George Massenburg’s latest: live studio performances

In +1/-1, creative commons, Miraverse, music industry, recording studio, technique by Michael Tiemann

George Massenburg is a legend in the recording industry.  His innovations include the introduction of the parametric equalizer in 1972, and his work on preamplifier design, dynamic range controllers, and other engineering equipment has also led the field for years.  His contributions to audio engineering go beyond mere tools: as …

The Music Lesson

In books, creativity, culture, music industry, technique by Michael Tiemann

Last week Lyle Estill was scheduled to give a reading at Quail Ridge Books and I was asked to introduce him.  After his reading, which was excellent, and the questions, which were semi-interesting, he set himself to signing books for the 30+ people who came to hear him that evening.  …

Remembering a Dream: Queen’s Night at the Opera

In creativity, Manifold Recording, recording studio, technique by Michael Tiemann

Brian May re-visits Rockfield Studios and helps piece together the history behind Bohemian Rhapsody.  What a great bit of history, and what a great motivation to do everything we can at Manifold Recording to capture everything that technology allows: HD (or better) video, high-rate 24-bit audio, the works.  Enjoy![youtube=]