War Stories (Please share yours) initiated by Scott Glasel

If you've been in the trenches, you've got some war stories. I'll get the ball rolling here.

-Scott Glasel

During the recording of the Bee Gees ESP album, by Scott Glasel

Cranking it up to 11, by Dale Manquen

Hell to the Chief, by Daniel Beroff

The Un-Ending Vocal Performance Re-Take Death, by Jerk Producer

Never re-tune the band's instruments!!, by Eric Seaberg

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Never re-tune the band's instruments!! 
In the late 70's I was doing a lot of Mariachi Bands in the Central Valley of California, known for its influx of seasonal farmworkers. A group had booked …

Hell to the Chief 
It was the 90’s, and I was an engineer working my way up through the ranks of the NYC studio scene. I’d already had years of live 24 track engineering …

Cranking it up to 11 
Speaking of reaching for a knob... At Heider Recording the maintenance folks had a peculiar problem. Wally Heider was a big, strong man. One of the …

Mixing bass by wasting woofers Not rated yet
My first big studio job was as a runner at The Power Station. We had a session with Jason Corsaro who could tell a mean story, but that's a digression. …

WAR STORIES??? heheheh.... Not rated yet
How about having to break up a fight in the studio between two people in the band.....a husband and wife no less!?! I could see things were getting …

"Cutting room floor?" Not rated yet
I used to own a small 8 track studio that specialized in radio and TV spot work. I also worked as a VO talent in that room and various other studios. I …

The Un-Ending Vocal Performance Re-Take Death Not rated yet
A couple of years back I was recording a country album for a Southern Ohio based musician here. He was a good guy that I went a long way back with and …

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