Continuing our GRAMMY® series, this week we chat with Grammy-winning mastering engineer and audio restoration guru Michael Graves.
Sometimes a needle isn’t just a needle.
There is some really cool info in this week’s interview about dealing with vinyl records. Rather than me bugger it up, though, I suggest you check out the episode, where Michael explains how a different stylus can make all the difference in the world, what turntable he uses in his GRAMMY-winning projects, and how mono isn’t always mono.
One of Michael’s GRAMMYs…
In this week’s episode, Michael also talks about his most recent GRAMMY win, from his collaboration with Cheryl Pawelski at Omnivore Recordings. You can read more about how Michael went about restoring this rare Hank Williams record at:
We’ll be talking a little more about Dust-to-Digital in the next episode (and hearing some tunes!)…but these fellow Atlantans simply rock hard! (Well, and folk and jazz hard.)
You can find out more about this awesome label at:
Music of Morocco
Michael talks about this awesome project working with Paul Bowles’ recordings of Moroccan musicians.