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Grammy winning mix engineer Dave Pensado and veteran manager/executive producer Herb Trawick are the host and co-host of Pensado’s Place. A weekly talk show covering the audio and music spectrum, its craftsman and the business of. Pensado’s Place has been called the “Charlie Rose of audio”, a description that sits fine with both Herb and Dave.

Pensado’s Place segments cover include interviews, technique application, interactive audience participation, speed rounds and more. Along with location shoots, sweepstakes, gear and career opportunities, thought leader analysis of the challenges and evolution in the audio and music space, Pensado’s place is the tv show for the casual enthusiast up to the long term professional.

With mix credits including Michael Jackson, Kelly Clarkson, AfroJack, Beyonce, Elton John, Christina Aguilera and Jill Scott, Dave is acknowledged as one of the leading online educators for all things audio. Trawick's experience as a successful manager makes him the resident expert on intellectual property, business affairs, career consultation, digital media and more. There is a reason over 120 schools globally use Pensado’s Place as curriculum.

In its 5th year, with over 210 episodes, seen in over 150 countries, monthly viewers between 550,000 and 700,000 people, double digit audience growth, Pensado’s Place will continue to bring together the premier audio community on the planet.
221 Episodes
Our guest's work goes from Wu Tang Clan to Zac Brown Band. He is joining us all the way from Amsterdam, please welcome to the desk Producer / Sound Designer, Shroom!
This week's guest is a U.K. native who has taken over the U.S. music charts with production for artists like Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Teyana Taylor, Nas, Pusha T, and many more. He is also a co-owner of Antares Tech and came up with the idea for Auto-tune "classic mode" and "auto-key". Later, he is joined by his mentor and a great friend of the show - the legendary Producer / Engineer, Mike Dean. You're at The Place!
This is Part 2 of our discussion with the man who is singlehandedly moving the entire rock genre forward with his incredible contributions to projects like Tool's latest, "Fear Inoculum", Slipknot's "We Are Not Your Kind", Alice in Chains' "Rainier Fog", and more. Please welcome to the desk, Joe Barresi!
This week's guest is singlehandedly moving the entire rock genre forward with his incredible contributions to projects like Tool's latest, "Fear Inoculum", Slipknot's "We Are Not Your Kind", Alice in Chains' "Rainier Fog", and more. Please welcome to the desk, Joe Barresi!
Ruff Mix Master Gordie makes his appearance in today's episode and he brought his dad, Grammy Award Winning Mix Engineer Alex Tumay. Tune in as we take a long overdue deep dive with Multi-Platinum Mix Engineer, Alex Tumay!
This week's guest went from working in his bedroom to the top of the charts. Please welcome to The Place, Grammy Nominated / Multiplatinum Producer Mick Schultz!BIO:Mick Schultz is a grammy-nominated music producer who achieved multi-platinum success by blazing his own trail through the music industry when he was just a teenager. The St. Louis native moved to Chicago at the age of 18 and soon after he met Jeremih while attending Columbia College. The two began making music in Schultz’s makeshift apartment studio and their chemistry was palpable. The duo co-wrote and produced Jeremih’s self-titled debut album and took it to a local Chicago radio station with hopes of getting their first single “Birthday Sex” played. The song was an instant hit after it aired and soon every major label was calling to make a deal.The two went on to spawn mega hits “Down On Me” featuring 50 Cent, “Don’t Tell ‘Em” featuring YG, and “I Like” featuring Ludacris firmly establishing Schultz as one of the top new go-to music producers. Since breaking into the industry Schultz has went on to earn two grammy nominations and produced multiple hits for various artist including Why Don’t We, Max Frost, Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson, Jez Dior, SoMo, and Zendaya to name a few. Whether from a makeshift studio or in his own state-of-the-art recording studio, Schultz has always been driven by the desire to make music. Constantly pushing his own limits, he pours his all into writing and producing rather than getting sidetracked by publicity or image. Artists who work with him have noted they can hear a difference in their music after working in his studio, where they’re free of the pressure of timetabled sessions and can reap the benefits of a hands-on producer who simply loves to inspire and vibe with other music lovers. In 2019 Schultz took his passion for independent projects and love for developing new talent and created Upside Records, a joint venture label under Atlantic Records. Schultz is currently producing and overseeing projects for various artist.
This week's guest worked his way from unpaid intern to Grammy Winning Multiplatinum Engineer. Please welcome to The Place, David "Yungin" Kim!BIO: Originally from Seoul, Korea, David Kim quickly learned that the standard route of attending a four-year college and climbing the corporate ladder in a cubicle wasn’t for him. He decided to cultivate his passion for the technical side of music at Musicians Institute, graduating with a certificate in audio engineering at the top of his class in 2010 and subsequently landing an internship at Chalice Recording Studios, one of the top recording studios in Los Angeles. Over the next few years, he tirelessly worked his way up from unpaid intern to head engineer.David was later presented with the opportunity to engineer full-time for Hit-Boy, an American producer, rapper, and songwriter best known for producing smash hits such as “N***as In Paris” by Jay-Z and Kanye West, “Goldie” by A$AP Rocky, “Trophies” by Drake,” and “Clique” by Kanye West, Jay-Z & Big Sean.Since then, David has transitioned into a part-time gig with Hit-Boy in order to dedicate more of his time to freelancing. He’s worked with notable artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, Ariana Grande, DJ Khaled, Mary J. Blige, and Future, among others. Some highlights of his career up to this point include winning a GRAMMY for working on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly as well as recording and mixing Nipsey Hussle’s last song, “Racks In The Middle.” He has worked with artists across multiple genres of music, and his passion for audio engineering has taken him to studios all over the world.
This week's guest needs no introduction. He is the lead Singer of hot reggae / punk band, Sublime with Rome. Please welcome to The Place, Rome Ramirez!
Today's guest is Composer / Producer, Kristen Agee! She is the CEO & Founder of 411 Music Group - a company that provides synchronization licensing, publishing, administration, custom score, artist development and digital distribution for music rights. Tune in to learn new ways to monetize your music and get heard. You're at The Place!
Summer NAMM was a blast last month in Nashville! Join us for our conversation with some of the hottest songwriters and producers in the country - Ross Copperman, Luke Laird, & Beth Laird!
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