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WCA #387 with Bobby Owsinski

WCA #387 with Bobby Owsinski – The Mix Engineers Handbook, Dolby Atmos, Collecting Ideas, Networking, and Clarity

My guest is a mixer, producer, author, and coach Bobby Owsinski. Bobby is the author of many books, including The Mixing Engineers Handbook; Bobby has also worked with many artists and companies, including Mick Taylor, Joe Houston, Rhino DVD, Forbes, Surround Pro Magazine, Adrianna Marie, and her Groovecutters. This is Bobby’s second appearance on the show.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Dolby Atmos
  • 5.1 Surround
  • Kludging Surround Tools Together
  • The Mix Engineers Handbook
  • Smart Plugins
  • Dynamics Timing
  • Self-Mastering
  • Saturation
  • Collecting Ideas
  • Networking
  • Clarity

Matt’s Rant: Random Thoughts

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Bobby Owsinski
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #386 with Richard Dodd Part 2

WCA #386 with Richard Dodd – Kung Fu Fighting, Cowboy Engineering, Testing Limits, Sleight of Hand, and The Old Way

My guest is a self-described lucky bastard, grammy-winning engineer Richard Dodd who has worked with Tom Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Clannad, Mike Moran, Del Newman, and Brian Protheroe. This is part 2 of a two-part interview.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Cowboy Engineering
  • Being English in America 
  • Phoning it In
  • Color vs Blur
  • SSL in the 80s – More like SLS
  • NECAM Automation
  • Magic Box from America
  • DBX-160
  • Buying a House
  • Harrison Consoles
  • Michael Moran 
  • Harry’s Game 
  • Working in Northern Ireland
  • Prophet 5 
  • Looped Vocals
  • Making loop in the old days
  • Theme from Harry’s Game 
  • Family Harmonies
  • Enya
  • Matchmaking in America
  • Kung Fu Fighting – The First #1
  • Key to Continuing Work
  • Understanding Finances
  • Sleight of Hand
  • The Old Way
  • Digital’s Not There Yet
  • Testing Limits – Exploring “What if?”
  • Getting Involved in Mastering

Matt’s Rant: Your Audio Community

Matt’s Rant: Your Audio Community

Credits

  • Guest: Richard Dodd
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #385 with Richard Dodd Part 1

WCA #385 with Richard Dodd – Electronics Apprentice, Lansdowne Studios, Peter Coleman, Ashley Howe, Trying To Fit In, and Dropping in For the First Time

My guest is a self-described lucky bastard, grammy-winning engineer Richard Dodd who has worked with Tom Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Clannad, Mike Moran, Del Newman, and Brian Protheroe.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Luton Beginnings
  • School Band
  • Peter Coleman
  • Ashley Howe
  • Discovering Recording at 14
  • First Professional Recording Gig
  • Put Up or Shut Up
  • Counsel Housing
  • Electronics Apprentice
  • British Aircraft Corporation
  • Late Night Friday Sessions
  • Lansdowne Studios
  • Cassettes
  • Studio Interview Golden Questions
  • Leaving His Apprenticeship
  • Studio Trajectory in England as a New Engineer
  • From Within the Rabbit Hole
  • Trying To Fit In
  • LA – Like Walking Into The Movies
  • Overcoming Studio Hazing
  • Recording All Night at 17
  • Atomic Rooster 
  • Solid Family Life
  • Dropping in For the First Time
  • Gerald Chevin
  • Helping Annie Farrow
  • Respect for Musicians
  • Stanley Myers 
  • Editing Tape – No Redos
  • Going Freelance

Matt’s Rant: The Role of Gear

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Richard Dodd
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #384 with Sam Moses

WCA #384 with Sam Moses – Private Closet Parties, Musical Assassins, Focusing on Mastering, Leaving the Church, and The Curtain Wall System

