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<p>Rob’s blog entries about producing music.</p>

Recording Keith Richards & “You Win Again”

By on Nov 5, 2014 in Music Production | 0 comments

The production arc which started with Wingless Angels, sidetracked on Bridges to Babylon, blossomed during the production of Keith Richards You Win Again and Hubert Sumlin’s About Them Shoes. In this installment, I talk about the making of You Win Again. The Hubert Sumlin Rehearsal There was a rehearsal at Keith’s house for Hubert Sumlin’s record. Hubert...

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Taking Flight With Wingless Angels

By on Oct 1, 2014 in Music Production | 0 comments

“You don’t in fact need a studio. You need a room. It’s just where you put the microphones.” – Keith Richards – Life The road to “You Win Again” started Thanksgiving of ’95. “Wingless Angels” came out while we were on the road with “Bridges to Babylon.” I don’t know if it was ’97 or ’98; either late ’97 or early ’98. I...

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Music Production: Simple Sounds Best

By on Apr 23, 2013 in Music Production, Rob's Blog | 0 comments

Music production should be about the music and the performance. Don’t worry about the little imperfections and mistakes – often that’s what makes a great performance and a great record. When I worked as an engineer at The Village Recorder – this is 1973 I think – there was a guy, Ron Malo, who worked at Chess Records. Malo came down because the guy...

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