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Alex Cores Hayes is a writer, producer, mixer and executive producer from East London. Originally making his name as part of the Haunted House collective, who came up on the pirate radio shows in and around the E5 postcode in the mid 00s, he became k... more
Burke Reid is a Canadian-Australian producer, who began his career as part of the seminal Australian alt-rock trio Gerling. After ten years in the band, and 4 critically and commercially successful albums, he left to pursue a career solely in product... more
Our guest this week is Luke Smith, a British record producer and musician who emerged in the early mid 00s with his innovative and critically acclaimed band Clor. Having split up after their first album he immediately embarked on a production career ... more
Really enjoying this podcast. more
Lawrence and Bob have a fluid, relaxed style which puts their guests at ease, bringing out some great stories. Anyone with any level of interest in the recording and production process will enjoy listening.
Really enjoying this podcast. Have rather different taste in music but love hearing about the human side of music making.
Absolutely loving this podcast. The premise is intriguing of course, but the hosts and guests take it much further to make this a really special listen. The nuts and bolts of how a recording is made are not at all forgotten, but the questions and conversation create space for so much more- namely the emotional, psychological and theoretical aspects that are integral to creating something beautiful and complex. Well done by all, 5 stars all day.
A really enjoyable listen by people who are really passion about their craft.
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The Process of Production launched 3 years ago and published 34 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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