Apr 11, 2022
Endino was at the epicentre of the grunge and alternative music
scene, recording and producing music from Nirvana, TAD,
Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees & more. Jack shares his
history working with the vinyl format, preserving master tapes and
continuing the legacy.
- Jack has a lot of music in his house
- What format is your preferred for casual listening?
- The difference in vinyl pressing in the 80s and now
- Are you surprised about the recent vinyl revival?
- Jack found Waterfront Nirvana Bleach in Chile
- Jack’s vinyl story on quality control incident
- Did you participate in the lacquer cutting process?
- Jack’s tour of a vinyl pressing plant
- Quick discuss on TMoQ bootleg records
- Difference in mastering for vinyl and digital
- Discussion of the remaster of Soundgarden Ultramega OK
- Riding balance of preserving original mix in a modern
- Discussion of the Volume Wars
- Communicating about the remaster to the record cutting
- Discussing receiving and reviewing vinyl test pressings
- Discussing the quality of coloured v black vinyl
- Remaster of Nirvana Bleach: What’s changed in the modern
remaster v the original?
- Managing the decaying of master and multitrack tapes
- Jack’s process of baking tapes
- Knowledge of master tapes destroying in the Universal Music
- Nirvana’s Inutero tapes
- Jack’s role in the Nirvana universe
- Nirvana recordings: what else is left?
- Inspecting Jack’s Waterfront Nirvana Bleach
- Vinyl: Set Myself On Fire
- More Vinyl: 10 Minute Warning
- More Vinyl: Krist Novoselic - Butterfly Launched from Spar
- More Vinyl: Sky Cries Mary
- Jack’s thoughts on the future of vinyl
- Has he ever considered throwing his vinyl away?
- Wrapping up the interview
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If you like records, just starting a collection or are an
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Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and