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The pATCHES Podcast
58 minutes | Nov 6, 2018
Do it deliberately -- with AfroDJMac
We catch up with Brian Funk, aka AfroDJMac, and discuss how mistakes can be solutions, keeping your goal in mind, and stripping things back to your interest and focus. We also conclude the episode with a fun ambient jam on AfroDJMac's latest instrument. Check out a video of the performance on youtube: https://youtu.be/S-5ihAK7C-M —— AfroDJMac: https://www.afrodjmac.com 100 Year old piano: https://www.afrodjmac.com/blog/2018/10/23/100-year-old-piano-free-ableton-live-pack-175 Music Production Podcast: https://www.afrodjmac.com/podcast/ www.patches.zone
3 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
pATCHES is turning into something new. Our chrysalis has begin to crack open a bit, and we’re excited to finally start sharing what we’ve been working on. This podcast feed is going to start looking a little different now — each week we’ll be discussing what we’ve been working on, what we’re going to be working on, and talking the details with friends and guests to give you a behind-the-ideas look at patches.zone.
15 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
004. This Can Be Anything, Still (Zack Sekoff)
When Vince Staples' Big Fish Theory dropped earlier this year, it was all Pierce Engineer & I could listen to. Learning that one of the producers on that album - Zack Sekoff - was a huge Ableton Live user, we of course wanted to reach out to him to learn about his process & how hear how he puts his beats together. What we got was a lot more than we bargained for as Zack not only explained the technical side of his production but also went deep into philosophical discussions on Live, developing & executing musical concepts, & the importance of staying open minded about where inspiration can come from & where a track can go. This episode serves as a collection of those ideas & is worth any producer's time to learn from.
21 minutes | Jul 25, 2017
003. Apprehension (Mark Korven)
In this episode, composer Mark Korven shares his approach to creating the unusual score for The Witch, which blends medieval instruments and textured noises in a dynamic and dissonant soundscape that highlights every haunting moment of the film. He also explains the workings of his famous "Apprehension Engine" and discusses how temp scores and directors have changed the role of film composers over the years. Mark Korven: http://www.markkorven.com/Main.html The Apprehension Engine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzk-l8Gm0MY The Witch: http://thewitch-movie.com The Witch Soundtrack: https://milanrecords.com/the-witch-music-by-mark-korven/ This episode features samples of The Witch OST & original music by Pierce Engineer and Sam Elrod.
26 minutes | May 16, 2017
002. Sound & Story (Jeremy Bloom & Evan Cook)
Jeremy Bloom and Evan Cook discuss sound design for theatre, sharing the concepts and principles that guide their work.
20 minutes | May 3, 2017
001. 18,000 Songs & Counting (Matt Farley)
Matt Farley has written over 18,000 songs. What advice does he have for music producers?
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