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Playlist of 'Boulevard Recording' (Producer's Workshop) Studio Tour with Clay Blair

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  • Boulevard Recording Studio Tour with Clay Blair - Produce Like A Pro

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    Producer/Engineer Clay Blair gives us a tour of his Studio 'Boulevard Recording', formerly known as 'Producer's Workshop', where Pink Floyd's masterpiece 'The Wall' was overdubbed, mixed and mastered.
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    My friend and legendary producer Shelly Yakus recently hit me up and told me: 'Hey Warren, for your next studio tour, you need to check out Clay Blair's studio 'Boulevard Recording'.



    And I'm so glad I did!

    Formerly named 'Producer's Workshop', this studio has a lot of history: Pink Floyd's masterpiece 'The Wall' was overdubbed, mixed and mastered at this studio, Steely Dan tracked their last two records 'Aja' and 'Gaucho' there, they had legendary artists like Ringo Starr, Alice Cooper, Ray Charles, Neil Diamond, Blink 182, as well as all former Beatles members.

    Pink Floyd producer Bob Ezrin described this studio as “acoustically perfect“ and “one of the greatest recording rooms ever built“.

    In this video, Clay tells us how 'The Wall' was recorded and mixed, and gives us a complete tour of the studio, including the live room where they tracked 'The Wall'.

    I have to admit: I felt a bit like a kid in a candy store! Every great vintage hardware unit which plugin designers like to model: Clay has the original one. Plus a huge collection of guitars, pedals, amps, vintage organs (used on Beatles records) and microphones!

    You'll get to see a beautiful studio, get tons of great tips on how to put your favourite plugin emulations to use, and learn a lot about music history, I hope you enjoy it!

    Thank you so much for having us Clay, it was a blast!​​

    Many Thanks,

    Warren


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  • Recreating The Beatles Tones with Clay Blair at Boulevard Recording - Warren Huart

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    Clay Blair is the head engineer and owner of Boulevard Recording in Hollywood–and a huge Beatles fan.

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    In this video, Clay set out to capture the tones heard on The Beatles’ Abbey Road; more specifically, those found on “Come Together.” He did so using many of the original instruments, microphones, mic preamps, and miking techniques, like AKG D19s and Chandler REDD.47 valve preamps. The Chandler amps are faithful reproductions of the 47s found in EMI REDD.51 consoles at Abbey Road Studios!

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    Unusual by today’s standards, Clay recreated engineer Geoff Emerick’s drum miking techniques which were used on nearly everything from Sgt. Pepper’s to Abbey Road. The setup consisted of a modest 7 microphones: five AKG D19s, a D20, and a Neumann KM 56 (a 54 was used here). One D19 served as an overhead; one was used on the hi-hat; and the remainder were positioned on the bottom of the toms. The D20 was placed on the kick, and the KM 56 miked the snare–also on the bottom! Who are we to argue with Geoff Emerick?

    While the recording setup varied slightly from song to song on Abbey Road, “Come Together” was recorded on a 4-track tape machine. The 7 drum tracks would have been summed to a single track with a Fairchild on it, and that was that! There weren’t even any room mics used for the drums. Any room tone heard was actually bleed from the guitar, bass, or vocal microphones. The Beatles, like many great bands of the era, tended to record live as a band, with each member baffled off from the other…far from the isolated performances we tend to capture these days, and yet it sounded incredible! Now, we’ve come to associate the sound of bleed with bands like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, whether we’re consciously aware of it or not.

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  • Abbey Road: Inside The Album with Jerry Hammack & Clay Blair

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    Join our discussion about the iconic Abbey Road! Leave tons on questions and comments and we'll answer as many as we can!

    Jerry Hammack has dedicated 35 years to the musical arts and is uniquely qualified to sort out the story of The Beatles’ recordings. He is also the author of The Beatles Recording Reference Manuals!

    Clay Blair is the head engineer and owner of Boulevard Recording in Hollywood–and a huge Beatles fan! In 2018, we worked with Clay on the video: Recreating The Beatles Tones with Clay Blair at Boulevard Recording. You can watch that here:

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  • Producing Pedal Steel - with Nashville production duo Youre Not My Dad - Produce Like a Pro

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    Producing music is challenging, fun, and exciting but let’s be honest, sometimes daunting. It takes a mixture a incorporating musical talent with interpersonal communication. Music producers must be able to effectively communicate their ideas to the artist during each session. Some situations will require the producer to encourage and push the artist to give more or take the idea and refine it. There will be those rare and potentially difficult situations that will require us to tell the artist their idea is not best for the project.

    In this video, you’ll gain the close up experience and be a part of the intimate process of the production duo You’re Not My Dad consisting of bassist Jackson Eppley and guitarist and engineer Ryan Truso as they produce the pedal steel parts for their original song “Day Drunk in Reno.” Jackson and Ryan make multiple suggestions to the pedal steel player Justin Schipper to guide and facilitate the process of creating the best song.

