"Jon Bare is an interesting and quite informative dude. I always learn something from him. He writes something -- I can't wait to read it!"   --   Chet McCracken, drummer - the Doobie Brothers.
"I've had the pleasure of working with Jon for several years, over which time his contributions to Recording magazine have consistently been among the very most popular with our readers. Jon has a unique, lucid, and entertaining way of imparting his considerable knowledge. I always look forward to getting his articles in. Plus the dude shreds."   --   Nick Batzdorf, Editor - Recording magazine
--  List of Articles by Jon Bare --

  1)  Fade Out:  Pay-To-Play                                    
  2)  Jon Bare / Killer Whales Interview                  
  3)  How To Record A Great Album                          
  4)  How To Mix A Great Album                              
  5)  Marketing A Great Album                                  
  6)  Starting A Great Record Company                  
  7)  Mackie 24.4 Mixer Review                              
  8)  Otari DAT Review              
  9)  Rolls/Bellari Tube DI & Mic Pre Review            
10)  Roland VG-8 Guitar Controller Review              
11)  Ensoniq DP/4+ and DP/2 Review                      
12)  Using Effects Effectively                                      
13)  Yamaha RM-800 Mixer Review                          
14)  Oscilloscopes  
15)  Distributing A Great Album              
16)  10 Things To Avoid At Your Next Live Recording
17)  Digitech Studio Quad Effects Review  
18)  A.R.T Effects Network Review        
19)  Publicizing A Great Album                  
20)  Digitech Studio 400 Effects Review    
21)  Recording The Guitar / Carl Verheyen Interview
22)  Building A Great Studio                
23)  Producing a Great Song    
24)  Guitar Problems & Solutions        
25)  Making The Great Rock Video          
26)  Manufacturing a Great CD              
27)  Line 6 Ax212 Review        
28)  Walter Trout interview                  
29)  Getting Great Radio Airplay            
30)  The Great CD Demo            
31)  Caring For and Feeding The Great Tape Deck  
32)  Building The Great Guitar Splitter                      
33)  Building The Great Fuzz Box                          
34)  Recording The Great Horn Section                
35)  Making The Great Mistake                            
36)  Building The Great Phase Phlogger                  
37)  Building The Great Robot                              
38)  Mastering The Great Album
39)  Fade Out: Wherein Lies Success?
40)  Recording a Live Band in the Studio
41)  Making More Great Mistakes
42)  Recording Great Drums (The Hard Way)
43)  Killing The Buzz...
44)  Fade Out: It's Like the Sixties All Over Again
45)  Transferring Great Drums (The Hard Way)
46)  Miking Electric Guitars
47)  Recording The Steel Guitar
48)  Grounding The Great Amp
49)  Recording The Great Snare Drum
50)  Recording The Great Jam Session
51)  Recording The Great Vocal
52)  Recording The Not-So-Grand Piano
53)  Humidity In The Studio
54)  Tonal Variations When Recording Guitar
55)  The In's and Out's Of Distribution
56)  How I Record Drums
57)  Rescuing The Worst Kick Drum Ever
58)  Making Great Guitar Tone
59)  When Insects Eat Your Studio
60)  Getting Live Sounds in the Studio
61)  Going Wireless in the Studio
62)  Recording Drums in the Studio

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"An excellent engineer, who is an excellent guitarist in his own right, equals a great sounding CD. Being a guitarist, that's the formula I wanted for my CDís.... that's why I had Jon engineer my CDís."   --   Rich Harper - Rich Harper Blues Band