January 24, 2002 at 6:03 pm #43176
J MASCIS IN TAPEOP MAGAZINE.
J DISCUSSES "BOBS PLACE"
J CHATS ON KEVIN SHIELDS
THIS MAGAZINE IS FREE.
order at TAPEOP.COMJanuary 24, 2002 at 7:06 pm #55013
Evil Malcom kicks ass. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
be sure to sub now if you want this edition!
here is the email they sent when I signed up
Thanks for subscribing to Tape Op Magazine.
The current issue is #27 and will mail out on January 15th. Any subscriptions entered before January 3rd will receive this issue. Any Subscriptions entered on or after January 3rd, will will begin with issue #28 which will mail on March 15th.
Issue 27 is available on newsstands and as a back issue. Back issue ordering info is available at http://www.tapeop.com.
Features in #27 include interviews with Mario Caldato and Adam Horovitz-Adam was in the Beastie Boys and Mario recorded their last few albums. There’s also features on J Mascis, Spoon, The New Pornographers and lots more.
We’re still working on issue #28 but some of the stories we’re working on that will be in 28 or an upcoming issue include interviews with GGarth, Bryan Carlstrom, Le Tigre, Chris Ballew, Rafter Roberts and lots more. At AES we interviewed Tony Visconti so that’s in the pipe as well. Some of the how-to articles coming up include a patch bay primer, Mac OSX, interning at a studio, a cool talkback trick, a "cheap" mellotron, Tube Guitar amp fixes by Geoff Farina and lots more.
Keep making music!
John & LarryJanuary 25, 2002 at 5:09 am #55014
Hopefully somebody out there who is able to pick up this mag will share the article…Pretty Please <img>
That would be cool, even better if someone goes to that conference in March…tape the show <img>
Allison <img>January 26, 2002 at 8:43 pm #55015
I got the magizine, but I’m lazy and i don’t feel like writing out the whole interview because unless your thoroughly interested in J’s studio equipment it’s dull. Among the most interesting things though, there’s the fact that the Experience Music Project mueseum bought his first guitar (this was mentioned) and J says "I couldn’t deal with the fact that I was spending so much money, I’d sit on the couch and think ‘It costs a thousand dollars to be looking out this window’" Hence the home studio. He says Bob appears on one b side (you can hear him walking around’. He also says there are 8 instrument and ‘a few’ vocal tracks for new album. There are pictures of Bob and the studio, including a shelf consisting of about 40 pedals that include everything from a Crybaby to big muff’s. I hope that answers some curiousity.
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