In this episode of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast, Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay discuss the exploitation of stereo when it comes to producing and engineering music. Long gone are the days of sonic exploration via stereo. Certain aspects such as panning are still used, but the fine art of “playing with the mix” to produce sonic psychedelia have been relegated to the status of “relics of the past.” Do you agree with that assessment?
Next, what’s in a band’s name? Can a name make or break a band’s image? Can the choice of a name spell success or failure for a group of artists? We share our opinion, and let you be the judge.
Also in this episode, a YouTube reaction channel scores an interview with The Zombies, the great guitar tone wood debate, band logos, and so much more as we continue our overall discussion of life, the universe, and everything in this episode of The Trampled Underfoot Podcast! Enjoy!
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