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6 Figure Creative is a podcast that helps freelance creatives earn more money by doing what they love. If you’re trying to avoid the never-ending grind of a 9–5, or just want to earn more money doing what you do best (creating), 6 Figure Creative is your new favorite show! Join hosts Brian Hood and Chris Graham as they explore topics such as mental health, finances, sales, marketing, time management, the digital nomad lifestyle, and more.
 
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.
 
Peel back the glamour of the professional recording world. Guests from the world of audio for music, film, games, restoration, and more share their insights on how they made their journey, how they survive, their advice on the real things including wins, losses, working with other people, money, and career advice. Hosted by audio engineer Matt Boudreau. The Working Class Audio Podcast - Navigating the World of Recording with a working class perspective.
 
Keith Mills, founder of the Finish More Music system, reveals the creative strategies and mindsets he teaches to thousands of music producers so you can write more and better music, ready to release and share with the world. Discover workflow hacks to speed up your writing process, mindset approaches to overcome avoidance, procrastination and perfectionism, and compositional techniques to help you take your underground dance music productions to the next level.
 
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.
 
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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Today I'm joined by DJ, producer and multimedia artist Rashid Ajami. Now Rashid has been releasing music for well over a decade on the likes of Armada, Anjunadeep, Get Physical and Einmusika to name a few, but the road to releasing on these top labels was far from plain sailing… Like most producers, Rashid has had to deal with his own fair share of…
 
Today's guest is producer, engineer, mixer Chuck Zwicky, making a return appearance on WCA. Chuck has worked with Prince, Soul Asylum, The Rembrandts, Mandy Moore, and many others. In this episode, we discuss: Collaboration Social Media COVID Money Survival Analogies Prince Nostalgia AI Radio Flowers Next To Your Name 1000 Sheets of Paper Determini…
 
My guest today is Adam Krinsky a Mixer/Engineer in Minneapolis, MN. He owns and runs a studio in St. Paul, MN called Bellows. In his 15 years of music, he has been a Producer, Engineer, Mixer, FOH Mixer, Tour Manager, Manager, and Educator. Adam’s career started after graduating from the Institute of Production and Recording in Minneapolis. He was …
 
Freelance creatives are struggling to make a living. The competition is fierce and the job market is saturated with new talent every day. In this interview, Alex shares her story of going from a soul-sucking corporate job to Fiverr millionaire in just a few years. She also shares her advice for freelancers looking to get ahead in their creative car…
 
If you’ve been writing music for a while, chances are you’ve got a back catalogue of unfinished tracks that are laying to waste...Or rather than a back catalogue, perhaps it’s a graveyard of unfinished loops.Either way, when we’ve hit a wall with our music or we’re in need of some inspiration, it can be tempting to return to these tracks to get the…
 
Today's guest is producer, engineer, mixer, Tim Palmer known for his work with Pearl Jam, U2, Cutting Crew, Tears for Fears, and many more. This is Tim's second appearance on the show. In this episode, we discuss: Key to Repeat Clients Treating People Well Humanizing Revisions "Prodixing" (Producing + Mixing) Remote Clients Past vs. Present State o…
 
My guest today is William Bowser an audio engineer based out of La Plata Maryland. “I've been engineering for almost 20 years since 2002 where I started in the chorus room of Leonardtown High School, just myself, a microphone, and a tape recorder. From there for years I ran a home studio as an artist, producer, singer, songwriter, rapper, and engin…
 
You don't need to have all the answers. You don't need to map out every single step on your journey. Just take the next scary step. We're all guilty of this to some degree. We want to know every single detail and create a solution to every single potential problem that COULD come up. We put off creating, launching, growing, selling, marketing, or w…
 
Today I'm joined by Barry Jamieson and Dave Gardner, two incredible producers who over the years have quietly had a hand in some of dance music’s biggest tracks, and have a huge list of accolades to prove it...Barry, aka Mono Electric Orchestra, has worked closely with major artists such as Madonna, New Order, Thom Yorke and Depeche Mode, and was n…
 
