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The Soulfooled head honcho opens the door to his recently refurbished studio to talk us through his key pieces of kit including an old Grundig TK 747 2-track tape recorder, Yamaha Clavinova and TC Helicon VoiceLive.

26th June, 2012

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Comments

  • I agree fully and would add great gear is good but updating your skills is equally important i have found some producers still sticking to old knowledge, there is a world out there. Be humble learn .. Just not sharing my setup yet lol

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  • most important the red stool 😉

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