"For sure, the end "user" (buyer) won't have a CLUE if you used emulators, external analog, or any combination in between. Use what works for you, what gets the sound the client wants. We all get WAY too caught up in the…"
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 else on the planet). Milsap calls once a year or so and says we are getting the old crew back together, but its a pipe dream...ain't gonna happen. I am the Southeastern rep for Audio Precision test instruments as well, which I have been doing since 1989. Whew! A lot of water under the bridge. Great to hear from you....would love to meet up for lunch one day soon. Maybe get you to master a project for me....like old times!!!!
Hey Glen! I remember those days so well! Man, the music was great, wasn't it? I love r'n'b. Do you ever hear anything about any of those artists? Loleata Holloway, Dorothy Norwood and Joe Hinton were some great acts. You have golden ears my friend. Keep on whippin' it!
Hey Glenn - Not only does your face look very familiar, but I'm thinking we met years ago here in Nashville. I started calling Nashville home only recently, but I was one of the founding members at Mark Levinson Audio Systems [along with good friends Ted Jensen who now owns Sterling, Doug Beard, now down here with Audio Dev and Fred Layn, formerly with Studer.
If you ever come across a JC2 or LNP2 preamp chances are you'll find one of our names scrawled on the mother board. Anyway, I used to make trips down here to familiarize the pro biz with the products and we probably met then. Good to see you're still in the game making good music.