MixCoach – Conversation With Graham Cochrane About Specialization Over Generalization . . .

Specialization Over Generalization Prior to shooting video posted to MixCoach, Kevin talks to Graham Cochrane about marketing yourself as an engineer. Kevin says many times it’s better to take the approach of specializing in something over the “I’m good at everything” approach. Kevin definitely believes that you should be a well-rounded engineer and that’s what he teaches relentlessly… Continue reading MixCoach – Conversation With Graham Cochrane About Specialization Over Generalization . . .

Interview with Matt Butler – How to Mix #1 Radio Singles

Today we have a great video/ podcast for you guys featuring Matt Butler, a long time contributor to the MixCoach community and one of our Mix “Coaches” at MixCoach Member. Kevin interviews Matt about mixing a string of #1 radio singles and the secret to his recent success as an engineer, as well as tips… Continue reading Interview with Matt Butler – How to Mix #1 Radio Singles

Kevin Interviews Joe Carrell

Recording and Mix Engineer Joe Carrell

On this episode of the podcast, Kevin talks with Recording and Mix Engineer Joe Carrel. We discuss everything from gear and studio monitors to advice on ways to stay motivated and productive when mixing. Joe talks about his recent move from mixing out of his home studio to mixing at a commercial studio on Music Row, as well as… Continue reading Kevin Interviews Joe Carrell

MixCoach Podcast 055: Kevin Interviews Randy Miller

This episode is an Interview with Randy Miller, recording artist and engineer of “My God is There” the first MixCoachMember song of the month. As we advise everyone should do we sat down with Randy to get a feel for what he is looking for in the mix of “My God is There” Check out… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 055: Kevin Interviews Randy Miller

MixCoach Podcast 054: Kevin Interviews Ryan Ruff

Mix Engineer Ryan Ruff of Ruff Mix Studio

This episode features an interview with Mix Engineer and Cederville University Professor Ryan Ruff. Many bands and groups now days are choosing to save money by skipping or skimping on mastering. In this podcast, Kevin shares his approach to helping artists get the best mix when their budget is tight and how to avoid having… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 054: Kevin Interviews Ryan Ruff

MixCoach Podcast 053: Graham Cochrane Interviews Kevin

Graham Cochrane of TheRecordingRevolution.com

In this episode, Graham Cochrane of the Recording Revolution flips the script and interviews Kevin for a change. Kevin answers some questions from Graham’s viewers and discusses instinctualizing (we can make up words if we have to) the mix process and workflow to keep the music musical. Visit Graham’s sites The Recording Revolution and GrahamCochrane.com

This Week On Pensado’s Place

“Here at MixCoach we’ve got an awesome team of contributors. This is the first post by Matt Butler. Matt is a extremely skilled professional engineer. He’s been taking notes on each episode of “Pensado’s Place” for a while now, and he suggested posting it to MixCoach for anyone who wants the bullet points on the… Continue reading This Week On Pensado’s Place

MixCoach Podcast 052: Interview with Joe Carrell

Recording and Mix Engineer Joe Carrell

In this episode, Kevin Interviews Recording and Mix Engineer Joe Carrell. We discuss gear and some of the non-technical aspects of working in the music business. Find Joe’s Website HERE HERE is an interesting Sound on Sound article about NS-10 near-field studio monitors.

MixCoach Podcast 051: Interview with Wayne Haun about Copyrights

Wayne Haun Accepts 2004 Harmony Award for Producer of the Year

In this episode, Kevin airs an interview that he did with award-winning producer and songwriter (and friend) Wayne Haun.  We talk about several ways of copyrighting “works” and why you might or might not want to copyright your works today. For more information about Wayne visit his website HERE For our US listeners: Find more… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 051: Interview with Wayne Haun about Copyrights

Kevin interviews Engineer Slau Halatyn

I had the opportunity to interview a very fascinating recording engineer Slau Halatyn. He travels the world recording everything from Jazz to Orchestral Music.  He is also an insightful and witty podcaster. Did I mention that Slau is also blind?  He’s one of a few that I know.  In this interview we talk about how… Continue reading Kevin interviews Engineer Slau Halatyn