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Chuck Nessa

Tape Op piece from the past

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Thanks for the link. I found this interesting: "Numbers One and Two introduced the use of a single overhead microphone, which Nessa felt would "get a blend of what the group sounded like."

Denon did this 30 years later with many of their classical music recordings (they called it one-point recordings). I have many (all?) of them and like them a lot. Did not know that this technique was used for jazz recordings as well.

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Amazing. 

The interviewer, Steve Silverstein, is a friend, musician, and excellent recording engineer as well (mostly in the rock/experimental realm). Operated the short-lived noise LP label Wodger, really nice imprint.

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