Working Class Audio #197 with Pete Weiss!!!
Pete Weiss is a New England-based producer/engineer/mixer/
In 1989 he co-founded Zippah Studio in Boston. Selling his share of Zippah in 2004, he built and opened Verdant Studio, an “open room” retreat-style studio with artist lodging in rural Vermont which he now uses as a home base.
When not in the studio, Weiss fronts the instrumental band The Weisstronauts and is a member of the experimental pop collective known as Sool. He released a solo album in 1996 and three albums while fronting the subversive Pete Weiss & the Rock Band from 1995-2000. He has scored four independent films, “Methods” (1998), “Metal” (2001), “Bad Gravity” (with Sool 2006), and “The Arcadian Ideal” (2007).
He is a Senior Contributor for Tape Op Magazine, writing reviews of audio equipment as well as conducting interviews with recording industry figures. Over the years he has served on many panels & workshops at Tape Op’s and Potluck Audio conferences. In the early 1990’s Weiss authored two books on baseball, “Baseball’s All Time Goats” and “Longshots!”, both published by Adams Media.
About this Interview:
Pete joins me to talk about his early career and decision making, his transition to building a rural studio, the lessons learned in that rural environment and his decision to sell and try a different recording adventure. plus much more. Enjoy! – Matt
Show Notes and Links
- Pete’s site : www.weissy.com
- Verdant Studio: www.verdantstudio.com
- Verdant Studio for sale info / photos: https://goo.gl/AQ5Zy6
- My instrumental guitar band: www.weisstronauts.com
- Articles / interviews I’ve done for Tape Op Magazine:: https://tapeop.com/articles/
- Gear reviews I’ve done for Tape Op: https://tapeop.com/reviews/
- My personal page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pete.
- Instagram: peteweiss2000
- Pete’s work on Spotify.: https://goo.gl/QSEjJR