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EP 237 - The History of Recording Drums with Jay Petach







Unravel the captivating journey of recording technology with Jay Petach as your guide, spanning back to the 1800s when pioneers like Thomas Edison introduced groundbreaking inventions like the Phonograph and Edison's Cylinders. Delve into the evolution leading to the revolutionary use of magnetic tape and the advent of computers, propelling us into the era of multi-track recording as we recognize it today.


In this enlightening episode, Jay Petach, a distinguished professor and seasoned audio engineer, offers invaluable insights drawn from his extensive experience. He regales us with anecdotes of the bygone era when drummers were strategically placed in the back of the room for mixing, and recounts the challenges of capturing the full richness of iconic drum kits like Ringo's on rudimentary 2 and 4 track systems.


From the emergence of gates, reverbs, and drum effects to the intricate techniques that have shaped modern recording, Jay's expertise shines through, making this episode a must-watch for both enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Join us as we journey through the annals of recording history, guided by Jay's passion and expertise, in an exploration that promises to both educate and enthrall. Don't miss out on this captivating dive into the art and science of recording!


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