Dante: So I hear that Scope was used extensively
in the recording of the 'Transcender' CD. At what stages was Scope
Scope was used in all the recording and mixing, and helped with production.
I hear one of these tracks (I believe it's the title track) is currently
numero uno in rotation in Utah or some such place. I enjoyed the
sessions. I also mixed all the songs on
having recorded many of the tracks on Scope and mixing them with
tracks recorded earlier in another studio.
Dante: So Patrick Butler is fairly well known in Utah?
GaryB: Actually Butler is one of those guys
that you've probably heard, but never knew. He was very busy in Hollywood
for many years, especially '80s and '90s. Before that he was part of a
platinum band called 'The Fatback Band'. They were a funk band and
also called just 'FatBack'. They had what was actually the first recorded rap song (King Tim, I
believe it was called) with a frontman called 'King Tim III'. It beat the more commonly known first rap
single by several months.
Nice, sounds like a relaxed recording session. I am interested in some
detail, did you recorded them all playing together ? (I'm guessing you
tracks had everyone in the same room, but most were the actual performance.
editing was limited. the live drums were for the most part (with one
or two exceptions) in my studio, but ALL were through my Scope system. I got
that 'analog warmth' thing down anyway.