    Bassist Jackson Eppley is leading the pack of a growing and popular trend in the music industry. He has taken his experiences of being an accomplished bassist and producer and is now songwriting and composing original music for film and TV. Nashville is known as a songwriter's town and Jackson has made his home there and left his mark in continuing this tradition. His achievements coupled with Nashville’s variety of music instruments has given this video an opportunity to explore an unfamiliar but highly recognizable instrument, the pedal steel guitar. You will not want to miss 'Producing Country Music with You’re Not My Dad' (and the haunting and moving tones this instrument produces. At least let our YouTube video give you a tease. We know you’ll be hooked!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren



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  • How do you deal with self-doubt when recording and mixing? | FAQ - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️Do USB microphones have a place in the studio other than podcasting? 6:31
    ➡️What is the value of knowing how to fix equipment on the fly? 9:12
    With all the advancements in headphones, I just want one thing: latency free wireless monitoring. ➡️Right now a $300 Bose wireless headphone still has a 250ms worth of latency. How long until that drops to 0? 11:19
    ➡️How do you go about making a mix sound exciting at all volume levels? 13:50

    The featured question from today's video is this: How do you deal with constant self doubt when recording and mixing? I am worried I will never be as good as these people I see on YouTube.

    I get asked this question a lot, in a lot of different ways, and these types of questions are exactly why I started doing this. I want to show you exactly what it is like to record and mix for a living and show you that we are all the same! Everyone doubts themselves sometimes, and that's ok!

    That is why I interview all these great people who have made great records - all kinds of mastering engineers, mixing engineers, producers, songwriters, and more. I want to be able to pull back a little bit of that veil and show you what it is actually like to do all of this for a living. A lot of the people you see on YouTube are doing that YouTube channel full time, which is why they appear perfect and why their videos are perfectly edited and the tracks they play are perfectly mixed.

    Behind all of that though, they are far from perfect! And the same thing is true of professional engineers, producers, and everyone else in this industry. Even great ones like Bob Clearmountain are amazing when people tell him that they think he is one of the greatest mixers in the world! Everyone doubts themselves when they are working on projects.

    Great music is born out of creativity and passion, so cut yourself some slack and just do your absolute best and make sure you are constantly working to learn more and get better at what you love doing! Remember that what you see online may not always be accurate. I do my absolute best to show you an accurate picture of what it is like to do this for a living because I want to you see it and fully understand what this industry is like! I am not focused on presented a perfect image or a perfect mix every time, but just want you to see that I love what I do and that I am showing you the most accurate presentation of my job possible!

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  • Cameron Webb Interview and Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    I´m really excited about today´s video: I´m interviewing Grammy winning Producer and Mixing Engineer Cameron Webb.
    Cameron has been the producer and mixer for Motörhead for many years, until the tragic death of lead-singer Lemmy last year.

    He tells us about key moments in his career and the story of how he first met Motörhead: He almost blew his chance of working with them! Fortunately he got the gig and went on to build a long-lasting relationship with the band.

    Cameron shares very cool inside information about the Motörhead, their approach to recording, making music and life in general.

    We take an extensive tour of his studio, talk about guitar recording techniques, classic amps and Cameron walks us through his beautiful equipment. Every one of his devices has a story of why he picked it up, and he shares his favourite uses for several pieces of analogue gear.

    We had an amazing time: there are a lot of very interesting and funny insider stories, you´ll be able to learn from Cameron´s experience and gain plenty of new insights to recording, production and mixing.

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  • The Sweet Spot Studio Tour & Interview with Ken Sluiter - Warren Huart - Produce Like A Pro

    42:49

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    Ken Sluiter is a recording engineer, producer, and mixer out of Chicago. He moved to Los Angeles in 2003, where he worked alongside legendary producers and engineers, such as Andrew Scheps, Greg Fidelman, Joe Chiccarelli and Jim Scott.

    He has an amazing list of credits that includes a staggering list of talent like James Blunt, Weezer, Augustines, Ok Go, Heart, Marc Almond, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. As Ken put it, he has had his head between speakers for the better part of 25 years.

    He has a lot of lovely gear and the centrepiece of his studio is one of my favorite consoles, the API 1608.


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  • Blair Sinta Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:22:48

    Warren Interviews and takes you through Professional Drummer Blair Sinta's personal studio! They get to talk gear, techniques, and all things music!


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  • Eddie Kramer Interview - Produce Like A Pro

    1:4:28

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    Eddie Kramer is as much a record industry historian as he is a storied engineer and producer. Apart from his work with such names as Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and Jimi Hendrix, Mr. Kramer is also a wealth of knowledge about the music business’s beginnings, which were discussed at length here.

    In more recent years, Kramer has spent significant time working with the Hendrix family to restore old works and unearth forgotten recordings. At the time of this conversation, he had put the finishing touches on what will be the final Hendrix studio album, comprised much of what he considers to be “unearthed” material.

