The RR Team is gearing up for today’s recording sessions, but yesterday, producer David Frost and RR Engineer “Prof” Keith O. Johnson took some time to talk with the Kansas City Symphony about what it is that they do! And here’s a look at the team going over the notes from last night’s “working performance” before today’s sessions:
Mike Garson and The Bowie Variations are featured on the December 2011 cover of Keyboard Magazine. The story takes readers into the “Recording Chain” that was used by RR’s own “Prof” Keith O. Johnson. The Recording Chain: Coles 4038 Ribbons, matched pair, probably early 1970 manufacture Sennheiser MKH 405 FM directional condenser, modified 1960s manufacture Sennheiser MKH 105 FM non-directional condenser, modified, 1960s manufacture Spectral DMC-10 Preamplifier, all discrete circuit with cascode upgrades, RIAA phonograph…
As promised, we have a behind-the-scenes video from the the Dallas Wind Symphony recording sessions. We hope you enjoy it (and please remember that you’re hearing the audio as it was picked up from a digital camera’s microphone after coming through the monitor speakers).
Today we have a very cool feature. We are going to give you a look at a short clip of behind-the-scenes footage from the Dallas Wind Symphony Lincolnshire Posy recording session. This video is only one of 5, we will post a couple more here throughout the rest of this week. But, for all of the videos, you will have to go to our new YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/ReferenceRecordings Here You Go!