This week, recording engineer and producer Scott Goodrich joins us. Scott has been an in-house engineer at Bay Area’s Nu-Tone studios as well as recording out of his home studio for quite awhile now, and has amassed a very impressive resume of clients. Artists like Broadway Calls, Direct Hit! , Decent Criminal, Unconditional Arms, The Story So Far, among others have benefited from Scott’s skills and knowledge.
During this episode, we spent some time discussing the benefits of using a recording studio vs a home recording set up, and whether or not traditional studios may be necessary for most artists. He shares his take on what the role of a producer or engineers is, and how he personally approaches it. We dive into a discussion of quality over quantity, and he provides some advice for any artists looking to record. He shares with me a few of his favorite producers/mixers/engineers, and tells me about some artists that you may not have heard of to look out for, as well as his top 5 desert island albums.
You can find out more info about Scott Goodrich and his services here.
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Question The Answers Podcast is hosted by Andy Pohl, who is the founder of Sell The Heart Records and the guitar player for Tsunami Bomb. Every week we will be presenting a brand new episode featuring an individual that has made a contribution to the independent music scene in some way. Check back here on Wednesdays for a premiere of each episode, and you’ll also be able to find us on Spotify, Apple Music, Stitcher and other audio podcast streaming services in the days following the initial premiere.