Benzuly, Sarah
November 2010
Mix;Nov2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p38
The article discusses the recording techniques employed by producer Bob Rock and audio engineer Randy Staub for the classic album "Enter Sandman," by Metallica. Rock and Staub had used a different process of recording compared to the one they used in the band's previous albums because of some changes in the tempo of the song structure. They had made various cutting and editing on the tape before it had been transferred to a digital machine to make it into the master drum track.


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