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Drummer In Hot Tuna and the Drumm...


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And I got Justin Guip to ..., 12 Mar 2015 [cached]
And I got Justin Guip to engineer and mix it, and Larry Campbell to produce it.
Larry's partnership with Justin, who is also our drummer in Hot Tuna and the drummer on Hurry, is something, and so are Justin's Americana sensibilities - he just knows how to make stuff sound great. He did all those Levon [Helm] records too. [Guip played drums in the Levon Helm Band from 2004-2012, was production manager for Helm's Midnight Rambles, and served as senior recording/mix engineer at Levon Helm's Recording Studio in Woodstock, New York.
One of the things I noticed - and I was stringing guitars when I was doing this, not like I'd be listening in the old days where you just shut everybody up and did nothing but listen - but one of the cool things about the way Justin mixed this album is that there's this magnificent, transparent presence of all the instruments, no matter who's playing and where they are.
In terms of microphone placement, did you tell Justin and Larry where you want things placed, or…?
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Band Members, 28 Aug 2014 [cached]
JUSTIN GUIP is a three-time Grammy winning sound engineer who worked directly with The Levon Helm Band from 2004-2012. Justin sat in on drums with the Levon Helm Band while the legendary musician played mandolin, he served as production manager for Helm's Midnight Rambles and was senior recording/mix engineer at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, N.Y. Justin currently drums in The Midnight Ramble Band and in the Dirt Farmer Band.
Justin Guip
Meet The Staff, 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
Justin Guip Production Manager Chief Engineer - Home of the Midnight Ramble, 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
Justin Guip - Home of the Midnight Ramble
Justin Guip is a three-time Grammy winner who worked directly with Levon Helm from 2004-2012.
Justin sat in on drums with the Levon Helm Band while the legendary musician played mandolin, he served as production manager for Helm?s Midnight Rambles and was senior recording/mix engineer at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, N.Y.
Justin never missed a single Midnight Ramble at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock or a Ramble on the Road. And he was honored to sit alongside Levon as his double drummer - more often than any other musician.
Justin developed the signature sound of Helm?s two Grammy Award-winning records - 2007's "Dirt Farmer" and "Electric Dirt," which was released in 2009. Justin earned his third Grammy Award for mix engineering the live Levon Helm Band during a 2008 performance that was released on a 2011 CD - "Ramble at the Ryman."
Justin currently occupies the drummer's chair for two ensembles that grew out of the Midnight Ramble tradition - The Dirt Farmer Band and The Midnight Ramble Band. He also plays drums for the Amy Helm Band and appears on Amy's upcoming solo release, which he recorded and mixed.
As a sound engineer, Justin has worked with a who's who of the recording industry - My Morning Jacket, The Black Crowes, Hot Tuna and Jorma Kaukonen, Larry Campbell, Mavis Staples, The Gourds and Catherine Russell, among others.
Curt Smith, formerly of Tears for Fears, retained Justin to mix front of house sound during his solo project, "Mayflower."
Justin quickly expanded his reach by taking on management skills as director of operations at Sterling Sound, the premier music mastering facility. Justin worked on a daily basis for nearly a decade with engineering greats like George Marino, Ted Jensen, and Greg Calbi.
But it was late nights in a small, shared recording studio under the Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn where Justin embarked on his career, making great records.
"Steady As She Goes" was recorded ... [cached]
"Steady As She Goes" was recorded at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock in late 2010 and was produced by Larry Campbell and engineered by Justin Guip.
Guip is chief engineer at Levon Helm Studios. Campbell and Guip both worked on Helm's two recent Grammy-winning CDs, "Dirt Farmer" and "Electric Dirt."
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