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Alan Parsons is a British audio engineer, musician, and record producer and has a net worth of $30 million. Alan Parsons earned his net worth as a musician and producer. After showing early promise as a musician, learning piano, guitar and flute as a child, he began to take to the role of listener instead of the player. The musician studied piano and flute as a child and was always intrigued by gadgetry. At the age 18, he went to act as an assistant engineer at Abbey Road Studios. The musician was assistant engineer on “Let It Be” and the outstanding “Abbey Road” record. His decision to enter into creation resulted in immediate accomplishment.
Alan Parsons Net Worth $30 Million Dollars
The musician clocked up several hits with Pilot, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, John Miles, and Al Stewart. The musician found a very real need for management and company guidance. The musician produced three albums by Pilot, a Scottish pop rock group consisting of Ian Bairnson on guitar, Stuart Tosh on drums, and David Paton on lead vocals, guitars, and on bass guitar. The musician started The Alan Parsons Project with producer and songwriter Eric Woolfson. In addition to receiving gold and platinum awards from many countries, the musician has received ten Grammy Award nominations for engineering and creation. In 2005, he appeared at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, to blend front of house sound for Southern California-based Pink Floyd tribute band. In 2010, he released his single “All Our Yesterdays” through Authentik Artists. In 2011 it was announced that he was creating and producing a new group known as the Subclones. Alan Parsons was born on December 20th, 1948.
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|1||I started in a research lab for TV cameras, then I worked at a tape duplication facility. That was the first introduction for me to recorded music and hi-fi.|
|2||In Russia we had to have special visas in our passports, and when we had to show our passports at the Kremlin gates, we realized that, Oh my God, we're actually playing in THE Kremlin!|
|3||The Sicilian Defense album was never released and never will be if I have anything to do with it. I have not heard it since it was finished. I hope the tapes no longer exist.|
|4||Any effects created before 1975 were done with either tape or echo chambers or some kind of acoustic treatment. No magic black boxes!|
|5||The Dark Side of the Moon is a fine album with a textural and conceptual richness that not only invites, but demands involvement. There is a certain grandeur.|
|6||Folk rock was my real roots. I did a few gigs as a folk artist, in the style of Fairport Convention.|
|7||That Beatle euphoria has always been there, and it's hard to be in a room with a Beatle and try to be totally natural. You never shake that off.|
|8||The Dark Side of the Moon has flash - the true flash that comes from the excellence of a superb performance.|
|9||I'm delighted about the track's success in the sports world, but the frustrating thing is, I don't think I got rich on it. The labels and publishers did very cheap deals on our songs.|
|10||Immediately after the Floyd experience, I became a pop record producer.|
|11||I was 17 and just learning what high fidelity was, what good sound was, and learning the mechanics of tape machines. It was a real education, going right from the consumer end to the record factory.|
|12||In France, you can sell a lot, but nobody outside of France ever hears of it.|
|13||I had the honor of speaking with Asimov. The album ended up being something not directly related to Asimov, but related instead to the concept of the power of robotics.|
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