Author Archives: John L
Tape is a more natural way to record than digital technology. Yes, if you think that suspending a zillion little magnetic rust particles in plastic and then telling [..]
The TBC (To Be Continued) Brass Band at the Blue Nile in Frenchmen St, New Orleans, July 10 2011. Audio recording: Why You Worried ‘Bout Me? (mp3). ——————————————–
Yes, a long time between posts. Some of that time I’ve been travelling in the USA: New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami. I saw bands, and [..]
It’s taken a while for this album to become available. Mastered at CutSnake in December 2009. Lots of history…
The attraction of tape and vinyl puzzles me. I’ve recorded to tape, and we had 4- and 8-track machines in the studio during the eighties. They were expensive [..]
Now available from CDBaby. Some percussion and vocals came out of Cut Snake.
At Gearslutz: I wouldn’t even consider doing a joint audio project with somebody who was using windows, because they simply don’t get it, and wouldn’t be on the [..]
Finally a new studio CD from the Okapi faction. (We’re using a slightly different name this time, given the musicians involved.) We started recording this back in 2007, [..]
Some videos made at CutSnake will be shown by Projector Bike, an event of the Sydney Fringe Festival.
This Chinese ribbon mic comes in various colours under various names. Here in Australia it’s available as part of the Legacy brand. The Legacy variation isn’t listed at [..]