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Hey again, welcome back. So this is a quick one to cover what we did for vocal takes, following on from the guitar blog.

We weren’t able to get in foxhole studios, and I wanted to use a particular microphone, so we decided to go to… 314 more words


Hello I’m James Hansford-White, Producer/Engineer/Mixer/Mastering Engineer. My goal is to bring a unique production to talented bands and artists.

BA (Hons) Degree in Audio Production… 14 more words


Old Guy Plays "Cast Your Fate to the Wind"

“Cast Your Fate to the Wind”, as written and performed by Jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, was a solid top-40 hit in 1963, reaching #22 and staying on the charts for 18 weeks. 15 more words


Old Guy Plays "Telstar"

“Telstar” was a huge instrumental hit for the Tornadoes, a British group, in 1962. Named after the first communications satellite, it went to number one on both the US and UK charts. 18 more words


Old Guy Plays "Green Onions"

“Green Onions” was, of course, a great R&B instrumental hit for Booker T. and the MGs. I realize that the signature riff was a Hammond B-3 organ, but I enjoy the challenge of capturing the feel of the original no matter the instrumentation.


I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face

“I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face”, from the Lerner & Lowe musical “My Fair Lady”, is such a beautiful tune. BTW, please do not mistakenly think the title is actually “I’ve Thrown a Custard in Your Face”.


Green Dolphin Street

“Green Dolphin Street” has been a staple of the straight-ahead jazz repertoire ever since Miles recorded it back in 1958. My arrangement is in a smooth-jazz vein, and I think it works pretty well. Great tune.