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TAPE OP MAGAZINE Issue 144 September 2021
Interview by Larry Crane
"These days, because of all the levels of undo and the safety nets, I don’t feel [artists] get pushed nearly as hard as the days that I grew up in. I saw a lot of tears and a lot of fistfights. Now it’s that age of social media; just emojis, clap, clap, 'Everything’s great,' and hearts."
This quote got the most instagram likes on Tape Op's insta ever....... pure irony!
Read the whole interview here ...... Julie McLarnon: A Truly Analogue Cat | Tape Op Magazine | Longform candid interviews with music producers and audio engineers covering mixing, mastering, recording and music production.
'THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ANALOGUE'
Documentary written and narrated by Julie McLarnon and directed by award-winning director Myles O'Reilly
" With 30 years of analogue recording studio experience, Julie McLarnon tells a personal story of the 'happy accidents' that led her to delve into the psychological implications of the 'undo' button and the neuroscience of listening. She questions the current overload of anxiety inducing frequencies and its effect on our mental health and brain development. "
TALES OF THE POPULAR - BBC RADIO 3 MUSIC MATTERS
(Start : 29 minutes)
Kate Molleson explores the psychology behind recording in remote places. Julie McLarnon explains how a screenless environment combined with the quietude of Analogue Catalogue's surroundings focus the artists and engineer's minds towards the music.
'A SUPERIOR VINTAGE' - LONG LIVE VINYL (Febuary 2019)
A lovely 4-page feature on Julie McLarnon's analogue ethos and the film she is making with Myles O'Reilly on the Psychology of Analogue Recording