My guest is Mastering engineer Sam Moses based in Nashville. Sam has worked with Billy Ray Cyrus, Joan, Nightly, Smallpools, Shoffy, and The Aces. Sam has also developed The Curtain Wall system of acoustics.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Growing Up in the Middle of Nowhere
  • Aspiring Pro Golfer
  • Blue Grass Cross Roads
  • Cornfield Concerts
  • Secret Boombox Rap Recordings
  • Discovering Music As A Career
  • Chicago Living
  • Recording vs. Rock Stardom
  • Zach Jablow 
  • Making HipHop Beats
  • Working Retail
  • Keys to The Studio
  • Discount Apartment Recording to Keys For a Studio
  • Private Closet Parties
  • Learning Mastering
  • West Palm Beach’s Creative Sound
  • Daniel Zayas 
  • Studio Artist Development Project
  • A Good Step but Not enough
  • Joe Barresi 
  • Mix with the Masters in France
  • Going to Nashville
  • Michael Hugues 
  • Musical Assassins
  • Paul Moak 
  • Focusing on Mastering
  • People make it possible
  • Mentoring Matthew Garber
  • From Mentor to Peer Births a Podcast
  • The Attack and Release Show
  • Home Studio Evolution 
  • The Curtain Wall System
  • Nashville Community
  • Leaving the Church
  • Focus on the Present
  • Bad Religion (Not the band)

Matt’s Rant: The Importance of Our Peers

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Sam Moses
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #383 with Michael Cumming

WCA #383 with Michael Cumming – Trading London for Philly, Leaving School, Cooking, Building a Studio, and Rewarding the People You Inconvenience

My guest is London-born, Philly-based producer/engineer Michael Cumming who has worked with The Sun Ra ArkestraOrion SunOdean Pope, Tom Hamilton, Sophie CoranTrap Rabbit

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Moving from London to Philly
  • Falling in Love with the US
  • Brothers Influence
  • Leaving School
  • Cooking
  • Building a Studio
  • Business with Friends
  • Communication
  • Rewarding the People You Inconvenience
  • Get Up and Go Attitude
  • Gil Norton at Costco
  • Quality of Life
  • Trust in the Accent
  • Age Challenges
  • Harvesting Spaghetti
  • Philly Studio
  • Building Acoustic Treatments
  • Open Room Recording
  • Getting Financially Comfortable
  • Gear Issues

Matt’s Rant: ATMOS Update: Post ATMOS Tuning Update

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Michael Cumming
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #382 with Sara Carter

WCA #382 with Sara Carter – COVID Silver Linings, Learning By Teaching, Giving Away Secrets, Self Development Time, and Having Fun With It

My guest is the return of mixing engineer Sara Carter who has worked with Corinne Bailey Rae, KT Tunstall, Wistful Sleepers, and BPMoore. Sara has worked at the BBC, worked in the Motor Trade, and has a great YouTube channel called Simply Mixing.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • COVID Silver Linings
  • Simply Mixing on YouTube
  • Learning to Learn
  • Brewing Exams
  • Teaching Visually
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Opportunities from YouTube
  • Warren Huart 
  • Produce Like a Pro
  • Video Challenges
  • Putting It All Out There
  • Learning from Content Creation
  • Mix with the Masters 
  • Overcoming Self-Doubt
  • Taking A Chance
  • Balancing Mixing and YouTube
  • Self Development Time
  • Advice for Aspiring Audio Teachers
  • Equipment for YouTube 
  • Lack of Trolls
  • Learning By Teaching
  • Audio Gigs from YouTube
  • One-to-One Mentorship 
  • Production Advice for YouTube
  • Get It Working, Then Improve
  • Giving Away Secrets
  • Having Fun With It

Matt’s Rant: ATMOS Update: It’s all working!

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Sara Carter
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #381 with Ed Stasium

WCA #380 with Ed Stasium – Tape Recorders, Making Prank Calls, Living Colour, Vari Speeding JFK, Time Travel, and the Lockerbie Plane Crash

My guest is Producer/Engineer Ed Stasium who has worked with Skull Snaps, The Ramones, Talking Heads, Living Colour, the SMitherreens, and many more.

