These guys are killing it - building a great community of people who are all helping each other out to improve recording, mixing and mastering skills. Well done gents.
I went to college. It was a waste of time. I know a lot of people who went to school for audio production. They say it was a waste of time. The URM network is not a waste of time. You get exactly what college should provide- an affordable way to learn job related skills that translate directly to income- and these guys nail it.
Great podcast, very informative. I just wished they would curse less (or no cursing at all), as I'd like to be able to listen to it in my car, when there are other people around me.
An amazing amount of knowledge is to be had from listening to these guys. Some of the best in the audio engineering game right now and they're great teachers as well. Thanks for all the hard work URM.
These guys have awesome guests all the time and it's rad to hear them talk not just recording but the music industry in general. Easily my top 3 fav podcasts.
This is by far the most helpful resource I've found to get better at recording, mixing, and production. Since listening I've gone from recording myself in my bedroom to building my own studio and getting happy paying clients. Between this podcast and subscribing to nail the mix, I'm well on my way to having the skills needed to make a career recording bands and producing music. Check this one out!
These guys put in loads of work to bring us quality information each episode! There is something for everybody here, and I listen to entire episodes in one sittings just because they're so engaging. There is never a shortage of lessons learned and life stories from the professionals in the industry, and these guys know how to carry a conversation. I highly recommend listening daily if you are looking to take yourself to the next level of audio engineering.
This podcast is super informative & teaches listeners how to learn about audio, which is a big deal in this world of terrible YouTube tutorials. Knowing how to critically listen & learn about audio production & the audio industry is the best way to succeed in this business.
This podcast is nothing but the abundence of information to help you become a nonsense profitable music creator, taught by nononsense profitable music creators. It's fire bro.
This podcasts are amazing for almost anyone in the music industry. I have learned a ton of valuable information and if it weren’t for these podcast I wouldn’t be where I am today.
Everything I've ever wanted to talk about with my favorite musicians and producers happens right here. Informative, fun, and enjoyable. The podcast for any music recording and production geek.
I found this podcast over a year ago and joined their academy at the enhanced level. I love these dudes and the service they are providing. They are revolutionary. Music enthusiast, be sure you subscribe and get ready to have your world rocked!!
The URM Podcast has been an invaluble tool for me in learning what it really takes to become a geat audio engineer! The interviews and topics are eye opening and very helpful in getting better at the mixing craft! Highly recommended for all audio engineers and musicians!
If you're looking for and incredible wealth of knowlege on recording, mixing, mastering and life in general, it's impossible to go wrong with Eyal, Joey, and Joel. These guys know what's up and they're able to communicate and present information in an incredibly clear way. Their guests are always great too! They have the connections go get incredible musicians, engineers, and producers on the show and are always able to have relevant, engaging conversations with them. There's no better recording podcast out there!
Even if you are a seasoned veteran in the audio industry you can benefit from this endeavor. The Nail the Mix courses are full of tips and tricks that would take 7years to figure out on your own. The greatest value to me is the networking and the exposure to new / different approaches to getting the job done quickly with a stellar sound.
To say the podcasts and information contained is an understatement. I've learned more in the last half year with Unstoppable Recording Machine than I have in the last 10 years. This is no compromise, no b.s. and no apologies. Eyal, Joel and Joey provides the best information possible, and strives to help anyone who is willing to learn to become the very best they can be. Highly recommended and incredibly thankful something like this is available to me.
I've done the whole school route and interned at multiple studios, I've been out of the field for almost 2 years now and have recently pushed myself to get back into engineering and I'm happy I did. FInding URM and NTM was the best discovery I've made, I've been a part for over a week now and the amount of info I've learned is amazing. Now it's time to train my ears again.
So much knowledge gained by just listening. Great talks with the people in the industry. Did you hear a song ever and like it? Want insight on how the big name producers do it? It's all here. Musicians, producers, mangers, proper vocal usuage, dude it is all here. Ha, you thought Netflix was addictive. 100+ episodes.
I really dig the podcasts and listening to an industry professionals knowledge on audio. I like their attitudes and how they go about being productive. There is tons of audio related knowledge as well as how to get there or how to think (mindset). Its a no BS approach that I like.
It’s impossible to sum up just how valuable this podcast is. Eyal, Joel, Joey and all of the guests are a wealth of knowledge for any budding engineer and producer. Each episode warrants multiple listens due to the sheer amount of information spanning many subjects revolving around music writing, engineering and production. Required listening, in my very humble opinion!
These dudes are awesome! They tell it how it is every time. I been listening since around last April 2016 and I have learned so much and gained so much insight! Amazing interviews as well. Highly recommended!
As a recent Berklee MP&E graduate, I found that continuing my education was tough, even with currently being an intern at a studio in Boston. Thankfully, finding this podcast has been very helpful in continuing my education while being great, funny dudes too. They have great guests on and the knowledge they give about the current trends and techniques the top producers, engineers, and mixers has been paramount to me improving in recording and mixing. If you're into audio, no matter what genre you work in, this podcast will help you improve and give you more confidence in your abilities.
Ever since I discovered this podcast I have been very inspired to keep working in Audio, thanks guys!
Every podcast is loaded with tons of information on everything music. If your not learning about awesome mixing and mastering techniques, your learning about the other valuable information that goes on behind the scenes in the music industry. Along with Nail The Mix, this is the best place for audio education!
Since listening to this podcast I've shifted from listening to music on my carrides to these podcasts and I cannot stress how much I've learned in just a few short months. Essential, fun listening for anyone interested in anything from recording processes to music business philosophies
Started listing with in the last few month and can’t stop. Already through most of the podcasts. Have learned a lot from the hosts and guests...
I love podcasts and really wanted one centered around audio production. This was way more than I could ever hope. I am now a proud member of the Nail The Mix and URM Enhanced academies. These guys offer an opportunity that is so unreal and there is no better way to accelerate your skills.
When I first discovered Nail The Mix and this podcast I had no idea I'd learn as much as I have and will continue to do. The guests are all people that have been in the business for years and have unique experiences and ideas to learn from. I highly recommend this podcast for anyone interested in the music business. Topics in podcasts are not always solely focused on production though and there are often engaging and interesting stories even for people not interested in joining the music world. The best thing you can do is surround yourself with people better and more knowledgeable about the subject you're interested in. This podcast and Nail The Mix provide that opportunity to people who aren't anywhere close to being in the network to do that in their daily lives. I am incredibly grateful to all of them for doing what they can to spread their knowledge. I have wanted this exact sort of opportunity for a few years now. I only wish I had gotten involved sooner.
I've been working with audio for the better part of the last 10 years and learned more in a these podcasts than I did in my life. This is a place where you get to see inside the minds of some of the best engineers/producers that the world has to offer.
I've learned more in the 9 months that i've been in contact with these guys, than the last 6 years trying on my own. If you have a question, they have an anwser...or they know someone who does.