    Kramer is also currently working to restore the famed El Mocambo nightclub in Toronto, where he resides. Most known for a surprise appearance by The Rolling Stones in 1977 (pictured below), he has been co-renovating the building into a two-level live venue.

    It’s apparent that Kramer’s legacy extends well beyond being the “man behind the board” on some of rock music’s most celebrated recordings. From his photography to his restorative work in the industry and his knowledge of early recording history, Eddie Kramer is a man of immeasurable importance to rock and roll.

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  • J.J. Blair Interview and Studio Tour - Warren Huart

    1:53:09

    J.J. and I sat down at Fox Force Five–his studio in the Hollywood Hills–to talk a bit about his career, his approach to recording, and of course, the studio itself!

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    Fox Force Five was designed by Bret Thoeny in the mid ’90s–a highly regarded studio architect whose designs include Bob Clearmountain’s Mix This. Funnily enough, when the studio was initially put together, J.J. was somewhat new to the recording world. So, he hired Alan Hershberg as his head engineer to run the studio, who also became his mentor throughout the technical learning process.

    Over the years, J.J. has accumulated an extensive collection of vintage microphones, guitars, and outboard gear, which we thoroughly investigate during the tour. J.J. shared with us how he’s humorously been referred to as “the Joe Bonamassa of microphones” for having such an enormous collection! His affinity for them comes from a wise place, though, as he believes the microphone is the most important component of the signal chain. It is, after all, what’s capturing your sound source!



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  • Barry Rudolph: Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Barry Rudolph at his home studio. They discuss recording, how he got his start and all things music. Barry gives a rundown of all of his gear and how he setup his home studio.


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  • Andrew Wells Interview and East West Studio 3 Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    At just 22 years old, Andrew Wells has already established himself as an incredibly skilled producer in the industry. We caught up with him at EastWest Studios in Hollywood where he had recently finished tracking Jason Mraz's latest album. Andrew's other recent projects include work by Meghan Trainor and Australian pop rock band, 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS).

    Andrew spent much of his time working on Jason Mraz's record in Studio 3 at EastWest. While Studio 3 is the smallest in the facility, it's arguably the most famous, notably being where The Beach Boys made their 1966 masterpiece, Pet Sounds. Many other iconic 1960s hits were recorded there, including California Dreaming by The Mamas and the Papas.

    The studio's centerpiece is an original Trident A Range console--one of six in the world. Andrew humorously noted that the Trident is completely unpredictable in terms of operation, but the unexpected roads it leads you down can sometimes produce the best results!


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  • Analog Recording workflow - Sylvia Massy

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    Watch the full “Recording a Band” series with Grammy award-winning producer and engineer Sylvia Massy! In this 2h30 musical journey, follow her as she produces and records a song by the Melvins at Village Studios.
    Learn more about arrangements, mic placement, unconventional sound experimentation and overall recording workflow.

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  • Show Us Your Studio Part 4 - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    This is part 4 of our PLAP followers studio compilation.
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    This is part for of our 'Show Us Your Studio' Series. Thank you so much for sharing your recording setups and workflow with us. Let's comment, share and help each other to make great music!

    Many Thanks,

    Warren

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    17:19 John Kennon (Red Barn) Tyler, TX
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    18:56 Greg Murray Shawinigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada
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    19:16 Alex Garnett Kansas City, Missouri
    19:23 Nicholas Turner North Wales Hawarden U.K.
    19:37 Dave Major
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    21:10 Andrew Lindley Fayetteville, PA
    21:17 Lance Wright Huntsville, Alabama
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    22:50 Doug Lankford
    23:15 Kevin Coulter
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  • Jaime Gomez Studio Tour - top metal recording engineers studio

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    Jaime Gomez best known for his rock and metal recordings has built himself an amazing recording studio in the UK, here's his tour around it.

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    Mike Exeter visited Jaime Gomez' Orgone Studios in Bedfordshire, UK. Jaime's new studio is large and has a lovely sound, is equipped with a massive range of guitar cabs and drums with a grand piano on the way soon.

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  • Advanced Microphone Techniques with Vance Powell

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    In this video, Grammy-winner Vance Powell explains some of his advanced mic tricks. In addition to miking techniques, Powell discusses panning, and phase tricks.
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    00:40 - Keeping Drums in the Center
    03:22 - Snare Miking
    04:23 - Finding the Sweet Lowdown
    04:52 - Phase Alignment
    06:04 - Exploiting Phase in the Mix
    06:48 - How Out of Phase Can Be Useful
    07:38 - Using Phase to Widen Guitars
    08:16 - The Rolling Stones Phase Trick
    08:54 - Finding the Rooms Natural Curve
    12:02 - Adding A Mono Room Mic
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    “Mic bleed isn't anything to be afraid of. I love the unintended consequences.”

    Vance Powell is a four time Grammy Award-winning record producer, mixer, and engineer. He has worked with countless artists including The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, Martina McBride and Chris Stapleton.

