My Take on Music Recording with Doug Fearn

My Conversation with Producer/Engineer/Mixer Chris Tabron

June 04, 2020 Doug Fearn Season 1 Episode 14
My Take on Music Recording with Doug Fearn
My Conversation with Producer/Engineer/Mixer Chris Tabron
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My Take on Music Recording with Doug Fearn
My Conversation with Producer/Engineer/Mixer Chris Tabron
Jun 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
Doug Fearn

Chris Tabron is a very successful Brooklyn-based producer, engineer, mixer who has worked with artists such as Beyonce, The Strokes, Robert Glasper, Battles, Lower Dens, The Voidz, and Charlotte Day Wilson.

I spoke with Chris about how he got into music recording and production, and about his approach to working with artists – and the art of recording and the skills needed to be a producer.

Our conversation went on for about two-and-a-half hours, of which this is the first hour. The second portion was less formal – really just the two of us chatting about things. Chris had some questions for me, too. I’ll post that part of our conversation in a future episode.

Chris recorded in his studio in Brooklyn, using a Shure SM7 mic into a Neve 1073 module. I was using my usual AEA 44 mic into a VT-2 mic preamp.

Show Notes

Chris Tabron is a very successful Brooklyn-based producer, engineer, mixer who has worked with artists such as Beyonce, The Strokes, Robert Glasper, Battles, Lower Dens, The Voidz, and Charlotte Day Wilson.

I spoke with Chris about how he got into music recording and production, and about his approach to working with artists – and the art of recording and the skills needed to be a producer.

Our conversation went on for about two-and-a-half hours, of which this is the first hour. The second portion was less formal – really just the two of us chatting about things. Chris had some questions for me, too. I’ll post that part of our conversation in a future episode.

Chris recorded in his studio in Brooklyn, using a Shure SM7 mic into a Neve 1073 module. I was using my usual AEA 44 mic into a VT-2 mic preamp.