Saturday is Dre Day - Pt 2: How Dre records vocals

Another, even more geek-friendly Dre interview HERE. He talks about how he records vocals. Every Dre vocal is recorded with a Sony C-800g (you can buy one for £4195 here, plugged into a Neve 1073 preamp, made in Cambridge, England. Ps: Here is a guy who's built his own Sony 800G clone at home. Unfortunately, he missed off the mad-looking cooling fins, and made it out of a bit of old pipe.

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goog old dr.dre! even if i'm a kid
i still think dr.dre is a legend. in both raping and recording! u rock dr.dre!!!!!
Er... I think you mean rapping?
The guy teaching Dre is Steve Lindsey who is the
owner of Blotter Music which is Mike Elizondos
publisher. He also is a produceer who worked with Leonard Cohen and Aaron Neville.
Great finding you T.W. and Dre's story!
However, if my music knowlegde is correct...didn't Dre sample David Axelrod's "The Edge" (Dre gave AXE CREDIT)HIS SMASH "NEXT EPISODE"? Also, he has done something like 25 different versions with "Snoop" and a few "explicits "cludes his videos also! Post and tell me if I know or am wrong.
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