The best music and post production tips, tricks and news on the web, brought to you by the Production Expert team. We support users of Pro Tools, Logic Pro and Studio One and those who work in music and post production.
Dolby Atmos For Music
In this week's episode Julian is joined by Emre Ramazanoglu and Edgar Rothermich, both people with knowledge of and experience in mixing music for Dolby Atmos. They bring fascinating insight into this rapidly developing area which will affect anyone mixing music today.
Interview With Justin Webster Of The Cargo Cult
In this week's episode Damian Kearns talks to Justin Webster of the Cargo Cult, the company behind products such as Envy, Spanner and Slapper. As well as a discussion of some of the most innovative products available to Post mixers the interview is also interrupted by an earthquake! (really)
What do Music Editors Do?
You might have seen the job title music editor on a credit roll and wondered what a music editor does and perhaps wondered why do we need music editors? To help us understand, in this week’s Production Expert podcast, we are joined by two music editors: Paul Apelgren and Nathaniel Reichman.
Loudness For Streaming Services - Discussed
In this week’s edition, we are joined by Bob Katz and Rob Byers to discuss the new updated audio streaming and on-demand services tech recommendations TD1008 from the AES, which we explored recently on Production Expert.
New Products For October 2021 - Experts Give Their Verdicts
In this week's episode Julian is joined by Russ and Damian as they look over the product releases from October and pronounce them to be "hit", "miss" or occasionally "hiss" (should that be "mit"?).
Songwriting arranging and production
In this episode Julian is joined by William Wittman and Steve DeMott for a discussion on songwriting. With free and unrestricted access to studios and more and more music being written directly into the timeline of a DAW, what do we gain and is anything lost?
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It’s all free and very clearly put together by a team of extremely talented / like minded / passionate / knowledgable individuals.
I’m returning to music production now, having formally released records and toured with an indie band in the 1990’s - when our studio was very much tape and limited outboard gear (that we could afford) - so this content has been invaluable in the art of modern recording techniques and just a joy to be able to embrace what wasn’t available to us all those years ago via UAD plugin emulations / pro tools etc.
Thank you so much for taking the time to produce such high quality, well thought though material - it’s very much appreciated!
Would be good if the presenter weren’t so verbose. What’s the point of inviting knowledgeable guests on and inanely wittering all over them.
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