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Psych legends King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard mixed their third album for the year at Newmarket. “It’s amazing how much quality material they can pump out!” said Callum Barter. Band all-rounder Stu McKenzie was behind the desk in charge of the final balance. He pulled off a nice blend using the Fairchilds for some parallel compression, and the tasty EMT Plate, all nicely saturated with the Otari ¼-inch two-track before heading off to mastering.

Sydney band Little May were in the studio to record a couple of killer songs. Brisbane engineer Magoo came down to capture some big drum sounds with minimal mics and Robert Munios was in the producer’s seat. Muinos was back in with Natalie Long to record a single, this

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