EP 48: Tim O’Sullivan (Leonard Cohen, Rayland Baxter, Billy Corgan)
Master Your Mix Podcast
Tim O’Sullivan is an engineer, producer who has worked with many amazing artists including Leonard Cohen, Karen O, Rayland Baxter, Billy Corgan, SWMRS, Fidlar and so many more. He has had quite the career in audio so far; having worked at Undertone Audio where he was responsible for wiring consoles and cables, to becoming the studio manager at Eric Valentine’s Barefoot Recording studio. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: The odd technique used to record drums with Queens Of The Stone AgeUsing saturation in your mixesWorking with Eric ValentineBreaking the “rules of audio”How a single cable drastically altered Slash’s signature guitar soundWhere to start when it comes to finding clients To learn more about Tim O’Sullivan, visit: http://osullivanaudio.com/ https://www.barefoot-recording.com/ To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://www.masteryourmix.com/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://www.masteryourmix.com/blueprint To make sure that you don’t miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
RSR259 - Eric Masse - 3-Time Grammy Losing Producer/Engineer of Miranda Lambert, Rayland Baxter, and bringing Low-Level concepts to High-Level brains
Recording Studio Rockstars
My guest today is Eric Masse a Producer and engineer living in Nashville since 2006. Self-described as a three times Grammy losing producer originally from Grand Rapids MI, later living in Boston. Eric is a fan of great songs and focuses on producing (or co-producing), cutting, and mixing the records he makes. He loves European Football and is a Chelsea FC supporter. He loves giving people the thumbs up. He has a beard and almost exclusively wears plain black t-shirts. After graduating Berklee School of Music in Boston he moved to Nashville to intern at Blackbird Studio by day and tend bar at night. Masse’s first studio was called "Cabin In the Woods" (Fairview, TN), followed by Idiot Dog (Music Row), and finally, The Casino (East Nashville), where he works today. When a record calls for a larger studio, he prefers Southern Ground. In 2014, while playing in a golf tournament, Masse met eminent Nashville producer, Frank Liddell. That connection led to a collaboration that has born several projects, most notably Miranda Lambert’s 2016 release, The Weight of These Wings produced by Masse, Liddell, and Glenn Worf which won the Academy of Country Music's Album of the Year award. Thanks to our sponsors! OWC: Other World Computing: https://www.OWC.com JZ Microphones: https://usashop.jzmic.com Spectra1964: https://www.spectra1964.com Presonus Studio One: https://www.presonus.com API Audio: http://www.apiaudio.com/ RSR Academy: http://RSRockstars.com/Academy Want to learn more about mixing? Get Free mix training with Lij at: http://MixMasterBundle.com Hear more on Youtube If you love the podcast, then please Leave a review on iTunes here CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/259
Mac Miller on Talkin' Folk?? Yep. This episode Joe tuned in to take Nick through some of his favorites from the Rayland Baxter album "Good Mmornin"... Baxter's album is a collection of covers from the late Mac Miller. As a bonus, we'll feature both the Rayland covers and Mac Miller originals of: "Small Worlds" "Come Back to Earth"
I DIG RECORDS! Vol. 2 - Knxwledge & Rayland Baxter
Dan Cable Presents
VOL.2 ----------Dan and Rob discuss Knxwledge's "Meek Vol.1" (2017) and "Meek Vol.2" (2020), as well as Rayland Baxter's "Good Mmornin" (2019) record, which is a tribute record to Mac Miller.To keep up with the podcast and the artists featured, please check out the links below!Email the show:email@example.comInstagram:@knxwledge @raylandishere@dancablepresents@bobbygrooves@highpulpmusic@sunkingexperiment @insidevoicesrecordsWebsite:https://knxwledge.bandcamp.com/http://www.raylandbaxter.com/
Gregory Alan Isakov / Rayland Baxter / Award: Dara Schoenwald
This week, we’re joined on the airwaves by one of our good friends (not to mention one of our favorite songwriters out there), Gregory Alan Isakov. This is Gregory’s sixth time on the show (his first all the way back in 2008) and he shares tunes from his critically acclaimed new record ‘Evening Machines.’ Also with us: Alt-country/American singer/songwriter Rayland Baxter, a truly one-of-a-kind performer and individual (don’t miss his interview w/Nick). Plus we’ll hear from Dara Schoenwald, a Florida woman who, with her husband, founded a website - Volunteer Cleanup - that connects potential volunteers with organized shoreline cleanups all over their state.
Rayland Baxter will be releasing a new EP called Good mmornin’ due out July 26th, which is a series of covers of Mac Miller’s work. If you’re unfamiliar with Miller, he was a hip hop artist who past last September at the age of 26. He was prolific during his short life, but demons, including depression and drug abuse caught up to him. The juxtaposition of Rayland’s spirit and Miller’s work was kind of initially difficult to get my head around, but having heard the EP now several times, I’m not only a fan of what Rayland has created but now I want to explore even more of Mac Miller’s work. I can tell you the sincerity with which Rayland speaks about this project is undeniable on the work itself. Good mmornin’ is a very solid listen, and an absolute stunning tribute to Mac Miller. Though the EP is only out at the end of the month you can catch Rayland on the road where he may be performing some of these or other Mac Miller songs. For all the details or to order the EP visit raylandbaxter.com. Show Notes: First Song: 00:14 - 2009 Interview Begins: 05:31 Extro Song: 36:38 - Objects In The MirrorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the show, Z. meets up with songwriter and rock n' roller Rayland Baxter on the road in Las Vegas. Beyond Rayland Baxter's mellow, easy going demeanor, lies a deeply perceptive and sharp as a knife craftsman who takes his songwriting deadly serious. His newest record “Wide Awake” deepens his focus and finds him questioning the very existence of the American dream being bought and sold all around us.