Best Recording Studio podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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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! - Vance Powell, Michael Beinhorn, Russell Wolff, Graham Cochrane, Joe Gilder, Björgvin Benediktsson.
 
The Project Studio Network Podcast is dedicated to the both the amateur and professional recording musician. It features news, talk interviews and reviews on all topics related to the performing and recording of audio and video.
 
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 ...
 
A podcast about all things audio!
 
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After The Session
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AFTER THE SESSION is a conversational podcast geared for Recording Engineers, Mix Engineers, Music Producers, Artists, Musicians and really attractive individuals.
 
A loser talking to other losers
 
Recording studio and podcast in New York's Hudson Valley. Where being curious about music and sound is our full-time job. Join a rotating cast of musicians, audio engineers and more, plus your ever-curious host and studio owner, Dave, as they discuss a wide range of topics — always the most interesting, usually the least obvious. It's accessible to everyone, from audio nerds to casual music fans. New episode the first Thursday of every month.
 
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Inside MusiCast
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Taking you inside the music, one interview at a time. This is Inside MusiCast. We interview the great session musicians, producers, writers and engineers that are the talent behind the talent in the music indistry. We dedicate our podcast to them and to you - the music enthusiasts who need to go beyond the liner notes.
 
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AudioNowcast
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Audio professionals talking about the industry.
 
Pancake Studio Podcast with Musicians in NYC
 
Make Better Music | Sell More Music
 
An exploration of music production through informal discussions about technique, philosophy, gear, and creativity. Hosted by Brian Funk, aka AfroDJMac, a musician, songwriter, teacher, and Ableton Certified Trainer.
 
Working Class Audio (WCA) delves into the world behind recording professionals and goes way beyond the typical “What was it like to work with” or “What is the best eq to use on a kick drum” style questions typical of most interviews. WCA gets up close and personal with audio professionals and asks the questions no one else asks. Business practices, mistakes, failures, equipment choices, financial advice, work life balance, workflow, and family life are topics that are all on the table. WCA i ...
 
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Home Studio Corner
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Tips, Tricks, and Advice for the Home Recording Studio Owner
 
Music Technology discussions - from the inside. With regular contributions from musicians, producers, software developers, journalists and other industry people. Sonicstate.com editor Nick Batt is joined by others for the latest news and trends in technology that affects the creation and distribution of music - and a few tasty stories from the studio too. Video is streamed live every Wednesday at 4pm UK time (sonicstate.com/live), Audio version published Every Thursday.
 
Weekly discussions of how to build your own gear for the recording studio.
 
Recording and Pro Audio: Behind the Scenes Interviews, Recording Studio Tours and Music Production Tips. Hosted by Ronan Chris Murphy
 
Les Sondiers est une émission dédiée à l'audionumérique, la MAO, et les techniques du son en général. L'émission est diffusée tous les 2èmes et derniers dimanches de chaque mois. Plus d'informations sur http://www.lessondiers.com.
 
Shows focus on helping people create professional quality music, podcasts, audio-for-video, etc. from their home recording studio. The best sound for the least cost. Our tutorials are easy for anyone to understand.
 
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VOX Talk
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VOX Talk is your connection to the voice industry covering news about voice-overs and voice actors, hot tips on how to grow your voice-over business, technology, and Q&A with the experts at Voices.com.
 
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Mix Lessons Online
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Teaching home studio owners how to mix music. Learn to mix and master your home recordings!
 
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Tape Notes
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In The Woods presents TAPE NOTES, a new podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early ...
 
Under The Influence gives you a rare backstage pass into the hallways, boardrooms and recording studios of the ad industry.Join host and adman Terry O’Reilly for fascinating stories that connect the dots between pop culture, marketing and human nature.
 
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As The Story Grows
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Finding the humanity in an industry full of monsters.
 
The VibeCast was Kevin Pike's original podcast about indie music and music sites on the web. Now it is his Look What I Made podcast, focusing on home studio recording and DIY music.
 
