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Best Recordingstudio podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Recordingstudio podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.
 
Gear Club Podcast is hosted by engineer / producers John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr.) and Stewart Lerman (Patti Smith, St. Vincent). Each episode of the podcast features an interview with a key player in the audio industry, and also offers tips and guidance to the next generation of engineers and artists. The podcast is an informative, yet irreverent, look at the art of recording by leading practitioners of the art.
 
Lij Shaw Interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insights from the recording studio. So that you can take your recordings to the next level and become a rockstar of the recording studio yourself! - Guests: Vance Powell, Michael Beinhorn, Russell Wolff, Graham Cochrane, Joe Gilder, Björgvin Benediktsson, and many more...
 
This podcast is dedicated to making your next recording your best recording. Whether you are a professional recording or mixing engineer, a beginner at recording and mixing, or a home studio enthusiast, Kevin and his team of MixCoachers gives you tips, tricks, mindsets, and stories from his years of experience that will help you get the best home and studio recordings possible.
 
Storyophonic is a regular Music Industry podcast featuring conversations with leading-edge pros to inform, entertain, inspire and guide you to greater success – wherever you are in your career. Topics range from songwriting to recording to royalties and everywhere in between. Join us each week for tips and tales from deep inside the music industry! Our podcast host is Dan Kimpel. Each episode is produced and edited by Lindsay Tomasic of Datolite Music Ltd.
 
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 ...
 
thetoyboxstudioshow.com The Toy Box Studio Show with Lij Shaw brings you inside the recording studio for interviews with artists and bands to talk about making records and the business of music. This show will bring you inside The Toy Box Studio and share with you the stories of the bands that we work with.
 
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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My guest today is Jason Hall a recording and mix engineer based out of Nashville Tennessee best known for his work with producer Jay Joyce and artists such as Eric Church, Cage the Elephant, Coheed and Cambria, Derek Trucks, The Head and the Heart, Brothers Osborne, Brandy Clark, Halestorm, and Little Big Town. With a career spanning over 20 years,…
 
This episode is the second in our three-part series surrounding the Eventide H9000. In this episode, John and Stewart talk with Pete Bischoff, Tim Sternfeld and Don Elwell about how they got to Eventide, the projects they've worked on at Eventide and their own backgrounds in music and technology.By John Agnello & Stewart Lerman
 
A quick "inbetweenisode" about winter NAMM 2020. If you're going to be there, you need to hear this. Go to http://thesixfigurehomestudio.com/namm to join our NAMM Facebook community.
 
Are you stuck in a dead-end, draining, stressful job with bad hours that you just want to quit? Is the only thing stopping you from leaving that job to pursue audio the fact that you need the money? Chances are, it might be easier than you think to swim in a blue ocean instead of drowning in the red ocean. Listen now to find out four different ways…
 
Alex Oana, is the creator and co-founder of Audio Test Kitchen. Alex started out as a musician, became a recording engineer and producer, got into pro audio sales and marketing, and designs and develops products. In this episode, we discuss: Imposter Syndrome Science Experiments Spinach Exercise Motivation Failure Audio Test Kitchen Links and Show …
 
In 2018 Eventide’s flagship multi-effects processor, the H9000, received a TEC Award in the category of Signal Processing Hardware. Being such a powerful and innovative tool, we wanted to find out more about the work that went into its development, and get to know the people behind it. The staff at Eventide were kind enough to sit down with Stewart…
 
My guest today is Bill Cheney owner of Spectra 1964 originally Spectra Sonics makers of the famous 101 mic pres and sound of Stax Records in Memphis. Spectra Sonics made consoles for studios like Ardent in Memphis, The Record Plant in NYC, and Easy Eye Sound (Dan Auerbach’s studio here in Nashville) among others. You have heard Spectra Sonics recor…
 
