Rating added! This thread rules!
Just a few. Freddy Gruber, Earl Palmer, and Jeff Porcaro come to mind.
Not really. I was producing a new version of "Sugar, Sugar", and I had Jeff Baxter on guitar; he brought Jeff in on drums.Jeff is one of my all time favourite drummers!
Any stories to share about working with him?
Not really. I was producing a new version of "Sugar, Sugar", and I had Jeff Baxter on guitar; he brought Jeff in on drums.
That would be a "Mr. Microphone", but by the time the industry realized it, they had gone out of business.no but really harvey, seriously.... what IS the best microphone?!?!
Huh? Which part of this thread are you commenting on?I do agree with this, to a certain extent though.
I mean, there are always exceptions towards this sort of thing, as long as the poster has taken into account all the things you have mentioned there.
The thread title is a bit of a misnomer. While it does cover the basic subject, it also diverted into a lot of other points about making a good recording. It's a shame that it's only been seen by 1/10th of the people who read the "big thread".