Max Frank has interviewed long time Faith No More engineer Matt Wallace for Gear Gods.
Here is an excerpt:
Legends in the game, Faith No More have seen a serious resurgence in recent times, culminating in this year’s highlight release Sol Invictus. Of course, many of you are already familiar with the band, and if you’ve dug through the liner notes of their albums, you may also have come across the name Matt Wallace, who has been the band’s longtime recording, mixing, and at times even mastering engineer.
As the owner and proprietor of Studio Deluxe, Wallace has had quite a career in rock music, having worked with a wide variety of major label and independent names. Along with Faith No More, his belt includes notches by Deftones, Mushroomhead, 3 Doors Down, Train, Maroon 5, Andy Grammer, and many more.
We got a chance to check in with Wallace about the making of the new Faith No More album, and picked his brains about all things music technology, how to have a long career in recording, and more.
To read the entire interview go here.