Scott is not your average podcast producer and we really learned a lot from him about his equipment, workflow and processing.
Also, I got to tell a cool story about a sweet monitoring trick I learned from the immortal audio engineer Andy Wallace from his sessions with (also immortal) singer/songwriter Jeff Buckley at Soundtrack in NYC in 1994.
Additionally, I spell out one elaborate method of taming nasty “P’s” popping after they’ve been recorded.
Here’s some of what Scott and I discussed:
- Shure 87A microphone
- Sound Devices USB interface
- The usefulness of a dog clicker!
- Noise reduction within Adobe Audition
- Hi-Pass filter
- Tube-model compressor
- Hard limiting
- Loudness Radar
Thanks a ton for hanging with us, Scott!
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