There area lot of guys who I think play great, there is only one Larri London. He was the best. I loved him like a brother and miss him still to this day. When he dies I really wondered if I could make records again. He was that…"
Well, after 20+ years of being involved in the Nashville music scene, I am now singing in a gospel quartet (www.southernsoundquartet.com) and doing a little recording, arranging and producing on my in-home Pro Tools rig. (me and everyone…"
Just this morning I was part of a conversation of some "audio engineers" who were complaining about the sound of digital, especially Pro Tools. They told the client it would have sounded better had it been recorded analog. This is the biggest piece of misinformation on the planet today. Lets see, the best analog tape in the world had a signal to noise of about 60db versus over a hundred for 24 bit digital. The distortion was in the realm of 2%-5% for analog tape versus .003% for digital. It…See More
"I do think some of todays players have lost the feel for country music, and I think this comes as the genres have moved closer and clower together through the years. A few years ago I did a stone cold country record where I hired Jimmy Capps (great…"
Recorded all of Ronnie Milsap's RCA releases from 1978 to 1992. Was nominated for a Grammy for best engineered album in 1989, Ronnie Milsap's "Heart and Soul". I have also recorded for Barbara Mandrell, Dan Seals, Kenny Rogers, Crystal Gayle, Firefall, Randy Travis, and many others, I currently sing lead for Southern Sound Quartet, Nashville, TN, and still do quite a bit of producing, engineering, vocal arranging and mixing