My guest today is podcast engineer, content producer, and thought leader Tanner Campbell. In this episode, we discuss: Pound Puppies Holding Court IT Influence Podcasts Marijuana Legalization Colorado Podcast Audio Quality Imposter Syndrome Portland, Maine ATM Studio Joanne Fabrics Podcast Studio Corporate Clients Joan London Marketing Locally Qual…
 
My guest today is Julian Dreyer who grew up in a small artist community in the mountains of western North Carolina and after a 3 year stint as a sound engineer at a large music venue in Asheville, NC he became the staff assistant engineer at the newly built Echo Mountain Recording. He has worked there for the last 15 years and been the chief engine…
 
As creatives, we cringe at the thought of being too “salesy”. We tend to be so “allergic to sales” that we swing too far in the opposite direction and miss out on winning gigs that we would, could, and should have won. What if there was a way to get clients without having to resort to being that desperate, annoying person we all know and avoid? It’…
 
My guest today is producer/engineer/mixer, Steve Sykes. Steve has worked with Stanley Clark, Al Jarreau, Smokey Robinson, Enrique Iglesias, and many more. He talks to us from his studio in Los Angeles. In this episode, we discuss: Jazz in Philadelphia 10th-Grade Education Lunch in Denver Homelessness The Guys in the White Coats The Deli Accident Pa…
 
A good workman never blames his tools...or does he?Today we're going to be talking about the age old producer dilemma: should you switch DAWs? In fact, should you be making any major new purchases for your studio at all? As a music producer, it’s easy to get your sights set on a brand new piece of gear that will seemingly flick the switch for the q…
 
My guest today is Raag Sethi an award-nominated producer, bassist and guitarist from Ahmedabad, and also the founder of Compass Box Studio. He has been instrumental in promoting indie talent in Gujarat and India through the Compass Box Live Sessions on YouTube. Raag’s work has been featured in almost every major music publication in India. He has h…
 
Today is the final episode of our very special series in which we've been hearing about the journeys and lessons from the producers inside of the FMM community.Just like you, these producers have BIG ambitions - and here we get to learn how they’ve faced and overcome a variety of challenges to see the amazing results they are seeing today.In today’…
 
Most freelance creatives face one large problem: they need more clients. This is the same problem Anthony Craparotta faced when he launched Lyricvids.com. Anthony offered an amazing service, but struggled to fill his calendar with paid work. Instead of sitting around, relying on “hope marketing”, he took marketing into his own hands and started ema…
 
If you're a freelance creative who's been trying to earn a living from your passion, but feel stuck, unmotivated, or just don't see a clear path forward, this podcast is for you. In this episode, we talk about what to expect from the 6 Figure Creative Podcast moving forward, how it's different from The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast, and why it wil…
 
My guest today is Grammy and Emmy award-winning producer/engineer Cynthia Daniels. Cynthia has worked with an incredible amount of talented ed people from the worlds of music, Broadway, television, radio, and film. In this episode, we discuss: Stamford, Connecticut Early Influence of Audio Equipment Not The Chick on The Couch Al Grundy Institute of…
 
There’s an old saying that goes “the most precious resource we have is time”...But in reality, time isn’t the most precious resource we have - attention is.Because two people with the same amount of time will get wildly different results depending on where they focus their attention, and the quality of that attention. I see so many people using the…
 
My guest today is Justin Perkins a mastering engineer based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin who has worked on remastering projects for The Replacements, En Vogue, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and mastering projects for Michael Franti & Spearhead, Tommy Stinson, The Gaslight Anthem, Smoking Popes, Anberlin, Screeching Weasel, The Mr. T Experience, and thousands of ot…
 
We're continuing with our very special series in which we're hearing about the journeys and lessons from the producers inside the Finish More Music community.So today I’m joined by Imran (1MRN), who struggled to write any music for TEN years.But after starting to follow a proven creative process just two years ago, he’s completely revolutionized hi…
 
Today's guest is Grammy-winning producer, engineer, and mixer Collin Dupuis who has worked with many artists, including Lana Del Ray, Cage The Elephant, and the Black Keys. In this episode, we discuss: Growing up In Michigan Norman Druce Glenn Brown Productions Impedance The Learning Process Detroit, MI Nashville, TN Al Sutton Wiring and Tech Work …
 
