Unformatted text preview: Charlie Watts 5. What sort of sound was Glyn Johns known for? He had an ear for acoustics, and was an expert at placing microphones and amps. He coaxed clean, natural sounding tracks. He liked live sounding recordings but took advantage of some studio effects. He created “phasing” which is the effect of 3 separate tape machines and when applied to a track, they create a rising, shimmering envelope of sound. 6. Which record was his first production break? Children of the Future 7. Which record did Johns say was his best sounding album? Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin in 1969 8. What did Johns have to say about singles? He wasn’t interested in them because a finished album was a complete statement of where the artist is at. 9. What record was noted as the “most influential rock albums ever made?”...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course REC 216 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at DePaul.
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