I just watched this with my son. It was Illuminating. The movie chronicles the life of the Los Angeles studio that gave us so much of our recorded audio history. From Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, and Rick Springfield to Nirvana and Nine Inch Nails and a host of others too long to list. But it's relevance isn't restricted to the Rock/Punk scene. It asks questions that should be asked when something that has a serious impact on any art form comes on the scene. It uses, of all things, a Nive mixing board and two inch tape as a focus to shed light on the pitfalls of the direction that has been taken regarding the exclusive reliance on digital technology over a heart felt love of the music. I see it as potentially pivotal in the direction the future of recorded audio will take and I dearly hope the message is heard and taken to heart.
We caught it on VH1.
It should be seen.