    After decades of experience producing, recording, and mixing grammy-award winning records, Vance Powell presents his top miking recipes during a live workshop at Music Expo SF. Vance starts out by sharing his thoughts on where drums should sit in the mix: in the middle, just like classic records. His approach for this session is to recreate how we hear music in a live setting, and build the rest of his band around the rhythm section through various panning techniques.

    In addition to Vance explaining how he records full bands as they sound on stage, Vance shares his thoughts on phase alignment and how to exploit phase in the mix. This includes using phase tricks to widen guitar stereo images, and how The Rolling Stones used similar phase tricks on the piano track of their famous hit, “Sympathy for the Devil.”

    Finally, towards the end of this workshop, Vance Powell explains how to set up room mics in a curved fashion to help bleed sit in the mix effectively. He also suggests using a mono room mic to add life to your kick drum. Here, Vance really focuses on using the natural shape of your room to get the best results.

    By the end of this video, you will get a taste of how this brilliant music industry professional uses a combination of classic recording techniques and his own methods in order to create impeccable sounding indie folk rock records.

    “I love recording bands live. I like bleed, and all the things that come with it. I don’t think anybody should really be scared of mic placement or mic choice. All of those things can lead to a really nice recording, that sounds like a band actually being recorded together; which is kind of a crazy thought these days.”
    - Vance Powell (The Revivalists, The White Stripes, Martina McBride)

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    Snare: MA-100 (top), MA-101fet (bottom)
    Hi-Hat: MA-101fet
    Rack Tom: MA-100
    Floor Tom: MA-100
    Overheads (L,R): MA-300’s
    Mono Room: R-122
    Stereo Room: SF-24
    Bass: MA-300 (Plus DI)
    Electric Guitar: R-121, MA-100
    Violin: R-122, SF-2
    Vocal: MA-1000

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  • Christopher Thorn: Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Christopher Thorn (producer and guitar player with Blind Melon) at his studio, Fireside Sound. They talk about his career as a musician and producer and take a look at all the great gear he has.

    Check out Christopher's credits on allmusic ( his studio's page ( and his newest project Sonny Boy Thorn (

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  • IRS13 Studio Tour!!! ...the Control room

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    Before moving out from Mexico City, a series of videos were recorded to share a glimpse of IRS13... enjoy the tour!!!

  • Producer Bob Ezrin Visits Frost

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    Successful producer whose worked with artists such as Pink Floyd, Jay-Z, and Kiss, visits Frost and is astonished by it's facilities, instructors, and recording studio.

  • Recording Studio Tour: Patigonia Studios - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Greg at his personal studio, Patigonia Studios. Greg is a gear aficionado and has assembled his own console by piecing together some fantastic outboard gear into a complete cohesive unit.


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  • Dave Way Interview & Studio Tour Pt. 2 - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:20:22

    Dave Way Interview & Studio Tour part 2: Q&A, Recording and Music Production, Gear and Guitar Demo.
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    Hey friends,

    This video is the second part of our interview and studio tour with multi-grammy winning producer/mixer Dave Way.

    We've received a lot of wonderful comments and questions in the last episode and we're covering them in today's interview:

    We talk about drum recording and micing techniques, Dave's favourite vocal recording chain and music production. Dave tears down some of the dogmas about recording and producing of the modern age:

    - Dave's unconventional way of recording vocals to help singers keep pitch more easily & his favourite low budget tube microphone, which only costs $700 and has a 251 top end!
    - How to use microphone bleed creatively to add dimension to your mix.
    - How putting limitations on your recording process can spark your creativity and help you to create better arrangements.
    - Recording drum overheads in mono for extra depth.
    - Mixing and matching different styles of music to create something new and exciting: Giving it a twist is what keeps things moving forward, otherwise we’re all just transcribing.
    - Dave explains his advanced hybrid studio setup & routing system, shows off his favourite pieces of outboard equipment and explains what he likes to use them on: From compressors, preamps, custom guitar amps to clocks and even his process of backing up his audio files and mixes!

    As a bonus, we're also trying out several electric guitars of Dave's amazing collection:

    - Gibson ES - 330, which is almost identical to the Epiphone Casino, which was played by John Lennon, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney.
    - A custom Tele which Dave was given by Val McCallum
    - Custom guitar built by Larry Pogreba

    I hope you enjoy this interview, lots of gold nuggets in this one!

    Many Thanks,

    Warren



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  • Analog Mixing & Jonathan Wilsons Home Studio - Warren Huart - Produce Like A Pro

    35:58

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    Jonathan and I connected on Instagram due to our shared love for Cadac consoles. They sound amazing, I use mine all the time to record drums. Jonathon's console is amazingly beautiful and is the centrepiece of his studio.

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  • Home Studio Music Production: Joe Gilder Interview & Studio Tour - Produce Like A Pro

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    During our time at Summer NAMM, I was honored to be invited to Joe Gilder's Home Studio! Many of you probably know Joe through his website Home Studio Corner and also his work with Graham Cochrane. 

