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Best Musicproduction podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Musicproduction podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Join SonicScoop's Justin Colletti and guests to explore best practices for running a creative business in audio, music and other creative fields. From tips and tutorials on music production and audio engineering, to business masterclasses, interviews with heavy hitting producers, engineers, researchers, journalists, creative entrepreneurs and more, the weekly SonicScoop podcast is unlike any other.
 
Do you have a passion for producing, recording, mixing, or mastering music? Do you want to quit your day job so you can focus on your studio full time? Most us are simply musicians who fell into this because of our passion for creating art in the form of better music, better mixes, and better recordings. Very few of us went to business school, have any sort of formal business training, or have experience running businesses in the past. Throughout The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast, Brian Hoo ...
 
Backstage Journal Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by musician and YouTuber Rhett Shull. Each episode features a different guest and focuses on open discussion ranging from life as a working musician to starting and growing your own YouTube channel to turning your creative passion into your full time career.
 
Many many mysteries shall remain. SOME shall be dispelled!! My name is Jamie Lidell and I'm gonna delve into the heady magic of creating music in a modern studio, probe the depths of production, get tech crazy with mixing tricks, studio skills and equipment. I'll be joined by fellow musicians, engineers and all-round audiophiles who kindly share their tips, stories and ingenious insight from the bizarre world of music production. I shall answer questions and seek knowledge from other music m ...
 
An exploration of music production through informal discussions about technique, philosophy, gear, and creativity. Hosted by Brian Funk, a musician, songwriter, teacher, and Ableton Certified Trainer.
 
Backstage Journal Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by musician and YouTuber Rhett Shull. Each episode features a different guest and focuses on open discussion ranging from life as a working musician to starting and growing your own YouTube channel to turning your creative passion into your full time career.
 
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The Solemn Podcast
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The Solemn Podcast is all about bringing you insights from amazing people, thriving in their respective industries. Musicians, producers, YouTubers, pro gamers... Nothing is off-limits as long as we bring you knowledge about booming or soon-to-be-booming niches and industries.
 
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BassGorilla.com
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We interview famous music producers to learn how to make dubstep, drum and bass, glitch hop, neurohop and all other forms of delicious bass music. The producers reveal their secret techniques to get incredible sounds and write original material.
 
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Anatomy
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We interview exceptional creators, de-constructing how they work, create and grow. Listen as elite musicians, actors, comedians and more share their secrets, tips and experiences, and, as a result, give you meaningful take aways which provide a greater understanding of their chosen field, the artist, and help you progress with your own endeavours.
 
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Stuff From the Vault
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Hosted by George Louvis, Stuff From the Vault is a podcast that gives you inside information on the music business, the recording process, gems of information about records you love and "inside the studio" stories of some great known and unknown recordings. Occasionally we will also explore some great pop culture stories from the 60's, 70's and 80's. You can listen here, or watch on our website - www.stufffromthevault.com
 
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Anatomy
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We interview exceptional creators, de-constructing how they work, create and grow. Listen as elite musicians, actors, comedians and more share their secrets, tips and experiences, and, as a result, give you meaningful take aways which provide a greater understanding of their chosen field, the artist, and help you progress with your own endeavours.
 
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Game of Themes
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Video Games, Game Soundtracks, Game Music, Game Audio, Video Game Audio, Music Production
 
A record label built for the now with a dream is to fill this world with amazing music with fair and transparent conditions. We want to show you how to do it, whenever you are on this planet. As the world around us is changing so is the music industry – the way we listen, relate to, create and collect music is not as it used to be. And technology today is so good and affordable that basically anyone can be the next big thing. Our philosophy is to bring out the best in you, wherever you are i ...
 
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After The Session
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After The Session is a podcast for artists, recording engineers, mix engineers, music producers and enthusiasts alike. Featuring a new guest on each episode, we explore the valuable time "after the session" has ended, in which we discuss recording studio history, our favorite tools, our methods, what inspires us and the art of making records. Hosted by Christian Cummings.
 
