Ian Sefchick: Cutting Vinyl, Shaping Sound, and the Magic Death Eye
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This week's guest is Grammy nominated mastering engineer and audio equipment designer Ian Sefchick. Ian builds one of the most sought after boutique tube compressors in the audio industry under the unusual company name Magic Death Eye. He has also become a go to vinyl cutting engineer for some of the top producers in the world. We chat about the various hats he's worn in the music industry, the value of having multiple skillsets, and how understanding electronics can empower creativity in the studio.

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

  • Critical listening
  • Mastering for vinyl
  • Organically building a brand
  • Diversifying your skills and income
  • Building your own gear
  • Hard work puts you in a position to experience "luck"
  • Learning electronics

Learn More About Ian Sefchick...

Website: http://www.magicdeatheye.com/

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/magicdeatheye

Magic Death Eye Plug In: https://ddmf.eu/magicdeatheyestereo/

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Credits:

Guest: Ian Sefchick

Host: Travis Ference

Editor: Travis Ference

Theme Music: inter.ference

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