Being a Recording Studio Vibe Architect | with Rob Seifert Gage
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Today’s guest is audio engineer, mixer, producer and front of house engineer Rob Seifert Gage. Rob is the owner and operator of Audio Evidence Mobile, a former police van turned mobile recording studio. He started his career in the Los Angeles scene working at renowned studios such as Paramount, A&M, and Shangri La where he notched credits with artists like Porno for Pyros, Skinny Puppy and Mike Watt. Currently he’s splitting time between running front of house for various venuse and acts, including Wyclef Jean, and bringing the studio to the artist with his mobile truck. We have a great chat about building out his mobile truck, comping and flying vocals on analog tape, how to be great at live sound, and the importance of being in touch with the vibe in the studio.

🗒 In this episode we'll dig in on... 🗒

  • Recording the “Reggae on the River” Festival
  • Comping vocals on analog tape
  • NS-10s and a Sub
  • Being the best assistant engineer possible
  • Tips for running FOH
  • Staying passionate
  • Recording stereo direct to vinyl with Doug Sax
  • The challenge of having repeat clients in the major music cities
  • Touring with Wyclef Jean

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Guest: Rob Seifert Gage

Host: Travis Ference

Editor: Stephen Boyd

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