Mon, 9 October 2006
News, a Gear Review, a Celebrity Interview, we tweak the Stupid knob and a deluxe edition of Viewer Mail!
The OTR Network Library
Digidesign Announces Velvet
Line 6 Giving Away Free ReFills
Sweetwater's Warehouse Moving Sale
(800) 222-4700 Ext. #1273
Andrew Brierly from the Home Recording Odyssey podcast sent in this audio demonstration of what he believes is a practical use of lava lamp technology in the recording process.
Lava Lamp Plugin - RTAS For Mac
This week Big Al caught up with Mike Schettler, Mike Bolan's partner at Hit Street Records and owner of Shortler Studios in Spokane, Washington.
The Shortler Studios Control Room Window
See the full set of detailed pics
on our Flickr page
Sound Studio Construction On A Budget
Richard Oliver - Studio Designer
Jimmy Buffet takes a page from Willie Nelson's book!
Q: What was the longest title of a song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100?
A: The 1981 Stars on 45 #1 hit, simply called Medley, "technically" is the longest song title to become a chart hit on Billboard. It originally appears in complete title form on the printed edition of the Billboard Chart.
The actual title is: Medley: Intro Venus / Sugar Sugar / No Reply / I'll Be Back / Drive My Car / Do You Want To Know A Secret / We Can Work It Out / I Should Have Known Better / Nowhere Man / You're Going To Lose That Girl / Stars On 45
Congratulations to this this week's winner, the only person to answer correctly, Mr. Dennis McFall! Dennis takes home a copy of Guitar And Drum Trainer courtesy of Ryan Smith over at RenegadeMinds.com. See you next week!
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