|December 21st, 2009 | 21 Comments||« Previous | Episode 14 | Next »|
Some fans of the show like the recording tips or gear reviews best, but one my favorite parts of the show is highlighting the people behind the scenes of the things we all love in the world of recording.
Started as an alternative to publications like Mix Magazine, EQ, Sound on Sound and Recording Magazine, Larry Crane started Tape Op as a photocopied fanzine, and then with the help of John Baccigaluppi grew it into a loved, respected and successful Magazine. Larry and John came by my LA studio to eat Ethiopian Food and chat about the story behind Tape Op.
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