Enthusiastic and brilliant young leader, Chris Graham, is our guest this week! From Tesla to Rivian, Chris’s fast rise in the corporate ranks is attributed to his own aptitude in working in his strengths and core themes. We break what those are down and help him come up with a new LinkedIn profile in the process. This interview will remind you that age has little to do with how quickly you experience success, it's all about embracing your unique design!
Chris Graham: Finding Your Niche, Growth Via Systems, and Answering the Call
Progressions: Success in the Music Industry
Today's guest is mastering engineer, podcast host, software developer, and creative business coach Chris Graham. Chris is a co-creator and host of the Six Figure Home Studio podcast which became wildly successful because of its unique business focused approach to the recording industry. After years developing a thriving online mastering business and launching the podcast Chris began coaching other industry professionals on some of the best practices that helped his various endeavors succeed. We have a great chat about creating time, not seeking peer approval, and why word of mouth alone won't cut it.In this episode, we'll dig in on...Co-hosting Six Figure Home Studio podcastWorking on your business, not for itHaving a transmittable message How to create time using systemsNever wanting to have an employerBeing comfortable with being expensiveBuilding an online mastering businessThe freedom of the podcast formatReasons to hire a coachDriving website traffic with google adsFear of removing the personal touchPareto's PrincipleLearn More About Chris Graham...Website: https://www.ChrisGrahamCoaching.comBounce Butler: https://www.BounceButler.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/chris_grahamOur Sponsors:The Beats Accelerator Process: http://beatsaccelerator.com/The Complete Producer Network: https://www.completeproducer.net/Other Links:Gear and Recommended Reading: https://kit.co/travisferenceSign up for the Progressions Mailing List!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Learn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Chris GrahamHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Travis FerenceTheme Music: inter.ference
Secret Sonics 095 - Chris Graham - Helping Audio People in His Own Unique Way
Chris Graham is a mastering engineer and the owner of Chris Graham Mastering in Columbus, OH, USA! He's also the founder of Bounce Butler and the co-host of the Six Figure Home Studio Podcast. In this episode, Chris shared his journey from musician to mastering engineer and his unique approach to building his business. We talked about how he's able to master using a laptop and headphones, why outboard gear is no longer necessary and we also talked about mental health and how he's trying to grow from his past experiences. Check it out! You can find out more about Chris at the following places - Business coaching - https://chrisgrahamcoaching.com/Bounce Butler - https://www.bouncebutler.com/Mastering - https://www.chrisgrahammastering.com/Podcast - https://www.thesixfigurehomestudio.com/podcast/You can find Chris on Social MediaIG - https://www.instagram.com/chris_graham/Subscribe to the podcast and get my free guidebook "Music Production Essentials" here - https://mpe-ebook.benwallick.com/free-downloadJoin the Secret Sonics Facebook community here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretsonicsIf you'd like to help support Secret Sonics, you can do so by visiting https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benwallickReferencesFischer 400 amplifier - https://classicreceivers.com/fisher-400Songs in the Key of Life - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songs_in_the_Key_of_LifeBob Ludwig - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_LudwigBrian Hood - https://456recordings.com/#aboutAuedeze LCD-X - chrisgrahammastering.com/headphones coupon code: 6fhsThanks for listening to this episode of Secret Sonics! I hope you enjoyed this episode :) Look out for new episodes weekly. Consider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the new podcast theme music!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.coIf you want the show to continue to improve, feel free to fill out a listener survey here: https://forms.gle/BWKmS4YmESYid5rh8 Follow along via social media here:Facebook: www.facebook.com/SecretSonicsPodInstagram: www.instagram.com/secretsonics/Feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions and feedback you might have. I'm open to learning about what topics you'd like to hear about and which people you'd like to hear from. In pursuit of making this podcast truly helpful to anybody looking to improve at music production, all suggestions are truly welcome! Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben
#050 - Mental Health for EDM Producers and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs with Chris Graham
Electronic Dance Money
It's the big 050! Thanks to everyone who has made this possible, and here's to another 50 episodes with you guys along the way!We're going deep in this episode. I'm so honored to have Chris Graham, my mentor, business coach, and good friend as a guest today.In this episode of Electronic Dance Money, we're diving into an hour long conversation about mental health as not just EDM producers, but business owners.Chris opens up about his incredible journey tackling his mental health over the past year and we breakdown Maslow's Hierarchy of needs. If you're interested in self actualizing and trying to be the best you there is to be, then you don't want to miss our on this episode.Head to https://enviousaudio.com/episode50 to check out the show notes!
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New Zealand Hip Hop Historic Chats with Chris Graham
The Provise Project
SHOW NOTES:We chat with Chris Graham director born in Wellington, and raised in Wellington, Bangkok, and Canada's capital city of Ottawa. We talk about his rise and development in the streets of 90 New York City and walk through his long screenography with New Zealand Hip Hop Video Clips.Graham is also one of the country's most awarded music video directors, with 11 awards over a six year span, including a trio of Tui awards for Smashproof's 'Brother', Dei Hamo's 'We Gon' Ride' & Scribe's 'Stand Up'. In 2018 he was nominated again, for Louis Baker video Black Crow. Graham made his music video debut in the United States with "Wild Out' for hip hop artists Savage & Baby Bash, before shooting 'Love the Islands' for Savage across the Samoan Islands.Graham's short films include Bus Stop (2002 Melbourne Film Festival) and Water, in which a family find their home overcome by rising waters. Bus Stop, which Graham wrote and directed, follows a group of bus passengers thinking upon their lives. Black comedy Water competed at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. Graham argued that it was about how people can procrastinate "with our lives, relationships and problems". He has also completed a 42 second film commissioned by Vodka brand 42 Below, for short film festival 'One Dream Rush'. Graham has an affinity for Māori and Pacific Island artists, and has directed award-winning music videos for Tha Feelstyle (Su'Amalie) and Trinity Roots (Little Things). He admits part of his motivation to direct Sione's Wedding, his first feature film, was because it starred The Naked Samoans, a group of Pacific Island comedians. "As a cinemagoer, I was dying to see a New Zealand comedy and leave the theatre with a bounce in my step, in a good mood, feeling optimistic about life."After an impressive opening weekend, Sione's Wedding went on to become the fourth highest grossing New Zealand film on its home territory. It was nominated for 10 NZ Screen Awards, including Best Film and Best Director.Graham followed it with horror feature The Ferryman, in which a group of tourists on a South Pacific cruise encounter a mysterious man with a secret (played by English actor John Rhys-Davies, from The Lord of the Rings). The cast also includes An Angel at My Table discovery Kerry Fox and Julian Arahanga.Graham has also done stints directing for award-winning arts series The Living Room.Graham lives in Auckland and runs independent production company, goodLife. He has feature projects in development in both New Zealand and the United States.LINKS MENTIONED:Dave Letele INSTAGRAMFOLLOW US:You can find THE PROVISE PROJECT over at:Our Apple Link to SubscribeSubscribe on Simplecast PodcastsTwitterInstagram
FBI Interview Master Class with Chris Graham Ep. 16
Fraud Busting with Traci Brown
You’ve seen Chris Graham in HBO’s McMillions docuseries. He’s a big reason the FBI cracked McDonald’s Monopoly game fraud case. In our interview he pulls back the curtain on exactly how the FBI does their interviews (interrogations) so they stand up in court. And he also talks about his work at Macerich shopping centers. You’ve been to their malls around the country. After listening to this you’ll never give a hard time to mall cops again.