29 episodes

In The Woods presents TAPE NOTES, a new podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early demo versions and stems from the original session recordings. The result is a unique insight into the working methods of some of the most innovative and exciting talents in music.

Tape Notes In The Woods

    • Technology
    • 5.0, 25 Ratings

In The Woods presents TAPE NOTES, a new podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early demo versions and stems from the original session recordings. The result is a unique insight into the working methods of some of the most innovative and exciting talents in music.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

A grateful amateur ,

Exploding Songs!

A podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Song Exploder is jealous for the extensive deep dive that happens on each episode. So if you’re like me and have searched far and wide for Podcasts similar to Song Exploder well my friend I’m pleased to inform you that you have finally found it!

614 Music Blog ,

Love this Podcast

Really interesting and awesome podcast for anyone interested in the production and songwriting process behind some amazing records. Love hearing the early demos and isolated original stems. And diving into multiple songs on the record really gets you into the headspace of the artist at the time of the recordings. The Little Dragon and The 1975 episodes were fantastic. Keep it up!!!

Jack Sommer ,

Yes!

At first I wasn’t sure if it was gonna be too close to Song Exploder but it has a style of its own, not to mention is more extensive. Plus, some good artists featured!

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