Monthly Archives: May 2017

Episode 58 Paul Roessler, Part 3

Today I conclude my three part conversation with musician, composer and producer Paul Roessler.

I basically want to wrap up this extended interview by asking all who took the time to listen to be sure to check out Paul’s Soundcloud page if you haven’t done so yet.  As Paul said during the interview, in order to truly understand him and find out what he’s all about, you have to take some time to listen to some of the really cool music he’s created.

Whether you listen to the brilliant prog rock masterpiece, “The Arc”, which Paul originally wrote when he was 16, or “Galatea”. which is one of Paul’s newest and proudest moments, take some time to explore what Paul has created, I have no doubt that you’ll find some exciting music that will certainly speak to you soul.

Thanks once again for listening and have a great week!

The Official Website of Paul Roessler

Paul Roessler on Soundcloud

Episode 57 Paul Roessler, Part 2

Hey, thanks for stopping by this week!  Today I’m once again speaking with Paul Roessler, as we continue the conversation that we started last week.

In this installment, Paul talks about some of the unique artists he’s had the pleasure of working with over the last several years at Kitten Robot Studios, which is Paul’s own studio, located in Los Angeles.

Paul also reflects a bit on his punk rock years of the late 70’s through the early 80’s and we hear about the emotional roller coaster ride that was Paul’s existence during those years of his life.

What really came through loud and clear as I spoke with Paul is that he is a survivor and his love for making music and helping others capture their moments in time is something he really thrives on and lives for.

I hope you enjoy part two of Paul’s interview and please tune in next week for the third and final part of our conversation.

Thanks for taking time out of your busy day to listen to the show!

The Official Website of Paul Roessler

Paul Roessler on Soundcloud

Episode 56 Paul Roessler, Part 1

This week I start a three part interview with musician, composer and producer Paul Roessler!

Paul has amassed a wealth of experiences over the course of his brilliant career and I am very thrilled that he took a few hours out of his busy schedule to speak with me.

Paul is a living legend of the Los Angeles punk rock scene of the late 1970’s through the early 1980’s and to this day he still most certainly carries with him that real do-it-yourself ethic that is a true hallmark of those who came up during the groundbreaking punk rock era of music.

Since 2011, Paul has owned his very own studio, Kitten Robot Studios in Los Angeles.  Amongst the cool local artists he’s been developing, Paul has also gotten the chance in recent years to be a part of projects that are receiving national, if not international attention on Little Steven’s Underground Garage radio station on SiriusXM.

Please enjoy Paul’s interview and be sure to tune in for the next two installments of our conversation as well!

The Official Website of Paul Roessler

Paul Roessler on Soundcloud

Episode 55 Richard Furch

Stopping by the Sonic Garage to speak with me this week is multiple Grammy award-winning audio engineer Richard Furch!

Growing up in Germany, Richard knew from an early age that he wanted to make music a big part of his life, first as a musician himself, and a bit later as an engineer.  After attaining his initial audio degree in Berlin, he made the big decision to move to the U.S. to be a part of the music that he grew up loving and wanted to make himself.

Since his arrival in America, Richard has been on quite a ride, and he has been blessed with many opportunities to work with a number of music industry legends, some of whom he has been lifelong fans of.

Richard operates out of his own mixHaus Studios located in beautiful Los Angeles, California and he was an early pioneer in the business of remote mixing.  He maintains a steady stream of world-class mixing projects to this day and is always ready to take on new and diverse engineering projects.   Because of his continued love for making music, Richard enjoys pushing himself to newer heights and ever adding new knowledge and techniques to his engineering and mixing repertoire.

I enjoyed my conversation with Richard and I really hope you enjoy listening to his interview!

The Official Website of Richard Furch

Episode 54 Geoff Gray, Part 4

Returning to the Sonic Garage this week is audio engineer and studio owner of Far and Away Studios in Boulder, Colorado, Geoff Gray!

This installment has Geoff recounting some of his favorite and most memorable projects and experiences from his career and has him looking towards the future for a possible glimpse of where the music business is headed over the next decade or so.

This is the last part of my interview with Geoff, but I do plan to have Geoff back on soon, so be on the lookout for more from Geoff in the near future!

Thanks everyone for supporting and listening to the show!

Far and Away Studios