Mastering Best Practices Explained with Alan Silverman – Part 2

Alan Silverman is a Grammy nominated engineer and producer who has worked with the best musicians in the business on albums, film scores, and television show soundtracks. In part 2 of his conversation with Making Music Content Director Chuck Schiele, Silverman continues his discussion from Part 1 about some of the better practices and concerns when turning your music into a “radio-ready” finished record.



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Chuck Schiele is an award-winning musician, producer, editorialist, artist, activist and music fan. He still plays every day.

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