Having known Joe for a couple of years now, it felt right to get him on the podcast. Joe is a prolific songwriter and a fantastic musician, and his musical experience has brought him to a fruitful place in his creative journey. Be sure to check out Joe's music and enjoy this insightful and relaxed conversation!

 

Joe on Bandcamp: https://joekanemusic.bandcamp.com/

Chinofeldy: https://chinofeldy.bandcamp.com/

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

You can find more information about Joe Montague and remote drum sessions here:

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

I first stumbled across Clay's YouTube videos last year and have wanted to speak to him ever since. Clay is a font of knowledge on all things Beatles recording and all things recording for that matter. He is passionate about recording and making great music and is extremely generous in his advice!

You can find more information about Clay and his Beatles recreations here:

http://boulevardrecording.com/about/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsXVLbBVYM6ruL3nY5Tzcew/featured

 

Here is the Abbey Road plugins we were talking about: 

https://www.waves.com/plugins/abbey-road#sort:path~type~order=.default-order~number~asc|views:view=grid-view|paging:currentPage=0|paging:number=20

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

You can find more information about Joe Montague and remote drum sessions here:

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

Colin Elliot is one of the few producers I have worked with who seems to retain, for want of a better word (or words), a real natural, organic, vintage, human feel to the way he works. Here Colin opens up about his getting started in recording, his philosophy on production and why gear doesn't matter.

Admittedly, I've said this about all my guests, but Colin really is lovely human being, and I hope you enjoy this conversation!

 

Yellow Arch Recording Studio - 

www.yellowarch.com 

 

Here are some links to the albums that Colin mentioned:

A Girl Called Eddy, A Girl Called Eddy - https://open.spotify.com/album/17hWPJk3A1jwPIFC5SILj3?si=q5pVLy0tScWsQhny-JD5CA

Tom Hickox, War, Peace & Diplomacy - https://open.spotify.com/album/2q2Lefoe2QZw4uGFtmoedu?si=fqjdhJ9tSG62bUlKrY5SgA 

A New International, Come To Fabulon

https://open.spotify.com/album/2cg1ku1Gq1L6f0pVg1czqU?si=2yzIe6aKR52KmMOna_N3Dg 

Dancing Years, Learn To Kiss

https://open.spotify.com/album/2wT60N80uuhnuu8kYVRNOP?si=ylQpwozjRLqoofhiV12yLg 

 

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

You can find more information about Joe Montague and remote drum sessions here:

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

Stewart was one of the first names on the list to to speak to when I started this podcast, he is an absolute wealth of knowledge on microphones and a lovely chap to boot.

Imagine designing the microphone used to record the orchestra in Star Wars Episode IX! We discuss all things ribbon microphones, from their history to their repair and design.

You can find more information about Stewart's microphone repair and manufacter here:

http://xaudia.com/

https://www.extinctaudio.co.uk/

 

The 'Skunk' Microphone: http://xaudia.com/shop_item/rca-ku2-ku3a-replica-suspension-mounts-ku2mounts/

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

You can find more information about Joe and remote drum sessions here:

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

It was an absolute privilege to chat with the legendary producer and engineer Ken Scott. Here Ken generously discusses his life at Abbey Road, stories from his time recording The Beatles, working with David Bowie as well as throwing in production/mixing advice and shares his number #1 essential studio purchase.

 

Ken's absolutely fantastic book: 

'Abbey Road To Ziggy Stardust' by Ken Scott

 

A comprehensive list of music Ken Scott has produced and engineered:

 https://www.discogs.com/artist/103969-Ken-Scott

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

You can find more information about Joe and remote drum sessions here:

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

What better place to begin a podcast on 60s recording than with the don of 60s production Sir George Martin. I sit down with George Martin expert and Beatles fanatic Jason Kruppa, who shares stories and information from his own extensive research into the legendary producer and arranger. 

 

Jason's FANTASTIC podcast Producing The Beatles:

 https://www.producingthebeatles.com/

 

Books mentioned:

'All You Need Is Ears' by George Martin

'Maximum Volume: The Life of Beatles Producer George Martin: The Early Years, 1926 - 1966' by Kenneth Womack

'Sound Pictures: The Life of Beatles Producer George Martin: The Later Years, 1966 - 2006' by Kenneth Womack

 

If you would like to suggest a guest, an idea for the podcast, or have some general feedback please email joe@allyouneedisdrums.com

 

www.allyouneedisdrums.com

 

Welcome to That 60s Recording Podcast! In this pre-episode (if that's a thing) you will meet me, Joe, and I will tell you a bit about myself and how the idea for this podcast came about. I hope you enjoy and thank you for listening.