I've started a SoundCloud account to put my vinyl restorations in one convenient playlist. You can check it out via the embed below.
I've done some renovations to the site; namely condensing the portfolio area to one page and focusing on spoken word and music restoration projects. I've also added LinkedIn and Upwork links to the Contact sidebar, and images to the portfolio items.
Welcome to the first portfolio update of 2019. There are two new Freddy Nagel restorations to share: Sophisticated Swing If You Knew Susie
A new episode of Business Thinking Radio has been added to the show page. It is also available at this link: How to Network Like a Pro – Turning Contacts into Connections
A YouTube version of the Dr. Anders Ericsson episode of Business Thinking Radio is now available: https://youtu.be/gw0QHnUggD4 Note: The audio featured here has been combined into one continuous 90-minute clip.
Two new Business Thinking Radio episodes have been added to the show's portfolio entry. They consist of a two-part interview with Dr. Anders Ericsson on how to become an expert on something. They can be found at the links below: How to Become an Expert - A Conversation with Dr. Anders Ericsson, World's Expert on … Continue reading Portfolio Update: 7/11/18
I have sometimes run across people who want to know exactly what it is I do for a living, but they don't know the kind of questions to ask. This is understandable; audio production is a very difficult field to get into, and every audio engineer works differently. What I'm going to do here is … Continue reading Everything You Wanted to Know About My Process But Were Afraid to Ask
The portfolio section is now sorted by type of service, such as music and podcast editing. In the case of podcasts, links to each of my shows can be found on the sub-page for a specific show, and will be added to continuously as new shows are added. There is now a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/chulseaudio/.
NOTE: The following is based mostly on remastered versions of Beatles songs released from 2009 onwards, as those are what I have available. A full index is included at the end. Furthermore, as I don’t want Apple Corps to sue me for using clips without permission, I’ll describe what I hear with rough time-stamps included … Continue reading Analyzing the Beatles
Part 1: My Influences I have sometimes been asked why I chose to study audio production. Part of the answer is that I have always loved music. When I was young, I carried around a succession of music players, from a Fisher Price cassette player to a CD walkman to an iPod nano. There has … Continue reading Why Audio?