The debut album for Calling Cadence is a truly authentic full-analog recording. The instruments are performed and vocals are sung, in many instances at the same time—live! Recording analog was a conscience decision based upon the caliber of musicianship present on this record, as well as the studio being a full analog facility. Recorded on 2” magnetic tape through a Studer A827 tape machine, mixed analog through a 1972 API console, a collection of outboard gear and effects, and mixed down to ¼” magnetic tape on an Ampex ATR 102 tape machine. The ¼” reels were then taken to acclaimed mastering engineer, Kevin Gray, who cut the lacquer from the original master tape. For the ultimate experience of this music, pick up the vinyl. It is unlike any you have ever heard in contemporary music.