When did you know that you're going to become an Audio Engineer?
Tell us a bit about your journey?
Why did you get into Production and Recording?
What are some of the challenges your face inside a Studio Environment?
Everyday is a new challenge inside the studio. There are many factors that can go wrong during a recording, especially with equipment. Troubleshooting is key in such situations.
But the other main challenge is ear fatigue and this has no solution other than rest. With back to back sessions and tight deadlines it does become a little difficult and scary to cope up sometimes.
What is the one piece of gear you can't live without?
Advice to Audio Engineers who want to make it in this industry!
What are some of the most challenging and rewarding projects you've worked on?
Where do you see the future of Audio Engineering headed?
The recording industry is definitely not in a good place at the moment with all big studios shutting down due to the lack of business. But at the same time there are a lot more people getting into this field right now than before. So in a way it’s great that Audio engineering is no longer a mysterious job that no one knows about but at the same time we need to find a way to keep the industry alive to produce quality material. Especially with all the ‘pro-sumer’ products flooding the market, everyone’s become a bedroom producer or engineer. And sometimes that affects the quality of the final product.