Book Review: Get Tusked – The Inside Story of Fleetwood Mac’s Most Anticipated Album
Grammy-winning co-producer Ken Caillat and assistant engineer Hernan Rojas spent a year recording Fleetwood Mac’s epic double-album, Tusk. Now they share what went wrong: Everything.
Real-World Review: Making Sound — Creative Music Production Tips and Philosophies
Producer/engineer Russ Long pages through Making Sound and declares, "I don’t think there an engineer alive who won’t receive some benefit from reading it."
Book Review: Al Schmitt On the Record—The Magic Behind the Music
Arguably the most successful engineer ever, Al Schmitt has worked with everyone from Duke Ellington to Dr. Dre—and now he's written an autobiography to tell the tale and share what he's learned along the way.
The METAlliance Report: Al Schmitt on ‘Emotions in the Mix’
By Al Schmitt. Twenty-time Grammy-winning engineer Al Schmitt discusses the emotional relationship he has with a mix and shares more on the process with an excerpt from his new memoir.
LISTEN: Studio Obstacles Fueled Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage”
Musicians can get stymied in the studio when they're unable to make creative decisions, as an audio excerpt from the Beastie Boys' memoir proves.
Book Review: Making Rumors: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.
By Clive Young. Ken Caillat recalls every detail behind the creation of Fleetwood Mac's best-known album in his memoir, the aptly titled Making Rumours: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.