Jeremy Mang from The YouTube channel Recording Studio Loser talks about owning and operating a recording studio in a small market. He offers great insight on when you might take the leap from garage to commercial space, advertising, and more.
Michael Archacki of Ascension Post in Burbank CA talks about the life of an audio engineer, mixing for film and television, and more.
No fluff just straight talk from Multi Platinum Producer Steve Freeman. We discuss being your own advocate, where the opportunities are and focusing on what you control. Plenty of great advice from a music industry veteran.
When you learn to batch rename tracks and clips in Protools you will be able to easily organize, declutter, and work faster within Protools! It’s very simple!
Should you ever work for free? Or take an unpaid internship? Or are you only being taken advantage of? Seems to be a polarizing topic with some strong opinions. I am trying to be unbiased with this video and simply pose several questions you can ask yourself when you are presented with this situation. My hope is if you know your limits ahead of time and what your expectations are then you can make a thoughtful and strategic and RIGHT decision for YOU. Looking forward to your comments!
How would you go about getting a job or an internship at a recording studio? What are you doing to stand out in order to be memorable? Well here I give some actionable advice on how to drastically improve your chances of getting a yes from an employer or potential client!
I like simple. I don’t need to guess which cable in the pile is the right length for what I need. When I need to find the other end of a cable through spaghetti, I don’t want to trace one end to the other to figure it out. I like easy systems, and this one for my XLR’s is a winner!
Krysta Youngs is a hit songwriter with a Billboard #1 for “Home” with BTS. She’s worked with others like Twice and Marshmallow. In this interview Krysta shares how she went from making no money to consistent 6 figures with a simple and repeatable mindset shift.
I’ve made like, a LOT of mistakes in the studio. Yet somehow, I still get hired and I even have some clients who thinking I’m pretty good. You see mistakes can make you a whole lot better if you learn from them. So, in this video that’s what I’m talking about.
If you are editing audio for a podcast then you should consider using this simple edit idea for your next episode. Learn how to create consistent audio edits so your podcast intro sounds super pro!Continue reading “How To Edit Your Podcast Intro [Easy Audio Editing]”