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John Baccigaluppi

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Lance Jackman on The Hangar «, 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
I DIDN'T realize that both HECKLER and Enharmonik/the HANGAR was run out of the same building and by the same person, John Baccigaluppi, more street cred.
A couple years later a few friends and I started a new band, eightfourseven, and when it came time to record an EP we knew where we wanted to go, Enharmonik. Sadly we found out that Enharmonik had "closed" but John had started a new studio…… the HANGAR…… the same room………with the same gear, so we booked it, which leads me to my first HANGAR memory.
For our second record, "THE MAN" himself, John Baccigaluppi wanted to record us, and to 2 tape as well. We started the record in the small control room across from the stage. The studio made a transformation in the middle of our recording and we finished it in the big brand new control room, which was formally just a dark scary room with a beat up mini ramp in it. Yup, the same one Chino from the deftones was skating on in the "7 Words" video. A couple other things stand out in my mind about these sessions. One day while recording a song, John comes out of the control room and asks nonchalantly, "hey, do you guys mind if John Doe comes by?"……………."um no!!! I thought to myself. Sure enough a couple hours later John Doe from "X" walks in while we are doing drum takes. That was my first glimpse into who you might see at the HANGAR. The last thing that stands out is John wanted a verse in one of our songs to sound weird so he had me learn the whole verse backwards with the idea to flip the tape backwards record the verse backwards and then flip it back. so I spent days and nights listening and learning the verse backwards. When it came time to record it, he didn't like the idea anymore.
I started by calling John at the HANGAR to see if he needed an intern and he didn't need one at the time and it seemed that none of the studios in town needed one either but that was ok because I really just wanted to work at the HANGAR.
Let me just wrap this up while two of you are still awake by saying that none of this, HECKLER, Tape Op, Enharmonik, the HANGAR would have worked as well as it all has without John Baccigaluppi at the helm. Over the past few years I have gotten to know John a lot better, while either working at Tape Op or in the studio, or just out surfing in Bolinas. Without getting too sappy, John, with Tape Op, and the HANGAR has single handedly made it possible for me to learn how to be an engineer and follow my dream. He is one of those rare people that seems to take pride in helping and watching people succeed. So many musicians, engineers, producers and once musical tinkerers have gotten their start at the HANGAR and still continue to work there for the last remaining days. John's never moved backwards so I'm excited for what's just beyond the horizon and grateful that I can be a part of it.
John Baccigaluppi: ..., 17 July 2013 [cached]
John Baccigaluppi: Publisher/Design/Photography/Advertising Sales
We generally never need interns but if you really want to do some menial office work, contact John at the Sacramento office.
Sure, send one copy each to Larry and John:
John Baccigaluppi P.O. Box 160995 Sacramento, CA 95816-0995
John Baccigaluppi and Larry became partners late 1999.
Larry primarily is the editor and John the publisher, though they confer on most issues and John has input as to content.
John ..., 7 Nov 2012 [cached]
John Baccigaluppi Tape Op Magazine > Tape Log
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Avid Press Room, 18 Nov 2011 [cached]
Russ Long at Pro Audio Review and John Baccigaluppi at Tape Op both checked out a Pro Tools HD|Native system with an HD OMNI interface and they agreed - HD Native is a rock-solid solution who's time has come.
Tape Op publisher John Baccigaluppi simply took the HD system out of a room at his Sacramento studio, The Hanger, plugged the HD Native card in, and continued right along with his packed work schedule. By placing it in such a critical setting, John drove it hard and came away solidly impressed. "Over the span of a few months, all of our regular clients mentioned that the HD Native system is much faster than our old TDM system," wrote Baccigaluppi. "Also, not a single client ever mentioned that latency was an issue for tracking, overdubbing, or mixing on the new HD Native rig, with the typical headphone monitor mix being created in the internal Pro Tools mixer... For me, HD Native is a big step up from our older HD TDM system and was a much more affordable purchase. I think for a lot of music recordists and working studios, Pro Tools|HD Native will more than meet their needs and expectations - for years to come."
Many thanks to Russ and John for giving HD Native such a critical look, and be sure to read the full reviews on the Pro Sound Network and
Written by John ..., 12 July 2013 [cached]
Written by John Baccigaluppi, Larry Crane on March 15, 2006
Plus my partner in crime, John Baccigaluppi, is an avid skateboarder (checkoutthe1/4pipeinhisstudio!) and used to be part of Heckler Magazine, a great read for skating, snowboarding and music. There's always been a connection with skateboarding, art and music - check it out.
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