The Attack & Release Show

A podcast on the music industry from the eyes of two mastering engineers. Warning: There will be dad jokes

About the show

Sam Moses of Moses Mastering (Nashville, TN) and Matthew Garber of For The Record Mastering (Charleston, SC) set out to demystify the music industry and mastering.

Warning: There will be dad jokes.

Podcast Merch: http://www.theattackandreleaseshow.com/

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Episodes

  • Episode 5: Analog vs Digital

    February 14th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 7 mins
    audio, audio engineer, audio production, mastering, mastering engineer, mixing, music producer, producing, recording

    Matt and Sam discuss the pros and cons of staying in the box versus seeking an analog/hybrid signal chain.

  • Episode 4: Invest In Yourself First!

    January 31st, 2018  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 19 mins
    audio, audio engineer, audio production, mastering, mastering engineer, mixing, music producer, producing, recording

    Matt and Sam talk about why it is important to invest in yourself as a creator (and human) before investing in gear.

  • Episode 3: Auto-Mastering Services

    January 17th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  41 mins 51 secs
    audio, audio engineer, audio production, mastering, mastering engineer, mixing, music producer, producing, recording

    Matt and Sam talk about automated (online) mastering services and if/where they have a place in the music industry.

  • Episode 2: You Are Worth More!

    January 17th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 6 mins
    audio, audio engineer, audio production, mastering, mastering engineer, mixing, music producer, producing, recording

    Matt and Sam discuss the three steps to charging a rate in the music industry and how to put a value on yourself as a professional.

  • Episode 1: Torrented Software

    January 17th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  41 mins 51 secs
    audio, audio engineer, audio production, mastering, mastering engineer, mixing, music producer, producing, recording

    Matt and Sam dive into the conversation of using torrented software as opposed to paying for it as well as talking about a couple pieces of gear that they like to use on projects.