Things have to contact to create a sound or vibration. That’s as important to me as having to touch each instrument to play it. In turn, a needle has to be on the record, the machine head having to connect with the cassette. It’s hugely relevant. I like the thought of people experiencing the music via these means.
Located in Portland, Maine, Prism Analog is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit recording studio producing music entirely in the “Analog Domain”— we record and mix down to tape. This was the process by which all music was produced from the late 1950s into the 1990s. Today, studio recording is over 99% computer-based.