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Sound Experience explores the vast world of audio production through the ears of your host, mixing engineer and producer Tim Dolbear. Tim explores every aspect of music production while hanging out with professional audio engineers, musicians, and manufacturers who shape today’s music. Sound Experience is an interactive audience driven show that answers your questions and helps us all strive for excellence while creating our works of art.
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Robert L. Smith is an Oscar and Grammy winning, Emmy nominated Producer/Engineer/Mixer based in New York City. After 25+ years of working with the biggest names in music, his resume reads like a who’s who of modern pop music.His work includes producing, recording and mixing numerous Billboard top 100 charting songs including 'Teenage Dream' and 'Hey, Soul Sister' with The Warblers for hit television show Glee. Robert has worked on recording projects with Lady Gaga for the single 'Speechless' which topped the Billboard Hot Singles Sales Chart in 2010 as well as tracks by Aerosmith, David Bowie and U2.Robert's Emmy Award nomination was earned for the documentary 'Full Battle Rattle' with composer Paul Brill, for which Robert was Producer, Sound Recordist and Sound Mixer.
Marc DeGeorge is the US Sales Marketing Manager, Retail Products at Solid State Logic talks about redefining the classic SSL analog console technology for the fast moving DAW workflow. Exponential Audio Founder Michael Carnes talks with Tim about the technology and applications of Exponential's fantastic reverb plugin, which is widely used in movie sound design, most recently in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Josquin des Pres is President and CEO of Track Star Entertainment. He is a renowned producer, composer, musician, manager, studio owner, prolific author and lifelong music impresario. Josquin des Pres grew up in France and relentlessly focused on becoming a professional musician and composer. Still in his teens, Josquin landed his first record deal signing first with United Artist Records and then RCA Records. After touring the world with some of the biggest acts in France and becoming one of the most sought-after session bass player in the region, Josquin moved to Southern California to take his career to the next level. Over the years Josquin has consistently maintained the respect of his peers through the music industry. His business successes and credits with some of the biggest names in the industry make him an invaluable asset to any entrepreneurial music venture. Josquin des Pres’ credits range from co-writing numerous songs with Elton John’s legendary lyricist Bernie Taupin, to composing for over 40 Television shows as well as producing and playing bass on over 100 CD’s for numerous major and independent record labels.
Grammy and Pensado award winning mastering engineer Brad Blackwood started his recording career in high school, working with several of his friends’ rock n’ roll bands. Even as he attended college he was drawn to music, selling hifi equipment at local shops. The more he learned about the reproduction of music, the more his desire to work in the recording industry grew. He moved to Memphis and began honing his skills as an engineer at Ardent Studios. After spending several years learning the ins and outs of recording and mixing, Brad turned his focus on resurrecting Ardent Mastering, a division which had closed years before. His success was immediate as he learned user and cultivated working relationships with producing and engineering greats such as John Hampton, John Fry, Jim Dickinson, Skidd Mills, and Jim Gaines. “It was a great learning experience, being thrown into sessions with such amazing producers and engineers. These guys had worked with everyone in the book so I had to get it right the first time.”In 2003, Brad decided it was time to expand the service he offered his clients and the result is Euphonic Masters. His client base followed, allowing him to continue to work with a wide variety of artists including Maroon 5, Lamb of God, Korn, Alison Krauss Union Station, the Black Eyed Peas, Sara Bareilles, Sick Puppies, Thursday, Saving Abel, the North Mississippi Allstars, Sister Hazel, and many more.
Scott Robertson, CEO of RobertsonComm, has more than 25 years public relations and marketing communications experience with a wide range of consumer and business-to-business organizations including: the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), Hewlett Packard, Global Village Communications, Nextel Communications, Warner Music Group, The DVD+RW Alliance (including HP, Dell, Philips, Sony, Ricoh, Mitsubishi Chemical and Yamaha) and Cox Communications. Scott is a subject matter expert on branding, communications, public relations, social media and digital marketing and currently represents leading music, technology and b2b professional service brands from around the world.
