Chris Curran is the founder and lead instructor of Podcast Engineering School teaching students how to produce and engineer podcasts at a professional level. He also hosts The Podcast Engineering Show.
As the founder of Fractal Recording, he currently produces or has produced podcasts for Forbes, Dun & Bradstreet, Johnson & Johnson, as well as many other companies and select business authors.
Chris has previously been on staff at some of the most prestigious music recording facilities in the world: The Hit Factory, The Soundtrack Group, and Quad Recording. He has many album credits including engineer, producer or assistant engineer roles on projects with Foreigner, Sarah McLachlan, Jeff Buckley, MC Hammer, Itzhak Perlman, Naughty by Nature, Ice Cube, Philip Bailey, Biohazard, God Street Wine, Biggie Smalls, Puffy, Heavy D., Helmet, Monster Magnet, Orange 9mm, Nuno Bettencourt, Onyx, Quicksand, Savatage and many others.
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Hi Chris, thanks for taking the time to do this AMA. I’d love to hear your perspective on what you think makes a successful podcast?
Hi Chris, I’m interested in hearing about what type of audience development and market research you do before launching a podcast on behalf of your corporate clients? Thanks!
Hi Chris, thanks for being a part of this. What genres/types of podcasts do you like listening to?
Hi Chris, I’m wondering where podcast audio editors are finding work these days, are they reaching out to potential clients individually? Are there any dedicated job boards for podcast editing? I’m curious about the state of the audio podcast editing ‘industry,’ where the demand is and what the needs are.
Where do you see it evolving in 2020?
What was the most important piece of audio engineering advice you ever received? Why did it resonate?
Hi Chris where is best to focus on starting a new podcast to make sure it sounds good and gets some listeners