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An Interview with Joe Mabbott, Audio engineer and Instructor at McNally Smith


Joe Mabbott is the Audio Engineer and Instructor at McNally Smith College of Music. Joe was raised in a musical family, and began his own life in music as a drummer at the age of 2. He grew up as a performer, and after high school he felt it was time to turn his passion into a career. After graduating from The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Phoenix, he relocated to Minneapolis, Minnesota in February 1995, and accepted an assistant engineer position at Trail Mix Studios. At the time, Trail Mix was a studio primarily known for its work in post production for the television and film industry. After four years at Trail Mix working on a vast array of commercials and short films, as well as numerous album projects (in all facets- engineering, mixing, editing, sound design, and playing drums and percussion) Joe then started freelance engineering around Minneapolis at several post and music studios.
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In this interview, Joe Mabbott uncovers what it takes to become an audio engineer. He discusses what he expects from his students, the role of the studio intern, managing studio business and takes us through the recording process from production to mastering.



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March 2009
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