Before there was "content" there was storytelling and I embraced every part of it. Still do. This is me at the 1995 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival listening to local furniture maker Huey Dupont tell me a whopper.
In this age of MP3 files, streaming services, earbuds, and just generally crappy sound being taken as the prevailing standard, it's easy to forget that lots of folks still care about their home sound systems. We've been talking to them and bring you the Living Room Rundown series in which we will feature the gear that industry pros use in their home. To kick things off we have Martin Frey, our good friend, from Nashville TN describe his set-up.Read More
The details of how this next move came about are a bit fuzzy but my friend and co-worker Chris and I decided that it would be fun to “borrow” the Haji truck for the weekend and record Lost Angeles at a little bar in Newport Beach. I still can’t believe that we got away with it – you’d think that my purchase of several rolls of very expensive two-inch recording tape late Friday might have tipped off my boss. That, and asking for the keys to the truck.Read More
This is a story of two guys named Dan. Well, just one was really named Dan, or Daniel. The other was a crook who went by many names but for the sake of this story I’ll call him Fake Dan.
Photo: The real Daniel Adair, left, and Nickelback sound mixer Joe KeiserRead More