I love making great audio productions. Whether it’s producing the National Radio Hall of Fame Induction live broadcast, putting together fireworks music soundtracks, or producing documentaries hosted by the likes of Frank Sinatra, I’ve had a great career producing stellar radio.
I’ve been putting together all sorts of audio productions for most of my life. I started at WBCN in Boston, worked for a while as a writer at SCTV, went on to do great work at WNEW-AM and FM in New York, WXRT and the Score in Chicago, WZLX in Boston and at WDRV “The Drive” also in Chicago. But I’m even more excited about the future.
Podcasting is the great democratizer of audio. Before podcasts if you had something you wanted to say with audio, you had to sell it to a radio station or a record company. Now anybody can have an audio series on any topic they think will interest or entertain people.
The problem is, most people don’t know how to make audio sound good. Sure you can record a voice and maybe put some music underneath, but to actually make a production that has some sparkle, some shine, is not an easy thing to do.
Your job as a podcaster is to create great content: record amazing interviews, tell fantastic stories, and share your expertise.
My job is to make you sound great. Let me use my knowledge and know-how to make you sound like a pro!
I look forward to having a conversation with you about your podcast!
Producer, Couch Audio