Doug Jackson has been producing multi-track recordings since the 1970s. The technique first made use of two hand-held cassette tape recorders—not hi-fi, but not bad for a kid. In the 1980s, Doug purchased his first four-track cassette recorder (and he'd like to have it back!). In the early 1990s, four-track recording gave way to eight-track recording and using MIDI sequencers to add additional virtual instrument tracks. The later 1990s brought digital audio recording with virtually unlimited tracks. At the turn of the century, this digital multi-tracking technology became very portable. All of Jackson's recordings are done digitally now.
Over the years, we've recorded demos for several bands. We've recorded other musical projects, too.
Contact us if you want some help recording a song or other performance.