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Steve Albini

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

The controversial ‘Godfather of Grunge’ spills the beans on his role as engineer, and his working methods. Paul Tingen picks up a few pearls of wisdom along the way. The big cliché about Steve Albini...

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Paul McKercher recently went ‘bush’ to record an album for a high-profile actor. Unlike most ‘location’ recordings, the budget for the session was substantial, but regardless, many of the same limitations applied. Here’s how he...

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Roger Savage

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

Roger Savage’s ‘office’ desk is a Harrison 12 with a newly installed digital core. The Series 12 is Roger’s console of choice for film mixing mainly due to the fact that its automation is “bullet-proof”...

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Brian Eno

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

Brian Eno is one of the most influential artists and producers in the world today. Whenever he opens his mouth, it’s worth listening. Paul Tingen was there to do just that. Dubbed the ‘professor’ of...

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Worst Audio Experiences

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

In response to Andy Stewart’s editorial in Issue 39, readers have written in to remember the times they’d most like to forget. So without further ado… Smoking Mix One mistake I will never forget occurred...

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Joe Barresi: King Of The Rock Age

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

When it comes to the production of volume-to-11 rock there’s no-one better than Joe Barresi – the latest offering from Queens of the Stone Age, Lullabies to Paralyze, is testament to that. Paul Tingen finds...

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Whether it’s mixing Elvis, Bruce Springsteen or Barbra Striesand live, starting Apogee out of a garage or masterminding leading-edge live sound DSP processor development, Bruce Jackson has a tale or two to tell. Andy Stewart...

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