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Recapturing a classic sound

All-analog recording studio in Medford reprises discipline, quality of golden age

Alex Garcia-Rivera Alex Garcia-Rivera's studio in Medford runs exclusively on vintage analog equipment, unlike most modern studios with digital capability. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Tripp Underwood
Globe Correspondent / January 1, 2010

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MEDFORD - Tucked away in the basement of an unassuming house here is one of the world’s few remaining all-analog commercial recording studios. The equipment in Alex Garcia-Rivera’s studio is all vintage - from the late 1960s through mid-’70s, a period considered the golden age of recording. (Full article: 1041 words)

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