Can you feel the rising tide? The world of online mixing is becoming more and more saturated with engineers who all do the same thing. Are you one of those engineers, drowning in the masses? Listen now to find out how you can set yourself apart from everyone else so you can be in a blue ocean by yourself rather than the red ocean filled with sharks…
 
WCA #264 with Justin Perkins - Diversification, Diet, Commercial Space Benefits, Keeping Clients Happy, Teaching Audio, Disengaging from Audio Forums, and Mastering Therapy. Justin Perkins is a mastering engineer located in Milwaukie, Wisconsin. In this episode, we discuss: Diversification Diet One gig leading to another Commercial space benefits K…
 
Three consecutive Grammy Awards for Best Score Soundtrack and three consecutive TEC awards for Best Film Sound Production: John Kurlander is a distinguished Balance engineer and Remixer whose career began working on Abbey Road, by the Beatles. Since then he’s worked on countless musical cast albums, orchestral recordings and films, including The Lo…
 
My guest today is Alex Oana, an engineer, producer originally from Minneapolis now living in Los Angeles. From his studios, in both locations, he has produced hundreds of records over 30 years and been the recipient of 11 Minnesota Music Awards. Alex is also the creator and co-founder with Ian Hlatky of Audio Test Kitchen, an online resource for se…
 
Have you been waiting for some magical moment to raise your rates? Maybe you think you need a Grammy before you’ll be able to charge more, but the reality is...you may be ready right NOW. Every day that you put this off is a day that you’re missing out on earning more, weeding out bad clients, and achieving a better work/life balance. It can be sca…
 
Jacob Sciba is a producer/engineer/mixer based out of Austin, Texas. In this episode, we discuss: Music Store Influence Microphone Obsession 99 Cent Pizzas Studying Business Low Overhead The IRS Fear of an Empty Calendar Game Planning Pre Production of life Mailbox Money Links and Show Notes: Music Pro Insurance: https://www.musicproinsurance.com/ …
 
My guest today is Harold LaRue a mastering engineer and audio educator based in Houston, Texas. Harold started out playing drums and running live sound in the 80’s and worked as a software developer and pro audio repair technician before meeting his wife, Elizabeth, an accomplished restaurateur; together, they built and operated several popular res…
 
You’ve hit a wall… You just aren’t getting enough clients… There’s only a small trickle of people coming through your door… Marketing sounds like a great idea, right? Think again! Marketing a subpar product will result in a subpar response. Even if you’re an amazing engineer, chances are there’s something you can improve in your business so you can…
 
Jordan Richter is a producer/engineer who, after 25 years of making records, has decided to move full time into coding. In this episode, we discuss: Nashville Portland Burnout Recording for joy Scarcity Being a business person Going broke Jackpot Studios Keep audio fresh Identity Links and Show Notes: Jordan's Site: http://www.therealjordanrichter.…
 
This is part two of our interview with the incomparable engineer and mixer Shelly Yakus. In this episode, Shelly offers advice on how to be a good assistant and talks about his own training underneath the likes of Roy Cicala and Phil Ramone. He also discusses recording to digital vs. analog, mixing methods, and building recording studios.…
 
My guests today are Jesse and Jonah Marks, the founders and curators of The Touch of Sound, a recording adventure and website dedicated to authentically capturing the sounds of the world. Anything from fish markets in Japan and Turkey to Sea Lions in the Galapagos Islands to the street musicians of Cuba will make it onto their website which include…
 
Most audio engineers are prone to having the personality of a technician. Cold, ego-filled, and always right, we have a reputation of being difficult to work with (“um, actually…”) To be a successful business-owner, technicians need to learn how to balance their personalities so the manager, entrepreneur, and technician can all co-exist with the ar…
 
Dave Gardner grew up in Pittsburgh, became an adult in Minneapolis, and lives in Northeast Los Angeles. He is the Chief Mastering Engineer at Infrasonic Los Angeles and a long time fan of loud sounds. His mastering and producing credits include Sun Ra, Rocket From the Crypt, Les Paul, Louis Armstrong, Germs, Portugal. The Man, Earl Hines, Bassnecta…
 
