How Do You Make An Analog Record?

This documentary is the story of making an analog record, the way records used to be made… recorded to tape and mixed on analog equipment. Includes a great interview with legendary engineer Bernie Grundman detailing some of the mastering process and how his studio is designed, footage of the Album Jacket on press at Stoughton Printing, and a walk-through of the vinyl record making process at Record Technology, Inc. *Bonus – An EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) was discovered in the audio when editing the Stoughton Printing chapter in the film.

Long Live Analog!

Recorded on a Tascam M-16 reel-to-reel tape machine
Mixed at Laughing Tiger Studio
Mastered for vinyl at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Jackets and sleeves printed at Stoughton Printing
Records manufactured at RTI, Record Technology, Inc.  *Additional Information


Director | Producer | Editor | Music Supervisor
Teri Hitt

Awarded Best Documentary
Maryland International Film Festival 2023

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Currently showing in Private Screenings.


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Teri Hitt

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