    Joe is a wonderfully talented and refreshingly humble guy, who takes advantage of the opportunities we get with modern technology and puts great music and creativity first!

    In this interview, we talk about producing and recording music in your home studio, which gear you actually need, and how you can use your limitations to enhance your focus and creativity in your music. Joe also gives us a full walkthrough of his home studio and shows us everything from mixing console to preamps, mics, speakers guitars and amps. Joe is a point man when it comes to home studio recording and I believe this video will inspire you to produce great new music for yourself!

    Joe has kindly given us the song 'Sing' off his latest acoustic EP 'Rain', for you to mix and add your own production to! You can download all of the Multitracks and his Studio One session here. 

    Thank you ever so much for watching this video! Don't forget to download the multitracks and please leave a bunch of questions and comments for Joe below.

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren

  • Studio Tour and Interview with Matt Linny Linesch - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Matt (Linny) Linesch is a producer & the owner of Infinitespin Recorders in Los Angeles.
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    The studio has a rich history, having been most recently owned by Toto drummer Simon Phillips. It was also once operated by Sheila E., during which time her father painted a mural in the live room that’s still there today.

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    Matt took over the space in May 2017, making it a warm, comfortable environment for artists to be creatively free–a concept that’s paramount to Matt’s overall approach to working with musicians.

    Still working on a mostly analogue set-up, the centerpiece of Infinitespin Recorders is Matt’s 40-channel API console. Built in 1972, the desk changed hands several times, once living at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco. Over the years it found its way to a home studio in Los Angeles, where a crane was eventually used to remove it from the house! Matt shared a photo of the 1300-pound console being hoisted into the air, which you can see in the video below. It should come as no surprise, then, that it was quite a feat moving the beast into Matt’s studio as well!

    In addition to the API, Matt uses a 16-channel Neve sidecar, a Studer A827 tape machine, and an array of outboard gear. We took a look at one of his more recent acquisitions: a UTA Unfairchild compressor that he’s demoing, which was also featured in our recent Eric Valentine interview. He uses a variety of Manley equipment as well, including a Massive Passive stereo EQ which is great for adding a “tube-like” sound to the mix buss.

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  • Ben Grosse Interview and Studio Tour : Warren Huart - Produce Like A Pro

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    In this video, I´m interviewing the great Ben Grosse. Ben tells us the story of how he first started out as a producer and mixer and how he made his way to working with hugely successful bands, such as Good Charlotte, Breaking Benjamin, Slipknot, Thousand Foot Krutch, Marilyn Manson, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Underøath and many more. He also gives us a complete tour of his studio the Mix Room and explains how he likes to use his gear. I hope you enjoy it!

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  • Rocco Guarino at Lavish Studios: Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren meets Rocco Guarino ( studio manager and engineer at Lavish Studios ( Lavish Studios was Scott Weiland's Studio before his death in December 2015. They talk about the studio, Velvet Revolver, Scott Weiland and gear, of course.

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  • Studio Tour with Producer & Film Composer CJ Vanston - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    I'm excited to share our latest studio tour with Keyboardist, Producer and Film Composer CJ Vanston.

    CJ has built an incredible and highly versatile recording studio. He walks us through all of the equipment he uses and explains how he has set up the studio to let inspiration and creativity flow, without having to worry about the technical.

    As a passionate Keyboardist and Film Composer, CJ has an amazing collection of Synths, Rhodes and Wurlitzers. He shows us the 'Allstars' of his collection and discusses his favourite ways to use them in his music. We're also getting a full walkthrough of his recording and mixing setup, including his Console to Preamps, Compressors, Effects, favourite Microphones and a lot more.

    Thanks so much CJ for giving us this tour. It was highly educational and lots of fun!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren



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  • Bali Praia Creative Workshop Producer Sharing Session with Adam Berg

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  • Where Rock N Roll History Is Made: NRG Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Have you ever wondered what one of the best studios of the world looks like from the inside? Well, today is the day!

    We're visiting legendary NRG Studios in North Hollywood to give you a tour of their tracking rooms, check out their classic Neve consoles, mic collection, guitars, amps and a lot more.

    NRG is one of the most in-demand studios of L.A. and has produced so many hit records, 10 hands would probably not be enough to count!

    Originally built by award winning producer/engineer Jay Baumgardner (Papa Roach, P.OD., Evanescence, Alien Ant Farm, Three Days Grace) in the 1990s, the studio has become home to countless renowned bands and artists around the globe: From BB King, Tracy Chapman and Bon Jovi, to Celine Dion, Alicia Keys, No Doubt, White Zombie, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Korn and the Foofighters.

    You can feel energy of music history when walking into the studio and there are still great records being made every day.

    NRG consists of 3 studios, two of which have huge and open sounding tracking rooms and feature vintage 64 input Neve consoles. Studio C is designed for mixing and equipped with a Raven Black SLL 9000J console, as well as state of the art digital tools.

    I hope you enjoy this studio tour!