In this episode, we discuss:

Matt’s Rant: Inspiring Others

Links and Show Notes

  • edstasium.com
  • WCA on Instagram
  • Connect with Matt on Linkedin
  • Current sponsors & promos

Credits

  • Guest: Ed Stasium
  • Host: Matt Boudreau
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #380 with Nick Raskulinecz

WCA #380 with Nick Raskulinecz – Rock Star Dreams, From Runner to Grammy Winning Producer, The Foo Fighters Story, Connecting with People, and Living on Taco Bell

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Growing up in Knoxville.
  • Rock Star Dreams. 
  • Falling in love with the guitar.
  • Instrument knowledge helps speak the language.
  • Drummers are a different breed.
  • College money bought an 8-track.
  • Switching gears – Dreams of Rock stardom to Recording Guru.
  • Brian Bell 
  • Opportunity at Sound City.
  • Living on Taco Bell and loving it.
  • From runner to assistant.
  • Leaving the nest – quitting the band.
  • The recording obsession.
  • Greg Fidleman 
  • Transitioning beyond assistant.
  • Odd jobs to engineer.
  • Danzig 
  • Duff McKagan 
  • Barely surviving but doing well.
  • The Foo Fighters Story.
  • Working on One By One 
  • Matt Hyde 
  • Connecting with people.
  • Logistics on getting paid.
  • Alice and Chains and the new singer.
  • Breaking the ice with a new group.
  • Working with Rush
  • What decisions made this career possible?
  • Work-life balance.
  • Moving back to Tennessee – Family matters.

Matt’s Rant: Perseverance

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Nick Raskulinecz
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA#379 with Margaret Luthar

WCA #379 with Margaret Luthar – BANFF, NPR, Moving to Big Bad LA, The Studio Bubble, and Fancy Cocktails

My guest is Broadcast Recording tech and Grammy Winning Mastering engineer Margaret Luthar. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Moving to LA From Nashville
  • NPR
  • Welcome to 1979 
  • Chicago Mastering Service 
  • What Works and What Doesn’t 
  • Finding the Right Software for Each Client
  • The Value of CRM 
  • Living in Norway
  • BANFF 
  • Canadian Immigration Drama
  • Pennsylvania Origins
  • Why NPR After Cutting Vinyl?
  • Acknowledging the Studio Bubble
  • Work-Life Balance & Freelance
  • Benefits of a Corporate Environment
  • Moving to Big Bad LA
  • Mary Mazurek on WCA
  • The Importance of Always Learning 
  • Running For a Clear Mind
  • Staying Mobile
  • Fancy Cocktails 
  • Acclimating To a New Place

Matt’s Rant: Dolby Atmos Update

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Margaret Luthar
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #378 with Ryan Ulyate

WCA #378 with Ryan Ulyate – Self Taught Skills, Making a Living, Vibe Patrol, Dolby Atmos, Tom Petty, and Whatever It Takes

My guest is Grammy Nominated producer/engineer Ryan Ulyate who has worked with Tom Petty, George Harrison, Traveling Wilburys, Mick Fleetwood & Friends, and ELO.

In this episode, we discuss:

Matt’s Rant: Just Doing It!

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Ryan Ulate
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #377 with Rob Folson Jr.

WCA #377 with Rob Folson Jr – DMV, Go Go Music, Working for the Church, 9 to 5 Audio, and The Drag that is Commuting

My guest is a producer, engineer, mixer, Rob Folson Jr., who has worked with Rare Essence, The Chuck Brown Band, Ceelo Green, Citizen Cope, Blackbyrds, The Huck-a-Bucks, Tracey Lee, Black Alley, Greg Rice, Leonard Taylor-Arron Burroughs.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • The DMV
  • Quitting College
  • Go Go Music
  • Discovery of Recording
  • Sequencers
  • Playing The Kennedy Center
  • Church Mixing
  • Working for the Church
  • Charles Harris
  • A/V for the NIH (National Institute of Health)
  • Benefits and 401K
  • The Drag that is Commuting
  • Home Studio
  • Studio One
  • Dealing with Burnout

Matt’s Rant: Helping Ukraine

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Rob Folson Jr. 
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #376 with Brian Charles

