INTRODUCING AFTER THE SESSION, SEASON ZERO
Producer/Musician (Soundgarden, MEW, Hole, Marilyn Manson, RHCP, The Bronx, Social Distortion, Ozzy)
Producer/Engineer/Mixer (Bob Seger, Tina Turner, Melissa Etheridge, Cake, Steve Miller, Captiol Studios)
Mastering Engineer (Lurssen Mastering, Bruno Mars, Pharrell Williams, Foo Fighters, George Harrison)
Producer/Mixer (The Killers, Chris Isaak, Neon Trees, Sleeper Agent, Red House Painters, Fleetwood Mac)
Neuroscientist (Mozart & The Mind, Brain-Computer-Interface, The Glass Brain, Ringing Minds)
Producer/Artist/Mixer (Failure, Beck, Paramore NIN, BRMC, Blink-182, Tenacious D)
The Beta Podcasts: Season Zero
Hello. Some of you probably are aware that I’ve been spearheading a podcast project in my spare time. It’s been on the back-burner for several months due to project related time constraints, but after some rumination, I feel that it’d be a shame if I didn’t follow through with some sort of release. Thus, expect what I’m considering to be the “beta” season – or pilot season if you will. A bit of a proof-of-concept. Yeah, it may be a little rough around the edges, but still interesting and worth a listen – mostly because the guests are phenomenal individuals.
Now for a little background. “After The Session”, as the show is tentatively titled, is a one hour long conversational podcast that features a new guest each week. As recording professionals, much of our time is spent in the studio working with artists, and while that’s rewarding in it’s own right, many of us also value the after session hang-out. The time after the artist has left. The time when the producer, the engineer and, if he’s lucky, the assistant get to sit around and swap stories, discuss music, and trade ideas. This conversation is the seed, the foundation, for the podcast.
In short, it’s not an interview. It’s an hour-long podcast where we bullshit about and enjoy some conversation. Also, keep in mind it’s a work in progress, and although I think these first six episodes turned out much better than expected, “Season Zero” is a bit of an exercise to work out the bugs and nail down a format.