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  • Dave Way Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:12:57

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    Today I'm visiting my friend Dave Way in his home studio Waystation Studio. Dave is an insanely talented, multi-Grammy winning producer and mixing engineer who has worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, Boyz II Men, Pink, The Foofighters and many more.

    Dave decided to move from working out of major studios to producing and mixing from his home studio several years ago.
    In the process, he has gotten rid of a lot of his outboard gear including a beautiful SSL console and is leaning more and more towards mixing in the box.
    We discuss the analogue and digital recording and mixing process, what Dave considers to be the benefits of working digitally and if the analogue sound can actually be emulated using plugins now.

    Dave gives us a tour of his studio and shows off his favourite pieces of gear (he has plenty unique devices!). We geek out over guitars and as the grand finale Dave even walks us through his drum recording setup!

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  • Recording Drums at Sunset Sound - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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  • AfterMaster Audio Labs Tour with Shelly Yakus - Warren Huart: Produce Like a Pro

    1:17:53

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    Shelly Yakus is one of the greatest recording and mixing engineers of all time. Not only that, but he is also a dear friend, and one of the nicest guys you'll meet.

    Shelly has earned the name “Golden Ears”, because of his expertise in recording studio design, acoustics and audio processing.

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  • Reid Shippen Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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  • Top producer Dave Eringas Rockfield Studios Tour - the oldest UK residential recording studios

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    In this short video producer Dave Eringa takes time out of his session at Rockfield Studios to show producer Mike Exeter his recording setup, drum mics and guitar setup.

  • Show Us Your Studio Pt. 3 - Warren Huart - Produce Like A Pro

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    We're back again with 'Show Us Your Studio' Part 3!

    It's been inspiring to see your recording process and showing everybody what it's really like to make music: From the humblest to some of the most sophisticated setups and everything in between. Thank you ever so much for your wonderful submissions!

    The way I came up is very similar to the way you all make music today.

    I didn't assist in any major studios, didn't attend audio school, nor did I know anyone in the industry who could help me get my foot in the door. I was just a kid who loved music and wanted to learn how to record.

    That's why I founded Produce Like A Pro: I wanted to build a supportive community of musicians, artists, producers and engineers, who encourage and support each other. A community that would give you insights into what it's really like to make music in the modern music industry and provides all the tools you need to produce great music. And look how far we've come - You all rock! Thank you ever so much for being so helpful and supportive of each other.

    Please share, like and comment and let's grow this community even more!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren

    Below is a list of all studios we featured in this video:

    2:20: Jay Parmar - Brighton, UK
    6:57: Eric Maldonado - Tampa Fl
    7:04: William Bowser - Waldorf, Maryland
    7:11: Eric Benard - Kansas City
    7:47: Ηλίας Διον
    8:35: Nathan Bailey - Sheffield, U.K.
    8:42: Edgar Rodriguez - Bell, CA
    8:48: Michael Mason - Glen Ellyn IL
    8:55: Michael Weary Photo
    9:07: Jay Love - Atlanta, Georgia (Da Mancave Studio)
    9:14: Mark Warner
    13:15: Andrew Hawks - Mt Airy, North Carolina
    13:22: Geoff Evans
    13:29: Jean-Philippe Denis - Montreal
    14:04: Devin Higdon - Louisville, Ky (Kingdom Kulture Productions)
    14:11:Javier J Negron - Baltimore, Maryland
    14:18: Jon Beard - Pennsylvania
    14:25: Zoltan Caspar - Chicago, IL
    15:05: Ray Turner - Leawood, Kansas
    15:12: Johnny Ceravolo
    15:19: Garth Richardson
    15:25: Norrie Christie
    15:32: Erik Himel
    15:39: Damien Young
    15:45: Samuel Knaak - Whittier, CA
    21:28: Dereck Blackburn
    21:35: Dave Harris
    21:42: Lucas Marston - Montreal, QC
    21:49: Ben Williams
    21:56: Devang Dave
    22:54: Shayne Thomas Byrne - Carlow, Ireland
    23:27: Eddie Brock
    23:44: Claudio Cueni
    24:26: Nick Gilchirst - Victoria bc
    24:33: Pat Mctaggart - Madoc, Ontario Canada
    24:40: Les Dill - Tempe, Arizona
    24:47: Joshua Medina - Tempe, Arizona
    24:55: Gary Breckenridge
    25:02: Justin Rogers Producer-Engineer - Roseville, MI (Ocean Recording Studio)
    25:09: Daniel Tocco
    25:06: Weston Hutchison
    27:38: Mariana C Hutten - Czapski
    27:45: Kito Denham
    27:52: Yo S ELf
    27:59: Manny Loco - Queens, NY (Kitchen Lab)
    28:06: Carl Blackwood
    28:13: Drew Garehime - Georgia, near Atlanta (Burden Studios)
    28:27: Michael Demaglie
    29:13: Julio Garcia - Garden Grove, California
    29:20: James Yungdex Poindexter
    29:26: Flip Ahoy Black
    29:32: Michael Demaglie
    29:38: Charlie Phelps
    29:43: Ari Jordan
    29:50: Kon Polk - Reading, Massachusetts
    29:57: Ari Jordan
    33:06: Joe Alonzo Potts
    33:13: Jeremy James Oregon
    33:20: Yulik Yagudin - Moscow, Russia
    33:33: Tyree McKelton
    33:39: Steve Wilks
    33: 46: Antoine Wallace
    33:53: Scotty Rohr - Minnesota - Zesion Studio



