In 1984, PM Magazine and host Dick Saint taped a feature on Acme Recording Studios following "The Curly Shuffle" success.
Site for recording engineer and founder of EARS, Mike Rasfeld 1951-1989.
Audio Engineering Society
The Recording Academy
The Society of Professional Audio Recording Services, a member driven national society created in 1979 comprising a virtual who's who in the recording industry and an industry friend of EARS
A library of videos relating to audio engineering, production and the music business etc..
Videos, Interviews, Articles and all things recording and producing.
Fun video featuring the construction of ACME recording in 1990.
Guerrilla Art, Music, Activism & Multi Media.... all made in Chicago.
Promoting the Chicago music community locally, nationally, and internationally.
The fascinating story of American made MCI tape machines and consoles.
The Music Industry Report brings the latest news, tips, and advice columns for the global music community.
Lefsetz addresses the issues that are at the core of the music business: downloading, copy protection, pricing and the music itself.
News and information for the audio professional
A YouTube video on EARS member John Hardy creating the 990 op-amp.
Early sound recordings by Alexander Graham Bell that were packed away at the Smithsonian Institution for more than a century were played publicly for the first time Tuesday using new technology that reads the sound with light and a 3D camera.
In this video we see Sir George Martin, Giles Martin (his son), and Dhani Harrison listening to the mix of “Here Comes The Sun.” Suddenly Dhani opens the channel with George Harrison's “lost solo guitar.”
Early History of Rickenbacker Electro Guitars in L.A in 1931.FUNNY BUSINESS
Engineer discussing ProTools with a drummer
Sound men gather to talk about their pony tails.
Girl tries to sing into the end of a mic stand
Hitler upset about Pro Tools 10 upgrade path
The Institute Of Delusional Audio