Why 80's music will inspire your way to creation

In 1979 in a West London studio, a sound engineer was messing around with a new mixing table the studio had acquired. It included a “talkback microphone” that was used to have a conversation between the musicians in the recording room and the mixing booth. The engineer had added a compressor tao it - in order to uplift the softer sounds -, as well as a “gate”, an effect that eliminates the sounds that are just below a threshold of decibels. Meanwhile, in the studio, a drummer was fooling around with a basic beat. It was at that moment that the engineer turned on the talkback mic, letting the sounds through the mixing table. It created a deep, full drum sound followed by a sudden hush. The en


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