On May 6th, we had a celebrity of sorts grace the walls of JBRecording with some smooth low-end silky goodness. Joe Plowman, from Philadelphia, was flown in to cut some upright on a few tunes off Tera Johnson's upcoming album Home, currently in production here.
Got some great sounds with the Royer R122 on the f-hole and the Neumann U87 right at the bridge in Omni. Ran the mics into the Universal Audio 4710d, and the direct signal from the pickup went into the Grace m101. Very happy with the results; a warm and cozy sound ideally suited for the record.
Thanks to Joe for a solid performance and we look forward to having him back in-studio soon.