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Masters of Sound: Industry Veteran Chuck Macak Talks About Sound and Music

Chuck Macak is a 30-year veteran of recording and producing music and has worked with such acts as White Lion, Fleshold, Cyclone Temple and Crowbar, as well as many young musicians who went on to form some of today’s top acts–Dan Donegan of Disturbed, Sean Glass and Tim King of Soil, and Josey Scott of Saliva. Chuck sat down with us to discuss the state of the business today and his love of pure sound.

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50 Years - 5 Songs - 50 Weeks:1976

Disco was beginning it's dominant run on the charts, but Monster Rock reigned supreme. So it came as no surprise when punk reared its angry head and shook its indignant fists at us all just a year later. 

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50 Years - 5 Songs - 50 Weeks: 1977

It was the year of punk music, a genre throwback to the earliest days of Rock & Roll that would change music permanently.

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50 Years - 5 Songs - 50 Weeks: 1980

Punk spit out New Wave so record labels could make some money and  with the help of ever-more powerful synthesizers the table was set for what the 80s would sound like.

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Live Aid - Twenty Most Memorable Performances

Live Aid is a tremendous window on the limits of the technology and the way music was presented and consumed. It’s also an interesting look at just how important – on a massive scale – popular music was in 1985.

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Deconstructing Bohemian Rhapsody

The soundstage for Bohemian Rhapsody varies from being quite simple and straight forward to terrifyingly complex, but let's try to deconstruct it anyway.

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