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Reggae fan Daniel Boyle painstakingly researched the equipment Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry used in his groundbreaking Black Ark studio — then made an album with the dub legend himself.
From humble beginnings, Joey Sturgis has become a leading producer in the highly technical metalcore scene.
This month one of our engineers aims to augment the natural beauty of a baroque‑music duo playing in a church.
Front-of-house engineer David Williams talks to SOS about why mixing with a DSP audio interface is worthwhile, despite the dangers of using a laptop on stage.
'Papa's Got A Brand New Bag' was James Brown's statement of intent as he abandoned soulful ballads in favour of a raw and frenetic new sound.
Prefab Sprout rose to fame in an era of indulgence and eye‑watering studio budgets. These days, things are a little different...
Tomorrow's pioneering paean to the joys of communal public transport has proved to be a classic of the British psychedelic underground.
While Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne’s writing partnership was certainly successful, it was the partnership between Jeff Lynne and engineer Richard Dodd that gave the records their distinctive sparkle.
Proving that not every pop star is a manufactured creation, John Newman is as at home in the studio as he is on TV.
Engineer Eric Tomlinson recorded a host of classic soundtracks during his 40-year career, not to mention what's...
Producer Phil Ramone was legendary for getting great vocal sounds. Here's how he did it — and how you can do the same.
The standout track from the Beastie Boys' smash hit Ill Communication album nearly didn't make it onto the record at all — and when it did, it was the eight-track ADAT mix that made the final cut.
The BBC's flagship music programme is broadcast around the world. We go behind the scenes to discover the secrets of its complex sound production.
Daft Punk spent four years and over a million dollars on their quest to revisit the golden age of record production. Mick Guzauski and Peter Franco were with them all the way.
Many bands record their own albums these days, but few achieve as much with as little gear as Stornoway.
Documentary films stand or fall on the strength of their soundtracks — and when you are recording the emotional outpourings of a world leader, there are no second takes.
To say that producer Chris Hughes was closely involved with Recording Adam & The Ants’ biggest records would be a bit of an understatement — he got so involved he joined the band...
Scott Walker’s career has taken him from pop stardom to high art. In a rare interview, he and producer Peter Walsh lay bare their unique approach to recording.
Shahid Khan has gone from pizza delivery man to in-demand producer — with a little help from Noel Edmonds.
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