Master Your Mix Podcast
Through interviews and Q&A episodes, Mike Indovina shares recording tips and techniques to help engineers, artists, and producers improve the quality of their recordings and mixes (even from a home studio).
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Check out previous episodes below:
This week I’m chatting with David Bottrill, a 3-time Grammy award winning engineer and producer who has worked countless artists including Tool, Muse, Silverchair, Smashing Pumpkins, Rush, Stone Sour and so many more. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: Balancing the artist’s vision vs giving people “what they want” Mixing in subgroups Building mix templates […]
This week, I’m chatting with Josh Korody, owner of Candle Recording in Toronto. Josh has worked with artists such as Holy Fuck, Weaves, The Dirty Nil, and a bunch more. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: Starting a commercial studio Gear vs quality of your work Learn his extensive multi-mic technique for recording and committing […]
On this week’s episode, I’m chatting with Kevin Dietz – An engineer who has worked alongside artists such as Placebo, Silverchair, Alexisonfire, Silverstein and more. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: The path from interning to head engineer Using high pass filters to help you clean up your low end Mixing vocals with serial compression […]
In this episode, I’m chatting with Dan Broadbeck, a Juno award winning engineer and producer based out of London, Ontario Canada who has worked with artists such as Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries, Ivory Hours, The Ghandarvas and more. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: Building trust with an artist in the studio The power […]
In this episode I’m answering subscriber-submitted questions in order to help you improve your mixes. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: Using plugins to “color” sound How certain plugins are eating into your headroom Using reference tracks in the tracking and mixing stages A common mistake people make when comparing their mixes to other recordings […]