There are certain records from the 80s and early 90s that you love because the songs are great, but you don’t go to them as an example of great production. Over the last 20 years, myself and a lot of other musicians my age have tried to discover things in 50s, 60s, and 70s recording techniques that were lost or discarded. We’ve all been trying to crack this code. It’s been an important period in the last 15 years, reclaiming some of those lost approaches to making records.

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“There are certain records from the 80s and early 90s that you love because the songs are great, but you don’t go to them as an example of great production. Over the last 20 years, myself and a lot of other musicians my age have tried to discover things in 50s, 60s, and 70s recording techniques that were lost or discarded. We’ve all been trying to crack this code. It’s been an important period in the last 15 years, reclaiming some of those lost approaches to making records.”

 

Beck

There are certain records from the 80s and early 90s that you love because the songs are great, but you don't go to them as an example of great production. Over the last 20 years, myself and a lot of other musicians my age have tried to discover things in 50s, 60s, and 70s recording techniques that were lost or discarded. We've all been trying to crack this code. It's been an important period in the last 15 years, reclaiming some of those lost approaches to making records.