Jim Moray took time out from a recent tour to chat at Edwin Street Studios with Russell Cottier about folk music and record production.
George Shilling visited Jimmy at his lovely studio on a wet and rainy day in London to find out more about Jimmy's huge success and to find out how he made the long journey from the Orkney Islands to top of the charts.
We are delighted to feature a unique video interview with record producer John Carter Cash recorded at his private recording studio - Cash Cabin Studios in Nashville.
At the start of COVID-19 lock down early in 2020, John Cornfield filmed a tour around his home studio.
John Leckie is one of the most revered British record producers and it was amazing to have John give up his time to come over to chat with George Shilling about so many aspects of production covering subjects as diverse as how to make a...
Ben Turner from Axe and Trap Studios visited John Parish at his amazing studio with ace cameraman and editor Harv to record this in-depth video.
With 26 Grammy nominations and 5 wins, John Wooler is well known for his record production with many legendary and new breaking artists.
Jon Cohen chats with George Shilling about recording a number of diverse projects including a major project with bagpipes and how not going to 'posh' classical schools didn't stand in his way.
Jon Musgrave's credit list includes: Culture Club, Boy George, High Lamas, Beverly Knight, Omar &Angie Stone, S Club 7, Darryl Hall & Kylie Minogue.
Since filming O'Henry has sadly closed. Mel Lambert interviewed Joseph Magee while working on the film score for Disney's "The Country Bears" at O'Henry Studios.
Sadly, we heard that Keith passed away in June 2012. Keith was such a big influence on so many young recording engineers and producers and his personality made him one of the most revered people in the recording industry.
Ken Allardyce is widely known as one of LA's outstanding engineers and mixers. Ken has recorded numerous chart-topping popular bands like Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day and Weezer in the recent years. Watch Ken talking on camera about his amazing career.
NYC-based record producer, engineer, composer and arranger Ken Feldman has been honing his craft for nearly a decade.
Ken Scott, the legendary record producer and recording engineer, is featured here in an exclusive video interview shot at Abbey Road Studio Two in November 2005.
Mike Exeter talks with Kevan Gallagher, a self-taught guitarist who has worked in-house at many of London’s top studio. Kevan was fortunate in learning his craft working with many of the best engineers and producers assisting at Battery Studios.
We are very grateful to everyone at Fenix Studios for giving up their time and letting us drag all of the camera gear around the studios to shoot these features. We strongly recommend Fenix Studios to anyone wanting to record in New York.