Tape Op

Tape Op

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(Book). This book features interviews and articles from issues 11 to 20 of Tape Op , an independently published magazine founded in 1996. With a fiercely loyal readership, Tape Op covers creative and practical music recording topics from the famous studios to musicians creating masterpieces in their bedrooms. Creativity, technique, equipment, passion and learning collide in this entertaining, value-rich publication. Interviews and articles in this volume include Abbey Road Studio, Butch Vig, Jim Dickinson, Joe Chiccarelli, Ani DiFranco, Fugazi, The Flaming Lips, and Ween.performance, then the pitch is more important because thata#39;s the aspect youa#39;re trying to get across. ... But, at other times thata#39;s not what you want.. .you dona#39;t want one performance blocking out or distracting from another performance, which ... approaches to it, both with how many voices and what the tone was, because it effects the way the lyrics are interpreted so much. ... I dona#39;t understand how you can.

Title:Tape Op
Author:Larry Crane
Publisher:Hal Leonard Corporation - 2010-01-01


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