143 episodes

A podcast about audio engineering, mixing, producing, acoustics, and home recording. Quality content with no fluff, hosted by an audio engineer, for audio engineers.

Recording Lounge Kendal Osborne

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    • 4.8 • 162 Ratings

A podcast about audio engineering, mixing, producing, acoustics, and home recording. Quality content with no fluff, hosted by an audio engineer, for audio engineers.

    Episode 140: How The Drum Sound Affects Feel, Groove, and Vibe

    Episode 140: How The Drum Sound Affects Feel, Groove, and Vibe

    In this episode we talk about how the drum sound affects our perception of feel, groove, and vibe.

    • 53 min
    Episode 139: Dealing With Computer Problems

    Episode 139: Dealing With Computer Problems

    In this episode, I share some tips about dealing with computer problems with they inevitably arise.

    • 58 min
    Episode 138: The Brightness War

    Episode 138: The Brightness War

    In this episode we discuss "why are modern mixes so bright?"

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 137: 10 Good Studio Maintenance Habits

    Episode 137: 10 Good Studio Maintenance Habits

    In This Episode We Talk About 10 Good Studio Maintenance Habits to Get into, which will help keep your studio in top shape.

    • 48 min
    Episode 136: Dealing With Harsh Guitar Harmonics

    Episode 136: Dealing With Harsh Guitar Harmonics

    In this episode we talk about dealing with harsh guitar harmonics. Where they come from, why they exist, and how to handle them.

    • 26 min
    Episode 135: The Transient Life Cycle

    Episode 135: The Transient Life Cycle

    In this Episode We talk about saturation, analog gear, and transients.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
162 Ratings

162 Ratings

Banjo Haystack ,

Super Rad Podcast!

This podcast is super down to earth and transparent. I like the mix of some shorter episodes and longer, detailed episodes.

The way Kendal explains things will encourage and inspire you to try new things/expand creativity, and inform you of numerous ways to do so. While getting deep into the technical side of music production, he always makes it a point to take the concepts and use them in your own way, or to even try something totally different from what he says! Which is cool honestly.

“Do what sounds best to you” is kind of a cliche in the audio world and many audio shows I feel don’t go far enough in explaining ways to get more confident about what “sounds best to you.” Not the case here. This podcast is great in informing about the many different paths to get to that point of confidence and how to be faster about decisions.

Love the detail this podcast gets into. Highly recommend!

scotsmanAZ ,

Great tips and recording insights

Driving from Phoenix to Seattle and then Seattle to Phoenix this December, Kendal’s podcast was a welcome and informative diversion to driving boredom. I loved his candid and honest delivery of the information he’s learned and is willing to share with us all…and good advice it is. Thanks Kendal.  

nixtl ,

Highly Informative Audio Podcast

This podcast rocks for audio people looking to learn a thing or two. Kendal does a great job explaining everything from basic fundamentals to pro tips with a comprehensive look at nearly all aspects of engineering and music production. Highly educational with the occasional opinion thrown in (he always gives a friendly disclaimer in those cases).

Thank you for empowering audio nerds everywhere.

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