Ady Parzentny of Hit The Road Studio has recorded with a mobile studio in the desert of Morocco, and has audio mixing and production course content on Ady says he does what he does to make the world a better place by helping people make good records, go on tour, and do what they love.

As a Mixing Engineer & Music Producer, Ady works with Musicians World Wide in Pop, Rock, Jazz, and World Music Fusions. Ady works with world-class musicians like Nani Vazana that hit #10 on the European World Music Charts, Mehdi Nassouli, and Karim Ziad, who plays with bands like Snarky Puppy.

Our conversation leads me to believe that Ady’s a lovely human being, an impression that I’m confident you’ll agree with. In this conversation, Ady and I talk about home recording, production mentoring, drum recording technique, morocco, recording in less-than-ideal conditions, Ady’s YouTube channel, the history of mobile recording, the arc of Ady’s recording career, business coaching, Social inequality and Misconceptions, and more.

Please enjoy my conversation with Ady Parzentny of Hit The Road Studio.

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