I am currently writing my dissertation and would like too interview an engineer with noticeable credits.
Something very simple as responding too questions over email will do and won't take much of your time at all.
My email is James.email@example.com
Please get in touch ASAP
I found a very cool interview with Bob Olhsson on YouTube, where he talks about ALL kinds of interesting things. Things like EMT Plate Reverb, Chamber, (both of which at the time were known as "echo", not "reverb"!)
Some of you might know I started to do some video work and it paid off.
I got a project in a company where recording of interviews for training is needed. I've done only one yet but I hope I could do more.
I brought my laptop, a Sennheiser wireless lavalier with its receiver base and my Focusrite 8i6.
The audio was ok but with some room noises (a big AC noise) but UA NS1 took care of it and the result is pleasing the customer.
Thing is, they talk about doing some other recording outside and in the shops where workers are.
@Boswell, @Kurt Foster, @dvdhawk @audiokid, and anyone else old enough to remember Rod Argent/The Zombies. LOL
Just a quick FYI, there's a very cool interview with Rod Argent in this month's Tape OP Magazine.
She got started as an intern at Leon Russel's studio, went to school and ended up working at iconic studios like United Western and Village Recorders.
She worked on albums like Supertramp's Breakfast in America, The Band's The Last Waltz, and worked as one of Roger Nichol's AE's on Steely Dan's Aja'.
The next new thing... Electronic Expressive Instruments http://www.rogerlinndesign.com/
Here is the interview. http://bobbyoinnercircle.com/111-roger-linn/
A few years old, but a very cool interview all the same.
The subject of this very short interview is centered around the 1973 Neve 8028 console that he purchased from Sound City, when the famous studio finally shut the lights off for good in 2011.