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"We recorded three different versions of the song, though the vocal remained the same throughout each incarnation, and we built the track around that. I had recorded demos of all the songs for the album at my studio, recording her vocals with my vintage Neumann U87, which I ran through an API 3124M mic pre or my Audio Upgrades Class A custom-built stereo mic pre, a GML 8200 EQ, and a Teletronix LA2A compressor, straight into Pro Tools," says Eric Rosse, about recording Sara Bareilles' song, Love Song, in [this article](http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep08/articles/itrosse.htm).more
"Still in the Orange amp. We also plugged the guitar DIRECT to the console and distorted the track in a way I watched Bob Ezrin do... called the CANADIAN method by some, which is basically cranking the gain on a Teletronix LA2A compressor/limiter, to the max, and you get some VERY interesting distortion."more
Hannes Bieger in his Berlin studio. His name may be unfamiliar to many, but that’s only because he works behind the scenes. Those in the know are well aware that Bieger is an in-demand sound engineer who has mixed down tracks by artists like Steve Bug, Ruede Hagelstein, and Tale Of Us. We peeked over Hannes’ shoulder while he worked in order to learn a bit more about his philosophy and his approach to his trade.more