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Strawberry Studios co-founder and engineer, Peter Tattersall, sat at the 8 track desk (with 8 track Scully machine behind) c.1974. The 1970 Hotlegs album and early 10cc albums were recorded on it (including Rubber Bullets) and, as Peter noted in early 2011, "you could have the meters right over in the red and get no distortion - cant do that today!!" (Photo courtesy of Peter Tattersall)
Artefact added : 17th January 2011
by Peter Wadsworth
Barrie Lewis Says –
Wow !young Pete Tattersall--greatest engineer I ever worked with.We (Wimplewinch)did all our early demos with him,most could have been masters.Yea--the Scully--took my Gibson EB3 heavy gauge bass strings,heavy slapping + volume--no problem--clean as a whistle,mind you it was Pete who was in charge of that mean machine--worra guy.Good memories from 66--68ish.Hi Pete!
COMMENT ADDED 30th June 2012
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