I just recorded a few tracks with Moksha for their upcoming 2nd album on Monday and thought I’d share a couple of photos from the session. It went really well and I can’t wait to hear the final product!
I played baritone saxophone for the recording and this is the microphone they had for me. It’s a vintage Telefunken U47. These were made by both Telefunken and Neumann and they’re quite expensive. If you were to buy one, it would cost around $10,000!
After playing into it, I can see why. It had a deep, rich sound and I’m really happy with how it came out.
This is Bonzai Caruso sitting at the 96-input Solid State Logic board at Odds On Recording. Apparently, when it was built, this was the largest board of its kind in North America! Bonzai is a real genius and his body of work is prolific and amazing. I’m really excited to get to work with him.