Welcome back to the Truth About Recording & Mixing podcast, hosted by Johnny Sangster from Crackle & Pop !.
In this episode, we talk to Johnny Bregar about his recording studio “The Brickyard” on Bainbridge Island.
01:00 Listener question about Steve Turner’s guitar setup while recording The warning.
06:00 Listener question about podcast aggregation
09:30 Welcome Johnny Bregar
11:00 early days, entry into the recording. “Buy Osmonics”
15:00 Change to full-time admission
17:00 The local “normal” studio owner who comes in, the producer’s job
24:30 Do it wrong, do it right
28:40 Produce, capture someone else’s vision and be the one-stop shop at the same time
35:45 How do you know if you are the right person or the wrong person for the job
43:30 More about the Brickyard Studio, the “no control room” layout
51:00 A dead space that adds atmosphere to compensation through Ocean Way processing by UAD and other reverbs
55:00 get performances
01:05:00 Chord change, text change with the aim of improving the song as a producer
01:10:40 Listener question about home recording and recording of acoustic guitars
01:20:00 What about picking up books?
01:25:00 Go to the acoustic guitar path
01:31:00 turn off the microphone?
01:38:00 New discoveries in sound, boundary microphones, piano voices, and other joys of studio ownership. DUST!
Send your questions to Johnny by sending us a voice note or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Truth About Recording & Mixing is a biweekly produced podcast by the fretboard diary Magazine loosely based on our Truth About Vintage Amps podcast.