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Sessions With Slau
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Slau takes you behind the scenes at BeSharp, a recording studio in New York City. Listen to excerpts from sessions, gear reviews and equipment shootouts.
 
MakingARecord.netMaking A Record is a irreverently humorous podcast about all things music lifestyle (the good, the bad and the ugly) in form of conversations ranging from Artists, Musicians and anyone involved in the art of creation. Hosted by Producer, Audio Engineer & Musician, Jordie Guzman. Follow us on Twitter @MARecordPod @jordieguzLike us on Facebook ---> https://www.facebook.com/MakingARecord/
 
Bringing real men's perspectives; unfiltered, unapologetic. Recorded live in the Living Podcariously studio in World Famous Cocoa Beach, FL. Hosted by Adam, Tach, Jay and Andrea Joy!
 
Discussion of recording and music out of Chartreuse Muffin Studio.
 
A podcast produced by Vancouver band Said The Whale. Each episode explores a different song from the band's 2017 release "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide" as well as featuring discussions with peers in the Canadian music scene such as Max Kerman (Arkells), Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club), Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and more.
 
Hey Leute,ich bin Manuel Borges (27) und Produzent aus München-Deutschland.In meinem Podcast geht es um Musik. Vor allem aber um die Aufnahme, das Mischen und das Produzieren von Musik. Ich freu mich auf eure Fragen!instagram: @manuelborgesmusicfacebook: @manuelborgesmusictwitter: @manuelborges89Manu
 
Music discussion for musicians by Stacy Bearden, professional musician and owner of BeardensMusic.com.
 
KEXP's Song of the Day podcast features exclusive in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent musicians that KEXP thinks listeners should hear along with songs from more well-known artists. 628142
 
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mixcoachpodcast
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Tips on running your own studio
 
A 15min podcast about Postproduction Techniques for Live Music Recordings.It will give an overview about the different steps of postproduction of live recordings. To underline and point out the single steps and techniques, appropriate audio samples will be given.
 
The Shadow Scape Podcast is a journey into the lives of the many individual creatives that make up the DNA of the music industry. From record executives to street buskers, our objective is to highlight and explore the many facets of this ever-changing ecosystem. Hosted and produced by Corey Martin and Sean Lea of Shadow Scape Records.
 
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Salt Lamp Sound
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Get to know the artists I'm working with at my studio. Hear their songs and the stories behind them!
 
Every week the VideoGamer.com team get together in a studio and record their stream of consciousness and discuss all the latest news and the games they've been playing.For more original gaming content, visit http://www.videogamer.com.
 
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MKai Audio Podcast
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The MKai Audio Podcast talks about all the techniques, skills and gear you need to make great home recordings. Listen to different topics every week on the topic of Recording, Editing, Mixing. I test out some of the tried and tested recording methods, explain different core techniques and even have the odd Interview. Find out all the details at www.mkaiaudiopodcast.tk and follow me on twitter (@mkaiaudio) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/mkaiaudio).
 
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Zeta Global Radio
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Recording Studio, Record Label
 
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STORYOPHONIC
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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.
 
Arm Chair Opinions || Back Yard Philosophy Bringing you the latest in combat sports and more, The Knock Off Podcast is recorded at the Village Green Studios.
 
Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: www.additudemag.com/webinars/
 
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Concentricity FM
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Concentricity FM is a weekly conversational podcast hosted by Andrew Collins and Karl Magnuson. From the recording studios of the Iron Maiden in the heart of the nation's capital, Andrew and Karl riff on the topics, events, people, books, movies, and music that make life interesting.
 
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MKai Audio Blog
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This is the RSS feed of everything happening on MKaiAudio.tk. Enjoy
 
Audio and Video blog
 
Life's a circus and this is "The Circus Life". Host Justin Trawick, a DC area songwriter, along with sound engineer Sean Russell record this weekly podcast live from the world renowned Cue Recording Studios in Falls Church, VA, only minutes from Washington DC. Interviews, stories, and live performances by local, regional, and national acts. Find more information at www.thecircuslife.com.
 
