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Many many mysteries shall remain. SOME shall be dispelled!! My name is Jamie Lidell and I'm gonna delve into the heady magic of creating music in a modern studio, probe the depths of production, get tech crazy with mixing tricks, studio skills and equipment. I'll be joined by fellow musicians, engineers and all-round audiophiles who kindly share their tips, stories and ingenious insight from the bizarre world of music production. I shall answer questions and seek knowledge from other music m ...
 
What kind of mindset does it take to crack the elusive code of the music business? You and I are going to find out! In the Brenton Hund Podcast we will sit down with exceptional individuals and tease out their strategies and stories. These are folks I've met in my decades in the music industry, and they are nothing short of music extremists with strong opinions. I want to know what makes them tick, what fuels their passion, and how they have become who they are. Let's go!
 
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Welcome to Crimble escape pod EP 91. Happy to share this chat with Jonathan Rado ! You may know him from his band Foxygen or perhaps his productions with The Killers, The Lemon Twigs, Tim Heidecker, Whitney, Alex Cameron, Father John Misty or perhaps Weyes Blood? I had a blast meeting him in the covid lull a while back where we had a rare face to f…
 
Our guest this week is the kind of person who knows pretty much everybody, and pretty much everybody knows him. He has worked with household name artists from Miles Davis to Dave Matthews, and he’s spent a lifetime studying music and passing it along. John D’earth is a performer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and educator, and he’s got a nearl…
 
If the music business is an automobile our next guest is a mechanic, and we’re going to take a look under the hood. That means getting into the nitty gritty, so hunker down. Edwin Cox is the global CEO of West One Music Group, a production music company with offices and clients all over the world. He lives in Los Angeles but he grew up and started …
 
Thank you Jim Dudukovich! In this episode we talk about cool bands and stories, like how our guest sat in on drums with the Circle Jerks in New York because Chuck Biscuits, the drummer, wasn't able to play and our guest knew all their songs. Jack Rabid is the publisher and creative genius behind "The Big Takeover," a bi-annual music magazine publis…
 
Alex Bilo made the BTS mega smash hit Butter as part of a crack writing team. A song that spent weeks and weeks at the Billboard number 1 spot. Just huge. HUGE! Hear how it went down from a man I'm happy to say is my friend. Yep it’s rare I’m friendly with such big writers but we go way back now.. Ah how the time flies! Alex came up working with ma…
 
Stimming joins the pod for a hearty, autumnal, philosophical ramble which I found most fulfilling (actually we spoke in the summer but the falling leaves around here are turning my sense of time) He's been producing quality textural groovers for a long time and his new Album LUDWIG has just taken flight and he's certainly stretching himself to new …
 
I was very happy to catch up with Erick Elliott aka Erick Arc Elliott or Erick the Architect, a Renaissance man par excellence. He's a prolific and talented musician and producer and is arguably best known for his work in his band Flatbush Zombies but as you will find out he’s so much more than a musician at this point. He's not afraid to move into…
 
OK, buckle up. We’re about to find out how being a music lawyer is like being a NASCAR driver. And we’ll learn how, in music law, “your adversaries are your friends and your friends can sometimes be your adversaries.” Our guest in this episode is Kenny Steinthal. He’s a 40 year veteran music lawyer, specializing in music and media on both the litig…
 
Who is that Ned? Well for one thing He is one of the very best players of the game of Ableton! A sharp witted and rooted fellow. He makes a lot of rather good, anarchic and playful music that can be found on his bandcamp under the name Rude_NHS look at titles like "flocks of pigeons making noises that sound like old women agreeing with each other" …
 
Our next guest accepts that he has become “The Loudness Guy.” So buckle up! This is an audiophile master course where we’ll discuss everything from what the heck is “U-matic” to did Metallica make the loudest record ever? Ian Shepherd is a professional mastering engineer, owner of Mastering Media Ltd., and host of “The Mastering Show” podcast. Over…
 
So great to catch up with my friend and old band mate Cristian Vogel on the show! The way I met Cristian was pretty unlikely and pretty fantastic I have to say. Basically back in around 1995 I was making music with Subhead alongside Jason Leach and Phil Wells and thanks to those guys I became aware of so much incredible music mostly from Detroit an…
 
I'm so happy to have had a chance to chat with Bill Schnee about everything from the art of recording drums, to his opinions on truthful recording vs recording as a way to make a cartoon (all shall be revealed!) We get to talking about some of the legendary recordings he's made with Marvin Gaye and Whitney Houston . I mean CHILLS guys.. absolute CH…
 
Today’s guest has rubbed elbows with some of the greats, from Clapton to Neil Young. He started with an unpaid internship at the famous Criteria Recording Studios in the 70s and would eventually become CEO of his own successful A&R music company. Michael Laskow is no stranger to hard work. And he’s got a sixth sense for recognizing an opportunity a…
 
Our next guest has a super power. He can take 100 eleven-year-old kids who have never played music, give them instruments, and transform them from squawking, off key, off rhythm noise makers into award winning orchestras. Gary Fagan is a legend in my life. He was my band teacher at J.T. Henley Middle School in Crozet, Virginia. He taught me how to …
 
I’ve known this multi platinum renaissance man for some time now and I could tell, when we worked on the Lianne La Havas song “Green and Gold” that his skills went WAY beyond the technical. I can safely say that were it not for his expert manner in the room, that song never would have made it. Those are the kind of experiences that stay with you. I…
 