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When your business hits a plateau and your income has stagnated (or worse, decreased) it can be a stressful, terrifying time. Let’s fix that – find out 5 reasons for plateaus in your business, and how you can solve the problem so you can continue growing your business! In this episode you’ll discover: How a plateau in your business can add doub ...…
 
My son always reminds me that New Zealand is 8000 miles from Nashville. That number is etched in my head now but What could it MEAN? Surely being surrounded by that lush and splendid setting growing up must have a huge impact on ones sonic sense? I feel a ramble coming on! Yep we meander-chat about the wind, pavlova (important beef. Not beef Pa ...…
 
Is getting a sub for your studio worth it? There's a right and a wrong reason to get a sub. Justin Colletti gives you a framework for figuring out if you would benefit from adding a sub to your room, or if it will just make everything worse. Thanks to Soundtoys, Eventide and Mixing Breakthroughs for sponsoring this episode.…
 
Like it or not, artificial intelligence and machine learning is changing the music industry. It could threaten jobs and eliminate the need for humans in the music making process. So what can we do? Double down on our humanity. After a few episode with people using AI and machine learning in the music industry, I have some thoughts on what we ca ...…
 
Like it or not, artificial intelligence and machine learning is changing the music industry. It could threaten jobs and eliminate the need for humans in the music making process. So what can we do? Double down on our humanity. After a few episode with people using AI and machine learning in the music industry, I have some thoughts on what we ca ...…
 
My wife Tilly and I sit down to wrap up season 1 of the Backstage Journal Podcast by looking back on the last 20 episodes, rambling about random topics and answering a few listener submitted questions.By Rhett Shull
 
My wife Tilly and I sit down to wrap up season 1 of the Backstage Journal Podcast by looking back on the last 20 episodes, rambling about random topics and answering a few listener submitted questions.By Rhett Shull
 
You hustle and grind–day in and day out… You work so much that you often forget to eat, or worse, your meals consist of potato chips and soda. But you’re busy, right?#hustle #GaryV #RiseAndGrind That’s just how life is, right? Wrong… By neglecting yourself you are digging a hole… deeper and deeper and deeper. Before long, you’re in such a deep, ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Today's show is all about gratitude. We talk about how being thankful for what we have and feeling satisfied in decisions we make can help us make better music and live better lives. The conversation is based on a few books and mediations I've come across recently, as well as some real life experiences that have affected the ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Today's show is all about gratitude. We talk about how being thankful for what we have and feeling satisfied in decisions we make can help us make better music and live better lives. The conversation is based on a few books and mediations I've come across recently, as well as some real life experiences that have affected the ...…
 
Get the FREE Music Pre-Production Checklist here: https://sonicscoop.com/checklist/ Pre-production is arguably the most important part of the record making process. It's also the most neglected. Justin Colletti give you the strategies you need to succeed in any type of music release. Thanks to Soundtoys, Eventide and Mixing Breakthroughs for sp ...…
 
I sit down with Rick Beato and discuss the past 6 years working together, how the music industry has changed and how YouTube has changed how we make a living as musicians. We also discuss what it takes to get into music professionally today.By Rhett Shull
 
I sit down with Rick Beato and discuss the past 6 years working together, how the music industry has changed and how YouTube has changed how we make a living as musicians. We also discuss what it takes to get into music professionally today.By Rhett Shull
 
In 2012, I had my first absolute nightmare client when it came to revision requests. I was mixing 5 songs for a band, and it turned into one of the worst projects of my life. I had entered Revision Hell. Here's what that project looked like: 7 Total versions of each song before final masters were sent (40 individual files sent to client from be ...…
 
Welcome Rodaidh McDonald We met through our mutual pal Bobby Krlic (my guest on EP33) and got a brief chat in. I realized quickly that he’d working on the Sampha record that I really love called Process and I had so many questions. We get into that and oodles more in this face to face hang at Rodaidh’s brand new house in LA. He had literally ju ...…
 
Jonathan Bailey is Izotope's Chief Technology Officer. Izotope is known for their high quality audio plug-ins that make use of cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and plug-in that communicate. Jonathan and I had a great conversation about the technology behind Izotope's plug-ins, as well as the company's overall vision and ...…
 
Jonathan Bailey is Izotope's Chief Technology Officer. Izotope is known for their high quality audio plug-ins that make use of cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and plug-in that communicate. Jonathan and I had a great conversation about the technology behind Izotope's plug-ins, as well as the company's overall vision and ...…
 
► Sign up to learn the Top 5 Habits of Truly Great Mixers here: https://sonicscoop.com/MixHabits How do you get the low end to sit right in your recordings and mixes? Justin Colletti has answers. Join him for this deep dive into the bottom end of record production in this, episode 47 of the SonicScoop Podcast. Don't forget to sign up for the fr ...…
 