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The Hooray Show
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Welcome to The Hooray Show, with Horatio Sanz, recorded weekly from Echo Park, California. Each week, Horatio and his producer Chad Krueger invite you in to Bro Bro Studios to listen in on some friendly conversations with friends, comedians and special guests. Break out the tissues, because we bring out the issues. Improv, Sketch and Music interweave their way through the episodes each week after the record button is pressed, and you never know where the conversation will lead.
 
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Maor talked about mastering for international clients, getting the tones and levels just right, and working with Sylvia Massey, William Shatner, Billy Sherwood, Mike Clink, and Ben Grosse. My guest today is Maor Appelbaum a mastering engineer and musician for major international acts such as: Faith No More, Yes, Walter Trout, Eric Gales, Meatlo ...…
 
The Jungle team talk about their encounters with celebrities. They go on to talk about how the music festival culture is changing the way music is produced and digested. The team goes in a little deeper talking about if rappers should be like their athlete superstar counterparts who do not shut up and dribble but instead tackle social issues he ...…
 
Wessel talked about the importance of setting up your studio just right, how the human ear works, and shared his special multi bus mixing setup to help you mix with fewer plugins, all from his new book Mixing With Impact. My guest today is Wessel Oltheten, mixing and mastering engineer with a very diverse clientele, from big selling pop acts to ...…
 
This week episode features The $hoots Collective. The Jungle audio engineers talk about their favorite plugins, SLATE DIGITAL VS ACUSTICA-AUDIO VS WAVES. They also talk about a time when they felt like they wanted to quit audio engineering. 20 Gramz and stepChild join the podcast to discuss how to be a successful rap artist and the key to longe ...…
 
Michael talked about building recording studios around the world from Mutt Lange to Blackbird Studios to your home studio wherever you are. My guest today is Michael Cronin who has never once had a hit record or for that matter even recorded one himself, but nevertheless has played an important role in the creation of hundreds of millions of re ...…
 
Today is a special episode where Ksenia took over hosting duties and prepared the questions! House and Cruz talk about who the oldest rappers are, and how old rappers rapping like they're young sounds awkward. Cruz goes in depth about how you need to have trust with your mixing engineer, and shares how for the first time in 16 years, he trusts ...…
 
John talked about recording the Dead Kennedys, Joe Satriani, Thomas Dolby, and One Mic (the minimalist recording series) My guest today is John Cuniberti, and engineer who started at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco recording punk, metal, and alternative bands like The Dead Kennedys, Flipper, Forbidden, Xentrix and Crome. John received both ...…
 
Each of the Jungle's engineers choose their best polished rappers. House chooses Drake, Ksenia picks Lil Dicky and Cruz decides on Cardi B. They also explore what it takes to be a polished rapper and how to achieve it. Practice, practice, practice. You can easily save money if you practice and polish your raps before coming to the studio. House ...…
 
Ted talked about game audio, and getting great drum, bass, guitars, and vocals in the studio while balancing family life. My guest today is Ted Skolits an audio engineer and music producer here in Nashville, TN, who has studied under Grammy winning Mastering Engineer Bob Katz, Roger Nichols and college professor Raul Valery. He cut his teeth wo ...…
 
House & Ksenia break down if Drake's Scorpion Format (Full Album plus many more tracks) or the 7 Ye Theory (EPs) is better to release in order to garner the most attention as a new recording artist. Future recently dropped Beast Mode 2, and he went on a twitter rant about how he deserves recognition for fathering the new generation of rappers. ...…
 
Ross talked about finding perfect mic placement, creating wider guitars & powerful drums, the importance of spiritual growth in creativity, and much much more... My guest today is Ross Hogarth a Multiple Grammy winning producer, engineer, and mixer with a long and varied list of credits in musical styles from blues, to reggae, to heavy metal, a ...…
 
