Hey all you witches and werewolves! This is episode 008 of The Modern Recordist podcast, and another edition of the 15 Minute Mixdown.
But we’re unofficially calling this one the “not-so 15 minute mixdown” cause it’s actually about an hour long…
On this edition of The 15 Minute Mixdown JD and I switch things up from the usual monologue-esque thoughts on artistry, creativity, and life, to have a live, in-studio discussion about recent projects, and the recording techniques, newest instruments and toys, and the learning experiences had on these projects.
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Typically, we like to keep the focus on the songwriting/performance/artistic side of the creative process, but every once in a while it’s good to switch it up with a little more emphasis on the audio engineering aspects of the recording process. And this episode was all about that.
It was an entertaining, informative, and off-the-cuff discussion, with some good take-aways for you to incorporate into your audio engineering toolbox. Enjoy…
The Modern Recordist is a podcast devoted to the exploration and continual discussion around designing and living your life as a creative visionary. Each week Jon Stinson, JD Tiner, and Parrish will venture on this journey, either in a casual hang out with a guest, or by diving into a specific topic for a few minutes in more of a monologue-structured format.
Hear stories and learn from the most innovative, inspired, and talented songwriters and artists in the music scene. Spark your genius with actionable advice and takeaways. Become inspired and move to action as you design and live your life of a creative visionary.
If you have not already spent some time poking around my site, go ahead and take a look around. I’ve got tons of blog posts on recording and mixing techniques, and now there’s a bunch of podcast episodes to check out too!
Check out my album credits, and hit my Contact Page to get in touch about making a record with me. I’ve also, got a resource called, Recording Drums 101 that will show you how to record great sounding drums in the most simple way.
JD Tiner is the main man behind Glass Onion Recording, the studio that is home to The Modern Recordist, and the studio that I do most of my work out of. Glass Onion Recording is a vibey spot in Nashville, with a great selection of vintage analog gear, modern analog gear, and digital gear.
Go “like” Glass Onion Recording on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/glassonionrec
Check out JD’s album credits and hit him up about working with him at his website:
Parrish handles all the engineering responsibilities for The Modern Recordist, so Jon and JD get to put their full attention on the guests. He is a producer/engineer working out of Nashville, as well as part of the team at Villain Place, a record label, production company, and recording studio, also in Nashville.
Check out more about Parrish at http://jonathanpaulparrish.com/
Check out more about Villain Place at http://villainplace.com/
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More next week! In the meantime, go live your extraordinary life of an artistic visionary, and create something impactful for the world.