Doug Fearn draws on his 50+ years as a recording engineer, record producer, studio owner, and pro audio equipment designer to explain the art and science of recording for the audiophile, music lover, and people in the music recording industry.
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Sonic Greatness is Timeless
I especially enjoyed the Interview episode with Mike Miller. As much as Doug Fearn is a hero in the pursuit of sonic excellence, it was great to hear about Mike’s journey to hear music as it exists in his head. Mike explains his path of learning audio engineering by books and YouTube and in isolation before finally finding mentors to collaborate with and “just doing the work.”
Fearn’s a Pro, but Even Amateurs Can Enjoy this Podcast
Doug has a wonderful way of explaining technical stuff in a way that even amateurs like me can understand. The insights he provides will add greater depth to your understanding and appreciation of recorded music. Definitely worth a listen if you write, make, record or just listen to music.