T-Bone Burnett Blasts Changing Music Industry at 'Shaken, Rattled and Rolled' Party
'There's no reason why vinyl and analog recording can't make a comeback,' the Grammy- and Oscar-winning producer said at star-studded event Wednesday.
You could have been forgiven for thinking that good times had returned to the music industry at Wednesday night's "Shaken, Rattled and Rolled" party. Thrown by the Producers & Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy, and honoring T-Bone Burnett, the studios and control rooms of the Village Recorders on the west side of Los Angeles were filled with party-goers, who enjoyed the numerous open bars, passed Hors D'Oeuvres (including shrimp and scallops), sushi rolled to order, an elaborate chocolate tasting and demonstrations of high-end recording equipment (take that, Pro Tools!).
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