28 episodes

Welcome to the Auralex Creative Spaces podcast.

We talk to the famous (and not-so-famous) about how they created their environments for recording, mixing and critical listening.

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    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

Welcome to the Auralex Creative Spaces podcast.

We talk to the famous (and not-so-famous) about how they created their environments for recording, mixing and critical listening.

    Episode 27_Tim Pierce

    Episode 27_Tim Pierce

    In this episode, we’re honored to be talking to the amazing session guitarist and educator, Tim Pierce. If you've listened to any pop, rock and country music in the 80's, 90's and 2000's, you've undoubtedly heard the masterful guitar playing of Tim Pierce. Tim has played on hundreds of recordings with artists such as Phil Collins, Crowded House, the Goo Goo Dolls, Toy Matinee, Lana Del Rey, Rascal Flats and many, many more. Tim has a unique set-up in his home studio where he surrounds himself with an impressive collection of processing gear, amps and cabinets. Tim also has a very popular YouTube channel, with over 340,000 subscribers, where he shares every aspect of his professional life including lots of guitar tips and instruction, tons of great gear info, and a variety of distinguished guests. You can find out more about Tim on his website timpierce.com and his YouTube channel timpierceguitar, as well as Facebook and Instagram.

    • 44 min
    Episode 26 - Best Of Creative Spaces - Part 2

    Episode 26 - Best Of Creative Spaces - Part 2

    In this episode, we’re sharing some of our favorite moments from the past 25 episodes. We’ve had awesome guests and some fun and inspiring conversations with people. Part 2 of this episode contains excerpts from some of our guest’s responses to our question about a "back-up plan". Once they were bitten by the muse of music, voice artistry or working in a studio environment, they did whatever they could do to make that their career without falling back on a back-up plan. No one was an overnight success and they all have worked, and continue to work hard to keep their passion alive.
    Featured guests include Ray Luzier, Greg Wells, Glenn Rosenstein, Brad Divens, Rich Redmond, Tony Succar, Steve Marcantonio, Sarah Natochenny, Tony Grey, Mason Lieberman, Jose Rios, Juanita Copeland, Matty Mullins and Kayleigh Moyer.
    If you enjoy these conversations, make sure to check out the full episodes on your favorite podcast listening platform.

    • 32 min
    Episode 26 - Best Of Creative Spaces - Part 1

    Episode 26 - Best Of Creative Spaces - Part 1

    In this episode, we’re sharing some of our favorite moments from the past 25 episodes. We’ve had awesome guests and some fun and inspiring conversations with people.
    Part 1 of this episode contains excerpts from some of our guest’s comments about their creative spaces. The conversation goes beyond the importance of the vintage and modern gear and into the overall performance of the room and how it facilitates their creative process.
    Featured guests include Ray Luzier, Greg Wells, Glenn Rosenstein, Brad Divens, Matty Mullins, Daniel Rowland and Kayleigh Moyer.
    If you enjoy these conversations, make sure to check out the full episodes on your favorite podcast listening platform.

    • 30 min
    Episode 25 - Juanita Copeland

    Episode 25 - Juanita Copeland

    In this episode, we’re talking to recording industry veteran, Juanita Copeland. Juanita has lived in Nashville since 1990 and has worked for Mercury Records, Almo Sounds Records, Pioneer Music Group, GMF Music and Hippo Productions. She is the long-time President, COO and General Manager of the iconic recording studio Sound Emporium, one of Nashville’s busiest and longest-operating commercial studios with clients that include Willie Nelson, Kacey Musgraves, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Kenny Chesney and Maren Morris – just to name a few! Her management style and leadership are the main reasons the multi-room studio continues to thrive to this day and she treats clients like “family” and creates a positive “vibe” for them to create and record. Juanita has a life-long passion for animals and has a farm North of Nashville that she shares with her rescued pot-belly pigs, rabbits and dogs. She also volunteers for Alive Hospice, Animal Rescue Corps, and supports Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and the Ocean Conservancy. You can find out more about Sound Emporium Studios at soundemporiumstudios.com

     

    • 50 min
    Episode 24 - Kayleigh Moyer

    Episode 24 - Kayleigh Moyer

    In this episode of the Creative Spaces podcast, we’re talking to Percussionist, Drummer and Clinician, Kayleigh Moyer.
    Based in Nashville, Kayleigh graduated from Belmont University with a Bachelors in Commercial Music Percussion with an emphasis in Performance. While there, Kayleigh was awarded the Freshman of the Year, Sophomore of the Year, and Junior of the Year Award, as well as the Percussive Arts Society scholarship dedicated to iconic Nashville drummer Larrie Londin.
    Kayleigh has been building a successful career performing and recording with artists including Keith Urban, Ashley Clark, Reignite, Barrage 8, Post Modern Jukebox and breakout Pop Artist Whitney Woerz. She traveled to China with the Hollywood Film Music Orchestra for the Nanjing Forest Festival and performed 2 hours of film music with a 45-piece orchestra under the direction of Erik Ochsner, and moved between drum kit and the classical percussion section from piece to piece.
    Kayleigh proudly endorses Pearl Drums, Sabian Cymbals, PreSonus, Genelec and Auralex. She records and engineers sessions and product demos, as well as online teaching, at her Nashville-based studio.
    You can find out more about Kayleigh on her website kayleighmoyer.com

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 23 - Russ Long

    Episode 23 - Russ Long

    In this episode of the Creative Spaces podcast, we’re talking to recording industry veteran and all-around awesome audio person, Russ Long.
    Originally from Colorado, Russ moved to Nashville in the mid-eighties to attend Belmont University and went on to engineer the hits “Kiss Me” and “There She Goes” by Sixpence None The Richer. He has recorded and/or mixed albums by Wilco, Dolly Parton and Amy Grant. Russ’ film credits include the soundtracks to The Sapphires, Girl Interrupted, How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days and The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. Russ works in his private mix room, Dangerland, just outside of Nashville.
    Russ is also an engineer for live sound recordings having multi-tracked live performances for Switchfoot, Luke Bryan and Guy Clark and has mixed numerous live events including the KLOVE Music awards, Challenge America Musical Gala at the Kennedy Center, Barbara Bush’s 90th Birthday concert featuring Reba McEntire and the Grammy and CMA Awards.
    Russ has authored over 150 articles and reviews for Pro Audio Review, Pro Sound News, and Mix Magazine. In 2018, Russ joined Yamaha’s R&D team where his primary focus is large format live-console development.
    You can find out more about Russ on his website Dangerland.
    You can also get more information about Russ’ personal studio build by visiting pro-sound-news-blog/russ-long-shares-how-he-completed-his-dangerland-mix-facility or  SonicScoop - making-mix-room
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    • 46 min

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

NYC is home ,

Great interviews

Really interesting side of the music business, from a company that’s all about the sound, and the client.

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Great content

I always enjoy the depth of the content as well as hearing how the Pro’s do it. Keep up the good work, Rock on! 🤘

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