Last week the team at @CascadeGuitars posted a great photo of U2‘s recording studio. It’s a second-floor view and shows how Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton situate each other and their gear during the recording process.
U2 Studio Photo
Starting from the drums and going clockwise: drums, piano, bass, vocals, synth, keyboards, and guitar. Did we miss anything?
U2’s New Album “Songs of Innocence”
U2‘s 13th studio album is titled “Songs of Innocence”. The long overdue album was originally intended to be a “companion” piece to their last studio album, No Line On the Horizon, which was released in 2009. At the time, Bono predicted that the “companion” record would be out by 2010. Hopefully, 2013 is a lucky year for U2’s 13th album.
U2’s recording setup twitter.com/cascadeguitars…
— Cascade Guitar Lab (@cascadeguitars) February 6, 2013
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