WCA #426 with Pete Droge – Seattle Punk Rock, Boombox Multitracking, Investing in Career, Diversifying in all Directions, and Staying Mellow
My guest is Producer/Engineer, Singer-Songwriter & Media Composer Pete Droge. Pete has had a diverse career as a solo artist and producer, working with Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam and Chris Ballew of The Presidents of the United States of America. He’s had movie cameos and hit songs. Produced, engineered, and mixed national broadcast ads. Composed, produced, engineered, and mixed scores for three feature films and several shorts, including Sam Jones’ “Miles to Go Before I Sleep” for Showtime. He’s also had Film and TV placements, including Dumb & Dumber, Zomblieland, Grey’s Anatomy, Nashville, and many more. He’s also a member of the band The Thorns with Matthew Sweet and Shawn Mullins.
WCA #422 with Mat Leffler-Schulman – The Bartender Analogy, Handling Money, Flooded Basements, Analog Mastering, and Oblique Strategies
My guest is Mat Leffler-Schulman, a mastering engineer based out of Baltimore, Maryland, who has worked with Jon Batiste, will.i.am, Blondie, Gipsy Kings, The National Symphony Orchestra, and Ice Cube.
WCA #421 with Raelynn Janicke – Mastering and Managing, New York Hardcore, Absorbing New Info, Being a Good Hang, Staying Healthy, and Communication
My guest is Raelynn Janicke, a mastering engineer and studio manager for Infrasonic in Nashville. Raelynn has worked with The Shins, Hematite, J.R. Carroll, Kayla Hall, Talia Stewart, and Bazookatooth.
WCA #420 with Hugh Padgham Part 2- Approach to Production, Gearbox Records, The Analog Sound, The Excess of the ’80s, and Not Cutting Corners
My guest is Grammy Winning Producer Hugh Padgham who has worked with Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Genesis, The Police, XTC, and David Bowie. He’s also well known for THE Gated Drum Sound on “In The Air Tonight.” This is Part 2 of a 2-part interview.
WCA #419 with Hugh Padgham Part 1- Jingles, Recorders without Counters, Miles Copeland, Townhouse Studios, and THE Gated Drum Sound
My guest is Grammy Winning Producer Hugh Padgham who has worked with Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Genesis, The Police, XTC, and David Bowie. He’s also well known for THE Gated Drum Sound on “In The Air Tonight.”
WCA #418 with Dave Greenberg – Finding Your Value, Studio Real Estate Lessons, Specializing, Learning from Failure, and a Spite Career
My guest is Grammy-Nominated mastering engineer Dave Greenberg who has worked with Lamb, Switchfoot, Gone is Gone, Niklas Paschburg, The Soft Moon, The Shotgun Wedding Quintet, Mickey Hart, Jelen, Feed the Rhino, and many more.
WCA #417 with Pamela Parker – Hyde Street Studios, Occupying Multiple Lanes, Collaboration, Growing Up In DC, and Penny Loafers with Dimes
My guest is Producer, Engineer & Funk Rock Artist Pamela Parker, based in San Francisco. Pamela has worked with Flor De Toloache, Iman Shumpert, and Shock-G and is also a staff engineer at the famed Hyde Street Studios.
WCA #416 with Jez riley French – Listening Below the Surface, Contact Mics and Hydrophones, Traces, Swapping Cassettes, and Music Shop Blokes
My guest is Sound Artist Jez riley French. Jez is widely regarded as having played a pivotal role in expanding the use of contact microphones, hydrophones, electromagnetic coils, ultrasonic detectors, geophones, and VLF receivers in the sound arts, sound design (for the screen, theatre, and radio), and music in a wide range of contexts. His work has included commissions and performances for
WCA #412 with Nathan Ruyle – Growing Up on a Farm, The Wild West, Sound for Film, Bootstrapping and Staying Nimble
My guest today is a Sound Designer / Re-recording Mixer and founder of This Is Sound Design in Burbank, California. Nathan’s credits include Joyland – Cannes Jury Prize, Academy Awards, I Love My Dad – SXSW Jury & Audience Award, The Voyeurs – Amazon Studios United Skates – HBO, Academy Awards Short List Searching – Sony, Sundance.