Episode 1314: Engineer Rusty Smith – Interview, Part 1




March 1, 2022


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In a follow-up to yesterday’s episode on Tony Comer & Crosswind‘s album Visions, Intern Sam and his brother Josh tracked down recording engineer Rusty Smith, who worked on the album. In part one of their interview, Sam and Josh learn more about Rusty’s interesting career.

You can learn more about Rusty on his website: recordmixrepeat.com

Where credit is due: Thumbnail photo courtesy of Rusty Smith.

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