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Interviews with Terry Date

Hi!

Does anyone here knows were I can find the interview series with producer Terry Date, posted in EQ magazine a cobble of years ago, talking about his recording and mixing techniques?? I’m not quite sure what year they are from, but I guess around year 2000.

I hope you can help me.

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I would also like to know this. I think he had some interviews with Mix magazine too. I did a search but I couldn't find anything.
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TYry their site...I would think.

that was a great article....my favorite part (to paraphrase) was when they asked Date about recording vocals with a 58 in the control room.

He confirmed he does this...

They said..."what about all the noise and stuff...."

And he said something like.."yeah...thats the good part..."
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They said..."what about all the noise and stuff...."

And he said something like.."yeah...thats the good part..."
Ha ha genius!

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Can you link to the sie you mentioned?
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TYry their site...I would think.
I’ve searched the EQ magazine homepage but couldn’t find anything related to Terry Date. That’s why I hoped that someone had seen the articles posted some were else on the net.

Anyone??

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Your name, Lydpik, has a very funny meaning in danish
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Your name, Lydpik, has a very funny meaning in danish
I know... Soundcock!! Ha ha!
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Sorry to dig up this old thread...

But I still haven't found any interviews with Terry Date. Or anything on him for that matter.

Does anyone have any info on Terry's technique?
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Check out the Pantera home videos. He has Phil holding a 58 in his hand in the control room!
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i'd like to know too.....these interviews have got to be somewhere.....i love dates work on the deftones records, drumsounds........was "around the fur" produced by Terry Date? , for i think it's the best sounding Deftones record.

The only info i got is that he likes the atm25 mics, there is always a little video studio footage on the deftones records.....
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Its in a couple of the older EQ mags that are not on the website.
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He..uses..1176's..and..1081's..

Ulrich..Wild..was..his.."protege"..so..i..think..Ulrich..uses..alot..of..the
same..techniques..as..Terry..

I'll..see..if..i..can..find..the..interview..
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He..uses..1176's..and..1081's..

Ulrich..Wild..was..his.."protege"..so..i..think..Ulrich..uses..alot..of..the
same..techniques..as..Terry.
And he mixes on older SSL's.
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Had the pleasure of working with terry last year. First off, the guy is super cool and shares his "tricks" openly. A couple of things he pointed out to me that I would say are a little more common knowledge....

-Especially for rock records, build a "tent" around the kick drum. That way when you crank hi end into the kick mics, you don't brighten up the cymbal bleed.

-Terry also likes to track the bass cab in the room with the drummer. He said something about it "tuning" the kick to the track. I don't know exactly what he meant by this...maybe someone can ellaborate.

Also, terry didn't use a single piece of outboard gear for mixing, with the exception of 1 reverb and a delay. All compression/eq etc. was on the SSL 4000.
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Has anyone found good interviews with Terry Date yet, I would also love to know some stuff about his techniques and such.

Sorry for digging this old thread up again though

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Had the pleasure of working with terry last year. First off, the guy is super cool and shares his "tricks" openly. A couple of things he pointed out to me that I would say are a little more common knowledge....

-Especially for rock records, build a "tent" around the kick drum. That way when you crank hi end into the kick mics, you don't brighten up the cymbal bleed.

-Terry also likes to track the bass cab in the room with the drummer. He said something about it "tuning" the kick to the track. I don't know exactly what he meant by this...maybe someone can ellaborate.

Also, terry didn't use a single piece of outboard gear for mixing, with the exception of 1 reverb and a delay. All compression/eq etc. was on the SSL 4000.


do you remeber which delay/reverb unit he uses?
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do you remeber which delay/reverb unit he uses?
This particular time, he used one of the plates at Henson, and the delay was a PCM 42.
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terry date - mix magazine interview

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Interviews with Terry Date

This is such a shame.... The link is dead now! I'm absolutely wrapped in Terry dates mixing on the limp bizkit and deftones albums. Just digging up a super old thread, does anyone still have a copy or a workable link to this terry date interview?
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here's the link, working as at Jan 2011

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this is an old thread...... anyway he is a big fan of original Focusrite ISA 110 preamps.
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This is such a shame.... The link is dead now! I'm absolutely wrapped in Terry dates mixing on the limp bizkit and deftones albums. Just digging up a super old thread, does anyone still have a copy or a workable link to this terry date interview?
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