This week's guest, Corey Schreppel, is an engineer and mixer specializing in podcast and broadcast production. Currently he is on the audio team for The New York Times, where he works on many of the narrative shows as well as their flagship show "The Daily." Prior to that he was the Technical Director for Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media. Along with his decade of broadcast experience he's also worked extensively in the classical recording space as an engineer for the New England Conservatory of Music. We have a great chat about mixing live broadcasts, empowering your coworkers, and the importance of quality of life.
In this episode, we'll dig in on...
- Mixing Live to 2
- Working the board the night Prince died
- Getting repetitions to master your craft
- Learning to capture an ensemble as the sum of all it's parts
- Workflow and systems design
- Remote collaboration, Pro Tools, and Dropbox
- Quality of Life
- Working for the New York Times
- Recording in an old bank converted to a recording studio
- Audio of IP Codecs
- Recording classical ensembles at New England Conservatory or Music
- Mixing live broadcast shows
- Creative storytelling
- Clock based radio broadcasts
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Guest: Corey Schreppel
Host: Travis Ference
Editor: Travis Ference
Theme Music: inter.ference