Best Buy started to phase out sales of CDs starting July 1st, 2018. Does this mark the end of CDs as profitable merch for independent artists? Is duplicating CDs still a worthy investment? Drake - Scorpion album caused a bit of a stir on spotify with it's users. They were annoyed with the amount of promo material on the app to celebrate Scorpio ...…
 
Recording Bon Jovi, getting voice and guitar just right, upright bass, mixing with Neutron, and recording guitar amps. My guest today is Steve Dawson, a multiple Juno award-winning musician, with over 80 projects into his career producing award-winning recordings for such artists as Kelly Joe Phelps, Jim Byrnes, Old Man Luedecke, The Deep Dark ...…
 
House and Ksenia reveal their theories on if Childish Gambino really stole "This Is America" from ATL rapper Jase Harley. Did Donald Glover steal, bite or was he just inspired? They predict the next wave in Hip Hop now that it is the number 1 consumed music genre in USA! It even beat out rock! Check out what they have to say about what instrume ...…
 
We talked about Frank Zappa, Tom Dowd, The Hells Angels, Elliot Scheiner, and recording the biggest rock concerts of the day among many other stories. My guest today is David Hewitt, who designed and built the legendary Record Plant mobile recording studio, the “Black Truck” in 1978 and formed Remote Recording Services in 1979 for independent E ...…
 
Derek Talked about using Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, and Celemony Melodyne fpr pop production, building live loops for performing, Justin Timberlake vocal production secrets, and nailing the low end in your programmed drums. My guest today is Derek Olds, an Instructor at The Los Angeles Film & Recording School in Hollywood. He is heavily involve ...…
 
Ryan talked about not losing the edge in your music that makes it awesome, recording vocals and acoustic instruments, mixing, and lessons learned from Rick Rubin. My guest today is Ryan Hewitt, a grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer with a credit list spanning all popular genres of music for artists like The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Av ...…
 
We talked about studio construction, getting great drums, guitar, and horn sounds, and how to build your production career. My guest today is Chris Harden, A Chicago based producer, engineer, and mixer and guitar player, and partner at IV Lab Studios. Getting his start as assistant engineer on the Grammy nominated Plain White T’s single “Hey Th ...…
 
We talked about studio construction, live stage recording technique, and the power of mixing templates. My guest today is Russ Long, a multi talented producer, engineer, mixer, teacher, and author who engineered the hits “Kiss Me” and “There She Goes” by Sixpence None The Richer. He also recorded and/or mixed albums by Wilco, Newsboys, Over the ...…
 
Nick talked about recording awesome drums, and guitars capturing a performance, and how to comp the best vocals. My guest today is Nick Worley a musician, engineer, who grew up in Nashville around recording studios. His father Paul was a session guitarist, producer and studio owner. He built a one-car garage in East Nashville into a tiny home s ...…
 
Mitch talked about song writing, producing Americana, and recording acoustic instruments for fantastic sounds! My guest today is Mitch Dane, a Grammy winning engineer, and producer with over 25 years of making great records with singer songwriters, roots rock, bluegrass/ Americana, and Alt Country artists. He shares an incredible studio with Va ...…
 
Andrew Talked about mixing hit records with only a laptop and headphones, and great ways to use your plugins for creating powerful drums, awesome guitars, and spot on vocals. My guest today is Andrew Scheps, a multi Grammy award winning engineer, producer, and mixer. He has worked with a wide array of great artists from Stevie Wonder, to Michae ...…
 
Eric talks about producing pop punk with local bands, getting killer sounds for drums, bass, and guitars, and how to grow your local studio business through Youtube. My guest today is Eric Taft, a producer, engineer, and multi-talented musician working from the Buzzlounge Studio outside of Baltimore MD. Eric works alongside Matt Squire with art ...…
 
