Interview With Warren Huart of Produce Like A Pro (Part 1)

Hey friends! I’m really happy to share with you all part 1 of a recent interview I did with my friend Warren Huart of Produce Like A Pro! Warren is a man of many talents, most notably working as a top Producer in L.A. working with bands like Aerosmith, Ace Frehley, Emmylou Harris, The Fray, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Augustana, Korn, Marc Broussard, Daniel Powter, Howie Day, James Blunt, and many more. In addition, Warren is the creator of the very successful blog and youtube channel called “Produce Like A Pro” which is an absolute wealth of information for aspiring musicians and audio engineers. He also offers a membership based site called “The Produce Like A Pro Academy” which offers premium tutorials and much more highly engaging educational material. I can’t recommend enough checking out all of his amazing content as it’s a real privilege to be able to learn from a person of Warren’s caliber.

We recently sat down to have a chat about all things music. Here’s Part 1. Below you’ll find all of Warren’s contact info and links so you can go check him out over at Produce Like A Pro and the Produce Like A Pro YouTube Channel! 🙂

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Please don’t hesitate to leave some comments below or shoot me an email if you have any questions! Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy Part 1 of our super fun chat and interview. Hope you have an awesome day!

– Pete

  • Loz Rabone

    Really interesting discussion guys. Fascinating to hear about the pre production process for the Chili Peppers. Thanks for taking the time to do this, I found it really interesting:o)

    • Pete Woj

      Hey Loz! Thanks for watching! Yeah, it was definitely a blast to hang and chat. Super interesting for sure to hear about the work rate of guys like Rik Ruben and bands like the Chili Peppers… That’s why I think a large part of life and music is how hard we graft vs. one’s natural talent… Anyway, glad you dug it, Loz! 🙂