Level up your recording skills with acclaimed producers Joey Sturgis, Eyal Levi, and Joel Wanasek each week as they talk shop with the best producers in the business. You’ll get Information, inspiration, and actionable insights in every episode.
Graham Cochrane, online educator and Youtube personality, joins the show to discuss how he created the popular Recording Revolution channel and went from food stamps to success. Graham faced absolute challenges in his career, but with a proper support structure, amidst adversity and criticism, he was able to succeed. “Word of mouth is still how things work in this world” ...
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Andrew Scheps is a Grammy-winning mixer who has worked with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, and many other massive artists.
Zakk Cervini is a producer, mixer, and songwriter who has worked with Poppy, All Time Low, and many others.
Sylvia Massy is a legendary producer, mixer, and engineer who has worked with Prince, Johnny Cash, Tool, and many others.
Josh Wilbur is a prolific producer/mixer/engineer for heavy hitters in a variety of genres ranging from Korn, Lamb of God, Gojira, and Trivium, all the way to Pink and Demi Lovato.
Bob Clearmountain is a legendary engineer, mixer, and producer who has worked with iconic artists such as David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Guns N Roses, and many more.
Adam “Nolly” Getgood is the co-founder of GetGood Drums and an insanely talented mixing engineer whose sound has become the template for an entire generation of bands. He’s worked with Devin Townsend, Good Tiger, and Periphery.
Will Putney is one of this generation’s most influential and respected producers, known for his work with Northlane, Thy Art Is Murder, Knocked Loose, and Four Year Strong among many, MANY others. He also plays guitar in Fit For An …
Mick Gordon is a prolific video game composer behind soundtracks for massive games such as Doom, Wolfenstein, and many more.
Eric Valentine is a legendary producer best known for his work with Queens Of The Stone Age, Good Charlotte, Maroon 5, and Taking Back Sunday.
Susan Rogers is a neuroscientist and professor at Berklee College of Music and a mixer/engineer who’s worked with legends like Prince, David Byrne, and Barenaked Ladies among many others.
Tom Lord-Alge is a legendary mixer whose credits we simply can’t do justice to in this format: He’s worked with a massive list of household names like Marilyn Manson, Sum 41, Green Day, Korn, Blink-182 and Weezer among countless others,
Fredrik Nordström, the architect of the legendary “Gothenbug Sound” joins us for a very special episode of the URM Podcast.