Chris Curran Teaches Podcast Production at the Highest Professional Level at the Podcast Engineering School.
Welcome to the Livestream Deals podcast, I’m Ross Brand. Coming up, we talk with Chris Curran of the Podcast Engineering School about how you can learn to engineer podcasts like a pro and get paid for it. We focus on what to do — and not to do — to provide a pleasurable listening experience for consumers of your podcast…and why the Podcast Engineering School is the place to learn to produce podcasts like a pro.
Chris Curran is the Founder and Lead Instructor at the Podcast Engineering School. He’s also the head of Fractal Recording, a complete podcast production solution for mid-size and large companies. He’s produced podcasts for major enterprise clients such as Forbes, Dun & Bradstreet, Johnson & Johnson and many more. He hosts the Podcast Engineering Show and his next episode will be his 100th.
During his career in the music industry, Chris worked at some of the most prestigious recording facilities in the world: The Hit Factory, The Soundtrack Group, and Quad Recording. His many album credits include engineer, producer or assistant engineer roles on projects with Foreigner, Sarah McLachlan, MC Hammer, Itzhak Perlman, Naughty by Nature, Ice Cube, Jeff Buckley, Philip Bailey, Biohazard, God Street Wine, Biggie Smalls, Puffy, Heavy D., Helmet, Monster Magnet, Nuno Bettencourt, Onyx, Quicksand, Savatage and many others.
For anyone interested in landing good-paying jobs in podcast production — or professionalizing the audio experience for their own listeners — the Podcast Engineering School teaches audio engineering for podcasts at the highest professional level. The next session starts in September 2018. Learn more and register at Podcast Engineering School.
AUGUST 2018 FACEBOOK LIVE SHOW
In addition to Chris Curran, August’s #LivestreamDeals show also included Michelle Miller Levitt from Heil Sound talking about Heil microphones, Laura Petersen, author of Permission to Write a Brand Building Book for Podasters and Armel Beaudry Kimbe, CEO and founder of tremble.fm, which makes it easy to distribute your short-form audio content to smart devices. You can view the full episode at https://Facebook.com/LivestreamUniverse.