If you’ve ever found writing music to be a real challenge, you’re not alone.Maybe you’ve been fighting hard to make progress for years, and it just isn’t happening for you...Maybe you keep going round in circles with the same old habits, wondering “why on earth do I keep doing this to myself?!”...Maybe the big question looms large in your mind…”Sho…
 
My guest today is Cason Cooley a writer, musician and producer who started music at a young age in Wichita, KS, often travelling across the country with his parents who were a part of the Grammy award-winning Southern Gospel group, The Cathedral Quartet. In 1997 Cason moved to Nashville to pursue music becoming a member of the Normals followed by f…
 
Today is the start of a very special series in which we're going to be hearing about the journeys and lessons from a number of our producers from the FMM community. And I'm super excited to share these journeys with you because they'll give you the opportunity to learn from producers just like you…Producers who have BIG ambitions, and who've wrestl…
 
Today's guest is producer, engineer, mixer, and assistant professor at Berklee school of music, Sean McLaughlin. Sean has worked with notable producers Andy Johns, Jimbo Barton, Carmen Rizzo, and artists Rush, Elliott Smith, Marilyn Manson, Death Row Records, and many others. This is Sean's second appearance on the show, with his first being on WCA…
 
An unavoidable part of being a creative is facing your demons: self doubt, perfectionism, worrying about what other people might think...I get it...these are things we all have to stare in the face.But one easy way people often try to avoid these feelings is to start copying other work.(And it’s something you might be doing right now without even r…
 
My guest today is Bob Horn a multi-platinum, Grammy award-winning mix engineer known for working with artists spanning many genres; R&B, Pop, Hip Hop, Rock, Adult Contemporary, and Jazz, as well as artists from countries around the globe including The U.S., Korea, Japan, Australia, Spain, Indonesia, Brazil, and China. Some of those artists include …
 
When you think of the best way to describe the world’s finest DJs and producers, what comes to mind?...Taste-maker?...Trend-setter?...Visionary perhaps? Only a handful of people can really claim to fit that description, but this week’s guest is all of the above…Because in the hot seat this week is Steve Bug - a pioneering DJ, producer and label own…
 
My guest today is GRAMMY-nominated mastering and restoration engineer, audio preservationist, and educator Jessica Thompson. Jessica originally appeared on WCA in episode #080, and I'm thrilled to have her back on the show to talk about backup strategies for audio, restoration, some gear talk, and changes in her new studio she is planning at her ho…
 
My guest today is Michael Brauer a multiple Grammy-winning New York mix engineer. His many credits include "Best Pop Vocal Album" for John Mayer's Continuum, "Best Alternative Album" for Coldplay's Parachutes, and also "Best Rock Album" for Coldplay's "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends". Other credits include The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, …
 
My guest today is live sound mixer, audio coach, and noise abatement consultant Peter Claes, who lives in Hasselt, Belgium. Peter has a great Youtube channel that I watch called Masterclaes (spelled with his last name in mind ) Master Claes, and I enjoy his approach to teaching and sharing knowledge. After connecting on Linkedin, we made arrangemen…
 
Unless you've spent years with your head in the clouds, you’ll know life is full of ups and downs...And as a music producer, you’ll understand this more than most.Whilst being creative has the tremendous power to light us up, the harsh truth is that it can also bring about negative thoughts and feelings, negative environments, and negative people. …
 
With a career spanning over 5 decades, Terry Manning is an accomplished audio engineer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, composer, and photographer. Terry got his start as a teenager in the legendary Memphis music scene at Stax Records and Ardent Studios. He has worked with the likes of Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Otis Redding, The Sta…
 
My guest today is Piper Payne a mastering engineer based out of Nashville, TN, where she works on albums for independent artists and major labels. In Spring of 2019 Piper joined the famed Infrasonic Mastering team, merging her successful Oakland studio, Neato Mastering, with the Nashville based company, owned by Pete Lyman. Piper is a Trustee of th…
 
