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Studio engineering in the late 1960s/early 70s. An autobiography.

Cyberic

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For those who are interested. These recollections of my time as a UK recording engineer look back on an era when capture of a performance and a good sound were paramount. They could only be achieved using ‘ears’ and ingenuity supported by minimal technology unassisted by computers, sequencers or plug-ins, none of which existed in studios at the time.

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darkogav

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this is really cool. i just added to my kindle.

just curious.. did you work on the Odessa record? Quite interesting song structures on there.

 
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Thanks.

Odessa had just been released when I came into the business. The engineer who first trained me at Recorded Sound Studios was Philip Wade who co-engineered Odessa at IBC Studios, London.

Agree about the song structures.
 
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Thanks for the feedback Michel, much appreciated.
 
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