Kevin Becka has been a musician and recording engineer for over 30 years. He has engineered and been on the production teams for the top names in secular and Christian music including George Benson, Kenny G., Quincy Jones, Michael Bolton, Matt Maher, Gretchen Harris, Danielle Rose, Paul Melle, Tom Booth, George Lynch, and more. Kevin has taught audio recording at the High School and post-secondary levels including teaching surround recording at the Danish Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark; advanced recording at Belmont University; and served as a Director of Education, instructor and lecturer for over 10 years. Kevin is also a seasoned journalist serving as editor of both Audio Media and Pro Audio Review magazines, and has been technical editor of Mix Magazine since 2003 where he writes the TechTalk column, product reviews and features. In his work with Mix, Kevin has written, produced and hosted webcasts for Royer Labs, Millennia Media, Avid, Focusrite, Lynx Studio, Universal Audio, Mackie, Shure and Stanford Research. Kevin is a voting member of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), a board member of The Society of Professional Recording Services (SPARS) and a member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES).
Joe Palmaccio has been mastering major and independent album projects of all styles of music for more than 27 years. His mastering of hundreds of albums for an enormous variety of artists, producers, and record labels has earned him an industry-wide reputation as a highly respected expert in the field of mastering. Joe’s expertise allows him to skillfully master anything from the latest digital single to timeless catalogs of the past.
Erik Zobler has recorded and mixed for some of the best musicians and singers in the world — names like Miles Davis, Anita Baker, George Duke, Sara Vaughn, Joe Sample. He has received multiple Grammies and Grammy nominations. He was George Duke’s Recording, Mixing and FOH engineer for 32+ years and he apprenticed as a mastering engineer with the Legendary George Horn at CBS Studios in San Francisco.
Craig Anderton is the Executive Vice President of Gibson and former Executive Editor of EQ magazine. He talks about his approach to mixing, using plugins, proper stereo imaging and ways audio engineers can avoid hearing loss.
Kevin Becka has been a musician and recording engineer for over 30 years. He has engineered and been on the production teams for the top names in secular and Christian music including George Benson, Kenny G., Quincy Jones, Michael Bolton, Matt Maher, Gretchen Harris, Danielle Rose, Paul Melle, Tom Booth, George Lynch, and more.Kevin has taught audio recording at the High School and post-secondary levels including teaching surround recording at the Danish Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark; advanced recording at Belmont University; and served as a Director of Education, instructor and lecturer for over 10 years.Kevin is also a seasoned journalist serving as editor of both Audio Media and Pro Audio Review magazines, and has been technical editor of Mix Magazine since 2003 where he writes the TechTalk column, product reviews and features. In his work with Mix, Kevin has written, produced and hosted webcasts for Royer Labs, Millennia Media, Avid, Focusrite, Lynx Studio, Universal Audio, Mackie, Shure and Stanford Research.Kevin is a voting member of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), a board member of The Society of Professional Recording Services (SPARS) and a member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES).
Craig Anderton is the Executive Vice President of Gibson and former Executive Editor of EQ magazine.Craig talks about his approach to mastering, achieving loudness while maintaining an organic dynamic range. He discusses some of the tools and techniques available in Sonar Cakewalk  and where Digital Audio Workstations are going in general.
