Internationally-acclaimed music producer Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada), renowned educator, musician, and producer Eyal Levi (the Black Dahlia Murder, August Burns Red) and esteemed producer and mixer Joel Wanasek (Trapt, Phinehas) have entered the world of music podcast together with the launch of the “Joey Sturgis Forum Podcast.” This dynamic and experienced trio will deliver five Podcasts a month — discussing the music industry, producing artists, music lifestyle, and much more.
The podcasts will take the listener inside the world of the three hosts as they bring on various guests from the music industry and beyond to discuss various topics in the business. Sturgis and Co will be bringing in an array of musicians and highly credible music business professionals to talk about the different paths to success in the industry.
The first episode of the podcast, “Food For Success,” can be found at: www.jsfpodcast.com
The Joey Sturgis Forum Podcast offers different subscription levels for fans who want to dive into the brains of the producers beyond the monthly podcast. Ranging anywhere from $5-$60 in price-per-month, subscribers are given the opportunity to embrace exclusive content — including an upgrade to five podcasts per month, instead of one.
Sturgis, Levi, and Wanasek have teamed up with sponsors CreativeLive and Pro Tone Pedals to deliver the podcast. Levi and Sturgis are regular contributors to CreativeLive’s audio courses, including the upcoming Unstoppable Recording Machine audio bootcamp on March 20-23. Pro Tone Pedals will be giving away a Deadhorse Overdrive pedal to one lucky person who subscribes in the first two weeks.
For subscribers, there will be one podcast released a week, with a fifth bonus podcast offered to advanced subscribers. Anyone who subscribes is guaranteed at least 12 free episodes a year. Other perks of subscribing include Skype call critiques from the producers, software discounts, private mentoring, and much more. The $60/month subscription — which includes private mentoring — is only offered to a limited number of subscribers and requires a year-long commitment. All who sign up for a year get one month free.
“I feel like we’re just trying to convey how the industry has affected us. We’re talking about the industry — we’re talking about techniques but we’re [also] talking about the life and lifestyle of audio. Keep it real, keep it entertaining, keep it honest.” — Joey Sturgis
With all the bad information out there, it’s great to have a legitimate resource on recording available to people.” — Andrew Wade, Producer (A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside)
“Eyal is one of the few people who can not only DO, but also TEACH. He as a rare gift for explaining complex, cutting edge production and songwriting techniques in a way that’s incredibly clear, concise and actionable. He is one of the most valuable partners for us at CreativeLive and his classes have helped thousands of our students improve their craft.” — Finn McKenty, Head of Music & Audio at CreativeLive
“Joey Sturgis and Eyal Levi are the realest motherfuckers in the game” — Sergent D, Author at MetalSucks.net
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