The Home Recording Show is a weekly podcast that covers all topics having to do with home recording. Join Ryan Canestro, Jon Tidey, and Jesse Zoller to see what we are discussing this week.
Show 251 – Mixing films in your home studio
Ryan and Jon are back to talk about what to expect when you agree to work on your first film mix in your home studio. Download Show #251 Some topics we address: budget what you need from the film maker … Continue reading →
Show 250 – fan favorites from past seven years and wtf is Dante?
In this episode we remember some of the good times from the past seven years of podcasting with some voicemails from fans. Ryan has a segment on Dante. Download Show #250 LINKS
Show 249 – Studio techniques for live mixing on digital consoles
Our guest this week is Trenton Hall and we talk about using studio techniques in live situations and the Behringer X32 rack. Download Show #249 LINKS Like our Facebook Page Jon on Twitter Ryan on Twitter Support us with any … Continue reading →
Show 248 – Hammond organ modification and our most valuable gear
In this episode we have a segment by Peter Corbett on modifying his Hammond L102 Spinet organ with comparison to various virtual Hammonds. We also discuss our most valuable studio gear. Download Show #248 The day after we recorded this … Continue reading →
Show 247 – Ask HRS 5
This week we catch up on questions and comments in the fifth installment of Ask HRS. Topics include: Ryan’s location audio gear; reamping; fetishes; Seventh Circle Preamps; 10 lessons from 243 podcasts; mobile drum recording; recording in a car; going … Continue reading →
Show 246 – The Last One…
In this episode Jon goes solo and gets one more show out before the end of the year. Adam Hawley sent in a segment on recording a song entirely with a smart phone in Rolling Ford Studio, aka his truck. … Continue reading →
Practical advice with real world experience and examples, keep up the great work guys.
This is exactly what I was looking for in a podcast!
Great show for audio engineers and musicians alike. Excellent information, definitely give it a try and learn something.