All on Music industry
Mad about horns
Famous for his garden scissors, Olavi Linden is a man of over hundred instruments, and horns are his obsession.
Vinyl record labels are springing up like mushrooms after the rain. Very few of them have their own Neumann’s cutting lathe.
A new hope for record lovers in Tallinn.
Roni Martin’s skills as a musician and a composer are well-known. Less well is documented his work as a studio professional, and a happy owner of a first-generation Harrison mixing board.
Rainbow Studios – Jan Erik Kongshaug
”A good sound comes from a good musician and a good instrument”, says Jan Erik Kongshaug, founder of the famous Rainbow Studio in Oslo.
Surrounding Opus 3
Opus 3 once was synonymous for great music recorded in authentic recording venues with minimal micing. Great music is still there but for the rest: times are changing. Jan-Eric Persson explains.
2L – a high-quality Nordic sound
In 2L recordings the listener sits in the midst of the musicians.
“Sounds of a century”
A digitizing project of all recordings issued in Finland since 1901 is currently under way at the Music Library.
12 Tonar – a top record shop from Iceland
Two three years ago I asked the rather progressive 12 Tónar record shop in Iceland to send me some material …
Two books on recording
The first book attempts to offer a broader and more dynamic understanding of the recording industry, while the second unveils the historical meaning of the most important digital format of our times: MP3.