The vibe in the room: Producer Steve Osborne on digital and analogue recording

In this exclusive interview, multi- platinum selling music producer Steve Osborne discusses blending analogue and digital technologies in the recording studio.

Steve Osborne has worked with a wide variety of musicians, from New Order, Doves, Vanessa Carlton, U2 and KT Tunstall. During the 1990′s, Osborne was half of the Perfecto Records team, a production and remix collaboration with Paul Oakenfold; the artists they worked with included Happy Mondays and U2. Osborne most recently has worked with Cat’s Eyes on their critically acclaimed album, released in April 2011. At the 2012 Soundedit Festival in Poland, Steve Osborne received the prestigious ‘The Man With The Golden Ear’ Award.  He is currently based at Real World Studios.

Music: Vanessa Carlton – Hear The Bells

2 Comments

  • C.G says:

    This is the point : “an analog discipline”.
    Very interesting interview.Thank you for sharing.

  • chris says:

    how good to hear a good quiet well thought out piece, without hype and all the stuff you have to get through to understand what is being said. The warmth of vinyl seems to be on digital these days, to my ears, but then there is the age thing ticking in.

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