WCA #376 with Brian Charles- Zippah Recording Studio Fire, Community Support, Band Directors, Studio Insurance, and The Jimi Hendrix Pep Rally

My guest is Brian Charles, producer, engineer, mixer, writer, educator, guitarist, and plug-in designer. Brian has worked with The Sheila Divine, Dispatch, Weakened Friends, Marina and the Diamonds, The Gigolo Aunts, and Mike Slap. Brian is the owner of Zippah recording which suffered fire damage in December of 2021.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Moving Around As a KId
  • Boston
  • Grade School Rock Band
  • Early Recording Discoveries
  • Jimi Hendrix Pep Rally 
  • Band Directors
  • Being a Tape Op
  • Writing and Producing
  • Zippah Recording Studio Fire
  • Making Improvements
  • Studio Finances
  • Water and Smoke
  • The Smell of a Campfire
  • Community Support
  • Studio Insurance
  • Manufacturer Support
  • Transatlantic Reverb

Matt’s Rant: Dolby Atmos Update

Show Notes

Rant Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Brian Charles
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #375 with Hillary Johnson

WCA #375 with Hillary Johnson – Home Ownership, Pandemic Records, Experiencing The Symphony, Home R&D, and The Love of Recording Bands

My guest is  New York-based recording engineer and producer Hillary Johnson Hillary has worked with Bootblacks, Bell Hollow, The Prids, and Second Still. This is Hillary’s second appearance on the show. Her first appearance was on WCA #003.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Home Ownership
  • Moving To the Exurbs
  • Future Home Studio
  • Livestreaming DJ
  • Home R&D
  • AV Design
  • Learning Logic
  • Home Studio Plans
  • House Buying Process
  • Experiencing The Symphony
  • Having Your Own Space
  • Having a Day Job
  • New York Recording Ecosystem
  • Studio Closings
  • Pandemic Records
  • The Love of Recording Bands

Matt’s Rant: Collectors and Users

Credits

  • Guest: Hillary Johnson
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #374 with Kolton Lee

WCA #374 with Kolton Lee – Target Karaoke Machine, Dumpster Diving, Working with Jacquire King, Finding Your Role, and the Green Beret’s of Audio

My guest is mixer, engineer, producer Kolton Lee. Kolton worked with producer Jacquire King for several years and has worked with artists such as Daughtry and Shania Twain. He currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Cave Creek, AZ
  • Target Karaoke Machine
  • Garageband
  • Dumpster Diving
  • Craig Schumacher
  • Cave Creek Studio
  • The Need to Grow
  • Moving to Nashville
  • Working with Jacquire King
  • Session Documentation
  • Green Beret’s of Audio
  • Finding Your Role
  • Working Multiple Jobs
  • Financial Advice
  • Moving Back to Arizona
  • Working with High Profile Artists
  • Getting Reestablished
  • Luna and Apollo’s

Matt’s Rant: Audio and Fame

Credits

  • Guest: Kolton Lee
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #373 with Mark Abrams

WCA #372 with Mark Abrams – Puremix, Supportive Family, Automation, Intention, and Skipping the Bar for the SSL

My guest is Columbus, Ohio-based Producer/Mixing Engineer Mark Abrams. Mark has worked with Angel Lopez (Kanye West, Coldplay, Sam Smith), Kara Dioguardi, Spencer Sutherland, Buggie, Effee, Mark Stepro (Drummer for Butch Walker, The Wallflowers, Aaron Lee Tasjan), Ryan Brown (Drummer for Dweezil Zappa), Kid Runner, and Lydia Loveless. Mark is also the content manager for Puremix.

