Hey guys, I don't know if anyone noticed of not, but episode #4 of the podcast isn't' up. I tried a new piece of equipment out for recording one of the mics, and forgot to disable the reverb on it, so one of my two guests always has reverb on their voice. It's not too big of an issue, but I don't want to put out a sub-par product, so I'm gonna delay this episode a week. Episode #4 will drop next Monday.
The new episode of The Intermod Podcast is up. This week I tackle a couple questions from Reddit and give out some tips and tricks for things to pay attention to when doing your podcast/video audio. Click "The Intermod Podcast" above, or click here.
A good portion of the projects I get here at Intermod are vocal overdubs. Artists will come in with a beat they like, record vocals over it, and I'll do the mixing and final mixdown of the track (I'm hesitant to call it mastering, but that's basically what I'm doing). The process is pretty straight forward. However, it never gets old watching an artist dance around the studio to the song they wrote, but didn't exist that morning. T Reks is no exception.
"Crash" and "Wrong Way" were two tracks 'Reks was incredibly excited about. He came in, knew exactly what he wanted, and we went right to work. As disappointing as it is not having a producer credit on these particular tunes, I don't think he could've picked better beats to communicate the raw emotion of these tracks. Check them out below.
There's been an awful lot of work going on behind the scenes. I'm shocked at how many boxes there are to fill in with this site, hahaha. Hopefully everything will be up and running by the end of the month. I've just gotten the Intermod Podcast up and running smoothly, so go check that out if you haven't. Also, I've added "Audio Restoration" and "Music Production" to the services tab. If you're not familiar with all the things I do, please check that out. I'll also be adding a "podcast" section as well.