#5 Clay Blair - Producer and owner of Boulevard Recordings in Hollywood talks recreating The Beatles, plugins and the importance of spill.
I first stumbled across Clay's YouTube videos last year and have wanted to speak to him ever since. Clay is a font of knowledge on all things Beatles recording and all things recording for that matter. He is passionate about recording and making great music and is extremely generous in his advice!
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Here is the Abbey Road plugins we were talking about:
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Episode #16 Jerry Hammack Pt.1 - Author of The Beatles Recording References Manuals discusses how he went about collating Beatles knowledge and what he discovered along the way!
Episode #15 Neil Innes Pt.2 - Musician, Producer, Composer and Co-Owner of ATA Records discusses their journey to becoming ‘All Things Analogue’
Episode #14 Neil Innes Pt.1 - Musician, Producer, Composer and Co-Owner of ATA Records discusses their journey to becoming 'All Things Analogue'
Episode #13 Ed Oleszko Pt.2 - Guitarist and vintage guitar writer for guitar.com discusses guitars through the 60s from the perspective of The Beatles guitar collection.
Episode #12 Ed Oleszko Pt.1 - Guitarist and vintage guitar writer for guitar.com discusses guitars through the 60s from the perspective of The Beatles guitar collection.
Episode #11 Andy Reed - Award winning, Michigan based producer discusses home studios, the attitude of vintage recording and how a particular producer changed his life.
Episode #10 David Hood - Legendary bass player of the famous Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section discusses life working in one of the busiest studios and the decision to open a studio of their own.
#9 Gordon Elsmore - Bootleg Beatles drummer discusses his career and what it takes to be a professional 'Ringo'!
#8 Rich Pagano - Drummer for the Fab Faux, studio owner and vintage recording experts discusses recreating The Beatles and getting a great drum sound in the studio.
#7 Alan White - Drummer for Yes and numerous seminal albums discusses John Lennon, George Harrison and Bird Watching.
#6 Joe Kane - Songwriter, producer and professional Paul McCartney talks the songwriting process and getting the best from budget gear.
#4 Colin Elliot - Mercury Award Nominated Bass Player, Producer and Arranger discusses the origins of Yellow Arch Recording Studio, his philosophy of production and having your own sound.
#3 Stewart Tavener - Ribbon Microphone Designer, Manufacturer & Repairer Discusses All Things Microphones, From The Telephone to Designing His Own
#2 Ken Scott - Legendary Producer & Engineer Discusses The Beatles, David Bowie, Mixing and Essential Studio Purchases
#1 Jason Kruppa - Host of 'Producing The Beatles' Podcast Discusses George Martin
Introduction to That 60s Recording Podcast!
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