Steven Epstein, an American producer of classical music received a B.Sc. in Music education from Hofstra University in 1973.Epstein has worked with artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, Plácido Domingo, Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Murray Perahia, Emanuel Ax, Bobby McFerrin, and groups such as Juilliard String Quartet, Tokyo String Quartet, Fine Arts Quartet, Punch Brothers. He has worked with the Vienna, Berlin and New York Philharmonic Orchestras, and with the Chicago, Cleveland, London, Concertgebouw, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Los Angeles Symphony Orchestras. Epstein was the Senior Executive Producer of Sony Classical and now produces and engineers independently. He has won 17 Grammys, including 7 for Classical Producer of the Year and 1 for Classical Album of the Year.He is also adjunct professor of Classical Music Recording at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Joe Palmaccio has been mastering major and independent album projects of all styles of music for more than 27 years.  His mastering of hundreds of albums for an enormous variety of artists, producers, and record labels has earned him an industry-wide reputation as a highly respected expert in the field of mastering.  Joe's expertise allows him to skillfully master anything from the latest digital single to timeless catalogs of the past
MARK RUBEL has taught audio, music technology, music business, and the history of rock to thousands of students since 1985. He has taught at various colleges and universities, and served as the Audio and Recording Director at Eastern Illinois University’s $70 million Doudna Arts Center.Mark has recorded and produced extensively since 1980, both at his Pogo Studio in Champaign, Illinois and elsewhere. His list of clients includes Hum, Alison Krauss, Rascal Flatts, Fall Out Boy, Ludacris, Adrian Belew, Luther Allison, Jay Bennett, Melanie, Ian Hobson, Henry Butler and many more. For the Wall to Wall/Ellnora Guitar Festival, he has recorded Los Lobos, Calexico, Ani DiFranco, The National, Junior Brown, Derek Trucks, Taj Mahal and many others.He serves as panelist, moderator, lecturer, workshop leader and recording judge at numerous audio conferences, including national and regional Audio Engineering Society Conferences, the Tape Op and Potluck Conferences, SXSW, and many more. He is on the national board of SPARS (the Society of Professional Recording Services) and also belongs to NARAS, AES, ASCAP, MEIEA and EARS.Mark is a musician, recording engineer and producer, and also works as a consultant and legal expert witness in the fields of audio and copyright. He has written occasionally in such publications as Mix Magazine and for Tape Op Magazine, for whom he interviewed Les Paul.
Moses Avalon is one of the top music business experts in the country. Having spent over 30 years in the business, he has seen the ups and downs and has focused his efforts on helping artists protect their rights. His artist rights advocacy endeavors have helped thousands of artists directly in addition to the 14,000+ who subscribe to his monthly newsletter where he profiles the numerous opportunities and pitfalls in the industry. As an author, his top selling music industry references, Million Dollar Mistakes and Confessions of a Record Producer continue to be required reading in over 50 music business courses around the world including the music business programs at such prestigious colleges and universities as UCLA, Loyola, and NYU.
Bob Katz is an audio mastering engineer and author of a popular book on audio mastering. Katz has mastered three Grammy Award-winning albums and one nominated album. He has received acclaim from audiophiles and his book on mastering has received acclaim, with some considering it the "definitive work on mastering". He has developed proprietary systems K-Stereo and K-Surround. These processes are designed to "recover lost or amplify hidden ambience, space and imaging, and generate stereo from mono signals without adding artificial reverberation."
JOHN “JR” ROBINSON has become the most recorded drummer in history. Some of the hits are, We Are The World, All Night Long, You Are and Say You Say Me by Lionel Richie, I’m So Excited and Slow Hand by the Pointer Sisters, I’m Just A Gigolo and California Girls by David Lee Roth, Higher Love, Express Yourself by Madonna, Off The Wall, Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Rock With You, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal from the late great Michael Jackson and many many more!
Keith Olsen is a Grammy-winning record producer and sound engineer who has worked with Rick Springfield, Fleetwood Mac, Ozzy Osbourne, the Grateful Dead, Whitesnake, Pat Benatar, Heart, Santana, Saga, Foreigner, Magnum, Journey, Emerson, Lake Palmer, Joe Walsh, as well as Eric Burdon The Animals, among others.
Marc DeGeorge is the US Sales Marketing Manager, Retail Products at Solid State Logic talks about redefining the classic SSL analog console technology for the fast moving DAW workflow.Exponential Audio Founder Michael Carnes talks with Tim about the technology and applications of Exponential's fantastic reverb plugin, which is widely used in movie sound design, most recently in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Michael Romanowski is a Grammy nominated mastering engineer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is owner and chief mastering engineer at Coast Mastering and co-owner and founder of the analog tape label The Tape Project. Michael is currently a Trustee of the The Recording Academy San Francisco Chapter (NARAS), Chair of the National Presidents Council, former president of the SF Chapter and serves on the National Advisory Council to the Producers Engineers Wing.  Michael and Tim talk about the do's and dont's of Master Buss Compression, digital vs analog compression, compression in the mix stage vs the mastering stage and stereo linking.
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