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MusicTAP recently had the distinct pleasure of speaking with Bob Ludwig of Gateway Mastering . Bob graciously agreed to answer a set of questions formulated by myself and TAP writers, Greg Warner and Grey Cavitt . We hope that you'll enjoy the insight that Bob 's answers provide into the world of mastering and the role that it plays in delivering quality music.
And don’t forget to tell them to get at least five or six backing musicians on stage – that’s what all the really big bands do; that they need to write some tunes about chicks, for chrissake; that the drummer must play to the song – knock it off with all that, you know, “extra stuff.” And most of all, won’t somebody please tell these guys that groups that have been together for 38 years are supposed to suck? They’re not meant to have breakthroughs and keep getting better and better. Can't anybody send them the memo? But wait… hold on a second. If Rush decided to buckle down and behave, if they adhered to the standards and practices of Music 101, that would make them sound like practically every other band out there.