Al and Shelby-- Together Again

Kenny, Tom
November 2010
Mix;Nov2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p36
The article focuses on the mixing techniques employed by Al Schmitt during the production of the holiday album "Merry Christmas," by Shelby Lynne. Schmitt transferred the analog tape recorder (ATR) tape reel to Pro Tools and used ATR analog machine in mixing it. Moreover, Schmitt revealed that Lynne preferred to use analog techniques, excellent microphones and tape machines in recording her songs.


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