Glen Snoddy

Date: 1983 November 02
Length: 65 min.
Call Number: OHC275


Nashville radio and recording studio engineer. Born May 4, 1922. Career active 1950s-1960s. Career history includes work for Brown Radio Productions, WSM radio and television, Bradley Recording Studio, Columbia Records, Acuff-Rose, and Woodland Sound Studios.

Interview Summary

1983 November 2
(1 hour, 5 minutes)
Veteran Nashville recording engineer Glen Snoddy discusses developments in recording technologies, focusing on his experience at the Woodland Sound Studio. Discussion includes his move to Acuff-Rose and modernizing their recording facilities; his role in building the Woodland Studio; a description of the Woodland recording facilities; the Woodland staff; changes in Woodland’s recording technologies through the years; artists who have recorded at the Woodland Studio; and his experiences working on the album Will the Circle Be Unbroken.