I love them, too. I just like the way Rick presents information about music. Whether it's deconstructing "what makes this song great" (maybe my favorite thing he does) or talking about gear and the way things have changed in the business. One of the best music-related channels on YouTube for my money's worth.I'm the furthest thing from a gear-head - whether it be in regards to my own instrument or the studio - but Rick Beato's videos are consistently engrossing. It's like how I barely cook but find cooking shows fascinating.
You could perhaps scan the article and upload it?It's ALL in november 2011 Rythmm magazine's 40th anniversary of 'Led Zeppelin IV", in which they interview the engineer the great&late Andy Johns about it,
He's quiet specific about exactly&precisely HOW he recorded the drums, WHERE he recorded them even down to microphones used&there placement&mentions the compression&echo devices,
Sadly it's no longer available from "Music Radar" (publishers of Rythmm magazine) in magazine form but only if you subscribe to there "digital" online subscription,
There's however a copy on Ebay UK,
I've got 2x copies&no i'm not selling them! .