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In the Recording Studio


Monday, Nov 20, 2006 from Milpitas, California

I’m writing from Bill Hare’s recording studio here at his house in Milpitas. Ever since I first saw a sound board on TV or something I’ve always wanted to see one in person and just play with all the switches, dials, and everything else. It’s a nice little studio here.

Most of Bill’s work is done with a cappella groups, however today Bill and his friend Charlie are working on some Nirvana slash Pantera type music, recording all the bits and tacking out the basics for the song.

I have to say that I have a new appreciation for music. I understood a lot of the process before, but once you see something behind scenes you can just appreciate it a little more. There is a lot of time and effort put into something and we’re always in the “black box” (some sociology term). So it’s great to see a part of it and be right here in the studio. And the sound quality sounds amazing in here.

Whenever it comes to lots of toys and gadgets I’m always interested. There is stuff in here that could entertain me for years. Being a music producer is definitely on my list of cool jobs.

Blog Date Posted: Nov 20, 2006 | 203 words | comments 0 Comments