ICYMI: Insights in Sound with Howard Schwartz
In case you missed it, this week, we are airing an early episode of Insights in Sound with Howard Schwartz.
Few people have contributed as much to the evolution of the recording studio biz as Howie Schwartz, whose Howard Schwartz Recording ruled the New York scene for several decades. He's a wealth of knowledge, and the king of kibbitz, so prepare yourself for some of the best stories ever with part one of our chat with Howie Schwartz.
If you watched Part 1 of our conversation, you’ve probably already figured out that there are few people with Howie Schwartz's longevity in the recording studio business, and few with as many great stories to tell. In Part 2 of our ongoing conversation, Howie regales us with more hilarious tales from the golden era of the New York studio biz.
Daniel Keller has followed a wide and eclectic career path within music and pro audio. He’s been a touring and studio musician, songwriter, composer, and arranger. He has worked in music publishing, as a studio technician, audio engineer, independent producer, and record label owner. He’s been involved in product design, music software consulting, and studio design and maintenance. He’s managed artist relations for major manufacturers. He’s a published writer with hundreds of articles in trade magazines, blogs, and websites, and has written more product manuals and technical documents than he cares to remember.
Since 2002 he’s headed up the PR firm Get It In Writing, providing consulting, marketing, brand building, product development, and video content creation for clients ranging from Avid to Zildjian. He’s VP of the Board of Directors of the Bob Moog Foundation, as well as working closely with the MIDI Association, SoundGirls, Women’s Audio Mission, and the Hey Audio Student Facebook group. He’s a presenter and moderator for NAMM’s TEC Tracks sessions, a long-time member and mentor of the Audio Engineering Society, and host of several audio and video series including “Insights In Sound” and “30 Second Chances.”