EP175 | Johnny Minardi

EP175 | Johnny Minardi

Johnny Minardi returns to the podcast to chat about the secrets of A&R, getting return clients, and why you need to view the success of others as inspiration. Between doing A&R for Roadrunner and Fueled By Ramen, managing producers with Self Titled Management, and Noise Creators Johnny is a great role model for how to get shit done in the …

Vocal FX Mastery

Vocal FX Mastery (Ft. Architects)

| By Thomas Brett |  Introduction: Ever heard the saying: “The Vocals Are The Center Of A Mix” ? Well… It’s %100 true. However, we’re not talking about a static, bone-dry, boring vocal in this case, but rather a vocal that’s swimming in pure emotion, slotting-in perfectly with the ambient vibe of the track in which it’s placed. The key …

EP174 | Brian Hood

EP174 | Brian Hood

Brian Hood is back, and we’re talking the pros and cons of work travel, overcoming the procrastination that comes along with perfectionism, and why grit matters. We think it’s safe to say that no one wants to be a flash in the pan. We all want to craft long running, successful careers. Figuring out how to get on track to …

EP173 | Arthur Rizk

EP173 | Arthur Rizk

Arthur Rizk (Cavalera Conspiracy, Power Trip, Code Orange) joins us to talk studio experimentation, being cool, and keeping your hunger alive. Creativity and drive are not unlimited resources. Burnout is a very real problem, especially when you’re grinding away at trying to build a career. During this discussion Arthur drops some really amazing insight about how to keep your head …

EP172 | Clifton Miles

EP172 | Clifton Miles

Clifton Miles of Dead Room Recordings joins us to talk about how he’s persevered and built an audio production career after losing his hearing in one ear. Everyone faces some form of adversity in their life. Audio production can be an especially tough path for a variety of reasons. After hearing Clifton’s story I think we’ll all be able to …