In this article we will look at a few simple steps that you can take to build new, lasting relationships with artists or bands.
In this interview, Steve talks about how he got started in the industry and eventually became a staff engineer at Capitol Studios. He also talks about what he has learned from working closely with Al Schmitt for the last 15 years. For example, being prepared, studio etiquette, changing microphones rather than reaching for an EQ. The importance of staying one step ahead of the artists when in a recording session. Working on the Academy Awards with Tommy Vicari. His favourite failure and so much more.
In this interview, Aaron talks about his early struggles regarding networking. Being focused on one goal. How we as engineers should talk to drummers and how we can make our programmed drums sound more human. The importance of conveying emotion in your playing and why he would prefer to teach me drums on a yacht.
In this interview, Dax speaks about why he moved from Australia to the UK, the limitations of working in Australia, the 7-month struggle of finding a place to build his studio in, how studios can be profitable, favourite failure and much more.
Fabrice Gabriel is well known and respected in the audio/music industry for the plugins that he designs with Slate Digital, which he co-founded and is the CTO off, as well as his own company, Eiosis, that he founded in 2012.
In this interview, Herb talks about how he met Dave and how Dave’s accident got them started on Pensado’s Place, using technology to network, handling the pressure and the economic shift that happened to the music business, how to use social media, dealing with the quiet time, the future of Pensado’s Place and much more!