The Set Up Podcast feat. Mikolai Stroinski

Every week, The Set Up Podcast navigates a new topic through interviews with the most creative minds in the music industry―turning their experiences working behind the scenes into actionable advice you can use in your life no matter your background.

If you’re passionate about paving your own path and inspired to connect with like-minded professionals, hit the subscribe button, because we’ll help set you up for success at The Set Up Podcast. Before hosting The Set Up, Sydney Oberholtzer worked for Rolling Stone Magazine, created music experiences for artists and marketed music festivals.

In Episode 8 of The Set Up Podcast, Sydney is joined by Mikolai Stroinski who has composed music for video games for 16 years. He is best known for his music in “Witcher 3,” “Age of Empires 4,” “League of Legends,” and most recently, “Bee Simulator” which just won Game Audio Network Guild Award for Best Music in an Indie Game.

Music has always been a great way to create a compelling story and evoke emotion. You will learn the role music plays in video games, how Mikolai creates scores of music, and his unique role in game development. If you love music, this episode will give you a new perspective on the relationship music and video games have.

The SoundGirls Podcast ft. Alesia Hendley

This Week's Episode is Alesia Hendley - AV sales engineer, multimedia journalist, and content creator.

Analog Mastering-EQing into Compression

This week Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen demonstrate how to align a tape machine for flat transfers.

Insights in Sound ft. Bonnie Hayes

Best known for writing Bonnie Raitt's multi-platinum "Love Letter" and "Have a Heart," Bonnie Hayes' songs have been recorded by artists like Bette Midler, Cher, Robert Cray, and Adam Ant, to name a few.