My guest for this episode is multi-instrumentalist and studio engineer Chris Raspante. Prolific and in-demand as both performer and sound engineer, Chris is regularly solicited for hire on various music projects. In this conversation we discuss his return to performing live, the logistics of recording remotely, our work together on my song On Top Of The World, and why he thinks his phone is always ringing.
We recorded this conversation in October of 2020, during one of the peaks of the pandemic. While this is Chris’ second appearance on the podcast, this is our third conversation. Our proper second conversation will be coming out in the future…as a third episode. Don’t worry about it. If you want to get caught up with Chris, check out his first appearance in episode two.
Hear Chris Raspante in Episode 2
This was a happy hour conversation of sorts, as we recorded during the evening hours over a few beers. As I told Chris, we definitely need to chat more often. Can’t wait to see him play live again when we can all travel safely. Maybe I’ll even have an opportunity to sit in on drums.
“Doing a great job or trying to be good at what you do, being easy to work with and just being out there on people’s radars, that is always going to be the best advertisement for yourself.”
–Chris Raspante, Musician & Studio Engineer
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