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Film Review: Sound City
Film Review: Sound City
01/25/13 at 09:03 AM by Jonathan Bautts
Sound City was a popular Los Angeles recording studio that rose to prominence in the 70s, sagged a bit in the 80s and went on to enjoy a resurgence in the mid-90s. It was a trashy building that no one was particularly fond of, but inside featured one of the premiere Neve soundboards in the world, which is where the real magic happened. The studio closed in 2011 due to financial difficulties, but thankfully Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl decided to buy the board for his home studio and make a documentary about its storied legacy.

The beginning portion of Sound City focuses on its early roots, those running the studio and the first artists to record there. Fun fact: the board originally cost $75,000, a boatload of money at the time and twice as much as the owner...[read more]
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11:15 AM on 01/25/13
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Great review. Excited to see this.

For anyone interested, Marc Maron had Grohl on a recent WTF podcast discussing the film.
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