Picture Perfect

Touzeau, Jeff
January 2011
Pro Sound News;Jan2011, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p66
An interview with recording artist Ricky Skaggs is presented. He states that called producer/songwriter Gordon Kennedy to co-produce "Mosaic" with him. He mentions that he loves being in his studio, being covered by his instruments which are always close at hand. He claims that he had a Sony 337 that has been used on the mandolin family and uses Neumann KM 66s on a lot of acoustics.


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