The Making of Dream Analog

It is with gratitude and happiness that I share this documentary film I’ve created
about making my analog record, Dream Analog.
When I decided to make an analog record I had no idea how long it would take or really what it would take to make it happen. I did have an idea of how good it could sound and the feeling it could have and that kept me going and to the finish line 4 years later in 2020. Since then I’ve been editing the film. It took a while… but I trust in perfect timing so it’s all good!
The footage was shot on the fly as we recorded, mixed and mastered the record, went on press while the jackets and sleeves were printed and were taken through the process of how records are made. There’s a lot to making an all analog record but definitely worth it.
There’s just something special about analog recordings and I made this film to help preserve the art and the machines that make it happen. I learned so much in making this record. I hope you enjoy the film and maybe even record something to tape yourself one day. All the best to you and thanks for checking out the film. Long Live Analog! Read More
Dream Analog 180g Vinyl, CD and Digital available at BandCamp

Recording – Thunderbird Studios
Mixing – Laughing Tiger Studios
Mastering – with Bernie Grundman at BG Mastering
Manufacturing – RTI (Record Technology, Inc.)
Printing the Old Style Jackets and Sleeves – Stoughton Printing
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Director | Producer | Editor | Music Supervison
Teri Hitt

The Making of Dream Analog

It is with gratitude and happiness that I share this documentary film I’ve created
about making my analog record, Dream Analog.
 
When I decided to make an analog record I had no idea how long it would take or really what it would take to make it happen. I did have an idea of how good it could sound and the feeling it could have and that kept me going and to the finish line 4 years later in 2020. Since then I’ve been editing the film. It took a while… but I trust in perfect timing so it’s all good!
The footage was shot on the fly as we recorded, mixed and mastered the record, went on press while the jackets and sleeves were printed and were taken through the process of how records are made. There’s a lot to making an all analog record but definitely worth it.
There’s just something special about analog recordings and I made this film to help preserve the art and the machines that make it happen. I learned so much in making this record. I hope you enjoy the film and maybe even record something to tape yourself one day. All the best to you and thanks for checking out the film. Long Live Analog! Read More
Buy a copy of Dream Analog 180g Vinyl, CD or Digital

Recording – Thunderbird Studios
Mixing – Laughing Tiger Studios
Mastering – with Bernie Grundman at BG Mastering
Manufacturing – RTI (Record Technology, Inc.)
Printing the Old Style Jackets and Sleeves – Stoughton Printing
_________________

Director | Producer | Editor | Music Supervison
Teri Hitt