Harrison developed the world's first in-line console where the output channel was located above the input channel. This was also the first console
Studio Center opened as a recording facility in 1973 as a 4 track room..in a large screening room. In 1977 we installed a second room with 24 track capabilities.
Do you want something understandable that fully covers magnetic tape recorder biasing? I taught graduate classes at the Institute of Audio Research.
The best, Neve 8108, page
STUDIO DU BRAS D'OR acquired the desk to NOS (Netherland television) in 32 channels configuration during 90's. It have ben recently modified by adding
If you want to place the Olive console in the time period it was developed, you MUST delve into some late 1960s / early 1970s DB magazines. They were the
A few photos of Engineer- producer Fred Weinberg with Tony (I like it like that) Pabon, and others including Joe Beck, Sinatra -Tito Puente, A&R recording,
Best I recall, the console pictured here was located in Studio B Nashville. It used Langevin faders and EQ's. These were a carry over from the faders
Skip, I read in your response to Emo R. that you had some old tapes of the Super Suds. Can you tell me if you have transferred them to CD, and if so,
Hi, I'm writing The Encyclopedia Of Jerry Garcia Music Venues. I'm interested in locating an exterior photo of Criteria Studios. I'd need it at least 1mb
I was a field engineer for Mincom in their earliest days and knew Jack Mullen, not sure about the other engineers. Mr.Frank Healy, Bing Crosbys manager
This is Papa Don Schroeder with engineer, George Schowerer and artist Jimmy Jones, of Handy Man fame.
My father, Eugene F. Brown worked for Bing Crosby Enterprises as a recording/mechanical engineer during the development of video on tape. My father was
Gary S. Paxton started trying to write at the age of 10. He has written or co-written over 2000 songs. He has been very blessed. Approximately 600 of them
THE STORY OF THE “LIFE’ RECORD
This console designed and built by Sandy Lamont features 990c amps and opa2604 op amps. It has a 4 band fully parametric eq section and a dynamics section
Follow up pics. Sandy Lamont
Sully 288b still in use. May be the only one still in working order. Originally used at A &M studios purchased in the mid 70's from Las Vegas recorders
Fred was my mentor in the recording business. I learned more about the business and techniques from Fred, than any other person in the industry. Fred
Neve A646 Console
Jeep Harned and Chuck Kirkpatrick at a Criteria reunion party, late 90's... Chuck Kirkpatrick
The greatest, Jeep Harned, page!
This is a neat look into what made the Four Seasons sound so good... The singers the people who back them up.. It shows that it takes teamwork to bring
The, informative, AKG C414 page
I believe these photos may be of Tim Rose.
Did Shadow Morton possibly record as Morton George on Amy 858 - Come On In / The Stretch? (A wild and crazy record) Just wondering if there's a connection.
I'm proud of my music industry connections, since I was born into them. My grandmother, Ernestine Atwell May, was a jazz pianist and songwriter; among
Bert...its been too long. Danny Holgate and I stay in touch. Followed Al Kasha, Joel Hirshhorn, and Jill Williams to Hollywood and was totally involved
Urei 1176 Peak Limiter
The best Columbia Studios New York, NY pictures
A gentle reminder and correction to your column, Bob Crewe and Kenny Noland co writers of 'Lady Marmalade' for the 'group' Labelle. Patti Labelle was the
I am a Broadcast Engineer that began my career in the 60's as board op at a classical music FM station. We used the Ampex 350 machines to play voice tracks
The Recording, Film and Broadcast Consoles, page!
I believe the smiling gentleman with the black-framed glasses and reddish jacket is Irving Spice, studio violinist and (often) contractor (an AFM term)
Continue reading "Pete Weiss - Engineer at Gotham recording, HR Studios (Hollywood, CA), Mira Sound Studios, Vanguard Records, Don Elliott Productions, Regent Sound Studio, Juggy Sound Studio, Columbia Records"
The, 3M M56, Tape Machine information page.
Directory of Audio Industry Professionals
This is the remote control for the ATR-800.
I have recently refurbished this MCI JH652 console with full automation and patch bay. Quite rare to see one this big these days and thought you might
The best, Great Train Robbery - Sound Center Studios, NYC, page
I worked there during a tumultuous period, although everything about Bob was a firestorm of ideas, plans, and construction, and endless construction. Bob