Tahoe City, CA, July 13, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The advent of the Lady Audio podcast heralds a beacon of hope in the myriad maze of Audio Engineering. Show-runner, Clara Hembree, launched the Lady Audio Podcast last month, where she seeks to unearth the brightest underground mixing engineers and producers to interview. Eschewing the knee-jerk temptation to name-drop, as some other podcasts succumb to, Lady Audio schedules artists who've accumulated boundless archives of material on their websites or BandCamp and have indispensable experience to share with Lady Audio’s listeners. Undaunted by their youth, Ms. Hembree also chooses to interview artists just beginning to forge their Careers who possess unique views on mixing audio technology choices and production decisions.
While Clara does aspire to interview Hugh Padgham about his work with XTC, or Leslie Ann Jones of Skywalker Sound, the Lady Audio podcast encourages veteran and nascent producers and engineers to share their experiences.
“Most of the music out there isn’t being mixed or produced by big industry names.” Clara explains, “It’s being made by do-it-yourself artists. These underground musicians and audio engineers are the people actually working in a broken music industry. I want to share what they have to say about technical issues or their audio gear acquisitions because their opinions are so tangible.”
The focus of the Lady Audio podcast is about getting quality sound. This includes audio engineering tips, valuable lessons to learn in the music industry, and audio hardware manufacturing. Each podcast is thoroughly blogged, including helpful links to guests and invaluable resources for her audience to explore even further. As a result, Clara is forging strong alliances with vibrant, fast-growing underground movements like WEATNU, “We Are The New Underground” and interviewing people from audio-based enterprises, i.e.; like Black Lion Audio.
“BLA is a small company without a hype, and yet many highly established industry people like Tom Lord-Alge and Kevin Brown use their products or mods. Black Lion Audio is an underground company, the inside scoop, one of the industry secrets. That’s why I wanted to interview them,” Hembree said.
Founded in 2016 by, Clara Efrona Hembree, Lady Audio provides Professional Audio Editing Services and now hosts an innovative Podcast and Blog offering diverse insights and expertise in Audio Recording and Engineering. The Lady Audio Podcast is released on a weekly basis with subscriptions available through iTunes, YouTube or PodBean.
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