P2P | 07 June 2020 | 2.6 GB
I have been a hardcore guitar nerd since 1994 and what you would call an ‘audio guy’ since 2011.
My primary audio output has been through my YouTube Channel Riffs, Beards & Gear but I am also the audio engineer for Internet guitar/comedian Rob Scallon. Other works include all sorts of mix jobs for Wheezy Waiter, and even a song for a Ron Howard short film. I also love playing loud rock shows when I get time!
I have worked for companies such as Two Notes Audio Engineering and Positive Grid, so I feel like I have a good grasp on where the future of guitar and guitar tones are going. As platforms get smaller and smaller the challenge is to make the guitar sounds themselves sound larger and larger.
Over the years I have learned what I know in the audio world through making many, many mistakes. Learning from your own mistakes is what will make you a better mix engineer and develop your ear. Be open, be receptive.
Check those preconceptions and egos at the door and lets buckle down and learn some shit!
All set? Lets go!
Ryan ‘Fluff’ Bruce