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More musicians self-record

Do-it-yourself process offers greater artistic freedom

Richard Nolan Jr., left, Ryan Stewart on drums and Matt Ferguson get ready to rehearse in Nolan’s Schenectady living room, while Kamran Parwana, far right, operates the recording equipment and mixing board.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Richard Nolan Jr., left, Ryan Stewart on drums and Matt Ferguson get ready to rehearse in Nolan’s Schenectady living room, while Kamran Parwana, far right, operates the recording equipment and mixing board.
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In 2000, Saratoga Springs musician Michael Jerling decided to go independent. The blues and folk musician had been previously signed to two small record labels during the course of his three decade-plus career, and had recorded most of his albums at NRS Studios in Catskill. But beginning in 2000, Jerling began recording more at his home studio, using an Alesis Digital Audio Tape (ADAT) machine and a computer. His most recent albums, 2002’s “Little Movies” ...


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