Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Tony Adamo Nacnud Sound Studio

Dig this. I think new technologies and platforms can still be created by individuals searching for tools that the market hasn't yet discovered in music focus groups. The way for this to happen is for people to rearrange their priorities in the recording studio. Don't calibrate your thinking to what common wisdom says. What you should be working on or thinking about is that musicians need space. Guard against arrogance and insularity. Leave yourself open to serendipity. That is where Rick's talent can help. Rick Duncan at Nacnud Sound, Lodi, did all of the above for legendary drummer Mike Clark and myself while recording tracks for my last CD, MILES OF BLU. Rick's studio is his cockpit. He'll fly you any where you want to go.
Tony Adamo/ Urbanzone Records

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