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Radio1 Interview in Germany with
John Hiatt & Frauke Oppenberg
(July 29, 2011)
ByteFM Webradio - Urban Landmusik
with John Hiatt & Knut Benzner
(Aug 5, 2011)

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Nashville, TN (April 5, 2011)
John Hiatt is tracking his next album in Nashville with producer Kevin Shirley and an Endless Analog CLASP system. A multiple Grammy nominee, Hiatt’s career spans several decades, with songs such as "Thing Called Love," "Riding with the King," "Have a Little Faith in Me" and "Angel Eyes" to his credit. He is working with Shirley–Hiatt’s last few LPs have been completed without the help of a separate producer–at the studio space now owned by Ben Folds, previously known as RCA Studio A/Javelina Studios.



Endless Analog’s CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) system integrates analog tape machines into the digital audio production workflow. "Working with tape again just sounds so much better to me; it’s such an improvement over straight digital," noted Hiatt. "When we started tracking these songs, we were all blown away just hearing it again, because I haven’t cut to tape in several years. And we’re back using different kinds of tape and experimenting with different tape speeds to the MCI JH-24, just like the old days. It’s really thrilling. The tracks sound alive, and because we don’t have to change reels or rewind, the creative process is uninterrupted."

Hiatt appreciates the ways that CLASP improves upon the analog recording process. "The fact that you can run the 24-track and work in real time and do everything–punch-ins and all that stuff–is fantastic. We get warm, classic analog sound with all the editing and recording capabilities of the digital age. And we do not have to worry about changing tapes, because CLASP lets us use the same reel almost indefinitely. We’ve only used one reel so far, and we’ve cut 15 songs."

~News~ 31. May 2014

~News~ 24. Aug 2013

new Hiatt CD in July 2014!
called ~Terms Of My Surrender~ see more here

~News~ 02. Oct 2012

John Hiatt talks 'Mystic Pinball,' recording techniques here

~News~ 24. Jun 2012

Live photos from
European Tour... see here

~News~ 17. Dec 2011

DJAMH #8 in this year's Top Ten most played albums (Americana) here

~News~ 03. Dec 2011

John Hiatt-Old Grey Whistle Test 40-w/ Bob Harris

~News~ 24. Nov 2011

Warren Haynes presents: The Benefit Volume 4 w/ John Hiatt

~News~ 12. Aug 2011

Conversations with John Hiatt during his promo tour in London provided by UKmusiccity

~News~ 05. Aug 2011

John Hiatt promo at Rolling Stone Magazine Germany

~News~ 14. Jul 2011

The WordPodcast from Hiatt's Promo Tour in Europe (London). John joins David Hepworth to talk and sing songs from his new album.

~News~ 29. Jun 2011

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~News~ 23. Jun 2011

a bunch of demos added!
more here

~News~ 22. Mar 2011

Joe Bonamassa covers Tennessee Plates feat. John Hiatt (on his new CD Dust Bowl)

~News~ 10. Feb 2011

brand new song
No Wicked Grin, see here

~News~ 21. Jan 2010

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