Over the years Charlie Waymire has worn many hats within the music industry.
From touring the world to opening his own recording studio, Waymire has seemingly done it all. These experiences have provided him with a wealth of knowledge that he’s shared in our ongoing Basic Recording Techniques series. Recently we had a chance to talk with the man himself and gain some insight into the recording industry.
Read on to find out what drove Waymire to open Ultimate Studios, Inc. and what advice he has for those just getting started in the business.
With over 1 million followers, Jaryd “Summit1G” Lazar is one of Twitch’s most popular streaming gamers.
Jaryd began his career in the world of eSports as a competitive Counter Strike player before taking up streaming full time and now he spends his days entertaining his legions of fans with daily streams. A successful full-time career as a professional gamer? Millions of fans would do anything to be in his place.
We had a chance to sit down with the famous Summit1G and talk to him about live streaming, his gaming setup, and what it’s like to meet his online fans IRL (in real life).
Mike Johnston’s musical journey began when he took up the drums at an early age. Later, he pursued the rock star dream, touring the world and releasing two albums on a major label with the band Simon Says. However, he soon discovered that education was his true calling.
Johnston now shares his passion for teaching with students around the world thanks to MikesLessons.com, the largest educational site for drummers. Read on as Johnston shares life lessons and gives insights into his recording setup.
Over the past two years, we’ve had the privilege of hosting some of the most influential and knowledgeable people in the audio industry at our various trade shows and events through our “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) question and answer program.
At AES 2013, in New York City, we introduced our first AMA, where attendees at the event and participants online could ask our guests anything from questions about their favorite mics to how they got started in the business to even where they find the best pizza in NYC.
We’ve had a blast hosting our AMA sessions and wanted to compile a few of our favorite bits of knowledge from some of our most memorable guests.
We hope you’ve been enjoying our interview series featuring insight from “Hollywood Sound Specialist” Fred Ginsburg. This is the final installment in the series, wherein Ginsburg unloads his sound cart for us. If you missed part three of our interview you can read it here.
Fred Ginsburg at Audio-Technica’s booth during the 2015 NAB Show.
We’re excited to bring you part three of our interview with “Hollywood Sound Specialist” Fred Ginsburg. If you missed part two of our interview you can read it here.
Fred addresses the crowd at Audio-Technica’s booth at NAB 2015.
Frank Klepacki has a very long and distinguished resume: audio director, composer, sound designer, studio/live engineer, performer, and voice actor.
Klepacki has also worked on titles for most top publishers in the video game industry, including Westwood Studios, LucasArts, Electronic Arts, Sega, Ubisoft, Disney, SSI, Hasbro and Virgin Interactive. Currently, as the audio director at Petroglyph, he handles multiple music composition styles for a variety of game genres and major TV network shows, as well as full audio direction, sound design, and voice talent.
We’re excited to bring you part two of our interview with “Hollywood Sound Specialist,” Fred Ginsburg. If you missed part one of our Q&A interview you can read it here.
Fred Ginsburg is offering demos and tutorials at Audio-Technica’s booth (C1745) this week at the NAB show.
A skilled Hollywood sound acquisition specialist who worked on classic television shows like St. Elsewhere and films including Platoon and Used Cars, Fred Ginsburg uses his professional experience as a Production Sound Mixer and Sound Designer to refashion the educational curriculum of sound for picture. Ginsburg offers workshops throughout the country, helping students establish a base of knowledge about this critical but under-taught aspect of cinema and television sound.
Fred Ginsburg presenting at NAB 2014. If you’re at this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas, stop by Booth C1742, where Fred Ginsburg will be answering questions.
While studio drummer Curt Bisquera (affectionately referred to as “Kirkee B.” by those who know him best) has performed with a host of world-famous artists, he is a legend in his own right.