My guest today is producer, engineer, mixer Val Garay. Val has had an incredible career working with Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Kenny Rogers, Ringo Starr, Bonnie Raitt, Neil Diamond, Dolly Parton, Pablo Cruise, Queensrÿche, Santana, and many others. Val has garnered 5 Grammy wins, over 100 gold and platinum records, an Emmy nomination, and over …
 
Today I’m talking to certified house legend, Harry Romero...Having helped define the sound of the legendary Subliminal Records before launching his own Bambossa imprint, Harry Romero is an undisputed heavyweight of house music.But even with a string of classic records to his name, Harry’s success lies not in his past achievements, but in his consta…
 
My guest today is Peter Deimel, recording engineer and owner of studio Black Box in the French countryside of the Anjou region, close to the Loire Valley. Peter is a native German living and working in France since 1993 having attended the Technische Universität to study acoustics, electronics and communication techniques. After school, Peter began…
 
When you think of your dream DJ set, where do you imagine it would take place?Huge festival stage? Sunrise in Ibiza? The deli counter at your local supermarket?Maybe not that last one, for most people...In this special episode of the Finish More Music podcast I’m talking to SUAT, a British DJ who took the internet by storm during the pandemic by sp…
 
If you’re serious about wanting to get your tracks played by your favourite DJs and raising your profile as a producer, there’s one thing that you need to be doing...Releasing.But if you’ve had any experience with submitting tracks to labels in the past, you’ll know the process is often fruitless and unforgiving...Dealing with rejection, the anxiet…
 
My guest today is engineer, former studio owner, author, and vintage gear dealer, Dan Alexander. Dan was a fixture of the Bay Area recording scene in San Francisco for many years. He ran the same studio space I did, the former Coast Recorders building on Mission Street in San Francisco as well as Coast on Harrison. He’s spent many years of his life…
 
To celebrate the release of my brand new ebook 50 Tips for Killer Techno Tracks, I’m sharing with you some of the very BEST advice my guests on this show have given for aspiring producers.Featuring tips from techno legends Dubfire and Alan Oldham, and rising stars Mha Iri, Habischman, and Roberto, this episode is packed full of knowledge bombs to h…
 
My guests today are Donald Mitchell and Peter Katis. Donald plays vocals, guitar, banjo with the band Darlingside who have just finished their newest record Fish Pond Fish and Peter is a producer and engineer at Tarquin Studios, a 7,000 square foot Victorian home in Bridgeport, Connecticut that has been transformed into a residence and recording st…
 
My guest today is musician, songwriter, author, and producer, Jack Rubinacci. Born in Rome, raised in the UK, and now residing in Norway. Jack has been through the music industry on both sides of the glass including recorded his debut release with Tchad Blake Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, he’s sold produced and mixed his own releases, he’s op…
 
For most producers, the quest to create original music is near impossible… Even trying to have your own sound is a whole other battle which many fight, and lose, every single day. But what if I told you there was a special method, in fact a whole new way of thinking, that could set off an avalanche of unique ideas? Well in this week’s podcast I’m g…
 
My guest today is F. Reid Shippen a multiple Grammy Award-winning mixer, engineer, and record producer, whose credits include 10 Grammy Award-winning albums and over 100 #1 singles and artists such as Ingrid Michaelson, Kenny Chesney, India. Arie, Cage the Elephant, Little Big Town, CeCe Winans, Steven Tyler, Colony House, Lucie Silvas, and Dierks …
 
As electronic music producers, the very art that we pursue brings with it a never ending abundance of options...Just think of all the steps it takes to write a piece of music... from conceiving the idea to composing it, producing it, engineering the track, and then finally shipping it out into the world.Then add all the plugins, hardware, samples, …
 
My guest today is producer, engineer, mixer Alex Crescioni. Alex is based in Los Angeles at his studio Stygian Sound, located in the legendary Sound City studio complex. He works with a wide variety of rock & metal bands on Nuclear Blast Records, Napalm Records, Wind-Up Records, Craft Recordings, Cleopatra Records, Metal Assault Records, Steamhamme…
 
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