I'm a record producer/engineer/mixer, Tape Op Magazine founder and editor, Jackpot! Recording Studio owner, and archivist for Elliott Smith. I currently do a lot of mixing projects as well as production, tracking, etc.
Larry Crane is the editor and founder of Tape Op Magazine, owner of Portland's Jackpot! Recording Studio, a freelance engineer (sessions in Seattle, Tucson, Brooklyn, Sacramento, Montreal and New Orleans) and archivist for the Estate of Elliott Smith. Tape Op Magazine started in 1996, and has 45,000 readers in the US. From 1994 to 1997 he ran Laundry Rules Recording, a home studio in Portland, and recorded artists like Versus, Stephen Malkmus and Cat Power in a basement studio. Since 1997 he's owned and run Jackpot! Recording Studio, Inc., a busy studio in Portland, Oregon.
- 48 channel Rupert Neve Designs 5088 console
- 24- and 16-track 2" analog tape decks
- an MCI 1/4" 2-track mixdown deck
- Pro Tools HD2 Accel with 32 ins and 40 outs via Apogee converters
- a vintage EMT plate reverb