Darrell Thorp - Audio Work Ethic and More

Had the pleasure of interviewing 7-time Grammy-winning engineer, Darrell Thorp. Darrell has worked with artist such as Foo Fighters, Beck, Paul McCartney, Jay-Z, Radiohead, and many more.

In this interview, Darrell talks about what he found most difficult when starting out as an assistant engineer, which skillsets are most important to working in a studio, what he would do if he had to start over today, and what he wished he would have done earlier in his career.

Read the interview at SonicScoop.com HERE

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How To Make Programmed Drums Sound Exciting (and more human)

Had the pleasure of writing this article for Audio Issues on how to take your programmed drums to the next level.

The techniques laid out in the article are perfect if you are making a lot of music and are annoyed with how machine-like your programmed drums sound like.

Check out the article on audio-issues.com HERE

How To Defeat Your Inner Perfectionist and Start Releasing More Music

Had the pleasure of writing this article for SonicScoop about how to defeat your inner perfectionist and start releasing more music.

If you are struggling perfectionism and not releasing as much music as you would like, I gave some useful tips and techniques from Tim Ferriss and Tony Robbins that I hope can help you.

Check it out on SonicScoop.com HERE.

Bob Rock - Working with Metallica and the Importance of Performances

Had the pleasure of interviewing Bob Rock who has produced record such as Metallica - Black Album, Mötley Crüe - Dr. Feelgood, Bon Jovi - Keep The Faith and many other great records.

In this interview, Bob opens up about how performance is key, how to manage different inputs and feelings from band members, favourite failures, the story behind the production of St. Anger, challenges and stories behind The Black Album, and so much more in this wide ranging interview.

Check it on puremix.net HERE

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