Classic Tracks: Arlo Guthrie's "City of New Orleans"

Jul 1, 2003, By Dan Daley

Sometimes, a so-called "career record" can affect more than one career. When Arlo Guthrie's cover of the late Steve Goodman's paean to America's fading railroads, "City of New Orleans," came out as the single from Guthrie's Hobo's Lullaby LP in 1972, it gave the folk-singing son of America's own hobo poet laureate, Woody Guthrie, his first bona fide chart hit....

Richard Dodd

Jul 1, 2003, BY RICK CLARK

The career of engineer, producer and mixer Richard Dodd has taken many interesting twists and turns over the past three decades....

Guitar Amps and Tubes

Jul 1, 2003, BY EDDIE CILETTI

I have more than a passing interest in guitar-amplification technology, specifically the tubular variety. Here are a few tips that range from safety to sonics, and noise immunity to tube testing....

Producer Mark Hudson

Jul 1, 2003, By Matt Hurwitz

Former Beatle Ringo Starr calls it, simply, The Cupboard. It's a shrine to The Beatles in more ways than one: a tiny wooden office over a Thai restaurant in West Los Angeles, up whose rickety wooden back stairs have climbed some of the biggest names in modern music to drop in, laugh and make dynamite records....

Justin Niebank

Jul 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

It wasn't easy to catch up with Justin Niebank. A Nashville-based producer/engineer with a penchant for roots music, Niebank was in the middle of three projects the week I first tried to reach him: mixing for Brad Paisley, cutting vocals with Rebecca Lynn Howard and recording a Keith Urban single....

Get Trigger-Happy With Digital Performer

Jun 1, 2003, BY MICHAEL COOPER

Mark of the Unicorn’s Digital Performer audio software can be used to trigger drums. Tips for audio professionals using Digital Performer with drum triggers....

Rosanne Cash Hits New Heights

Jun 1, 2003, By Elianne Halbersberg

Like the beginning of a classic Dickens novel, the past few years have been the best of times and the worst of times for Rosanne Cash....

Working Smart

May 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

Anybody who's spent time in a studio lately has observed what happens when inexperienced producers collide with the endless choices offered by digital recording....

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