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9 Great Audio Engineers You Need to Follow and Why

9 Great Audio Engineers You Need to Follow and Why

With all the engineering advice out there, how do you sort through it all? Today, I’d like to talk about Twitter, and how it’s a valuable resource when searching for advice from the best. It just takes a few clicks to follow some of the greatest engineers around today. Then you can sit back, relax, and watch any advice they supply flow straight to your Twitter feed. Here are a few accounts that I recommend:

Steven Slate – Slate Audio’s CEO and CoFounder, Steven Slate has an official twitter account. Follow him for free weekly plugin giveaways and some great mix tips.

Manny Marroquin – Manny Marroquin has a mile long resume, and is definitely worth a follow.

Michael Brauer – Michael Brauer is an engineer based in New York, and he’s a 7x Grammy winner. So, obviously, you should follow him.

Tony Maserati – Tony Maserati doesn’t post as often as some of the guys on this list, but he posts great content, like songs, interviews, and articles.

Matt Hyde – Matt Hyde has definitely built a name for himself in recent decades. He’s worked with bands including Slipknot, Funeral For a Friend, and Machine Head.

Young Guru – He’s worked with Jay-Z, Eminem, Notorious BIG, Beyonce, and Rihanna, and he’s currently doing a Mix with the Masters. He’s also pretty active on Twitter.

Alan Parsons – Alan Parsons is a legend. His account features tons of pictures and press content. However, there’s occasionally a link to an interview, or some other educational content for aspiring engineers.

Eddie Kramer – He’s worked with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, David Bowie…the list goes on! He also maintains a regular Twitter presence, posting things like how to videos, demo videos, and questions to his followers.

Joe Barresi – Joe Barresi has a massive sound, and has worked with bands like Nine Inch Nails, Bad Religion, and Queens of the Stone Age. He also posts on Twitter fairly often, with posts about gear, articles, and some great photos.

So there you have it! Get your Twitter feed to work for you by following some quality engineers. You might like what appears in your feed next time you’re using social media to procrastinate!