Musical Inventor Ed Potokar Interview on BBC

POTOKAR DISRUPTING WITH ANALOG AUDIO ART IN A DIGITAL AUDIO WORLD

Ed with Savannah Guthrie on Today
Ed with Savannah Guthrie on Today

Hear BBC segment on Georga Tech Margeret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition which highlights 2015’s winner of Most Unusual Instrument, Inventor Ed Potokar and his Magnetic Percussion Tower. Find Ed’s interview in the program at 49:15. Ed has had a profound influence on the records made at Michael Tudor’s studio, Mama’s Place Prod. First, with Ed’s Potofone line of ribbon microphones, there is a classic sound with modern design. They are unrivaled on guitar amps and drums. Second, with a one of a kind piece of musical art, a commission of a plate reverb, the PotoPlate is the magic glue that analog legends are made of. It is deserving of it’s own blog post and slide show. Some day to come…

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