My guest today is Jarrad K, a Southern California raised, Nashville based songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist. He has worked with an eclectic slew of artists including Weezer, Goo Goo Dolls, Kate Nash, Ruston Kelly, Betty Who, The Brummies, Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes and Elohim. He also has toured with various artists such as Zak W…
 
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 doubt an…
 
She first came on the radar playing keyboards with the Arsenio Hall band. She’s since performed or recorded with artists from Carole King and Carlos Santana to Mariah Carey. As a composer, Starr Parodi’s illustrious credits span feature films, episodic television, concert works and solo piano artistry. Recently elected President of the Alliance for…
 
Ben Bernstein is a producer, engineer, and mixer based out of Oakland, California. This is Ben's second appearance since first appearing on WCA #055 ( https://bit.ly/2E2ND0o ). More on Ben : https://www.benbernsteinmusic.com/ In this episode we discuss: Live sound Diversification Getting credit The role of social media Saying yes Being prepared Liv…
 
My guest today is Steve Chadie who began his career as an intern at Willie Nelson's Pedernales recording studio in 1995, quickly working his way up to Assistant Engineer for Larry Greenhill. Upon Greenhill’s departure, he took on the position of Head Engineer, capitalizing on the learning opportunities presented while working alongside many produce…
 
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, dar…
 
Lenise Bent is an American audio engineer who has worked in both the music and film industry. She was one of a handful of women working in the Hollywood recording studio business in a technical role during the 1970s, and was the first woman to receive an RIAA Platinum album for her engineering of AutoAmerican by Blondie. In this episode we discuss:…
 
My guest today is Hamish Benjamin a Recording Engineer and Producer from England, as well as the host of a new very cool podcast called 'Somewhere Sound' where he interviews great producers and engineers. Hamish is also the youngest guest to be on Recording Studio Rockstars at the tender age of 21. He started his podcast less than a year ago yet he…
 
Shelly Yakus is a true living legend of music and recording. His mixing and engineering work has helped shape the sound of rock and pop music. With credits including Tom Petty, John Lennon, Patti Smith, U2, Van Morrison, The Band, Lou Reed, Stevie Nicks, Meatloaf, Madonna, the list goes on and on, and on. Shelly has an unrivaled work ethic and deep…
 
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 beginn…
 
Through a catalog of songs that are undeniably upbeat, songwriter and Rolling Stone’s Hot Producer of the Year Sam Hollander creates vibrant pop hits like Fitz and the Tantrums’ “HandClap” and eight songs for Panic! At the Disco’s Pray for the Wicked, with the #1 hit “High Hopes.” In conversation, he relates how as a member of the supportive SONA c…
 
Jason Livermore is a producer/engineer/drummer and co-owner of the Blasting Room Studios located in Fort Collins, Colorado. For more info on Jason visit: https://theblastingroom.com/ In this episode we discuss: Selling Beer Fort Collins Studio Ownership Partnerships Gear Debt Mentors Production Details Points Cross Fit Legalized marijuana 25 Years …
 
At this year’s AES Convention, Gear Club camped out in Studio A at the venerated Sear Sound in New York City for two great days of interviews with visiting engineers, producers, and artists. During this time, Kurt Vile stopped by to talk with the guys about his writing and recording process, meeting some of his musical heroes, his current projects,…
 
My guest today is Justin Francis a multi Grammy nominated Nashville engineer and mixer who I got turned on to from listening to mastering engineer Kim Rosen’s discography when preparing for her interview. Justin Mixes from his log cabin home studio in Ashland City, Tennessee. In just one week, clients can range from Andrea Bocelli to Alice Cooper, …
 
