In fact, for those who would be interested in the gory details... the drums were captured on two tracks, one overhead EV PL37 condenser mic and the relatively new EV RE320 on the kick. The bass was lined out of the amp through a Peavey Tube Sweetener onto its own track, and Gerry's vocals, guitar, and harmonica were all captured by a vintage omnidirectional Sennheiser MD 21. The trusty Teac A3340-S was run at 7.5 ips and mixed down to a Tascam digital recorder, monitored on a Genelec 8030A and stereo Behringer C5As (their version of Auratones). Mastering was done on Sony MDR7520 headphones using both Sony SoundForge LE and Har-Bal - an amazing EQ program that really saves time.
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