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There's two things that I feel strongly about:
- A recording should be a document of sound in place and time which should immerse the listener in that moment.
- Bands should not invest more in a recording than they should reasonably be able to make back in less than one year.
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Author Archives: jimmyether
By jimmyether | Published: March 25, 2010
Our friend John Lane's project Expo finally sees the light of day featuring tons of great artists from across the globe. And in glorious MONO too!
By jimmyether | Published: November 18, 2001
Fresh off the heels of a studio expansion in 2001, Blake Rainey and I dug into the making of his first solo album.
By jimmyether | Published: July 13, 2000
This was one of my first professional mastering jobs. This compilation launched Lazyline records.