Some Personal Studio Horror Stories On Episode 400 Of My Inner Circle Podcast

Time-lapse photo of Bobby Owsinski at Enterprise Studios - photo by Edward Colver
Yes, it’s an old picture, but I thought Edward Colver did a great job taking it

We’ve hit a milestone today with Episode 400 so I’m going to change things up a little.

There’s new theme music (I’m not sure if I like it – if you have something better please send it), and the upcoming episodes this year will be more theme-based. First up will be a deep-dive into immersive audio as soon as the new year rolls around.

By popular demand, this episode is dedicated to a few of my personal studio horror stories, although some are actually about some good experiences (like the Frank Zappa stories) too.

During the episode I covered some early sessions that did not go well (and how I handled them badly too), dipping my toe into commercials and jingles, fun times with Frank Zappa, having some songs on a hit TV show (but paying the price), a true Hollywood TV star moment (not), not getting paid and not getting credit, celebrity tapes exploding, and much more.

Thank you kindly for all your support and for listening all these years. I hope to see you back for the next 400!

Remember that you can find the podcast at, or either on Apple PodcastsStitcherMixcloud, Google Podcasts, Google PlaySpotifyDeezerTunIn Radio, and RadioPublic.

Enjoy the show!

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