10 Gadgets Halsey Burgund Can’t Live Without

From the software he uses to compose to the podcasts that inspire him, these tools help the Boston-based sound artist make music from everyday noises

(Halsey Burgund)

TapeOp ($35/year)

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Burgund regularly reads this monthly magazine for stories about how people approach audio recording, particularly its interviews with people in the field and reviews of equipment. A recent issue featured an article about Bruce Swedien, the man who engineered Michael Jackson's “Thriller.” TapeOp printed a copy of a thank you from Jackson to Swedien that said, "You are the best engineer in the whole world!”

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