Let’s pull the curtain back and take a look at what happens behind the scenes in the production music business. Cue the alien action sequence, insert epic music, and watch the magic happen. In this episode we’re talking with Brian Brasher, CEO of of Pitch Hammer Music, a high-end film and television music company. Pitch Hammer specializes in music …
 
Hello! Ah yes, twas superb to catch up with the excellent Alessandro Cortini. He's someone that really connects with the soul of machines in a very rare way. He has a clear direction and opinion on so many crucial aspects of machine music, from the pure aesthetic tonal side of things to the way that individuality can be such a crucial asset in a wo…
 
Here’s a quote for you: “I had two suitcases, an acoustic guitar, a bible and $170 and I moved to New York. And that was the beginning of it all.” Our guest in this episode is Celisse Henderson. Through grit, determination, and honing her skills, along with a personality that is infectious and generous, she’s made a career on Broadway, on televisio…
 
HEY! did you join the patreon yet? I’d be most grateful if you’d consider it! I’m adding loads of sounds and goodies so hop on if you’re a fan of the show! https://www.patreon.com/HOWA and now LETS GET ON WITH THE SHOW! ___________ BOYS NOIZE speaks! I’ve been wanting to chat with Alex for AGES, all we needed was a nice long lock down to make it po…
 
Today you and I sit down with the original voice of Siri. Starting in 2011 she was the voice we all became acquainted with, a voice that needed to be “otherworldly with a sense of humor” according to the original engineers. Our guest is Susan Bennett. Susan’s first love was music -- learning to play the piano by ear. She’s also a vocalist and playe…
 
What's it like sitting in the hot seat, the witness stand, testifying as the musical expert at one of the most talked about music infringement cases in recent memory? Let’s find out... Our guest in this episode is Judith Finell. Judith testified on behalf of the Marvin Gaye family in the milestone “Blurred Lines” case in federal court as an expert …
 
HEY! did you join the patreon yet? I’d be most grateful if you’d consider it! I’m adding loads of sounds and goodies so hop on if you’re a fan of the show! https://www.patreon.com/HOWA and now LETS GET ON WITH THE SHOW! _____ Please welcome six time Grammy nominated record producer, music mixer and programmer, song writer, song doctor, sonic archit…
 
Imagine you are backstage coaching Rob Thomas before he goes on to sing with Santana at the Grammy's. Or getting Usher ready to sing with Ray Charles. To our next guest, this is just called "Tuesday." Jan Smith is known affectionately as "Mama Jan," so dubbed by John Hopkins of the Zac Brown Band, but as Jan puts it, it was Usher who took it public…
 
In this episode John Morand takes us behind the scenes of the recording studio, from cutting edits on an analog Studer 16 track tape machine (like the kind Led Zeppelin used back in the day) to running a drum set through a “Big Muff” distortion pedal. From mediating between band members to doing audio production on "Corn Warriors," a competitive co…
 
ATOM™ is fluent in many languages Spoken and musical He's not afraid of collisions, especially of musical stereotypes Hes been filed under: Electronic music, postmodern music, glitch, IDM, Latin dance, techno, experimental, easy listening electrolatino, electrogospel, and aciton music. Ack ! He's much more than a bunch of labels. One particularly f…
 
A huge Multi welcome to the multi multi talent that is Jack Garratt! He's a tremendous player and musician/man that's well aware of his mental health and how it all effects the outcome of the art. Love thyself people. Love and dancing. There’s much merriment in this convo alongside some real talk. Hope you enjoy :) Was a treat to finally catch up w…
 
In this episode you and I sit down with Tiffany Ashton, one of the “New Faces of Country” (Renegade Radio in Nashville), a “Rising Star” (Nashville Universe Awards), and "Country Artist of the Year" (Hollywood Music in Media, prior recipient). She’s performed stages from the legendary Viper Room in Hollywood to the Opryland Resort Big Night Nashvil…
 
Steve Van Dam is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and founding member of the band Everything. He co-wrote the hit song “Hooch” which cracked the top 10 in Billboard’s Pop and Adult Contemporary charts in 1998. Steve and Everything played 200-250 shows a year for a decade in the 90s and Everything sold 30,000 records out of the trunk of their car i…
 
Kieran Hebden is one of the most uniquely talented UK electronic artists working today. He’s produced a wonderful stack of LPS and a remixed some of the best, from Aphex to Radiohead to Jamie Lidell. He’s walked an unconventional path but the seemingly strange choices of gear and methods he’s landed on are all very much considered. He is literally …
 
Curtis Daniel III is the Co-owner and Co-founder of Patchwerk Recording Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Some have called Atlanta the “Motown of the South” at least in good part due to the work Patchwerk has done. Patchwerk has been responsible for recording one groundbreaking record after another, starting with Outkast, and including artists like Good…
 
Guest: Stephen Hund: Stephen is a veteran drummer and musician who has played in numerous bands and toured the country. His stack of skills, perspective and story are awesome. He’s a business owner - he started Manhattan Drum Studios, a drum school in New York and Barcelona, and has taught over 25,000 drum lessons. He's a singer, songwriter, self t…
 
Hello!! Please join me on the patreon https://www.patreon.com/HOWA My Guest is unquestionably one of the grandfathers of Hip Hop. Please Welcome, the Visionary Inventor of music making instruments that have truly stood the test of time. Dave Rossum Maker of the SP-1200, Emulator samplers, Proteus, Assimil8or And Whatever next? It’s a true pleasure …
 
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