The Steve King Show (Interview)

This hour-long interview was conducted on The Steve King Show on WGN Radio, September 5th, 1991.

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    Steve King Show - Part 01 (16:10)

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    Introduction - NARAS Home Recording Technology Exposition - Universal Recording & Chess Records - Capturing a performance through recording - Technical and Musical background - Analog and Digital recording and remastering - Mastering techniques (analog and digital) - Stereo and Mono - Elegant EQ - Analog vs Digital
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    Steve King Show - Part 02 (08:25)

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    Chuck Berry - Benefits of live recording - Jerry Lee Lewis - Ramsey Lewis - Wayne King Duke Ellington - Recording industry and talent in Chicago
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    Steve King Show - Part 03 (11:04)

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    Listener phone calls - Analog vs Digital - Vintage microphones - Tube equipment and transistor equipment - Tube amplifiers - NARAS Home Recording Technology Exposition - Proliferation of small and home recording studios - Overdubbing instruments and vocals
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    Steve King Show - Part 04 (13:36)

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    Technical perfection vs performance quality - Live performances and record sales - Car stereos - Off-work music listening - Bill Putnam - Microphone placement and recording drums - Drum machines - Difficult recording sessions - Mixer as performance artist - Discretion and professional gossip - Howlin’ Wolf - Muddy Waters - The Dells
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    Steve King Show - Part 05 (06:45)

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    Mixer as session producer - Ramsey Lewis - Dick Marx - John Frigo - Richard Marx - Dinah Washington - Sarah Vaughan - Ahmad Jamal - Live recording versus studio performance recording - Headphones - NARAS Home Recording Technology Exposition