This week's guest is Grammy nominated recording engineer and mixer Steve Genewick. Steve has been a staff engineer at the world renowned Capitol Studios since 1994. His credits included names like Paul McCartney, Diana Krall, Beck, Niall Horan, LeAnn Rimes and Elvis Costello just to name a few. Steve is also on the forefront of mixing music for the Dolby Atmos format, being one of the first studio engineers to do so. We have a great chat about being prepared for every session, pushing the limits of what's possible, and the importance of finding a studio community to be a part of.
In this episode, we'll dig in on...
- Working at Capitol Studios
- Mixing music for Dolby Atmos
- Always saying "Yes"
- Working with Al Schmitt
- Switching from analog tape to Pro Tools
- Finding a studio community to learn from
- Recording big bands and orchestras
- Learn the basics first
- Post-Pandemic recording
- Being prepared for sessions
- Remote recording an orchestra at Abbey Road
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Guest: Steve Genewick
Host: Travis Ference
Editor: Travis Ference
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