Rocksucker interview

Published on March 18th, 2013 | Jonny Abrams Rocksucker recently had the dual privilege of getting to both sit in on Tim Turan mastering an album and ask him a few questions afterwards, so we present to you our interview with the man himself. Topics of conversation included his approach to cutting records – sometimes entire back catalogues – for the likes of Madness, Thin Lizzy, Status Quo and Slade, his sideline as drummer of Oxford institution The Relationships, and both the science behind and downside of his remarkably acute hearing… Would you say you have a distinct mastering style, or does your approach differ depending on the artist and/or type of music you’re mastering? Every album is

An interview with Tim Turan

Tim Turan interviewed by Professor Martin Cloonan, University of Glasgow on 22nd July 2016: I think that you can facilitate stuff but as soon as you try and enforce some kind of dictatorial kind of thing, especially on musicians and you’re not one yourself, you’re going to get people like me rearing their ugly heads and going “Woah, woah, woah, whoah, whoah”. Let’s start with you and your own background. Can you tell me about how you got in to this and what your background as a musician is? My background as a musician is I was born and raised in London and I was really in to sound as a kid, just noise. I had very acute hearing when I was a kid, you know you have the medical at school and the

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