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    Well-produced music to learn from...

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    This is my first post here...

    So, hi everyone! :-]


    I was listening to Blur's Think Tank last night and I think I learned some tricks just by listening to it from a production perspective. Another one is The Notwist's Neon Golden.

    I know about OK Computer, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Closer, and other godly ones....

    My question is... anyone know of any other very well-produced rock albums to learn from that haven't gotten the same praise as the legends?
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    Welcome to FP!

    One band that comes to mind is Tool. That's all I can think of right now.
    http://img19.photobucket.com/albums/...tmayhemsig.jpg
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    Welcome To FutureProducers.com

    i think Disturbed - the sickness cd is very well produced also alot of system of the down cds are also in my opinion.

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    Originally posted by Shovel
    Welcome to FP!

    One band that comes to mind is Tool. That's all I can think of right now.
    The last two tool albums are perhaps the best produced rock albums of all time. Click this link to learn how they were produced. Goto www.protools.com, and click on the "Users" tab. Scroll to the bottom and hit "Next Page" than click the link that says "archive". Than click the "Music" catagory. A frame will appear on the right. scroll down to where it says "Tool". Unfortunately you can't directly link to it because the website is all frames. There are also lots of other stories on there too.

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    Originally posted by Fumbling on Ecstasy

    There are also lots of other stories on there too.
    Indeed! Thanks for the info. I've visited digidesign's site but never got in that deep :-].

    I'm going to have to read up on Bjork, Herbie Hancock, and Underworld, too :-].

    Thanks for the warm welcome, all :-].

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    Originally posted by Potentio


    Indeed! Thanks for the info. I've visited digidesign's site but never got in that deep :-].

    I'm going to have to read up on Bjork, Herbie Hancock, and Underworld, too :-].

    Thanks for the warm welcome, all :-].
    Welcome!!! Glad to have you aboard.

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    Welcome.

    I would have to say that Default has the best produced albums. If you heard the crap they started with, you'd be shocked too.

    Same goes for the new album.
    Sorry we can't let you in.
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    Thanks FOE for the Tool link
    I know saying the words LINKIN PARK might cause a laugh (im not a fan) but nicly produced album (the first one) dunno about the new one.

    Prodigys fat of the land is very well made, older doobie brothers, steeley dan.
    Newer stuff like Disturbed (what cameleon said) good stuff.
    Nitin Sawney does great indian/brittish style stuff.

    Underworld, Orbital, Crystal Method, Thievery corporation.
    Pink floyd (not a fan tho) newer chemical brothers stuff.

    - Spice girls??! lol.

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    I think Seal and Sting both have well produced music.
    check them out if you are into that kind of music.

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    Originally posted by Fumbling on Ecstasy


    The last two tool albums are perhaps the best produced rock albums of all time. Click this link to learn how they were produced. Goto www.protools.com, and click on the "Users" tab. Scroll to the bottom and hit "Next Page" than click the link that says "archive". Than click the "Music" catagory. A frame will appear on the right. scroll down to where it says "Tool". Unfortunately you can't directly link to it because the website is all frames. There are also lots of other stories on there too.
    Interesting... I knew Bottrill was heavy into analog. Quite surprised learning that he also used ProTools.
    http://img19.photobucket.com/albums/...tmayhemsig.jpg
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