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The aim is simple, the task probably not: two people attempt to write and record an album, in one year, while holding down full-time jobs - a process we are now calling ‘Tunelighting’. Can it be done? In this podcast series, friends Jack Edwards and Rob Wreglesworth will document their journey from day one - where they have no band name, no songs and no idea where to start - to day 365, where they will (hopefully) have a completed musical record. Each episode will cover a different subject related to recording music at home, sharing tips, insights and lessons learned along the way. The hope is that this podcast can act as a template for anyone else who wants to try Tunelighting! The podcast is brought to you by MusiciansHQ.com

Tunelighting - How to Produce an Album in One Year Rob Wreglesworth and Jack Edwards

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The aim is simple, the task probably not: two people attempt to write and record an album, in one year, while holding down full-time jobs - a process we are now calling ‘Tunelighting’. Can it be done? In this podcast series, friends Jack Edwards and Rob Wreglesworth will document their journey from day one - where they have no band name, no songs and no idea where to start - to day 365, where they will (hopefully) have a completed musical record. Each episode will cover a different subject related to recording music at home, sharing tips, insights and lessons learned along the way. The hope is that this podcast can act as a template for anyone else who wants to try Tunelighting! The podcast is brought to you by MusiciansHQ.com

    The 3 Month Update

    The 3 Month Update

    It's 3 months into the 12 month timeline, so Jack and Rob decide to use this milestone to reflect on what they have done so far, including a few short clips of some demo songs.Also in this episode, they talk about creativity and inspiration in lockdown and (after it's cancellation this year) reminisce about some great Glastonbury sets. 

    • 27 Min.
    Albums We Didn't Write - A Grand Don't Come for Free, The Streets

    Albums We Didn't Write - A Grand Don't Come for Free, The Streets

    As part of this journey we occasionally do a deep dive into a great album and pick out 10 things which we think make it so memorable. With the hope, it might inspire our album. The album we picked this time is A Grand Don't Come for Free by The Streets, described as a British Rap Opera, it is a truly unique piece of art.In summary, the 10 we love things are:1) It’s the ultimate concept album… 2) …but the songs work on their own merit 3) Wonderfully British 4) Humour 5) Brilliantly mundane 6) Vulnerability/honesty 7) Brilliant conveyance of internal monologue 8) Inventive storytelling formats 9) Versatile soundtrack 10) Blurring of genres As this is a review an analysis podcast the music is used under fair use license 

    • 55 Min.
    Another Tunelighter Accepts The Challenge

    Another Tunelighter Accepts The Challenge

    In this special episode, Rob and Jack interview the first confirmed participant, apart from themselves, in the Tunelighting challenge (that of writing and recording an album in just one year part-time). It may be Rob’s own brother Matt but you’ve got to start somewhere!The hosts ask Matt what music production he has done before, how he is approaching the daunting task, what equipment he has access to and what music is influencing him. As Matt’s day job is an architect they finish with a music architecture quiz (so stick around for that….)As always, this podcast is brought to you by Musicianshq.com

    • 52 Min.
    5 Solutions To Resistance (That Have Helped Us)

    5 Solutions To Resistance (That Have Helped Us)

    Following on from episode 10 where we discussed the concept of 'resistance' in the songwriting and recording process, we decided we didn't want to leave you with no solutions, so this week we share 5 things that have helped us in the battle to overcome it.Rob also shares some lockdown field recordings that may or may not find their way onto the album somehow. Thanks to everyone who has listened so far! 

    • 23 Min.
    Resistance and the War of Art

    Resistance and the War of Art

    In this week's episode, Jack and Rob talk about the topic of 'resistance'. A mysterious force that seems to appear during most creative projects, causing anxiety and doubt that manifests itself in day to day distractions. Thanks to everyone who has listened so far please do subscribe and follow us @tunelighting on Twitter and Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts.  

    • 22 Min.
    Albums We Didn't Write - Origin of Symmetry, Muse

    Albums We Didn't Write - Origin of Symmetry, Muse

    A different episode format this week as Rob and Jack take a deep look at an album that has influenced them. That album being Origin of Symmetry by the British band Muse. The hosts pick their 10 favorite things about the album and mix in a few clips here and there of examples to bring it to life. The episode ends with them pondering which ideas could influence the sound of their album.  (n.b as this is a review and analysis of the album clips from the album are used under fair use.) 

    • 59 Min.

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