Mixing

Should You Join An Online Mixing Service Or Start Your Own Website?

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- Are you a home studio owner or professional audio engineer who is struggling to find clients?

- Do you want to build relationships and find more artists to work with?

- Are you struggling what to say or write to bands to make them come back to you?

In today’s episode of the Your Audio Solutions Podcast, I’m answering a question I recently got from a subscriber. He asked, “These days I'm thinking of offering my online mixing services on a website but I do not know where. Is it effective or worth the investment?

It’s a great question since there are quite a few options these days. For example, SoundBetter, Fiverr, UpWork, etc.

In this episode, you can hear experiences from people I have asked and my own experience and opinion on this.

You can watch or listen to this episode below or listen to it on Apple Podcast or Spotify.

F. Reid Shippen - No Such Thing As A Musical Emergency

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- Are you a home studio owner or professional audio engineer who is struggling to find clients?

- Do you want to build relationships and find more artists to work with?

- Are you struggling what to say or write to bands to make them come back to you?

Listen to this episode on Apple Podcast, Spotify, YouTube or in the player below.

F. Reid Shippen is a Grammy Award-winning mixing engineer and producer based in Nashville where he operates from his studio, Robot Lemon.

Reid has worked with artists such as Robert Randolph & The Family Band, NEEDTOBREATHE, Cage The Elephant, Backstreet Boys, Jack White and many others.

In this interview, Reid spoke about:

  • Why there’s no such thing as a musical emergency

  • How Reid runs the business side of his studio

  • The importance of establishing systems

  • Why you should underpromise and overdeliver

  • His involvement in a music think tank and their projection of a 50-100 billion revenue over the next 10 years

  • The importance of work/life balance

  • Working out of fear

  • Dealing with feeling overwhelmed

  • How he uses different rates for people who want more flexibility or not

  • What it takes to succeed in the music business

  • Working smart vs working many hours

  • How to build relationships and networking

  • How to be a successful intern

  • And so much more

Listen to this episode on Apple Podcast, Spotify, YouTube or in the player above

Eric 'Mixerman' Sarafin - Mixing, Money, Reactions And The Value Of Music

Eric 'Mixerman' Sarafin - Mixing, Money, Reactions And The Value Of Music

Eric Sarafin, or Mixerman, as he is known for, is a gold and platinum award-winning record producer and mixing engineer. In this interview, Eric spoke about: Starting out at Dimension Sound and being a runner at Capitol Studios. Working at Hollywood Sound and how that led him to work with The Pharcyde. Being fearless. Pricing himself and how lower recording budgets have affected his work. What he focuses on to get him started on a new mixing session. What it means to mix aggressively .What he learned from writing his popular books such as Zen and the art of Mixing

Bob Horn - The Beginning, Networking And Michael Jackson

Bob Horn - The Beginning, Networking And Michael Jackson

Bob Horn is a mixing engineer based in Los Angeles. He is well known in the music industry having worked for artists such as Michael Jackson, Usher, Timbaland, Lupe Fiasco and many others.

In this interview, Bob talks about his journey from Berklee to Nashville and then Los Angeles. The importance of networking. Working with Michael Jackson. How to deliver a mix that the artist wants and so much more.