Moving Forward

Touzeau, Jeff
October 2010
Pro Sound News;Oct2010, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p75
The article features singer, songwriter Richard Barone and his new album "Glow," which was produced in collaboration with Tony Visconti. Barone says that he became involved in popular music by becoming a disc jockey (DJ) at an early age. It cites several recording instruments used in their sessions including the electric Ampeg bass, EMS Synthi, and Mellotron keyboard. It mentions his book "Frontman," wherein he highlights the importance of trusting one's ears when doing any work with music.


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