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RSR: F. Reid Shippen Shares Awesome Mixing Tricks

By: WhisperRoom™

April 15, 2020

F. Reid Shippen sitting down at his recording studio

WhisperRoom™ is a proud sponsor of the podcast Recording Studio Rockstars. In each episode, Lij Shaw interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insight from the recording industry.

You can listen to the entire podcast archive of Recording Studio Rockstars here or from your favorite podcast app.

RSR Episode #237: Awesome Mixing Tricks from F. Reid Shippen

In Episode #237 of Recording Studio Rockstars, F. Reid Shippen talks about many cool tricks to try on your next mix. Including a long list of favorite plugins, how to start and finish a mix, how to get killer drums, bass, guitars, and vocals, plus much more!

Listen to the full episode here or stream it in the video below!

Recording Studio Rockstars – Episode #237 – F. Reid Shippen

Who is F. Reid Shippen?

Episode #237’s guest is F. Reid Shippen, a multiple Grammy Award-winning mixer, engineer, and record producer. His credits include 10 Grammy Award-winning albums and over 100 #1 singles.

His years of experience as a recording and mix engineer span multiple genres. Featuring a wide-range of artists such as Ingrid Michaelson, Kenny Chesney, India.Arie, Cage the Elephant, Little Big Town, CeCe Winans, Steven Tyler, Colony House, Lucie Silvas, and Dierks Bentley.

In 2019, Shippen received the Academy of Country Music award for Audio Engineer of the Year. Previous to that, he served as co-chair of the Producers & Engineers Wing of NARAS. He currently serves as the Chief Creative Officer for the music production house, The Music Playground.

An advocate for music education, F. Reid Shippen co-teaches a class at Middle Tennessee State University. He also co-founded SongFarm.org, an organization that gives kids equal access to creativity by building free recording studios in underprivileged high schools nationwide.

Shippen currently works out of his private Robot Lemon studio, located in the Green Hills area of Nashville.

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