From Studio Apprentice to Hoops with Prince: The Story of an Audio Engineer


Audio engineer Collyer Spreen sat down with MarketScale to talk about his career in the industry and share some of the interesting stories he has collected over the years.

From starting as an apprentice in a recording studio to playing basketball in a parking lot with Prince, Collyer has some incredible stories from his time in the industry.

As technology evolved he was able to evolve along with it, moving from the days of reel to reel tape to the current world of Pro Tools. Now he works with some of the most high-profile clients in the world, insuring that their audio setups and studios are capable of meeting their needs.

Hear stories like the time a famous drummer caught him playing his drums in the studio and learn the tips for making it in the crazy world of the audio industry.

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