In this episode, we discuss:

Matt’s Rant: Staying on Top of Your Money

Credits

  • Guest: Mark Abrams
  • Producer/Host/Engineer: Matt Boudreau 
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #372 with Glenn Schick

WCA #372 with Glenn Schick – Mastering Without Speakers, Customer Service, Audio Travel Tips, Streaming Levels, and Working Remote

My guest is Grammy-Winning mastering engineer Glenn Schick. Glenn abandoned his old mastering rooms in Atlanta and masters all of his records on the go, on headphones, and travels the world doing so.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Queens Upbringing
  • Discovering Recording
  • Transitioning To Mastering
  • Moving to Atlanta
  • Atlanta Hip-Hop
  • Customer Service
  • Downsizing
  • Working in The Box
  • Mastering Without Speakers
  • Retraining the Brain
  • Room Simulation Software
  • Audio Travel Tips
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Streaming Levels
  • Vinyl Mastering
  • New Communities
  • Working Remote

Matt’s Rant: Our Passion

Credits

  • Guest: Glenn Schick
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #371 with Pete Morse

WCA #371 with Pete Morse – Mixing for Video, Sketchy Contractors, Working From Home, Camaraderie, and Frozen Dance Partys

My guest is Pete Morse, who runs Red Vault Audio in Portland, Maine.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Portland Studios
  • Red Vault Audio
  • WWF
  • Working From Home
  • Building a Studio at Home
  • Studio Build Details
  • Sketchy Contractors
  • Camaraderie
  • Mixing for Video
  • Stock Music Creation
  • Perfectionism
  • MTV Influence
  • Pink Floyd
  • 0% Financing
  • Streamdeck
  • Worklife Balance
  • Frozen Dance Partys
  • SBA Counseling
  • Family Communication

Matt’s Rant: More Backup Talk!

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Pete Morse
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #370 with Nikki McGuinness

WCA #370 with Nikki McGuinness – Farm Life, Studio Building, Thinking on Your Feet, Pygmy Goats, and Falling Off Ladders

My guest is Songwriter / Engineer / Producer Nikki McGuinness, who runs Creation X Recording based on a farm in Berkshire, England.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Farm Life
  • Building a Studio
  • Contractors
  • Open Recording Spaces
  • Learning to Record
  • The Corporate World
  • Low-Grade Depression
  • Health Issues
  • Thinking on Your Feet
  • Pygmy Goats
  • Loving Life
  • Ladders
  • Creative ventures
  • Choosing Gear
  • Sylvia Massey

Matt’s Rant: Capturing Stories

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Nikki McGuinness
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #369 with Heidi Trefethen & Ben Bernstein

WCA #369 with Ben Bernstein and Heidi Trefethen – Dolby Atmos, Gear Purchases, Audio Janitors, and Breaking Into Matts’ House

My guests today are former WCA guests Heidi Trefethen and Ben Bernstein. Heidi is a French Hornist, multi-instrumentalist, educator, and sought-after sound engineer. Ben is a producer, engineer, and mixer based in Oakland, California.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Dolby Atmos
  • Studios Vs. Covid
  • Future Sessions
  • Skywalker Sound
  • Gear Purchases
  • Studio Ownership
  • Breaking Into Matt’s House
  • Gear Lending Library
  • Broken Guitars
  • Mountain Music
  • Great Musicians
  • Getting Along
  • Audio Janitors

Matt’s Rant: Mixing it Up!

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Heidi Trefethen & Ben Bernstein
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith

WCA #368 with Wavy Wayne

WCA #368 with Wavy Wayne – Thinking Bigger Picture, One Bad Night, Audio Education, Social Media Advice, and 7 AM Algebra

My guest is mixing engineer and audio educator Wavy Wayne, who has worked with Jim Jones, Future, Ashanti, Yo Gotti, Dave East, and many more.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • St. Louis
  • Discovering Music
  • Being a Kid Rapper
  • Positive Studio Exposure
  • Stage Fright
  • Sony Acid
  • Education
  • 7 AM Algebra
  • One Bad Night
  • Getting Kicked Out of Full Sail
  • Surviving in New York
  • Audio Education
  • School Debt
  • Thinking Bigger Picture
  • Teaching in St. Louis
  • Social Media Advice

Matt’s Rant: Clear the Clutter!

Links and Show Notes

Credits

  • Guest: Wavy Wayne
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Engineer: Matt Boudreau
  • Producer: Matt Boudreau
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith