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Fast Attack, Slow Release is Performance Audio's official podcast. Each episode, we'll discuss varying facets of the music and theater production industry.
Tune in for insights and insider stories from the stage and studio.

Fast Attack, Slow Release Performance Audio and Nate Brown

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Fast Attack, Slow Release is Performance Audio's official podcast. Each episode, we'll discuss varying facets of the music and theater production industry.
Tune in for insights and insider stories from the stage and studio.

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    Nate takes your questions for this season's last episode.

    Tune in for tips and tricks.

    • 16 min
    A Dive Into Drum Mics

    A Dive Into Drum Mics

    Nate lays out the baseline for successful drum tracking. Tune in for mic recommendations on Mid/Side stereo configurations, overheads, snare drums and more.

    • 19 min
    Enter The Void

    Enter The Void

    Nate sits down with Drue Olsen from BlaqVoid to talk about their new twist on record labels, social media marketing, and s'mores.
    Also, Nate apparently has an opinion on punters.

    • 29 min
    You're Getting What You Need To Pursue This Career

    You're Getting What You Need To Pursue This Career

    We sit down with Heavy and Nick from the band Black Magic Caravan to discuss their (somewhat) unconventional marketing approach, why acting like a professional is important in every stage of your career, and how to communicate your mix needs to live sound engineers.
    Plus: Sunset Boulevard is a dirty street, and it's Motley Crue's fault.

    • 51 min
    The Possibilities Become Endless

    The Possibilities Become Endless

    Nate sits down with Myke Johnson for tips on making a living as a musician and the importance of networking. Plus: an in-depth look at writing music from an initial inspiration into a completed work.

    • 43 min
    Demos are Supposed to Sound Bad

    Demos are Supposed to Sound Bad

    Nate talks with Greg "Stryke" Chin from Avid about Pro Tools' inception, how it made an immediate impact on the recording world, and how it continues to influence music creation and sound recording. Plus: demos sound way too good these days.

    • 28 min

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Great for Music Geeks! ,

Great for Music Geeks!

I may be biased, but . . . I'd dare say this is the most relevant podcast of all time. Especially (mostly) if you're interested in audio engineering or making and creating music.

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