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 do al…
 
A video feature from our recent podcast with Christophe Beck and Dan Kimpel. Christophe is one of Hollywood’s foremost composers. Now, with the release of Frozen 2, Beck expands on the glacial Disney soundscape he devised for Elsa and her cohorts in the mega-hit Frozen. He is committed to expanding opportunities in the film music community through …
 
Music Expo San Francisco 2019 took place at the SAE institute in Emeryville, California on November 9th and 10th. It featured a wide array of panels and discussions. The Producers and Engineers panel was the Keynote panel held on the 10th. Enjoy. -Matt For more info on Music Expo: https://musicexpo.co/ In this episode we discuss: Producing Points S…
 
My guest today is Ryan Smith a mastering engineer at Sterling Sound. He has mastered records for a wide array of artists, including Greta Van Fleet, Elle King, and AC/DC. Ryan Smith began his journey in the world of audio when he moved to New York City in 1995. In the late 90’s he moved through various recording studio gigs and other “audio odd job…
 
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 gett…
 
Scott Evans is an engineer and mixer based in Oakland, California. This is Scott's second appearance on WCA. His first appearance was Episode #010 in 2015. We met at his studio for a great discussion and follow up to our first interview. For more info on Scott visit: http://antisleep.com/ In this episode we discuss: Quitting his day job Traveling t…
 
Canadian-born Los Angeles-based Christophe Beck is one of Hollywood’s foremost composers. Now, with the release of Frozen 2, Beck expands on the glacial Disney soundscape he devised for Elsa and her cohorts in the mega-hit Frozen. From the Hangover Trilogy to The Peanuts Movie, Christophe Beck explores a remarkable compositional range with powerful…
 
My guest today is Daniel Ford aka “Dr Ford”, 6 x Award Winning Producer and Mixer with music at #1 on iTunes, & the Billboard Top 20. Daniel has Studio C of the world-famous Sound Kitchen Studios here in Nashville and has been on the show with us before for episode RSR136 to talk share some great tips for vocal mixing. We also covered Daniels recor…
 
This week, John and Stewart sit down with Dan Korneff. Dan has spent the past few decades producing, recording and mixing some of the biggest names in new rock including Paramore, Pierce the Veil, Breaking Benjamin, Sleeping With Sirens, and My Chemical Romance. For the past eight years, he’s operated out of Sonic Debris, his 2000 square foot multi…
 
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 friends i…
 
Our music world was stunned by the recent passing of Grammy and Tec Award winning engineer and producer Ed Cherney. With credits that included the Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan, Ed was one of the greatest board masters of all time. His prodigious achievements were mirrored in his immense humor and loving heart. We thank E…
 
Steven Gillis is a drummer producer/engineer and mixer working out of Transient Sound, his studio in Chicago that he shares with studio partner Vijay Tellis-Nayak. For more info on Steven visit: https://www.transientsound.com/ In this episode we discuss: Chicago Winters Studio Partnerships Chuck Berry HVAC Systems SSL Myths The last studio he'll ev…
 
My guest today is Justin “Corky” Cortelyou a platinum selling Nashville producer, engineer, mixer who has worked with all sorts of great talent learning under greats like bluegrass legend Bil VornDick (working with Marty Robbins, Ralph Stanley, Alison Krauss) , mixing guru Chuck Ainlay (working with Dixie Chicks, Mark Knopfler, Miranda Lambert), an…
 
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 in b…
 
In feature films, documentaries and episodic television, the word “eclectic” only begins to describe music from composer Carl Thiel.For the new Netflix animated series, Seis Manos, Carl cross-pollinatesfolkloric Mexican influences, traditional Chinese instruments and retro Seventies sounds to accompany the story of three orphans raised in Mexico an…
 
Jonah Strauss made his first appearance on WCA #016. Since then he's been through some experiences that have changed his perspective and outlook. He's back with a new studio, new approach and primed to serve a community dear to his heart. For more info on Jonah visit: http://www.survivorsound.com/ In this episode we discuss: DIY attitude The Afterm…
 
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