CHARBONNEAU: Guy Charbonneau – A Cruise Along the Inside Track

nagy-cruisealong-circlePassionate, authentic, unassuming and bearing a thick French-Canadian accent, Guy Charbonneau (pronounced ‘Gee’ and rhymes with ‘see’) is a pioneer in the sound recording industry. A native of Montreal, Canada, he went on to create the remote recording studio Le Mobile in 1977; a concept that had its roots in Filtroson, his first recording truck and in his high end audiophile store, Filtronique, a business that he owned and operated in Montreal in the late 1960s early 1970s.  

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Letters to a Young Musician: Finding Your Sound, Part One

How should you find your sound?

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Letters to a Young Musician: Finding Your Sound, Part Two

Without time here can be no song.

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The Secret World of Songs

Beata Palya’s voice hits you beneath the skin, seeps inside your stomach the way that a good wine might spread slowly, warmly, from your throat to your ribs.

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