We talked about pushing creativity beyond the edge, creating 3d space around your mix, capturing incredible vocals, and lots more! My guest today is Shawn Èverett, a Juno and Grammy winning Canadian producer, engineer, and mixer living and working in Los Angeles. Shawn has a long discography of really cool sounding records! He has worked with m ...…
 
We talked about Snoop Dog, Ronnie King, DJ BattleCat, Tupac, mixing with the LCR rule of three, recording & mixing great vocalists, and how to run your studio business. 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 studied under west coast legends Ron ...…
 
Rob talks about getting great acoustic guitar sounds for Elliot Smith, recording Beck Loser, and much more! My guest today is Rob Schnapf, a producer making critically-acclaimed records for the past two decades. He first gained recognition by producing (with his then-partner Tom Rothrock) Beck's debut album, "Mellow Gold," including the breakth ...…
 
When list-making mania leads to a bucket-list experience. My conversation with renowned audio engineer Don Zientara (Inner Ear Studio, Fugazi, Bad Brains) after I spent a weekend recording North Carolina band the Paranoid Style at Inner Ear Studio in Arlington, VA. We discuss what it's like to work at unfamiliar studios, how it feels to hand ov ...…
 
EveAnna talked about growing Manley Labs from a small business into a major company, explained tubes and why they sound great, and shared encouraging advice for getting perfect results even if you make mistakes along the way. My guest today is EveAnna Manley, CEO and sole owner of Manley Laboratories, makers of hi end audio gear. Inspired by he ...…
 
How to write songs in Nashville with artists from around the world, produce records that are successful once they leave the studio, and create and grow your own record label. My guest today is Femke Weidema, a musician, producer, songwriter, and composer for film and TV. A Dutch native starting out at Berklee College Of Music, she has also spen ...…
 
A session guitar player with The Nashville Cats, recording with Tom Dowd at Criteria Studios, the difference between a Nashville vs Muscle Shoals recording session, and much more! My guest today is Mac Gayden considered a musician’s musician for his intricate playing. He started playing guitar in Nashville as a teenager in the 1960s and quickly ...…
 
Johnnie talks about recording bluegrass with Steve Martin, getting an old school analog sound in your DAW, and using software guitar simulators, plus lots more. My guest today is Johnnie Truesdale, a Grammy winning engineer, producer, mastering engineer, and audio teacher. He has experience working with both analog, and digital, and is going to ...…
 
We talked about recording power pop in a small home studio space, getting big lush vocals, great drums sounds, and composing for film. My guest today is Andy Reed, a fantastic power pop songwriter, musician, engineer, and producer from Bay City Michigan. Andy owns Reed Recording an analog meets digital studio where he records his own music as w ...…
 
What does it take for a musician to choose a recording studio for their project? It’s a complex mix of the right price, equipment, clients, location, vibe... and something else. Something I knew was important, but never realized how much. And it’s the thing that ultimately led my guest (singer/songwriter Jono Robertson of Kindergarten) to decid ...…
 
We talked about the importance of finding your own unique voice in production, and creating outside the lines. My guest today is Alysha Brilla a Twice Juno Award nominated singer-songwriter, producer and community organizer. Alysha is a critically acclaimed Indian-Tanzanian Canadian artist who just released her third self produced album, “HUMAN ...…
 
We talked about recording with Grammy winners, War On Drugs, keeping your old DAW alive, ditching your template for creativity, and the importance of going after sounds you hear in your in your head. My guest today is Nick Krill, a brilliant song writer, producer, and engineer who lives and works in Philadelphia and New York City professionally ...…
 
We talked about how you can avoid 5 Big Mixing Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making In your Studio. My guest today is Jason Moss, a mixer, producer, and engineer focusing on the pop, EDM, hip­hop, folk, and indie rock. Jason is a graduate of New York University's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, where he honed his skills through mentor ...…
 