Dave Onorato is a good friend of mine, and the most knowledgeable person I've ever met when it comes to any and all things guitar related. He has taught me so much over the years and in this episode we talk about how he got into music, why he loves Atlanta and why tube amps may become a thing of the past sooner than you think. Follow Dave on In ...…
 
Dave Onorato is a good friend of mine, and the most knowledgeable person I've ever met when it comes to any and all things guitar related. He has taught me so much over the years and in this episode we talk about how he got into music, why he loves Atlanta and why tube amps may become a thing of the past sooner than you think. Follow Dave on In ...…
 
As an audio engineer, you probably think in a very specific way… Along the lines of “this is what I do, and this is how I do it.” But what if a client expected you to do a little something different from your regular routine? That’s what happened to Brandon Rike, a merch designer turned creative director when Twenty One Pilots expected him to d ...…
 
Kristoffer Lislegaard is an electronic musician, producer, and sound artist from Norway, and one half of the duo, Sgrow. Sgrow's music contains beautiful soundscapes, beats, and vocals. They've just released a new album called Circumstance II. It was great to talk with Kristoffer again. He has some really helpful ideas on completing music, work ...…
 
Kristoffer Lislegaard is an electronic musician, producer, and sound artist from Norway, and one half of the duo, Sgrow. Sgrow's music contains beautiful soundscapes, beats, and vocals. They've just released a new album called Circumstance II. It was great to talk with Kristoffer again. He has some really helpful ideas on completing music, work ...…
 
In this episode of the SonicScoop Podcast, Justin Colletti gives some key principles on how to approach the prospect of "working for free" in the studio and audio world. Whether its "spec work" or the unpaid studio internship, or sample work, there are ways to make real progress, and ways to be sure to waste your time. Thanks to Gear Club, Soun ...…
 
In this episode we record from the van on the way to a run of 4 shows opening for Dwight Yoakam. We talk about working in a creative relationship with our spouses and each other, as well as what its like being in a band with family...then things go off the rails.By Rhett Shull
 
In this episode we record from the van on the way to a run of 4 shows opening for Dwight Yoakam. We talk about working in a creative relationship with our spouses and each other, as well as what its like being in a band with family...then things go off the rails.By Rhett Shull
 
Are you sick and tired of chasing leads to get more work? Do you come across songs you worked on a year ago only to see it has 5 million streams… and you weren’t credited? For some, passive referrals are a huge potential source of leads… Are you one of the many audio entrepreneurs missing out on tons of potential clients? Find out how to start ...…
 
The noise annoys Where would we be without John Peel ? In a time of noise we need selectors! Yeah man. We can all agree on something right? I chat with DJ VJ Label boss Zen Cyber punker Future surfer Matt Black He’s seen a lot. A LOT From making hit records in the UK (One that sat at the number 1 spot for weeks), to remixing Legends like Eric B ...…
 
Paul Zgordan works for Mubert, a company that develops tools for making music created by artificial intelligence. Mubert creates algorithmically generated music using samples uploaded by users. Mubert's generative music is targeted towards businesses that need music for their products (apps, spas, video games). Paul and I discuss Mubert in deta ...…
 
Paul Zgordan works for Mubert, a company that develops tools for making music created by artificial intelligence. Mubert creates algorithmically generated music using samples uploaded by users. Mubert's generative music is targeted towards businesses that need music for their products (apps, spas, video games). Paul and I discuss Mubert in deta ...…
 
Build your own home studio for under $5,000 here: http://bit.ly/winyourwishlist-sonicscoop Can you build a professional quality studio for just $5,000? This week, Justin Colletti offers some strategies and principles for doing just that. Along there way, he also gives some sound advice for making the most of any budget—whether you have $500 to ...…
 
Hazel Savage is the CEO and co-founder of Musiio, a company that uses artificial intelligence to automatically analyze and tag music to make it more discoverable. Hazel is a life-long musician and music technologist, working for companies like Shazaam, Pandora, and Universal. Hazel and I talked at length about Musiio and its potential to influe ...…
 
Hazel Savage is the CEO and co-founder of Musiio, a company that uses artificial intelligence to automatically analyze and tag music to make it more discoverable. Hazel is a life-long musician and music technologist, working for companies like Shazaam, Pandora, and Universal. Hazel and I talked at length about Musiio and its potential to influe ...…
 
