Chris Selim is a Musician, Producer, Engineer, and educator based just outside Montreal. He is also the founder of one of the web’s best recording resources; Mixdown-Online, where he shares tips, tricks and guides giving you the upper-hand on your recordings. His popular Youtube channel also serves to share his experience and provide the tools you need to make better recordings.
Justin “Henny Tha Bizness” Henderson, is a Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum, producer, songwriter, and beat maker.
He has produced numerous hit singles for various recording artists including Drake, Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Jay Z, 50 Cent, Black Eyed Peas, Young Jeezy, R. Kelly, Brandy, Jay Rock, Trey Songz, Ab Soul, Ice Cube, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Birdman and many many others.
This week’s guest is guitar/bass tech Aron Michalski, a New England native who has toured the world a few times over with the likes of Paul Simon, Metallica, the Indigo Girls, Norah Jones, Babyface, Bruce Springsteen, Weezer, and Little Feat, just to name a few.
I caught up with Aron via Skype, while he was on a short break a few weeks ago in-between runs with the Indigo girls. Given the depth of his resume, you can only imagine how deep his story runs, and I’m very excited to share it with you.
One could argue that if it were not for an unfortunate mishap at Joni Mitchell's home studio, Toni Fishman may never have had the opportunity to re-launch the Telefunken brand. By reverse-engineering the guts of a badly burned microphone from Mitchell's home studio, Toni was able to not only bring the mic back to life, but realized there was a market for people who owned the same microphones and needed them serviced. It all came down to one small plastic switch.
For over 30 years, multi-instrumentalist Michael Lardie has traveled the world and rocked stage after stage as the keyboardist and guitarist for the band Great White. He's ridden every high and low that comes with rock stardom, and through it all he's kept the same passion and love for music that prompted him to move to Southern California in the late '70's.