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  • Greg Collins: Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like a Pro

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    Warren visits Greg Collins at his studio ( They discuss Greg's journey, get a look at his gear, working with Ace Frehley and Kiss, and all things music.

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  • Recording Studio Tour - Micro Tour Part 1

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  • Raised in recording studios - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:41:45

    Ryan Hewitt is a Grammy award-winning music producer, mixer and engineer. The son of David Hewitt, a notable recording engineer, Ryan grew up in the music business alongside his father. He was raised in recording studios from a young age, and was able to shadow his father as his career flourished. This provided Ryan with the framework and knowledge to launch his own career, which he’s since worked hard to build into what it is today. His skillset and passion have made him one of the most successful and sought after engineers in the business today.

    Ryan’s diverse and lengthy credit list spans across a variety of genres and styles including pop, rock, folk, country and alternative. He’s worked with a long list of artists including Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, The Dixie Chicks, Third Eye Blind, Blink-182, Flogging Molly, Matchbox Twenty and Angus & Julia Stone, among many others.

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  • Bob Marlette: Interview & Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren talks to Bob Marlette (Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, Tracy Chapman, Marylin Manson) about recording guitars, working with famous people and how to make it in the music industry!

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  • Wages - Pull Through

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    A one-man, guitorchestra performance of the song Pull Through off of Wages' upcoming release, Shady Chamber.


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  • Keyboardist, Jazz Composer Jeff Lorber: Interview & Studio Tour - Produce Like A Pro

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    In this episode, we have the pleasure of talking to Jeff Lorber at his studio JHL Sound. Jeff is a phenomenal piano player and jazz composer, who studied under the same teacher as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett.

    In addition to his extensive solo career counting over a dozen albums, he has also done session work with major producers and artists such as Clive Davis, Richard Perry, The System, Herb Alpert, Dave Koz, Eric Benét, and Laura Branigan.

    Jeff tells us how he first got started in music, and how he got his big breakthrough in the music industry. He takes us through his studio, shows us his Georg Martin-modified SSL console and his beautiful collection of vintage keyboards and synthesizers.

    You'll hear him jam on Wurlitzers, Rhodes, Grand Piano and multiple synths. I hope you enjoy this interview!

    Warren

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  • Vintage King Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:27:57

    In this video, we pay a visit to Vintage King here in LA! They have some absolutely incredible gear, and the people at VK are simply amazing. Watch us tour the store and talk about all sorts of different gear!

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  • LAFX Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Dan Vicari at LAFX Recording Services ( They discuss how LAFX was started, the rental side of the business as well as the studio side, and get a tour of the studio and gear.


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  • Scott Frankfurt Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:37:59

    Warren walks through Scott Frankfurt's studio and checks out how he uses all of his fantastic gear.

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  • Show Us Your Studio Pt.1 - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    49:02

    A compilation of the studios of our Produce Like A Pro followers. Great music can be made on so many different setups, creativity is king! – You all rock =)


    I feel so blessed to be a part of this amazing community! Everyone has been so supportive of what we do on the YouTube Channel, Facebook, Instagram and of the Social Media platforms we are involved in! The positive way we all interact with each other is truly inspiring!

    I am NOT an Expert, I am someone just like you that loves music and has a huge passion for learning. I’m someone who didn’t go to Music School or Assist in Studios. Starting on 2 tape cassette players, moving to a 4 Track PortaStudio, then ADAT’s and eventually a DAW I recorded local bands and developed a career.

    My journey although unconventional at the time now mirrors what all of us now are almost forced to do. As a full-time working Producer, Engineer, Mixer, Songwriter and Musician it is a passion of mine to be able to share my daily journey and years of experience creating music!

    A few months ago I reached out to everyone to show us their studios. The response has been overwhelming! Thanks to everyone who responded with video footage and photos of their Studios! We have had humble $300 home set ups to full blown Studios and everything in between!

    Please share, like and comment to help each other grow not only our skills but our amazing community!

