`midierror meets.....' podcast

Episode 8 of the podcast is now live, speaking to Hannah Dunster of Soundcastle, a company which works within the community to build confidence, friendships and bonds using music.

I wholeheartedly recommend getting involved in community music wherever you are!

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Next up, its Ade Fenton - who’s produced the last 4 albums with Gary Numan, as well as being a renowned Techno DJ and Producer.

Episode 10 with Phil Nelson who’s managed The Levellers, The Long Pigs, Aqualung, Duke Spirit Sweet Billy Pilgrim and more. He co-founded Brighton’s Great Escape festival which hosts over 500 bands across more than 30 venues in the city, and has worked extensively on projects to create a sustainable eco system of music within a city.

Next up is Scott Diaz, who is a really nice bloke! has produced tonne of records over the years and has been on the end of the superficial side of the industry too.

Episode 12, speaking to Jon Astley who’s produced, mastered and remastered artists like The Who, Abba, George Harrison, Catatonia, Ash, The Rolling Stones and many more. His production was so good he had a solo career in the mid 90s. Jon now offers a fantastic mastering at incredible rates for unsigned bands and artists.

Very interesting Conversation :walkman:

Also a podcast with Pioneer Trevor Horn would be nice

Next episode speaking to Songwriter, Producer and all round top-bloke Jonny Amos. Discussing songwriting workshops, perfect pop and the EDM legacy left by Avicii.

Thanks for listening!

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idea:

Next episode speaking to Programmer, Producer and all round top-blogger Eduard Müller aka “TakTik”. Discussing coding & debugging, perfect EDM Tracking & legacy left by Renoise?

Well as the things have cleared up today. This interview idea (which most likely wont happen) would stream directly onto my golden hdd and be listened to over and over again to learn from.

I’d be up for it !

Heres episode 14 speaking to Dom Morley, a Grammy award winning Producer, Mix Engineer and Sound Engineer who’s worked with Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Sting and a whole host of other names. We speak about his career progression and serendipitous moments from making tea for free to working in Metropolis in London sitting with Michael Jackson.

Enjoy!

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Episdoe 15 speaking to Hannah Kemp-Welch, a sound artist living in London.

Enjoy!

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Episode 16 speaking to Rory Phillips superstar DJ, producer and prolific remixer. Rory was a big part in the Trash club night in London, and has worked on remixes for the xx, taylor swift, the gossip, crystal castles, franz ferdinand, the white lies, the scissor sisters and little boots.

Enjoy!

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Why not some youtube videos interviewing these artists?

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I can’t wait to dig into these. Thank you for sharing!

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All the interviews are on youtube. I’m too self conscious to have a camera pointed at me, particularly for the duration of an interview. Look at my yt videos… I like being incognito

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Excellent, thanks for your kind words!

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A new EP is up, speaking to guitarist and singer Oliver Cherer

Next episode, speaking to Andy Collins of Antech Systems - who repairs gear for some of the biggest names in the business, including the Chemical Brothers, Gary Numan and Metronomy!

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This month we hear from Bunty Looping a supremely talented singer using loop pedals to create vibrant tribal landscapes. We talk about her approach to live looping, how she cultivates a diverse music venue and the possibilities of VR for music #muteit

Enjoy, it’s a great chat!

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