Seth Mosley’s audio career can be considered “successful” in every sense of the word. His accolades include a Grammy Award, 25 number one singles, Producer Of The Year from Billboard Magazine, as well as Songwriter of the Year Awards from SESAC and The GMA Dove Awards. Listen to this week’s episode to find out how Seth went from recording frien ...…
 
David Marston and Phil Celeste are musicians, producers, and long-time collaborators who just finished a new track called "Airwaves." Phil (aka Life on Planets) and David have managed to make their partnership work over barriers of time and distance, and have had successful releases both together and separately. Phil, David, and I had a nice co ...…
 
David Marston and Phil Celeste are musicians, producers, and long-time collaborators who just finished a new track called "Airwaves." Phil (aka Life on Planets) and David have managed to make their partnership work over barriers of time and distance, and have had successful releases both together and separately. Phil, David, and I had a nice co ...…
 
Justin Colletti gives you his master list of the very best places to learn audio and music production. And #1 might not be what you expect. Thanks to Gear Club, Soundtoys and Focusrite for sponsoring this episode.By SonicScoop
 
I get questions about gear all the time, so this week we're doing a Q&A episode answering your gear questions!By Rhett Shull
 
I get questions about gear all the time, so this week we're doing a Q&A episode answering your gear questions!By Rhett Shull
 
Do you struggle with remembering the lessons you learned from books, videos, and lectures in the past year? What about the last few months, or even days? What good is self-education if you can’t actually recall what you learn? Ready to find a better learning method that really does work? Find out how you can retain more of the content you take ...…
 
Richard and I go waaaay back. Yep, we were touring America together back in 2002 and that was the first time I met him. tWas a warp records tour with Mark Bell (RIP), Nightmares on wax, Prefuse 73, Luke Vibert and other nutters! He was the guy fixing everyone’s laptops on the bus I recall. We were all busy getting wasted and he was onto somethi ...…
 
Julie Covello, aka DJ Shakey, is a DJ, producer, performer, and founder of Warper Party. It's hard to overstate how important Julie's role in the shaping of live electronic music has been. Warper Party is a monthly live electronic music event that has been running since 2005. So much of what modern live electronic music has become has roots in ...…
 
Julie Covello, aka DJ Shakey, is a DJ, producer, performer, and founder of Warper Party. It's hard to overstate how important Julie's role in the shaping of live electronic music has been. Warper Party is a monthly live electronic music event that has been running since 2005. So much of what modern live electronic music has become has roots in ...…
 
Almost every producer, engineer and musician struggles in being able to hear compression at first—sometimes for many years. Justin Colletti offers a fool-proof strategy for really learning to hear these sometimes subtle differences. It involves limiting variables, and doing a little bit of focused listening. If you do the exercises in this podc ...…
 
Its been a few weeks since a podcast has gone up, and in that time quite a bit has happened. My YouTube channel hit 100K subscribers and I completed the biggest tour of my career to date. In this week's episode I sit down with my wife Tilly and discuss what all this means.By Rhett Shull
 
Its been a few weeks since a podcast has gone up, and in that time quite a bit has happened. My YouTube channel hit 100K subscribers and I completed the biggest tour of my career to date. In this week's episode I sit down with my wife Tilly and discuss what all this means.By Rhett Shull
 
Have you struggled with having a steady stream of incoming leads for your studio? You’ve thought about starting a podcast… but failed to take action because “it’s just so over-saturated already.” Wrong. The industry is just getting started. If you can jump on this content bandwagon now, you’ll be setting your business up for success in your nic ...…
 
Justin Colletti answers a common question: Is it better to put your EQ before or after your compressor? Then, he dives into some tips and principles for using EQ sidechains and multiband compressors. Thanks to Focusrite, Soundtoys and Eventide for sponsoring this podcast. For much, much more on using compression, try Justin's full length course ...…
 
While this used to be the Solemn Tones podcast, it's time to re-frame, re-brand and re-invent.
 
Most audio engineers think of themselves as the hero who can solve all of a band’s problems. The “all-knowing mighty source of knowledge” to the lowly pleb musician. If that’s you, you’re doing it wrong. By positioning yourself as the hero of the story, you’re sabotaging your own marketing efforts. As a producer/engineer/whatever, you’re better ...…
 
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