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Produce Like A Pro
86 minutes | a year ago
Today I´m interviewing producer, engineer and mixer Johnny K. (Disturbed, 3 Doors Down, Plain White T´s) We talk about the changes in the music industry and how to adapt to your circumstances. Johnny tells us the story of how he started in out in his career and worked his way up in the music industry.
61 minutes | a year ago
Warren interviews producer Kyle Lehning (Randy Travis, Dan Seals, Anne Murray, Restless Heart and more)and tours his studio in Nashville, TN
80 minutes | a year ago
Phil Allen Pt. 1
I´m interviewing Phil Allen, who interned with me when he was 19 years old. He worked his way up to become my assistant, then my recording engineer, eventually Co Writing, Co Producing and playing on many songs we recorded together! Phil has built an amazing career as a musician, recording engineer and producer: He even won a Grammy with Adele´s album of the year! This interview will especially be valuable for all of you songwriters and producers out there: We´re passing on a lot of the experience and knowledge we´ve acquired over the years, by working with some of the best songwriters and producers out there. – So pay close attention!
47 minutes | a year ago
Warren sits down with producer/mixer/engineer Neal Avron (Sara Bareilles, New Found Glory, Linkin Park). They discuss the importance of being musical, Neal's approach to recording/mixing, and his recording studio setup.
43 minutes | a year ago
Warren interviews recording, mixing, mastering engineer, producer and owner at The FunAttic Production and Mastering Suite Lucas Pimentel
76 minutes | a year ago
Howard Willing is an extremely accomplished Producer/Engineer and has made some of the best sounding records of the last few years. I got to catch up with him via Skype the other day! We discuss music, his path, and get a quick look at his recording setup.
47 minutes | a year ago
Today guest is legendary heavy rock producer and mixer Ulrich Wild walks us through his home studio setup and explains his approach to producing music. This is an amazing episode for all of you home-studio owners who are trying to make great records on affordable equipment
66 minutes | a year ago
Greg Richling is a bassist, producer and music innovator. He wrote songs, recorded and toured with the Wallflowers for 20 years. He’s played bass on albums for Fiona Apple and Macy Gray as well as producing and songwriting in LA. Greg is also an entrepreneur who started Unkovr.com, a music discovery platform curated by top industry professionals.
75 minutes | a year ago
Warren interviews Grammy winning producer and engineer Dave Way (Sheryl Crow, Brandy, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Macy Gray, Ringo Starr, Shakira, Savage Garden, Michael Jackson, and many many more) at his home studio WayStation.
37 minutes | a year ago
Colin McDowell from McDSP stops by the studio to discuss music, how McDSP got started, and their new plugin the SA-2 Dialog Processor.
74 minutes | a year ago
As far as I’m concerned Joe Barresi is Mr Guitar! Joe has made some of the best sounding guitar albums of the last 25 years! His tones are not only big and fat when they need to be, they are also ALWAYS unique! I’ve worked with Joe as a musician and he blew me away with his dedication to getting amazing guitar sounds that inspire you to play your best!
55 minutes | a year ago
Mixing Engineer Matthew Weiss (Dizzee Rascal, Juicy J, MURS, Royce Da 5'9 and more) recently moved to L.A. into a very nice studio. So I dropped by, we did an interview. We go over What´s the right mindset to have when approaching a mix? What´s the role of a mixing engineer in the modern age? Are you allowed or even supposed to make production decisions during the mixing phase? Enjoy!
76 minutes | a year ago
Lenise Bent became Michael Chapman’s Engineer, recorded and mixed Blondie’s masterpiece ‘Autoamerican’ containing ‘Rapture’ which is recognised, rightly so, as a revolutionary track where Debbie Harry rapped and name checked groundbreaking Hip-Hop pioneers Fab 5 Freddy and Grandmaster Flash. Bringing a whole genre to the attention of many more people worldwide. Mentored by luminaries and being not only one of the first female engineers in Los Angeles, she is one of the best ever!
81 minutes | a year ago
Dave Pensado Pensado's Place Dave worked out of Larrabee Studios in Los Angeles where he mixed on an SSL. It was around 2010 that he discovered he was doing better mixes in-the-box than on a console, and by Pro Tools 11, he couldn’t beat what he was doing with a DAW. Of course, Dave champions whatever method best enhances the individual engineer’s creativity, and speaks about the importance of being receptive to new techniques. This might include, for example, using certain plug-ins that allow panning of specific frequencies–a helpful hint he gave us for keeping mixes interesting!
56 minutes | a year ago
Warren visits Christopher Thorn (producer and guitar player with Blind Melon) at his studio, Fireside Sound. They talk about his career as a musician and producer and take a look at all the gear
110 minutes | 2 years ago
Warren interviews drummer, producer, mixer, engineer Simon Phillips (Jeff Beck, The Who, Judas Priest, Tears for Fears, Mike Oldfield and Gary Moore).
66 minutes | 2 years ago
Warren speaks with Matt Mahaffey, a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer best known for his work in the band Self.
85 minutes | 2 years ago
Writing and producing a killer song can be a difficult and frustrating process. Maybe you lack musical knowledge or proficiency, maybe you think your gear is to blame, or you even find yourself lacking inspiration. Tim Wrote 2 of the 11 Songs on the new Imagine Dragons albums. We think he knows a thing or two about songwriting.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
Jackson Eppley is a Nashville success story, he plays bass sessions, produces artists and writes music for Film and TV. He has learned to adapt with the ever changing industry and is a testament to what musicians, producers songwriters and engineers are now doing to make a good living not just in Nashville but the world over! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing
70 minutes | 2 years ago
F. Reid Shippen
F. Reid Shippen. He doesn't like bios. He says they always seem simultaneously insincere and too damn serious. You can find him over at Robot Lemon, where he's working with the the likes of Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, Ingrid Michaelson, Little Big Town, and India.Arie.
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