We talked about hearing the Beatles for the first time, why the sound of Pyromania in the 80s was influenced by FM radio compression, and the making of Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”. My guest today is William Wittman, a musician, multi–platinum engineer, and producer for artists like Cyndi Lauper, Joan Osborne, the Hooters, and The ...…
 
Special guest: audio engineer/studio owner Travis Harrison (Guided By Voices, Robert Pollard, Serious Business recording studio). We discuss an eternal question: When you're asked to work on a project you're not 100% sure you know how to do, what should you do? Say no, play it safe, and risk missing an opportunity? Or say yes, take a chance, an ...…
 
We talked about working with Michael Beinhorn, Rick Rubin, and how to make a great record! He also shares advice on how to be a successful intern. My guest today is Lior Goldenberg a producer and mixer based in Los Angeles. He has been making records in LA since the early 90s starting out as a runner at the Record Plant and then as s second eng ...…
 
It's no coincidence that today's episode arrives on the one-year anniversary of Trump's inauguration. The election, inauguration and events that followed all contributed to the creation of a recording studio project that helped me (and others) make a little sense of the world we suddenly found ourselves living in. This is the story of that proj ...…
 
Mike talks about the importance of mistakes in the studio, and shares some great tips for recording drums, bass, guitars, and vocals! My guest today is Mike Senior, a professional recording and mixing engineer, who writes for Sound On Sound magazine both the popular 'Studio SOS' and 'Mix Rescue' columns. He teaches recording on his fantastic bl ...…
 
George tells us about choosing great mics, designing the parametric EQ, Blackbird studio C, recording Little Feat, Earth Wind & Fire, and much more. My guest today is George Massenburg, a multi Grammy award winning producer, engineer, mixer, and award winning audio designer legendary for having invented the parametric equalizer in 1972. George ...…
 
Get the real story about recording “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” with Cyndi Lauper, and other great studio stories, and recording tips! My guest today is Eric Bazilian, Founder of The Hooters, and part of the band on Cyndi Lauper’s “She’s So Unusual”, as well as Joan Osborne’s “Relish”, for which Bazilian wrote the Grammy-nominated “One Of Us’ on ...…
 
Recording music requires your eyes as much as your ears. But what happens when those two senses disagree? When something sounds right but looks wrong — or vice versa — which sense should win? Today's show begins to answer that question. And explores how the introduction of a visual component into the recording process affected how music is reco ...…
 
At the Orchard we eat, sleep, dream, breathe, think, work and play music. And not just music, but everything that comes with it — sound, recording, creativity and life in general. This is your invitation to join the conversation. Share your thoughts on the show, or send topic ideas to podcast@orchardrecordingstudio.com.…
 
Joe Chiccarelli talks about recording killer drums, guitars, and vocals among other things... My guest today is Joe Chiccarelli a ten time Grammy Award-Winning Producer/Engineer & Mixer who has been making great records for more than 3 decades. Joe’s credits include such artists as Tori Amos, Beck, The Strokes, The Killers, U2, Elton John, My M ...…
 
Jim Scott returns to dig deeper into his story, talk about recording Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and give tips on miking up drums.​ CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/120 Multiple Grammy-winning producer/engineer/mixer, Jim Scott, has worked with many artists since his start with Sting' ...…
 
We all love our guitars, but lets be honest with ourselves. THESE THINGS ARE TERRIBLE! And thats only made worse when you dont know how to maintain them. I wax poetic on the shortcomings of the 20th century and beyond's favorite instrument. But alas, there is still hope.
 
Jim Scott talks about his entry into the music industry and working with iconic artists such as Wilco, Sting, and Tom Petty. CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/119 Multiple Grammy-winning producer/engineer/mixer, Jim Scott, has worked with many artists since his start with Sting's Dream of the Blue Turtles three decades ago. H ...…
 
We interrupt the regular podcast schedule to bring you a breaking news story about how Music City is bringing the hammer down on working home studios! CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/118 Would you believe Nashville brought the hammer down on my home studio just because I was recording other people to make a living? Well it' ...…
 
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