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Audio Production Podcast

By Mike Russell

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Description

This is the podcast for audio producers and those wanting to learn audio production techniques. Mike Russell is an expert user of Adobe Audition CC and other digital audio workstations (DAWs) such as Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase, Sadie, Audacity, Ableton Live, ACID Pro, Bitwig Studio, Cakewalk, FL Studio, GarageBand, Logic Pro, REAPER, Reason and SAWStudio. Have you ever wondered how to achieve an audio effect? Now you can learn the tips and tricks performed by professionals in the audio industry. If you want to understand EQ and compression, need to get your head around autotune and vocoder effects or simply want to add a little reverb to the mix this is the podcast for you!

Customer Reviews

Practical Expertise

If you’re into any sort of audio production you will want to subscribe to this podcast. Mike is clearly a great expert on his subject but he’s also a great teacher in the way he puts it across, ably assisted by Izabela. Looking forward to learning more.

Learn from the master

Whether you are a voice artist, a radio producer or a podcaster, Mike Russell is THE go-to guy for making your audio sound great. Seriously, he could take an audio clip of Mike Tyson’s voice and make him sound like Morgan Freeman!

Intelligent Learning, Concise Detail

I’ve been watching Mike Russell’s YouTube videos ever since I got my committee role at my student radio station, and this podcast is equally as intelligent and concise in useful information. I really recommend this guy!