A Wale of a Time

Benzuly, Sarah
February 2009
Mix;Feb2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p18
The article discusses the production of a BBC television series titled "Bryn Close to Home," which features the classical Welsh singer Bryn Terfel performing in different locations around North Wales. Particular attention is paid to the technical challenges of recording in slate caverns with the electronic Welsh folk group Ar Log. Music supervisor Martin Gifford comments on the process of syncing live vocals with television video footage and pre-recorded music backing tracks.


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