    Below is the lists of the studios we featured in this episode:

    Freddy Gabrsek
    Spencer Vinson - Little Rock Arkansas 
    Anthony McKinney
    Marc Krauth’s - Strasbourg, France
    Terry Lesperance - Nashville 
    Len David Photo x2 
    Gary Micheal Jackson New Zealand
    Andres Marquez Caracas Venezuela
    Peter Thompson- (Halfway House)
    Robbie Alexander Timms
    Moritz Schmidt
    Matti Karki Finland
    Peti Kolozsi -  Budakeszi, Hungary (KitchenRoomStudio) 
    Jay McFarland - Canada (Dieseldungen) 
    Kaleb Treacy Australia
    Andreas Gotfredsen - Sweden
    Roby Benefield - Dothan Alabama
    Bart Heuts Rotterdam, the Netherlands
    Peter Chun - Cerritos, CA
    Frank Gerrits 
    Maurizio Viera
    Juho-Matias Linda Finland
    Sonny King San Francisco USA
    Conny Conrad - Germany
    Chad Prewett
    Edmi Perez Caracas Venezuela
    Alexandru Manolache Romania 
    Ron Zabrocki
    Michele Dimitri Rome
    Jens Wernick Germany, Munich
    Ludovic Choquette - Sherbrook, Quebec, Canada
    Alberto Julián Ibán Diezhandino León, Spain (Blank Infinity Studios) 
    Yessica Livier VR
    Maynard Gold 
    Marlon Gibbons
    Josh Maitland - Collingwood, Ontario () 
    Tom Rey Photo Leicester UK
    Patrick Ganster Germany
    Matthew Crawmer
    Michel Villeneuve Canada (Le Record Shop) 
    Morten Pohner - Norway (Demoroom Studio) 
    Goran Zivkovic Toza
    Stanchi Dee 
    Kris Cody Wilson  
    Frank Martinez Jr. Texas, USA () 
    Frank Martinez Jr 
    Bart Picard 
    Lorence George Charter Rayners Lane in London (RYP Recordings) 
    Fernando T Toronto, Canada
    Mike Baker Front Royal, VA, USA
    Corey Prediger Rocky Mountains, Calgary Alberta Canada (CTP Studios) 
    Mix Indie Home Itb Vid  ( No studio tour) Paris, France
    Jim Homes Isle of Wight UK U.K. (Studio humbug) 
    Amit Zangi Israel, Jerusalem
    Simon Champagne
    Mikhail Kurochkin
    Robert Linke Berlin, Germany
    Josh Salant Brooklyn 
    Kenmei Kono Dominican Republic
    Ralf Muller
    Carey Langille Nova Scotia, Canada
    Craig Dove 
    Matt Diesel  Přelouč,Czech republic
    Pariecee Mcgriff Bakersfield, CA USA (Triple Seven Recording) 


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  • Truth Studios Tour 2017

    1:29

    As Truth Studios Recording Studio in Los Angeles continues to evolve we want to update you with inside access to the most current studio set up.

    So much has changed since our last studio tour! We've added a lot new outboard gear, microphones, speakers, and instruments to list a few categories.

    To book recording sessions, mixing and/or mastering services email info@truthstudios.com or call 435.901.1131 and ask for Nick B.

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  • Producer Christian Hand Talks Radio, A&R, Home Studio Recording and De-constructing Classic Records

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    Hi friends,

    Have you ever wanted to sit down with a seasoned pro who has experience in many areas of music? Get advice from someone who understands the mechanisms of the audio industry and can explain what’s going on behind the scenes?

    Our interview guest Christian Hand is that man! He’s has been around the world and worked in just about any area of music you can imagine.

    Given his vast experience in all areas of the music, we are having an honest discussion about the state of the music industry, labels, A&Rs, and how to make a living in music.

    Christian tells us what he thinks the future of music will look like and which route artists and musicians can take to build a seminal career.
    He also gives us a full tour of his home studio and explains his thought process on picking the right pieces of equipment that will actually make a difference for your music.

    ‘My philosophy is: never buy twice.’

    Christian is currently hosting the amazing music show 'The Session', in which he dissects the master recordings of all time classics by legendary bands like Queen, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix. Soloing each track, Christian breaks down the production and performances and provides cultural background to the songs and bands.This show is a total eye-opener and lets you see the genius and all the detail that went into these wonderful productions.

    So check out 'The Session', there is so much we can learn from these genius songwriters, musicians and artists! We’ll post the details to Christian’s radio show, podcast and live shows below. I hope you enjoy the video!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren

  • The Studio Tour - Jukasa Recording Studio - OtherSongsMusic.com

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  • IRKO - Produce Like A Pro

    47:50

    As a mixing engineer I naturally get a bit apprehensive when I deliver mixes to my clients. It’s like walking in a room naked. Often who’s checking mixes is the producer and/or the artist, evaluating my work from the perspective of a producer and/or artist. Usually after a few rounds of tweaks they love my mix as they get my vision for how the song should sound plus their touches.

    When Warren Huart heard my mixes it was different.
    A seasoned producer/engineer hears what I have done. Clearly! And asks about it. Haha!
    That was cool!

    Warren and I talked for an hour about things ranging from my first steps in Music all the way to mix files deliveries; from compression settings to the best body parts to sign autographs (maybe this last one was off camera... or never happened at all lol).

    Enjoy!

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