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AMERICAN MASTERS

Electric Lady Studios. Eddie Kramer Interview

  • Aired: 11/05/2013
  • 03:27
  • Rating: NR
Jimi Hendrix was one of the first musicians to build his own recording studio. Hendrix's sound engineer, Eddie Kramer, says Hendrix originally wanted to own a nightclub in the Greenwich Village space, but he convinced him to create a recording studio instead. Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios was a state-of-the art studio built by architect and acoustic designer John Storyk.
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Sound engineer Eddie Kramer describes how Jimi Hendrix's recording studio got started.
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