The No.1 podcast for female identifying musicians eager to start self-recording their music, hosted by Isobel Anderson, and featuring fascinating guest episodes with women making music with technology.
#10: Overcoming Doubt & Killing It With Live Electronics With Una Monaghan
Do you ever look at other musicians who seem to know exactly what they’re doing with music tech and think “I wish I knew what I was doing like THEY do”? To look at the amazingly talented electronic musician, Una Monaghan, you might think exactly that. But inside this incredibly honest conversation, we learn that even someone at the top of their game like Una, has these niggling, and universally human, inner thoughts.
#09: Making Bolder, Bigger Moves with your Music in 2021
Marking achievements, learning from mistakes and setting goals you can feel truly excited by for 2021.
#08. NYE Special: Celebrating Women of Music Tech History with Prof. Gascia Ouzounian
What better way to welcome in the New Year than raising a glass to the unsung heroines of music technology, past and present? And there’s no-one better to do this work than Oxford Professor, Gascia Ouzounian. Join Gascia and Isobel for New Year’s tipple and natter about some of the amazing ladies that have paved the way in music tech and get inspired for what you could achieve in 2021.
#07. Recording in Analogue (and Much, Much More) with Julie McLarnon
Inside this special Christmas Eve episode, the GTK podcast gives you the gift of analogue. Or to be specific, Isobel sits down with engineer and producer Julie McLarnon and finds out how the creativity and magic of analogue recording enticed Julie to create a 100% analogue studio set within Northern Ireland’s beautiful Mourne Mountains.
#06. Making your Music AND Making A Difference
There’s ‘More Important Things’ Happening In The World Right Now Than Making Music, Right?
#05. From Small Town Welsh Girl to Pro LA Producer with SJAE
What kind of producer’s repertoire stretches from Rod Stewart to UK Grime? Not everyone can answer that question, but SJAE certainly can. Inside this week’s episode, Isobel talks to the LA based Welsh producer about her career to date, how lockdown has affected her music and her pro production tip - you’re going to love this episode.
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Great pro tips about the music industry, while aimed at women but applies to anyone interested in working in the music industry. Excellent production values as you would expect given the subject matter. Well done to all concerned and highly recommended.
Just what I’ve been waiting for!
This is such an important podcast to be out in the world. Thank you Isobel for bringing all this brilliant wisdom to my ears!
As a female musician having this podcast is wisdom overflowing ❤️❤️❤️