Icehouse plumbs thousands of archived recordings for first live album
4 days ago - By The Current
“This is really easy to do,” sound engineer Ryan Mach remembers his colleague Alex Proctor telling him during training at Icehouse. “Over to your left here, press record on every single show.”
Since the Minneapolis venue opened in 2012, Icehouse engineers have captured thousands of hours of multi-tracked music recordings. At a minimum, Mach said, the recordings were available as a service to artists. “It was always just awesome to know,” he added, that “someday we can go back, look through the archives for whatever we want to do with all that music.”
Mach, who's also a drummer (Har Mar...
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