Did Prince once nearly ruin his legendary live show? How do you convert a VW bus into a mobile recording studio for buskers? And what’s it like working with creative powerhouse Björk?
Hear the stories behind the music with the Signal Path podcast from Shure. Tapping a global network of musicians, producers, engineers and other sonic innovators, the world's leading microphone maker brings you exclusive interviews with the people shaping the world of audio twice a month.
Episode 45 – Kyoka
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Kyoka, a producer, sound artist and field recorder nominated by Yuri Suzuki to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast the Japanese artist discusses drawing inspiration from her surroundings and the impact living in Berlin has had on her music.
Episode 44 – Hannah Brodrick
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Hannah Brodrick, a sound engineer nominated by James Lavelle to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast she discusses prepping kits for Iron Maiden and Robbie Williams, working in a male-dominated music industry, as well as the organization she helped establish, Women in Live Music.
Episode 43 – Choker
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Choker, an innovative singer and producer blurring the lines between R&B, hip-hop and indie music. Originally from Michigan, the artist also known as Chris Lloyd was nominated by Santigold to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast, Choker discusses growing up isolated in Detroit, his decision to commit himself completely to music and how moving to LA changed his sound.
Episode 42 – Debit
In this special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Delia Beatriz, a New York-based producer and DJ going by the name Debit. Known for mixing Mexican club rhythms and industrial sounds to create avant-garde techno, she was nominated by Holly Herndon to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast, Debit discusses how moving from Mexico to the United States influenced her tastes, the impact of technology on music and what it was like being named a Shure24 Audience Choice winner.
Episode 41 – Paul Leonard-Morgan
After working with bands like Simple Minds and Belle and Sebastian, the Scottish composer Paul Leonard-Morgan went on to write the soundtracks for Limitless, Dredd and the TV series Spooks (MI-5). More recently, he's collaborated on projects with two of the biggest names in the business: documentarian Errol Morris and composer Philip Glass. In the podcast, he tells Andrew Anderson about embracing mistakes, getting over imposter syndrome and the creative opportunities of being on lockdown.
Episode 40 – Black Pumas
Adrian Quesada and Eric Burton are the creative masterminds behind the Grammy-nominated psychedelic soul band Black Pumas. In the podcast, they discuss how they first met, how they've been keeping busy during the coronavirus lockdown and some of their more creative approaches to songwriting. This episode was recorded remotely with the MV51 digital condenser microphone.
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A must for amateur and pro musicians, sound engineers
A really fun podcast that gets into the life of creatives in music—particularly sound engineers
Some nice stories from people working in music that you've likely never heard before. Vinyl mastering? I learned a lot from the Matt Colton one!
This podcast has a lot of great content.