Tag Archives: Podcast

The 100th Anniversary Of The Theremin, World Maestro Colin O’Donohoe, And Ice Cream Truck Music On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Colin O’Donohoe, who’s worked as a composer, conductor, band leader, drummer, flautist and audio engineer in the U.S., Japan, South Korea, Mongolia, Brazil and Turkey. In 2010, his Pangean Orchestra united instruments and musicians from around the world and gained international recognition to where he was nicknamed “World Maestro.” Colin also composes … Continue reading The 100th Anniversary Of The Theremin, World Maestro Colin O’Donohoe, And Ice Cream Truck Music On My Latest Podcast

Producer Gareth Jones, Mixing ITB Acceptance, And Fake Streaming Artists On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is producer/engineer Gareth Jones, who’s a pioneer in the use of cutting edge digital equipment, sampling technology, and synthesizers. Gareth produced five albums for techno innovators Depeche Mode and six albums for synth-pop superstars Erasure, and many more.  As the mixer of John Foxx’s seminal album Metamatic, he realized that an artist could truly define his … Continue reading Producer Gareth Jones, Mixing ITB Acceptance, And Fake Streaming Artists On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Studio Designer Carl Tatz, The Prophet 5 Reissued, And The Album Reimagined On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is studio designer Carl Tatz, who went from being a studio owner in Nashville to designing studios, mixing rooms and listening rooms for some of the biggest clients in the world. He then took that to yet another level by developing his own technology and products. Carl wanted to make monitoring … Continue reading Studio Designer Carl Tatz, The Prophet 5 Reissued, And The Album Reimagined On My Latest Podcast

An Internet Minute, Recycled Plastics For Acoustics, And Producer Mark Plati On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Mark Plati, who’s worked with a wide range of major artists including Prince, David Bowie, Janet Jackson, Talking Heads, Fleetwood Mac, the Bee Gees, The Cure and many others. Mark was initiated into the New York City music scene working under the tutelage of dance music legend Arthur Baker in … Continue reading An Internet Minute, Recycled Plastics For Acoustics, And Producer Mark Plati On My Latest Podcast

Win a secret $300 prize by watching our podcast at Guitar.com Live

You could win a brand new premium product from our friends at MONO worth $300 when you watch MusicTech’s My Forever Studio podcast at this weekend’s inaugural Guitar.com Live event. The podcast premieres at 11.30 AM PST/7.30 PM BST on Sunday 4 October, in the Lounge area, and this is where you can enter the … Continue reading Win a secret $300 prize by watching our podcast at Guitar.com Live

Gibson Aging Technology, Neighboring Rights Royalties, And Producer/Soma Breath Founder Niraj Naik On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Niraj Naik, who’s a music producer and self-described renegade pharmacist from the U.K and founder of SOMA Breath, one of the fastest growing wellness movements fusing ancient techniques with modern science.  Niraj is also the founder of Breathe In Beats, a music collective renowned for their legendary conscious music festivals. … Continue reading Gibson Aging Technology, Neighboring Rights Royalties, And Producer/Soma Breath Founder Niraj Naik On My Latest Podcast

Sony De-Emphasizing Electronics, Music Piracy Evolving, And Engineer J.J. Blair On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is engineer, producer and musician J.J. Blair, who has a long list of engineering credits including Joe Bonamassa, Kelly Clarkson, Jeff Beck, the Black Eyed Peas, Keith Urban, Weezer, and many more.  He’s also produced and mixed the Grammy winning record Press On, by June Carter Cash, engineered on the Grammy … Continue reading Sony De-Emphasizing Electronics, Music Piracy Evolving, And Engineer J.J. Blair On My Latest Podcast

The 2020 Social Universe, Guitars Selling Again, And Songwriter Andrea Stolpe On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is songwriter and educator Andrea Stolpe, who’s written songs for Faith Hill, Julianne Hough, Daniel Lee Martin, Jimmy Wayne, and others. She’s also worked as a staff writer for EMI, Almo-Irving, and Universal Music Publishing. Andrea teaches songwriting at the University of California’s Thornton School of Music, and is the author and … Continue reading The 2020 Social Universe, Guitars Selling Again, And Songwriter Andrea Stolpe On My Latest Podcast

An Immersive Audio Format War, Artist Visa’s About To Increase 50%, And Producer/Plugin Developer Dan Korneff On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is producer, mixer and engineer Dan Korneff, who has not only worked with prominent names like Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, Papa Roach, Lamb of God and My Chemical Romance, but has developed some of the coolest audio plugins available. Dan not only knows how to expertly use his audio gear, but he … Continue reading An Immersive Audio Format War, Artist Visa’s About To Increase 50%, And Producer/Plugin Developer Dan Korneff On My Latest Podcast

Engineer/Producer/Entrepreneur Sean Giovanni On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Sean Giovanni, producer, engineer and owner of The Record Shop Studio in Nashville.  Sean has worked with clients in the studio ranging from Tim McGraw, Big and Rich, Zakk Wylde, The Wallflowers, Juicy J, and Lil Jon. He’s also passionate about helping creatives build a sustainable business around their art … Continue reading Engineer/Producer/Entrepreneur Sean Giovanni On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast