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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.

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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.

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This podcast. I was very honored to be a guest and I still listen to every episode!!!

Great podcast!

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One of the best recording podcasts out there!!!

iTunes Ratings

132 Ratings
Average Ratings
119
8
2
1
2

I love

By AAU14 - Feb 03 2019
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This podcast. I was very honored to be a guest and I still listen to every episode!!!

Great podcast!

By mdwproductions - May 13 2018
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One of the best recording podcasts out there!!!
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Working Class Audio

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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.

Rank #1: WCA #200 with Tchad Blake - Shooting Armadillos, Motorcycles, Buying ribs for Keith Richards, Surviving Cancer and yes...... the Sans Amp.

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When I asked Tchad Blake if he had an official bio he said..."Probably, It's just not written down. " :-)

Tchad has worked with many artists including Arctic Monkeys, State Radio, Apartment 26, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel, Pearl Jam, Tom Waits, Richard Thompson, Brazilian Girls, Gerard Way, Sheryl Crow, November 2nd, T-Bone Burnett, Travis, Marike Jager, Crowded House, Finn Brothers, Liam Finn, The Pretenders, Bernard Fanning, Los Lobos, The Bad Plus, Sam Phillips, Suzanne Vega, The Bangles, Stina Nordenstam, Phish, Bonnie Raitt, Lisa Germano, Fishbone, Al Green, Tracy Chapman, Phantom Planet, Gomez, The Dandy Warhols, American Music Club, Jed Davis, Blitzen Trapper, Cibo Matto, Haley Bonar, David Rhodes, The Black Keys, U2, Nico Vega, Halloween, Alaska, Cheese People, Kula Shaker and Soul Coughing, Delta Spirit, The Sheepdogs, Clarance Bucaro, Charlie Mars, The Van Jets, Indy Grotto, RZA, Nive Nielsen, Mutemath, Max Gomez, Living In Question, Justin Townes Earle, Luella And The Suns, Aṣa, Nina Violet, Tracy Bonham, Little Fish, Blackroc, Gary Myrick and The Figures, among others.

Tchad has a long-running partnership with producer Mitchell Froom, and the two formed Latin Playboys with David Hidalgo and Louie Pérez of Los Lobos. Tchad, of course, is known for his unconventional recording and mixing technics and his use of binaural recording. He has won a number of Grammy Awards, beginning with a Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for Sheryl Crow's The Globe Sessions (1998). He won another Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Suzanne Vega's Beauty & Crime (2007). Blake won two Grammys for his work with The Black Keys on 2010's Brothers.


About this Interview: 

Tchad joins me to talk about his journey starting in Baytown, Texas shooting Armadillos and riding motorcycles to Los Angeles buying ribs for Keith Richards while working at Wally Heider's studio. We also cover his work with Mitchell Froom, surviving cancer and yes......a little discussion of mechanical filters and the Sans Amp.

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Oct 15 2018

1hr 24mins

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Rank #2: WCA #164 with Steve Albini - Fascist Haircuts, Analog Longevity, Reusing Analog Tape, Surviving 20 years, Poverty and the Cycle of Money.

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Working Class Audio #164 with Steve Albini!!!

Steve Albini needs no introduction really. Musician, engineer and studio owner known for his work with Nirvana, Page and Plant, PJ, Harvey as well as thousands of other bands. Yes, thousands. Steve is well known for his long term practice of sticking to analog recording methods and his dedication to the bands he records with regards to respecting the band dynamic. He also has played in the bands Big Black, Rapeman as well as his current band Shellac. Steve is part of a program called the Letters to Santa Program of Chicago with his wife Heather Whinna and Jeff Tweddy of WIlco known for it's work raising money for poverty stricken individuals and families in the Chicago area.

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Feb 05 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #3: WCA #009 with Andrew Scheps

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Working Class Audio Session #009 with Andrew Scheps!!! Andrew Scheps has worked with The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, Grace Potter, Jay-Z, U2, Justin Timberlake and Green Day…just to name a few.  Just home from a European trip that included a week in France conducting a seminar at  Mix with the Masters, Andrew shares his views […]

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Jan 15 2015

1hr 27mins

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Rank #4: WCA #047 with John Vanderslice

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Working Class Audio Session #047 with John Vanderslice!!! John Vanderslice (born in Gainesville, Florida) is an American musician, songwriter, record producer, and recording engineer. He is the owner and founder of Tiny Telephone, and Tiny Telephone Oakland, Bay Area analog recording studios. In 10 full-length albums, and 5 remix records and EPs, Vanderslice’s songwriting is characterized by deeply personal and political lyrics […]

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Nov 09 2015

1hr 27mins

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Rank #5: WCA #110 NAMM Power Chat 2017

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Working Class Audio Session #110 NAMM Power Chat!!!

I took a trip from NORCAL to SOCAL to hit NAMM 2017. As I arrived I decided to put together a show based on "Power Chats/Talks". 20 minute or so quick chats with friends about certain topics. Ben Lindell from Puremix, Sean McLaughlin, Andy Freeman, Gary Boss of Audio-Technica and Vance Powell joined me. Enjoy!

Jan 23 2017

1hr 11mins

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Rank #6: WCA #053 with Darrell Thorp

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Working Class Audio Session #053 with Darrell Thorp!!! Darrell Thorp is a seven time Grammy Award winning (OutKast, Radiohead, Switchfoot, Molotov, Beck) producer, mixer, engineer with over 18 years experience under his belt and many multi platinum records to his discography.  Darrell moved to Los Angles in 1997 after a 4 year service in the […]

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Dec 21 2015

56mins

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Rank #7: WCA #079 with Dave Fridmann

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Working Class Audio Session #079 with Dave Fridmann!!! Dave Fridmann is a producer, engineer and musician who has made records with  Mercury Rev , The Flaming Lips , Weezer, Sparklehorse, Mogwai, Gemma Hayes, Sleater-Kinney , Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, MGMT, Neil Finn, OK Go, and Spoon, to name a few! :-) He works out of Tarbox Road Studios which he built over […]

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Jun 20 2016

1hr 5mins

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Rank #8: WCA #187 with Kendal Osborne

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Working Class Audio #187 with Kendal Osborne!!!

Kendal Osborne is an audio engineer, mixer, producer, and musician out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He owns and operates The Closet Studios and has done so since 2007. Kendal regularly records with artists from Oklahoma and the surrounding states, but has mixed songs from artists around the world. He also teaches two part-time night classes at Tulsa Technology Center (a vocational school in Tulsa) about recording, and is the host of the Recording Lounge Podcast.  Aside from the studio, Kendal enjoys reading, woodworking, and spending time with his wife, Audra. After marrying in 2012, they moved into their current home in a quiet neighborhood just on the outskirts of Tulsa. They enjoy cooking, weekend getaways, and watching movies together.

About this Interview:

Kendal joins me for a chat about laughing bankers, passing and failing building inspections, drummers with decorating sense, the music scene of Tulsa, Oklahoma and tornados. Enjoy! - Matt

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The studio: http://www.theclosetstudios.com
Kendal's Podcast: http://www.recordingloungepodcast.com
Instagram: @theclosetstudios

Jul 15 2018

42mins

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Rank #9: WCA #220 with Butch Vig

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Working Class Audio #220 with Butch Vig!!!

“Artist” is the single word which best describes producer, mixer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Butch Vig.  Born in Viroqua, Wisconsin, his parents Doc and Betty exposed Butch to a variety of music and fine arts culture during his youth.

While attending the University of Wisconsin Madison, where he received a degree in filmmaking, Vig focused on experimental music composition – an area that would serve him well into the future.  While at the UW, Butch jumped into the local music scene and joined the band Spooner as its drummer.  Unlike most drummers, content to bang out the rhythms, Vig pursued music composition with the band and stepped behind the studio glass to shape the recorded sound as a producer.

After graduating from the UW, Butch co-founded Smart Studios and began producing and mixing albums.  His perseverance as an independent producer in Madison carried far beyond Wisconsin’s borders, as artists from around the country began to hear the clear, edgy, hard rock sound shaped by Butch’s productions. His work with Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Smashing Pumpkins  and Soul Asylum in the 90s has been hailed by music critics and authors who have placed his work at the top of the decades best recordings.

Additionally, Vig has created many exciting remixes for such prominent artists as U2, Beck, Korn, Alanis Morrissette,  Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails. In 1995 Vig returned to performing and writing with a band he formed that goes by the name of Garbage.  The multi-platinum, Grammy Nominated band has achieved worldwide critical and commercial success as it ushered in yet another new direction for rock music. Recently, Vig has produced critically acclaimed albums for Against Me,  Green Day, and The Foo Fighters, winning a Grammy for their album “Wasting Light.”  He was recently ranked #9 on NME’s Top 50 Greatest Producers Ever.  In 2014, Butch produced The Foo Fighters HBO documentary “Sonic Highways.” In 2016 Garbage released their acclaimed sixth album “Strange Little Birds”. In 2018 Butch produced the soundtrack for Puppy Love, and he recently wrapped up production on the new Silversun Pickups album.

-Jim Berkenstadt

About this Interview:

Butch joins me to talk about growing up in Viroqua, Wisconsin, the trajectory of Smart Studios, one band leading to another, being diverse, vibe crushers as well as Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins and Garbage.

Show Notes and LinksButch on Twitter: @butchvigWCA Patreon Subscriptions: https://goo.gl/iSPLTSAudio-Technica Samples:https://goo.gl/xnHHD7UA Deal for WCA listeners: https://www.uaudio.com/workingclassaudioAEA Ribbon Mics: https://www.aearibbonmics.com/Audio Life on Gearslutz: https://www.gearslutz.com/board/audio-life/WCA on Youtube: https://goo.gl/g5nsWGJessica Thompson site: http://www.jessicathompsonaudio.com/CreditsHost: Matt BoudreauWCA Theme Music: Cliff TruesdellAnnouncer: Chuck SmithEditing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt BoudreauAdditional Music: The License Lab

Mar 04 2019

1hr 6mins

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Rank #10: WCA #115 with Kurt Ballou

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Working Class Audio Session #115 with Kurt Ballou!!!

Kurt Ballou is a musician and producer, best known as the guitarist from Massachusetts-based band Converge. Aside from his role in Converge, Ballou is a prolific producer, recording and producing out of his own GodCity Studio.  Kurt has worked with numerous bands over the last 25 years in a producing/ recording role including High on Fire, Nails, Russian Circles and Code Orange. Kurt and Matt talk over Skype discussing health, retirement, drugs, family, money and Asperger's syndrome. Enjoy!

Feb 27 2017

1hr 13mins

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Rank #11: WCA #058 with Jim Scott

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Working Class Audio Session #058 with Jim Scott!!! This interview with Jim Scott was recorded live at the Focal booth at NAMM 2016 was fantastic.  Jim is best known for his large body of work as an engineer, and his work as a producer with American rock band Wilco. Jim  has worked as engineer with a range of […]

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Jan 25 2016

1hr 22mins

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Rank #12: WCA #242 with Brian David Hood - Creating A Six Figure Home Studio

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Brian David Hood is a producer/engineer, studio owner, and entrepreneur. Brian takes us through his journey, from playing drums on tour, opening a studio in his parent's basement, hitting a major low point that spurred him on to better opportunities, creating a video course and a podcast and his entrepreneurial ventures.

In this episode, you’ll discover:Brian's podcast that addresses the business concerns of audio pros. A new way to post mixes and masters for your clients and get paid.A video course to give your audio business a kick in the ass. The benefits of keeping your overhead low. Tools to get over social anxiety. Delegating and automating audio tasks.  The benefits of checklists. Links and Show Notes:Free Workshop: How To Make A Living From Your Existing Audio Skills: https://bitly.com/The link to everything we talk to Brian about https://www.thesixfigurehomestudio.com/wca/Working Class Audio Journal: https://amzn.to/2GN67TPCurrent sponsors & promos: https://bit.ly/2WmKbFwCredits:Host: Matt Boudreau Guest: Brian David HoodWCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck SmithEditing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt BoudreauAdditional Music: The License Lab

Aug 05 2019

1hr 26mins

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Rank #13: WCA #256 with Scott Evans - Quitting his day job, Drug money, Wrestling mixes, Imposter syndrome and being financially conservative.

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Scott Evans is an engineer and mixer based in Oakland, California. This is Scott's second appearance on WCA. His first appearance was Episode #010 in 2015. We met at his studio for a great discussion and follow up to our first interview.

For more info on Scott visit: http://antisleep.com/


In this episode we discuss:

  • Quitting his day job
  • Traveling to record
  • Being financially conservative
  • Drug money
  • Electrical Audio
  • Mastering Diagnosis
  • Winning A potty
  • Wrestling Mixes
  • Imposter Syndrome


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  • Guest: Scott Evans
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Nov 11 2019

1hr 15mins

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Rank #14: WCA #090 with Lij Shaw

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Working Class Audio Session #090 with Lij Shaw!!! Lij Shaw is an award winning music and podcast producer who has made records for 25 years. His studio, The Toy Box Studio is located East Nashville, Tennessee. Lij is my “Brother from Another Podcast” being the host of Recording Studio Rockstars.  He’s a guy like myself who has been […]

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Sep 05 2016

1hr 10mins

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Rank #15: WCA #063 with Joey Sturgis

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Working Class Audio Session #063 with Joey Sturgis!!! Joey Sturgis is an educator, speaker, and fixture in the emergent modern rock music pantheon producing, engineering and mixing  bands such  as Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, We Came As Romans, Blessthefall, and The Devil Wears Prada. He took his passion for drums and guitars and combined […]

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Feb 29 2016

1hr 35mins

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Rank #16: WCA #106 with Don Zientara

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Working Class Audio Session #106 with Don Zientara!!! Don Zientara is a musician and recording engineer as well as the owner and chief engineer at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Virginia located outside of Washington DC. Don has a varied background that is part art, part military, part electronics  and ultimately all music and recording. While Don records many kinds of music, he is best known for his work with Dischord Records and DC Hardcore bands including The Teen Idles, Minor Threat, Rites of Spring, Fugazi and Bad Brains as well as many, many more. Matt stopped in to Inner Ear Studios while on a recent trip to the Washington/Virginia area to interview Don in person. Enjoy!

Dec 26 2016

1hr 26mins

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Rank #17: WCA #217 with Tony Maserati

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Working Class Audio #217 with Tony Maserati!!!

Tony Maserati is a Grammy Award winning mixer, and record producer / engineer. He was involved in the development of the New York R&B and Hip-Hop scene in the 1990s, working with Mary J. Blige, Notorious B.I.G., Puff Daddy, and Queen Latifah. Since then, he has worked on Grammy nominated projects with Beyonce (who he won “Best R&B Album” in 2003 with “Dangerously In Love”), Jason Mraz, Robin Thicke, Usher, and Selena Gomez. Tony has been nominated for a total of 10 Grammys, with four in the “Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical” category.

About this Interview:

Tony joins me to talk about his 90’s New York history, early adoption of technology, setting goals, contracts, not working for free and hip hop. -Enjoy

Show Notes and LinksTony’s site: http://tonymaserati.com/WCA Patreon Subscriptions: https://goo.gl/iSPLTSOneMic Series: http://www.johncuniberti.com/onemic/Current Sponsors and Promoshttps://bit.ly/2WmKbFw

Feb 11 2019

53mins

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Rank #18: WCA #135 with Jacquire King

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Working Class Audio Session #135 with Jacquire King!!!Jacquire King is known for his work with  

Kings of Leon, Tom Waits, James Bay, Modest Mouse, You Me At Six, Buddy Guy, Norah Jones, Of Monsters and Men, Josh Ritter, Cold War Kids, Punch Brothers, City and Colour, Moon Taxi, Robert Ellis, Amber Rubarth and Dawes. Our interview takes place at Jacquire's private studio outside of Nashville, Tennessee where he graciously invited me over to have a chat and discuss our common connection to the Bay Area. We discuss his time there coming up as someone trying to make his mark in the studio scene and the changes that eventually convinced him to move to Nashville. We follow that up with his transition into Nashville and the struggles that followed and of course the success that followed that. Jacquire is a thoughtful and low key person who shares his views on what inspires him and how he works to inspire others. I have to say this interview really inspired me and got me thinking about my own career and what I can do to move it forward. I hope you have the same experience. -Matt

Jul 17 2017

1hr 1min

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Rank #19: WCA #049 with F. Reid Shippen

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Working Class Audio Session #049 with F. Reid Shippen!!! You gotta love this guy. I asked him for a bio and I got this….. “I hate bios. Bios suck. For more information about me you can visit my website at http://www.robotlemon.com/“ So in an effort to have a little bit more info here’s this….  F. Reid Shippen […]

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Nov 23 2015

57mins

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Rank #20: WCA #014 with Sylvia Massy

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Working Class Audio Session #014 with Sylvia Massy!!! Sylvia Massy has been Producing, Engineering and Mixing popular music for decades. She’s renowned for her work with Tool, System of a Down, Johnny Cash and Prince. She’s received over 25 gold and platinum records including awards for her work with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sevendust and […]

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Mar 30 2015

1hr 9mins

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WCA #294 with McKay Garner - Remote Production, Curveballs and Lemonade, Production Mindset, Community, and Burritos

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McKay Garner is a producer, engineer, mixer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer, he has worked on records for artists such as J Dilla, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mike Shinoda/Linkin Park, Michael Buble, Dead & Company/Mickey Hart, made music in films such as the Transformers movie, in video games, and for television shows such as Total Recall, America’s Next Top Model, Grey’s Anatomy, and many more. He has been fortunate to work as an engineer on projects with amazing producers and engineers such as Rick Rubin, Ariel Rechtshaid, Dana Nielsen, and Ryan Hewitt, among others.


After studying music at the University of N.C. School of the Arts, McKay Garner’s career has spanned decades performing in front of countless audiences and creating music in recording studios. McKay is an active member of the Bay Area music scene. As an elected leader volunteer, he served two terms as co-chair of the Producers and Engineers Wing and is an active Board member of the Recording Academy SF Chapter (the Grammys and more), McKay now strives to bring attention to experimental, innovative, and traditional music voices within the industry.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Remote Production
  • Residential Rental Recording Spaces
  • Supportive Spouses
  • Curveballs and Lemonade
  • Drummers as Producers/Engineers
  • LA to SF
  • Life In LA
  • Music and Technology
  • Burritos
  • Production Mindset
  • Production Financials
  • Licensing
  • Community


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Credits:

  • Guest: McKay Garner
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Aug 03 2020

1hr 20mins

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WCA #293 with Heidi Trefethen - Live Sound, Recording, French Horn, Struggles with The Mormon Church, Session Mindset, Sexism and Learning to Evolve

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Heidi Trefethen is a French Hornist, multi-instrumentalist, educator, and sought-after sound engineer, Heidi Trefethen shuttles back and forth across continents frequently, in roles both onstage and off. As a hornist, she has performed in numerous ensembles and venues in Italy, the UK, Bosnia, Thailand, Guatemala, Israel Turkey, and the US, including the LA Philharmonic, the JazzUp Festival in Italy, Cleveland's Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame, San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall and SFJAZZ's Miner Hall.

As a live sound engineer, she has worked with the likes of Shawn Colvin, Meshell N'degeocello, Odetta, Ellis Paul, Joan Baez, Joan Armatrading, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Holly Near, John Stewart of the Kingston Trio, Dar Williams, Al Stewart, Jane Siberry and Lucy Kaplansky, often at the legendary Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, CA. Heidi can be often seen behind the sound boards at SFJAZZ where she was recently recruited as a FOH and A2 engineer. 

As a recording engineer, she studied at the California Recording Institute’s intensive sound engineering program. An internship at the historic Coast Recorders and a job at Rocket Lab mastering house had her working side-by-side with technical heavyweights John Cuniberti, Dan Alexander and Michael Romanowski. Heidi’s engineering credits include Tammy Hall’s “Blue Soul,” Jessica Jones and Mark Taylor’s “Live at the Freight” 2011, Lucy Kaplansky’s "Kaplansky Sings Kaplanksy," 2000, Michael Burles' currently "Untitled Recording" 2017, Nestler and Hawtin's "Duality" 2014, co-engineered with Bryan Bell, Herbie Hancock’s first engineer, and full production of Anne Rainwater's solo piano recording of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • SF Jazz
  • French Horn
  • Freight & Salvage
  • Teaching
  • Learning to Evolve
  • Mentoring
  • Women's Audio Mission
  • Covid's Effect
  • The Audio Pro Advantage
  • The Importance of Recording & Music
  • Overdubbing at a Young Age
  • Education
  • Open Mic Nights
  • Live Sounds
  • Producing
  • Session Mindset
  • Communication Style
  • Struggles w/The Mormon Church
  • Empathy
  • Women in Audio
  • Sexism
  • Bay Area
  • Speaking Italian
  • Making a Living
  • Not Working for Free


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Credits:

  • Guest: Heidi Trefethen
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jul 26 2020

1hr 1min

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WCA #292 with Jessica Paz - Manhattan Special, Soda Stream, Theater Sound, Women in Audio, Sound Design, Advocacy and Last Minute Christmas Gifts

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Jessica Paz is a Tony Award-winning Sound Designer for theater, film and music. Most recently, she collaborated with Nevin Steinberg on the sound design for Anaïs Mitchell’s acclaimed production of Hadestown, which earned the duo a Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle nomination.

On Broadway, Jessica was an Associate Sound Designer on projects including Dear Evan HansenBandstandDisaster! The MusicalThe Assembled Parties (MCC); and Fela!.

Other design credits include Little Shop of Horrors (Westside Theater); Kiss My Aztec (Berkeley Rep); Twelfth Night, OthelloMiss You Like Hell, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Nights Dream, and As You Like It (The Public Theater); Burn All Night (A.R.T Oberon Stage); Ugly Lies the Bone (Roundabout); A Sucker EmCee, and The Muscles in Our Toes (LAByrinth); The Kings Whore (Starcatcher Productions); Becoming Dr. Ruth (Westside Theater); Looking for the Pony (Vital Theater Co.); Women Beware Women (Red Bull Theater); STRETCH – A Fantasia (New Georges); Welcome to Fear City (KC Rep); Scott & Hem in the Garden of Allah, and See How They Run (Barrington Stage); Legally Blonde, and 9 to 5 The Musical (North Shore Music Theater); Romeo & Juliet, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello, and Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare on the Sound’s Productions); SCKBSTD (Virginia Stage Co) ; Volcanoes Birthright (Organic Magnetics); TempOdyssey, And Her Hair Went With HerBookends, and Minstrel Show (NJ Rep).

Jessica has been a Front of House Engineer for musicians including The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Antibalas, Julia Haltigan, Femi Kuti, Lady Antebellum, Candy Shop Boys, People vs. Larson, Michael Arenetta, Bugaboo, Carte Blanche, King Holiday, The Woes, Stone Cold Fox, The African Children’s Choir and many others. She has also been a Lecturer of Sound Design in addition to student advisor for Princeton Universities production of Next To Normal, and was the Sound Designer of the Actor’s Studio Drama School’s yearly Master’s Thesis productions from 2009 – 2014.

Jessica is fascinated by music studio and live concert techniques. She is constantly learning and researching innovative approaches from the traditional music recording world, and bringing them into her theater work. A proud member of IATSE Local 829; Soundgirls.org; Woman’s Audio Mission; USITT; and Co-Chair of the board of the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association. She currently resides in New York. Pizza is her favorite food group. 


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Manhattan Special
  • Theater Sound
  • Broadway/Off Broadway
  • Theater Sound Design
  • System Design
  • Audio Teams
  • Audio Roles
  • Mentors
  • Large Budgets
  • Network Audio
  • Rain vs. Audio
  • Women in Audio
  • Theater vs. Club Sound
  • Union Rules
  • Money
  • Passion for Audio
  • Past Jobs
  • Trying to Leave Audio
  • Advocacy


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Credits:

  • Guest: Jessica Paz
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jul 19 2020

53mins

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WCA #291 with Greg Gordon - Great Landlords, Glee Club, Relationships, Early Days of Internet Audio, Online Mentorship, Pyramind, and the Letter I

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Greg Gordon is a the Founder/Director at PYRAMIND.com, as well as a producer, educator, and entrepreneur. Greg has worked with HTC Vive, Microsoft Studios, Insomniac Games, SONY, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Disney, Blizzard, Zynga, Amazon, Samsung, HP, Nvidia, GoPro, LifeBeam, The Battery SF, Brandcast and many more. His music production credits include Rob Garza (Thievery Corporation), Giorgio Moroder, K Theory, Rain Phutureprimitive, The Bronx, Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia (The Grateful Dead) and Rocker T & Joan Baez.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Relationships
  • Great Landlords
  • Glee Club
  • Early Days of Internet Audio
  • Game Soundtracks
  • The Letter I
  • The History of Pyramind
  • Downsizing
  • Online Mentorship


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Credits:

  • Guest: Greg Gordon
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jul 13 2020

1hr 5mins

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WCA #290 with Joe Chiccarelli - Frank Zappa, Producing, Psychology, Budgets, Learning From Others, Sharing Knowledge, and The Tonelux Mic Collaboration

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Joe Chiccarelli is a ten-time Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer/mixer whose credits include such artists as Tori Amos, Beck, U2, The Strokes, The Killers, Elton John, The Shins, The White Stripes, Morrissey, Alanis Morrisette, Jason Mraz, Juanes, Julieta Venegas, The Raconteurs, Cafe Tacuba, and My Morning Jacket. Other projects through his twenty-year career have included music supervision of films such as Suicide Kings and Men with Guns, the TV series Cracker and Robert Altman’s The Gun. Joe is the studio designer for the state-of-the-art Royaltone Recording Studios (now Sphere) in Burbank, CA, and has served as an A&R consultant for several major and independent labels.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Matt & Joe's Connection
  • Frank Zappa
  • Roy Thomas Baker
  • Joe's Approach to Producing
  • Inexperienced Managers
  • Psychology
  • Handling Disagreements
  • Fresh Perspectives
  • Working in Multiple Genres
  • Mix with the Masters
  • Getting the Most Out Of a Budget
  • Learning From Others
  • Sharing Knowledge
  • The Tonelux Mic Collaboration
  • Planning the Year


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Credits:

  • Guest: Joe Chiccarelli
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jul 05 2020

1hr 8mins

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WCA #289 with George Vlad - The Draw of the Outdoors, Field Recording, Ecology, Adventure, Bribes, and Bees

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George Vlad is a sound recordist, photographer and expedition leader with a keen interest in wildlife and conservation. George travels extensively and records a variety of sounds, from natural ambiences and wildlife to odd vehicles and vintage aircraft. He also supports a variety of conservation initiatives around the world, either directly, by sharing my work with them or by employing them in my travels. When he's not traveling George works as a sound designer and composer for video games from his studio in Southern England. His audio work is heard by millions of players every month.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Languages
  • Burning Out
  • The Draw of the Outdoors
  • The Listening Experience
  • Travel
  • Ecology
  • The language of Birds
  • Field Recording Technique
  • Trip Planning
  • Man Made Sounds
  • Threat of Extinction
  • Recording Attention
  • Bribes
  • Fear
  • Adventure
  • Fixers
  • Packing
  • Bees
  • Experience vs ROI
  • Sound Libraries
  • Sound Design
  • Game Sound Implementation


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Credits:

  • Guest: George Vlad
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jun 28 2020

1hr 5mins

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WCA #288 with Jens Bogren - Chaos Theory, Working in Metal, Psychology, Banks, Sports Fishing and, Motion Sickness

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Jens Bogren is a Swedish record producer, mixer and recording engineer who has worked Opeth, Sepultura, Katatonia and a long list of many other bands.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Working in Metal
  • Banks
  • Studio Naming
  • Building A New Studio
  • Sports Fishing
  • Motion Sickness
  • Chaos Theory
  • Bogren Digital
  • Trail of Luck
  • Determining What to Charge
  • Managers
  • Psychology of Showreels
  • Psychology of Production Work
  • Leadership
  • Surround Sound Work


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Credits:

  • Guest: Jens Bogren
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jun 22 2020

58mins

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WCA #287 with Nacho Molino - Panama, The Noriega Years, Bilingual Advantage, 15 year US immigration process and, Responsible Grammy Voting

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Ignacio "Nacho" Molino is a five-time Grammy and Latin Grammy award-winning Mix Engineer/Producer. He has worked with CJ Ramone from The Ramones, Spice Slawson from Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies, Ruben Blades, Joan Manuel Serrat, and Carlos Vives.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Growing up in Panama
  • The Noriega Years
  • Civil War
  • Distance Learning
  • 15 year US immigration process
  • Marriage/Divorce
  • Working in different Genres
  • SNOW!!!
  • Bilingual Advantage
  • Regional Rate Strategies
  • Central America
  • Responsible Grammy Voting 


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Credits:

  • Guest: Nacho Molino
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jun 15 2020

1hr 4mins

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WCA #286 with Cullen Brooks - Music to Film Sound, Star Wars, Michigan, Recording Punk bands, Division of Labor and Disruptive Clients

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Cullen Brooks works in television & film as a dialogue editor, re-recording mixer, sound designer, sound editor, Sound Effects Editor, and Sound Mixer.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Transitioning from Music to Film Sound 
  • The Impact of Star Wars & the Matrix
  • Recording Punk bands
  • Learning Film Sound 
  • Jumping in With Both Feet
  • Working Remotely
  • Disruptive Clients
  • New York
  • Michigan
  • Lost Tax Incentives 
  • Division of Labor
  • Terms
  • Business
  • Work Ethic
  • Watching Your Mouth
  • Getting More Work
  • How to Use Social Media


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Credits:

  • Guest: Cullen Brooks
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jun 08 2020

53mins

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WCA #285 with Sam Pura - The F-Word, Smoking Weed, Doing the Hard Work, Intuition and, Being Responsible for Yourself

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Sam Pura is a producer, engineer and mixer who runs The Panda Studios. Sam is known for his work with The Story So Far, Basement, and Hundredth as well as many, many others.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Smoking Weed
  • Flying Transparent
  • MySpace Days
  • Eric Valentine
  • The Emotion of Sound
  • Getting Past Gearlust
  • Impact, Clarity, and Depth
  • Making Bands Comfortable
  • Doing the Hard Work
  • Dealing with Coronavirus
  • Managers
  • Being Responsible for Yourself
  • Intuition
  • Work-Life Balance


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Credits:

  • Guest: Sam Pura
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Jun 01 2020

59mins

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WCA #284 with Dallas Taylor - Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast, Crafting stories with Sound, Positioning, Ben Burtt, Challenging Convention and Burnout Prevention

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Dallas Taylor is the host and creator of Twenty Thousand Hertz, a lovingly crafted podcast revealing the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds. Dallas is also the Creative Director of Defacto Sound, where he has led thousands of high-profile projects ranging from blockbuster trailers and advertising campaigns to Sundance award-winning films and major television series. Dallas is a sought-after speaker at conferences, a regular contributor to major publications, and a respected thought leader on the narrative power of sound.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • The five senses
  • 250-hour podcasts
  • Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast
  • Thinking about sound
  • Growing up in Arkansas
  • Conducting
  • Pushing the status quo
  • Echo Chambers
  • Sound Design
  • Crafting stories with sound
  • Running a sound business
  • Positioning
  • Ben Burtt and Star Wars
  • Pushing through obstacles
  • Recharging
  • Burnout prevention
  • Challenging convention


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Credits:

  • Guest: Dallas Taylor
  • Photographer: Stephen Voss
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

May 25 2020

1hr

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WCA #283 with Jermaine Hamilton - Music Annex, Tickle Me Elmo, Green Day, Zen Mindset, Financial Buffers, and Coffee

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Jermaine Hamilton is a Lead Audio Engineer and managing partner at Studio Circle Recordings.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Music Annex
  • Tickle Me Elmo
  • Green Day
  • Zen Mindset
  • Coronavirus
  • Financial Buffers
  • Corporate Audio
  • Diversification


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Credits:

  • Guest: Jermaine Hamilton
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

May 18 2020

42mins

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WCA #282 with Björgvin Benediktsson - Alternative Studio Income Strategies, Book Recommendations, Creating Online Content, and Audio Issues

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Björgvin Benediktsson is audio engineer, musician author, and entrepreneur. Björgvin helps home studio musicians learn how to make a bigger impact with their music by teaching them how to produce themselves.


In this episode, we discuss:

  • Audio Schools
  • Audio Issues
  • 4 hour Work Week
  • Helping
  • Teaching
  • Learning
  • Alternative Studio Income Strategies
  • Creating online content
  • Book Recommendations
  • Content Creation Audio Hub


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Credits:

  • Guest: Björgvin Benediktsson
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

May 11 2020

1hr 4mins

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WCA #281 with Baba Prasad - Knowledge from the Trash, IT in Singapore, Self Education, Childhood Inspiration, and 20 years of Studio Ownership in Chennai, India.

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Baba Prasad is the owner and chief engineer at Digisound Studios in Chennai, India. Baba is a classically trained percussionist (Mrudhangam artiste). His experience in the industry ranges from engineering for almost every genre. He has been using Pro Tools since 1999 and has completed the Avid Certification for Pro Tools 101 and 110. He is an official WAVES Certified instructor by Waves Inc USA, also an AVID express DV certified editor. He is been training many students for Sound Engineering for the past 6 years in the industry.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Working IT in Singapore
  • The Spirit Guide to Mixing
  • Knowledge from the trash
  • Pro Audio Shops in Singapore
  • His First Mixer
  • Spending time in Record Stores
  • Self Education
  • Childhood Inspiration
  • Hometown Studio
  • Mentors
  • Being Open to All Music
  • Competition


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Credits:

  • Guest: Baba Prasad
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

May 04 2020

50mins

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WCA #280 with Brad Wood - Virus Talk, Blacksmiths, New Habits, Pandemic Albums, Instagram and the return of Andy Kaufman

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Brad Wood is a producer, engineer and mixer located in Los Angeles, California. Brad is known for his work with Liz Phair, Veruca Salt, Skating Poly and many others. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brad_Wood) Brad joins me for a Instagram Live session where we take questions and discuss all things music/recording and Coronavirus. This is Brad's second appearance on WCA please listen to WCA #095 to get his full story. https://www.workingclassaudio.com/wca-095-with-brad-wood/

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Virus Talk
  • Blacksmiths
  • New Habits
  • Pandemic Albums
  • The Return of Andy Kaufman
  • The Breaking of Audio Pros.
  • Instagram
  • Band Podcasts


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Credits:

  • Guest: Brad Wood
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Apr 27 2020

52mins

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WCA #279 with Kevin Ward - Teaching, Learning, Seizing Opportunity, Migrating to California, Team Building, and Faith

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Kevin Ward is a producer, engineer, mixer, teacher who has worked with Vince GillWillie NelsonJudy CollinsDolly PartonBoots RandolphJerry SpringerVassar ClementsSam BushThe Prague Philharmonic OrchestraRhonda Vincent and Richie McDonald of Lonestar. Kevin is also behind MixCoach.com where he teaches people to mix in different styles and genres from rock and Jazz to full orchestra and pop country. Kevin is currently the Technical Director at Crosspointe Church in Anaheim, California.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Teaching
  • Learning
  • Seizing Opportunity
  • Moving to California
  • Religion in Pro Audio
  • Worship Sound
  • Team Building
  • Pareto's Principle
  • Parkinson's Law


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Credits:

  • Guest: Kevin Ward
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Apr 20 2020

1hr 11mins

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WCA #278 with the Work From Home Panel - Sara Carter, Jaimeson Durr and Fela Davis join me to talk about all things audio, business and survival in the time of Coronavirus.

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Former WCA guests Sara Carter, Jaimeson Durr and Fela Davis join me to talk about all things audio, business and survival in the time of Coronavirus. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Grants
  • Change in business practice
  • Resources
  • Loss of Income
  • Virtual engineering
  • Working from home
  • Podcast production
  • Technology
  • Working with family at home
  • Alternative income streams
  • Internet Speed
  • Post virus predictions


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Credits:

  • Guests: Sara Carter, Jaimeson Durr and Fela Davis
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Apr 13 2020

56mins

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WCA #277 with Rafa Sardina - Coming to America, Leaving Medical School, Empathy, People Skills, Educating Clients and No Plan B.

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Rafa Sardina is a Los Angeles based Grammy winning producer/engineer and mixer who has worked with D’Angelo & The Vanguard, Elvis Costello And The Roots, Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Placido Domingo, Camila Cabello, Miguel, Lady Gaga, Clare Fischer Big Band, Alejandro Sanz, Calle 13, Natalia Lafourcade, Harry Connick Jr., Michael Bublé, Arturo O’Farrill with The Afrocuban Jazz Big Band Orchestra & Chucho Valdes, Tim McGraw

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Coming to America
  • Life In Spain
  • Leaving Medical School
  • Empathy
  • People Skills
  • Educating Clients
  • Leaping Forward from Mistakes
  • Business Skills


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Credits:

  • Guest: Rafa Sardina
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Apr 06 2020

1hr 8mins

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WCA #276 with Matthew Boudreau - Soul-Sucking Jobs, Audio Drama, Field Recording, Spiderman vs Draco The Dragon, and the Language of Audio

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No, I'm not interviewing myself! As it turns out, there are two Boudreau's in the world of audio named Matt (Me) and Matthew (my guest). 

Matthew Boudreau is a field recordist, podcast producer, consultant and editor, and sound designer living in Buffalo, NY. 

Matthew has been working in podcasting since 2008 and has over 20 years experience as an audio professional, working in computer multimedia, theatre sound, studio recording, film, and sound effects field recording. He is the founder of the 11th Hour Audio Challenge, an annual podcast event that challenges audio drama producers to collaborate in creating works of horror in the month of October.

Matthew’s audio post-production company, Uberduo, sells immersive sound effect bundles dedicated to the exploration and reproduction of locations and props for film and audio fiction. His sound effect bundles can be found on http://www.asoundeffect.com and individual sound effects can be found at soundsnap.com.

Matthew was the dialogue editor for the Audible productions, Locke and Key and X-Files: Cold Cases. He has spoken at CONvergence in Bloomington, Minnesota and SXSW in Austin Texas on topics including voice acting, sound design, and making the jump from film to podcast fiction. His audio fiction pieces 1918, Intensive Care and A Prophets Guide have won Mark Time and Ogle awards. In addition to the annual 11th Hour Challenge, his current podcast projects include sound design for The Once and Future Nerd and editing for The Activist Files for the Center for Constitutional Rights. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • The Language of Audio
  • Spiderman vs Draco The Dragon
  • Joining the military
  • Soul-Sucking Jobs
  • Audio Drama
  • Field Recording
  • Podcasts
  • Stealth Recording
  • The Buffalo Border Patrol


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Credits:

  • Guest: Matthew Boudreau
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Mar 30 2020

54mins

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WCA #275 with Carlos Novais - Life on the road, Brazil, Organization, Multi-Tasking and the loss of gigs due to Coronavirus.

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Carlos Novais is a sound engineer, tour manager and production manager. He was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil and came to the United States in 1999.

He has worked with Candlebox, The Plain White T's, Vonda Shepard, Survivor, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird, Sugarland, Keb’ Mo’, Thin Lizzy, The Answer, Ace Frehley, Airto Moreira & Flora Purim, among others.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Growing up in Brazil
  • Moving to America
  • Life on the road
  • Working long hours
  • Multitasking
  • Finances
  • Relationships
  • Being Organized
  • Corona's virus and the loss of gigs.


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Credits:

  • Guest: Carlos Novais
  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab

Mar 23 2020

1hr

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By AAU14 - Feb 03 2019
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This podcast. I was very honored to be a guest and I still listen to every episode!!!

Great podcast!

By mdwproductions - May 13 2018
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One of the best recording podcasts out there!!!