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Larry Crane
Editor/founder of Tape Op Magazine - owner Jackpot! Recording - producer - engineer - I'd like to Mix Your Music!
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I'll be recording on today at 2:30 producing live to 16 track analog tape as fast as humanly possible! Overdubs in a panic! Free link. Donate tips to help OR wildfire victims.
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Luther Russell 22h
Just posted a photo
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Larry Crane Sep 16
Replying to @LCraneTapeOp
Watch for free. Tips benefit OR wildfire help.
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Larry Crane Sep 16
Tomorrow @lutherrussellmusic and I track a song live .live2020 at 2:30 pst. Drop in via !!!
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Larry Crane Sep 15
⁩ Really keeping on it with “Concert Tickets” in you ad. Fuck your ignorant ad campaign
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Larry Crane Sep 15
I'm sitting here during an unchecked pandemic in the worst air quality in the world (PDX) due to unmitigated climate change effects. Please vote out the current president and get people in office who listen to/believe in science. That's all I ask of my country at this juncture.
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Larry Crane Sep 13
Show me a photo of a recording studio and I likely couldn’t give a fuck. Play me a great recording of a great song? I’m in.
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Tape Op Sep 13
If you are a music producer, mixer, label owner, songwriter, or electronic music maker, you owe a debt to Lee "Scratch" Perry.
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Life of the Record Sep 13
For those interested in a deeper look at how the record was made, check out our oral history podcast at
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Adam Gonsalves Sep 13
Thanks for the kind words and glad you enjoy the album! This was a joy to work on. Aside from all the heavy lifting did getting everything ready and as an indispensable source of perspective, he made it extra fun. Great to work with friends.
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Life of the Record Sep 13
Totally agree that this is a great late night record. My preferred way to listen was always while driving at night, music turned way up just to be able to hear everything. The remaster really makes it come alive now. Great work and
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Larry Crane Sep 12
Is my pal and not so secret accomplice on this.
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Larry Crane Sep 12
Replying to @jacobgemmell
Brad nailed it. I’ve met plenty of nice, well-intentioned folks who have a lot of recording gear but are not really working professionals. The actual day-to-day work can be stifling at times.
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Larry Crane Sep 12
Replying to @jacobgemmell
It’s learning how to listen and discern that made the biggest leaps for me. And not being afraid to “produce”.
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Larry Crane Sep 11
Replying to @tattoo_post
I haven’t investigated enough to have my own opinion. I like my console.
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Life of the Record Sep 9
Hear the first minutes of our Elliott Smith Self-Titled oral history podcast. Featuring , , Tony Lash, Slim Moon and Leslie Uppinghouse looking back on the making of the record. Full episode at
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Howard Rabach Sep 8
This is a work of art. Thank you all for treating this beautiful record with kid gloves. It's like rediscovering it. @ Machine Room Studio
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Larry Crane Sep 6
Replying to @Splendorbend3r
Oh man! I love it. Bring it on.
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Larry Crane Sep 5
Replying to @Splendorbend3r
I’m assuming you’re being funny?
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