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BBC Introducing... Jamie Cullum
Gareth Lloyd talks to Jamie Cullum.
Part 2> Facefurnature ~ Music | performance at the 9th Sunday Matinée
For the video of the performance and much more check out my site
or support the Sunday...
I seeking musicians to put a tune to this. Send me a message.
Journey on the tube between Angel and Old Street on the Northern Line, London
Thinking ahead to the Olympics
BBC Introducing... The Dregs (Greg James and Dev from BBC Radio1)
Gareth Lloyd talks to The Dregs (Greg James and Dev from BBC Radio1).
Sam and Of Mice & Musicians talks about Duality
Sam and Of Mice &
. Balance of
. If you wanna hear the whole show get it at...
Charlottesville Street Musicians
I recorded these
a few years ago in
Rethinking my role
BBC Introducing... Friendly Fires
Gareth Lloyd talks to Friendly Fires.
Part 1> Facefurnature ~ Music | performance at the 9th Sunday Matinée
This talented duo performs a collection of 3 songs. For the video of the performance and much more check out my site...
Jem Godfrey Interview (cut down)
First interview I ever did (in October '08), and sounds quite good all considering. Really enjoyed speaking to Jem, was an absolute pleasure. The original is about half an hour long, so there's one moment towards the start where it sounds like I ignore him talking about his phonebox. If anything I actually dwelled on it for too long, but it sounds a wee bit rude in the edit. It's not, honest!
WONDERS OF THE BUTTERFLY GIRL BY KILER DAVENPORT
Folk Nations - Nagaland Residency Day 1
Day 1 of
From London to Kolkata, UK
THE GREAT PRETEND [lyrics completed]
A run-through of The Great Pretend. Lyrics in place. Further development will most likely be on music and instruments.
An Interview with Neil Gutteridge
Talent in the North East UK series. Neil is a pianist and composer who is passionate about his music. A selfless man who enjoys giving...
TVs in the fountain under a tent with lots if teen musicians, Inc.Helgi from Hot Fudge (as featured on our home page) & lots of voting for the Y-Factor- that's tonights @YorkFoodFest
Josh Doyle visits Vic Minett in the studio
Josh Doyle is a British-American singer-songwriter and musician best known as a solo performer as well as being the frontman of 90s UK...
AudioBooTH- a Suggestion
Great idea. I'm no musician but I can see me contributing as would other non musical types.
I'm not even suggesting mp3 support - i'm talking sketch pad, fun and inclusive. I mean to say that, for example, I record Boo A, people would simply download Boo A, or just play it out on speakers, adding their contribution live - rough and ready. They could check the levels of their boo to ensure their contrib sounds 'roughly' in the right volume area for the mix, and so on. It would be noisy, analogue and very rough and ready. BUT it would get musical peeps collaborating in a nicely free flowing way - and if they found they enjoyed collaborating, well, then it's time to use a more specific tool. I remember using Cubase with Rocket Networks - since gone bust - their product provided perfect sync between man A in the US and man B in the UK both working on the same track in Cubase at the same time. Bizarrely, nothing has come close since, but there are tools like on Hobnox that do a fair job of it.
very good idea indeed. i'm finding it a great source of sample fodder for lots of stuff too. hopefully we will see more audio sketches soon!
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TREVOR PIENAAR - breathing new life into Afrikaans music !
Trevor Pienaar is a Musician who plays 5 instruments. He's also a Sound Engineer/Music Producer/Entrepreneur/ Product Developer and a...
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