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Tue, 17 Sep 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Pt 2 With Shelly Yakus. Follow up to last weeks episode. Listen to Part 1 before hand if you haven't!

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Tue, 10 Sep 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Part one of our two part series with Shelly Yakus!

He discusses specific details of his recording process, studio "horror" stories, and his experiences working with an eclectic range of artists.

Stay tuned for Part 2 next week!

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Tue, 3 Sep 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Warren visits Brad Wood at Seagrass Studios. They discuss how he got his start in recording, converting from digital to analog, Magic Shop over in New York, and Brad discusses gear.


Have a marvelous time recording and mixing.

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Tue, 27 Aug 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Aspen Pittman passed away on August 10, 2019.

As many as you know, Aspen was the founder of Groove Tubes. Aspen designs for guitar amplifiers, microphones, and vacuum tube have been applauded by producers and musicians for nearly 40 years.

He also won the prestigious Microphone of the Year TEC Award for one of his innovative microphone designs.

Today's episode will be from an Interview Produce Like A Pro had back in March of 2016 when Warren visits Aspen at his studio Aspen's Place Recording. As you can see, Aspen was quite passionate about what he did and will truly be missed.

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Tue, 6 Aug 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Ken Sluiter is a secret weapon

He's is a recording engineer, producer, and mixer out of Chicago. He moved to Los Angeles in 2003, where he worked alongside legendary producers and engineers, such as Andrew Scheps, Greg Fidelman, Joe Chiccarelli and Jim Scott.

He has an amazing list of credits that includes a staggering list of talent like James Blunt, Weezer, Augustines, Ok Go, Heart, Marc Almond, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. As Ken put it, he has had his "head between speakers for the better part of 25 years."

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Tue, 30 Jul 2019 3:00:00 EDT

What if I told you I know a guy who mixes 300+ songs per year AND has developed artists like The Killers and Imagine Dragons?

Would you ask for proof? An interview? How he does it? Can this man/machine possibly be real?

Yes, he is! So who is it? His name is Mark Needham.

If you want learn how to mix 300+ songs a year, you have to have be fearless like Mark Needham.

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Tue, 23 Jul 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Warren sits down with the great Tommy Vicari. They discuss his journey, love of music, and the current music industry. See Tommy's credits here:




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Tue, 16 Jul 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Warren meets Rocco Guarino, studio manager and engineer at Lavish Studios .

Lavish Studios was Scott Weiland's Studio before his death in December 2015. They talk about the studio, Velvet Revolver, Scott Weiland and gear, of course.

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Tue, 9 Jul 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Rob is an incredible producer who has worked in the music industry for decades. His credits include: Beck, Toadies, Tokyo Police Club, Elliot Smith, and lots other other influential bands and artists.

This interview was recorded shortly after David Bowie died. The death of one of the greatest artists of our time led us to an in-depth conversation about the importance of art and what it means to be a true artist.

Rob really is an amazing example of someone who has made amazing albums on a shoestring budget! He made Beck's "Mellow Gold" on a Foster E8 and a Roland Hard Disk recorder and the "Loser" video for $3000!


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Tue, 2 Jul 2019 3:00:00 EDT

Cameron Webb

He tells us about key moments in his career and the story of how he first met Motörhead: He almost blew his chance of working with them! Fortunately he got the gig and went on to build a long-lasting relationship with the band.

Cameron shares very cool inside information about the Motörhead, their approach to recording, making music and life in general.

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