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EP9 | Mastering Month ’15 Kick Off with Jesse Cannon

Welcome to the Mastering Month 2015 Kick Off w Jesse Cannon Jesse Cannon, prolific mastering engineer/author/entrepreneur joins the URM Podcast crew to discuss what it takes to become great at mastering and promotion. After all, what good is your talent if you don’t develop it or share it with the world? To really win at the game of audio you …

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TT2 | Vocal Production Tips and Tricks PT1

Vocal production that sounds amazing requires you navigate the intersection of composition, physical performance, gear selection, and creative coaching with your A-game the entire time! That’s why we devoted two podcast episodes to vocal production and mixing. This one is jam packed with info! “If the vocal sucks on the record you might as well trash the entire thing” – Joel Wanasek What you’ll …

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EP8 | Interview w Dan Korneff

Dan Korneff has perfected the process of turning out modern, top-quality mixes on analog gear in an industry that’s moving faster than ever. Can you imagine mixing on a massive console with tons of outboard, yet still keep up with modern deadline demands? Dan Korneff does it every day. According to him the keys are in the efficiency of your setup and …

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EP7 | #Mixcritmonday with Caleb Rodriguez

Welcome to MixCritMonday, the show where we critique YOUR mixes. In the hotseat this month is Caleb Rodriguez. Caleb submitted a metalcore mix for us to crit and after a little investigation we figured out that he was making two major mistakes: He used little to no reference material His source tracks were not ready for mixing, yet he didn’t …

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EP6 | Thinking About Better Than Best

“Perfection Is The Enemy Of Progress” – Winston Churchill Imagine if our favorite mixers decided to stop mixing until every single aspect of their control room was perfect… They would never mix, because no control room is ever perfect! No matter how hard you try, you can’t get better than best. Sure, there’s always room for improvement, and over time, with …