We sit down for an insightful chat with Jonathan Wyner — current AES President and iZotope’s Director of Education — about the importance of collaboration and education around audio technology, how he’s witnessed its development over the years, and some of the trends we can expect to see in the near future.
The Evolution of AES with president elect Jonathan Wyner
Focusrite Pro Podcast
On this episode, Dan and Ted are joined by Jonathan Wyner, mastering engineer, educator, and 2021 AES president elect. We discuss non-traditional uses for audio products, educating the next generation of audio engineers, and a whole lot more!Previous episodes mentioned:The Future of AES with Executive Director Colleen HarperLearn more about Jonathan Wyner’s mastering studio, here.
Episode #292 – Rush Seating, Rosewood Rules Relaxed, And Mastering Engineer Jonathan Wyner
Bobby Owsinski's Inner Circle Podcast
My guest this week is Jonathan Wyner is the chief mastering engineer and president of M Works Mastering in Cambridge, MA. Jonathan began his career as a mastering engineer in 1985 as the compact disc was becoming a reality, and he studied digital mastering with one of the pioneers in the field for 5 years prior to establishing M Works Mastering. Like most mastering engineers, he has thousands of credits over a wide range of genres, including James Taylor, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Rahsaan Roland Kirk just to name a few, and he has mastered what is believed to be the longest CD ever at 80 minutes and 32 seconds. He is currently also serving as president of the Audio Engineering Society and as Education Director at iZotope, as well as a professor at Berklee College Of Music.During the interview we spoke about the time it takes to develop mastering engineer ears, identifying audio and musical trends, his mission as president of AES, and much more.On the intro I’ll take a look at the latest twist on concert ticketing known as rush seating, and at how the music industry managed to get the restrictions on rosewood relaxed.
Working Class Audio #173 with Jonathan Wyner!!! Jonathan Wyner is the Education Director at iZotope in Cambridge, MA, Chief Engineer at M Works Mastering, and Professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He's mastered and produced more than 5000 recordings during the last 34 years. Mastering, recording and mixing since 1983, he established M Works mastering studios in Cambridge, MA in 1991. Among the artists’ projects he has worked on are: James Taylor, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Kiri Te Kanawa, Aimee Mann, London Symphony, Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk, Pink Floyd, Bruce Springsteen and Nirvana. His project Invention and Alchemy received a Grammy Nomination in 2005. Jonathan has conducted seminars around the world and presented with George Massenburg, Doug Sax and Bob Ludwig among others. In January 2017 he presented the keynote talk for the NAMM TEC Tracks. He's authored a book, ‘Audio Mastering: Essential Practices’ published by Hale Leonard/Berklee Press. With the iZotope team he authored and developed ‘Pro Audio Essentials’, an online ear training site that garnered a TEC award in early 2017. About this Interview: Jonathan joins me to chat about the details of mastering and how he got into it, health, teaching, the bacon and chia seed diet , plus a double pun, a brilliant analogy and a few good laughs! Enjoy! - Matt Show notes and links: M Works Mastering: http://www.m-works.com/ Jonathan's book on Mastering: https://goo.gl/85jBFZ Deep Work: https://goo.gl/Jx7Vvt Cal Newport Blog: https://goo.gl/pX8FV8
Many of you will already know Jonathan from iZotope's excellent educational videos on mastering - he's also an experienced producer and recording engineer, head engineer at M-Works mastering (www.m-works.com), a lecturer at Berklee and has written a book on mastering. In this interview we talk about many different aspects of his career, including:* The delights (and perils) of analogue tape* Re-mastering David Bowie* Digital mastering tools - and the risk of over-using them* Humans versus machines in mastering (again) and* Getting the best of both worldsFull show notes and linkshttp://themasteringshow.com/episode-45
On this episode of The New Audio Podcast, host Sean Greenhalgh goes head to rhetorical head with iZotope Education Director, Jonathan Wyner, in “Lo-Fi vs. Hi-Fi.” Sparks fly when we attempt to answer the tough questions: what is lo-fi, what is hi-fi, and most importantly, which is better? Find out all about these topics and much more on the most controversial episode of The New Audio Podcast yet.Check out these Spotify Playlists! https://open.spotify.com/user/zlbdad/playlist/1tw48T7LU2B6b6L7RvhHGi https://open.spotify.com/user/theheat2/playlist/43KydgBh4yHmOsWsp6ntdf