||Chris Lorg Alge
|George Shilling||Kevin Shirley
We have recorded this unique record producer series over 14 years and it's become a massive collection of over 300 leading record producers, recording engineers and re-mixers. There is nothing like it anywhere, every month new producers are featured.
As engineers and producers ourselves we want to showcase new producer and engineer talent featuring in-depth interviews with some legendary people who can help pass on their skills, tips and techniques. New production methods and recording ideas keep springing up, we try to help pass the best recording and mixing techniques to you.
We film and edit these features in spare time with limited budgets but so long as people are inspired by great sounding records and are wanting to learn, to share tips and be better record producers we will keep going!
||Tomas De Camino
||Greg Haver||Brad Gilderman
||John Carter Cash
||Padley & Godfrey
| Simon Gogerly
||Mike Thorne||Sam Farr||John Metcalfe
|Angus Wallace 2||Dan Sprigg||Simon Efemey
||Chris Lorg Alge
|Gomez & Russell
This website isn't about just one record producer, it's about hundreds of music producers. Just some of the questions that we ask include:
What motivates them? How do they get the best from a musician? How did they get their first break? How do they network? What are their secret techniques? What equipment do they depend on? How do they find work? How has their workflow changed? Show us how you work. Show us your recording and mixing methods. Help explain how others should get in to the industry. What inspires you?
Some of the features will look at recording techniques or recording equipment. Some will be a look back at amazing production careers. Most will pass on useful nuggets of information that can possibly help you make even better records. In all cases you can get an understanding of the character and many, many musicians have found a producer or engineer to work with by watching these videos.
The only problem is that with so many producer video interviews, you could be here for some time! We really hope that you find this site useful and welcome feedback, good or bad via or Twitter feed or Facebook Page.
We are always looking for new and interesting record producers and recording engineers to feature. Don't worry if you're not a multi Grammy winning producer (yet). If you're interesting, have ideas to share, have been working on anything interesting or simply want to get a bit more exposure just drop us a line!
As the changes in the music industy keep picking up in speed the thing that matters most of all is making great sounding music. We may make less money in the recording business than it was possible in the 70's and 80's but it is now possible to make a good living working in a range of genres from metal to folk to classical music. We want to cover every genre of music production.
Each of the music producers and engineers featured below has a story to tell. Either scroll the menu above to find the person that you are interested in or browse the thumbnails below. At the foot of the page are links to the oldest features, many are from when the internet was young and people had to use modems so they will be small and jerky but the information is still useful end engaging. We hope that you enjoy watching and add a link from your website, tweet out your favourite interview, like us on Facebook or get in touch to be featured yourself - it's free!
Coming soon... Many of these links lead to producers picture galleries while the videos
are being edited
About the video interview series
Watch over 300 Music Producers talking on camera about their work and techniques!
We can't thank the people that take the time to do the video interviews enough. Special thanks to our contributors who have helped info....
Sometimes the person featured appears in part of another feature, eg a studio tour, so if the above index takes you to an unexpected page go with the flow, the producer will feature as part of that video.
Visit George Shilling's equipment reviews of gear that he's tested in real life recording sessions. Recording equipment reviews
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