RECORDING—The Podcast for the Recording Musician is all about making the best recordings possible. Join us as we delve into the science and artistry of recording music. From interviews with top engineers, artists, and producers to discussions with inventors and innovators and Q&A sessions where we answer your gear questions, it’s all about RECORDING!
At the heart of nearly every modern recording studio is a computer. While most engineers don’t covet a computer the same way as a mic locker or guitar collection, computers have become a vital part of modern recording workflows. Hard drives, data storage, RAM, and processors – Where should you invest, and when does it become overkill?
In this episode, we sit down with Watson Wu – an expert sound designer and field recordist specializing in cars, gunshots, explosions, and animal sounds. We also invited Christopher Spahr of DPA, who contributes insight about the various DPA mics that make these recordings possible.
Today’s talk with Jacquire King and Sterling Doak is all about mixing and monitoring. Jacquire King is a multiple Grammy Award-winning producer, engineer, and mixer based in Nashville, and Sterling Doak comes to us from Gibson Brands, more specifically KRK.
Editor Paul Vnuk Jr. catches up with the legendary Eddie Kramer to talk about recording drums, working with Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, and more. We also hear about the creation of Toontrack’s Legacy of Rock SDX at Air Studio 1 in London. We wrap up with a Q&A featuring Paul Vnuk Jr., Alex Hawley, and Eric Singer.
In our first podcast, Editor Paul Vnuk Jr. catches up with producer/engineer Ryan Ulyate to talk about mixing Tom Petty’s Wildflowers & All the Rest for Dolby Atmos. We also hear from James Young, CEO of Aston Microphones, to learn about the Aston Element. We wrap up with a Q&A featuring Paul Vnuk Jr., Alex Hawley, and Eric Singer.