Sunday, October 11, 2009

More surf in my mix, please

The personality of the Stagehouse is making itself known. There are places in the beginning of In the 20th Century where you can hear the waves crashing against the cliffs and wind in the eves... and it will probably end up staying. Led Zeppelin recorded Black Country Woman for Physical Graffiti in the garden and you can hear a plane at one point. So a bunch of millionaire rockstars set the precedent in 1975. Nice guitars today, great combinations of Gibsons and Fenders, AKG and Audio Technica mic's, Neve and UAD pre's, Hot Wheels and Imperial Storm Troopers. Wes Kinsman loved it.







1 comment:

  1. Chester in Athens, GeorgiaOctober 12, 2009 at 9:53 AM

    Glenn, I don't know you or your music(I like the song posted on your blog), and I'm not sure were where Newfoundland is. Canada, right? But... I don't think I've ever seen a location for recording as incredible as where these pictures are shot. If the music is informed by the setting at all, it will be one hell of a CD.

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