End of a month and I'm very sorry for some of the questions left unanswered. Some very specific ones where I could not find the record to reference were especially frustrating for me. I tend to give away CDs and then of course when I need them, where the F$#K!!
So again, sorry.
That said, I loved this and will be looking in often.
Thank ya'll for the very warm reception, thank you JP for turning me on to this, and thank you Jules for your coordination..............and the mug...............oh.........and the T thumbsup shirt.
Thank you Tchad!!
Ive been mixing a project through out your time here and I must say!, What and inspired periode it has been!!, probably the best mixing ive done so far!.
I am surely gonna miss this, down to earth just plain and simple head to head open conversation.
Thanks Tchad for the time and you were here.
your not only one to got something out of this!!
You were one of my heroes especially for the work you did with Stina Nordenstamm but this Q&A has opened my eyes to lots of stuff I didn't know you did that I'm looking so much forward to checking out... But above all it has been incredibly inspiring to read both specific techniques but also just you general attitude towards recording music. As another poster said it has really strengthened confidence in following ones gut instinct. Thanks for being here
Thank you Tchad for your time, and all the information and inspiration you have shared here.
From the moment I heard the hard panned dualing drums on suzzane vega's "Tombstone" I found a new love of music production. I started as a musican, and was always in love with the SOUNDS of records when i was growing up. As I progressed through the label and music making machine, I lost that love of the pure FEELING of records. Hearing what you have done sonically to shape some of the greatest artists of the past 20 years has inspired me beyond description.
Today I chase the sounds and feelings that records inspired in me as a kid. I live music today, no longer chasing the fame, money, etc. I make RECORDS with ARTISTS....and I wanted to thank you personally for providing a great deal of my textbooks in this form of art we call record making.
Warm wishes on your new endeavors into the world of digital audio, and new horizons of this music business. Your work, your sounds, and now your words have inspired me again...thanks for taking the time out of your life to contribute to this forum.
I hope everyone here will not focus on trying to use all the information you have shared to mimic your STYLE...but instead, use it as more information, more inspiration in their own unique production styles, and more importantly...make music that touches the listener on many, many levels.