MixBus with Kevin Paul
Episode 6: Pascal Gabriel

Episode 6: Pascal Gabriel

March 24, 2020

Welcome to MixBus - a series of exclusive podcasts featuring the worlds best Producers, Mixers, and engineers talking about their careers and their approach to music.

Songwriter & producer Pascal Gabriel’s career has spanned 30 years so far, from S-Express’s number 1 hit ‘Theme from S-Express’, Bomb The Bass’s landmark album ‘Beat Dis’, EMF’s multi-platinum ‘Schubert Dip’, Dido’s mega-selling ‘Here With Me’ and ‘No Angel’, to later hits with Kylie, Ladyhawke, Will Young, Goldfrapp, Marina and the Diamonds, Miss Kittin, Little Boots and more recent releases including Emma Louise‘s second album ‘Supercry’, as well as The Temper Trap‘s latest album ‘Thick As Thieves’.

The first album from Pascal’s newest project ‘Stubbleman‘ is an ambient, electronic soundscape that amazes and delights in equal measure.

 

Pascal welcome to MixBus..

 

 

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Episode 5: MPG Award Winner Caesar Edmunds

Episode 5: MPG Award Winner Caesar Edmunds

March 3, 2020

Welcome to MixBus - a series of exclusive podcasts featuring the world's best Producers, Mixers, and engineers talking about their careers and their approach to music.

Grammy Nominated Engineer Caesar Edmunds moved from Singapore to Liverpool in 2009 to study at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. (LIPA) Graduating in 2013 Caesar was also presented with the coveted Sennheiser Studio Excellence Award.

In 2012 Caesar joined the eminent Producers Alan Moulder and Flood as an Assistant Engineer at Assault & Battery Studios And has since worked with artists such as Foals, Queens of the Stone Age, The Killers, PJ Harvey, St Vincent, Ride, Circa Waves, Twin Atlantic and Two Door Cinema Club.
A vital part of the team here at Assult and Battery I’m interested to hear from him the role to he plays at the studio and working for Flood and Alan Moulder.

 

 

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This episode is brought to you in association with KMR Audio, the UK’s leading independent pro audio retailer and recorded and mixed in Association with Audient and the ID44, Audio Technica and Filepass.com, file sharing built specifically for the audio industry.

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Episode 3: Alan Moulder

Episode 3: Alan Moulder

February 4, 2020

Welcome to MixBus with Kevin Paul.

This series aims to allow some of the best producers, mixers, engineers and other music industry people to discuss their careers and their approach to music.

Today’s guest is Alan Moulder.

Alan has been at the helm of some of rocks most iconic records. His production, mixing and engineering credits include Nine Inch Nails, The Killers, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Them Crooked Vultures, My Bloody Valentine, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Arctic Monkeys, Led Zeppelin, Death Cab for Cutie, Foals, Royal Blood, Circawaves, Two Door Cinema Club, Twin Atlantic, Ride, Queens of the Stone Age, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes and Suede.

 

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Episode 2: Gareth Jones

Episode 2: Gareth Jones

January 30, 2020

Welcome to MixBus with Kevin Paul.

This series aims to allow some of the best producers, mixers, engineers and other music industry people to discuss their careers and their approach to music.

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My guest today is the legendary Gareth Jones...

Gareth has always found inspiration in recorded music and has dedicated himself to the form. After initial training at the BBC in the late 70s He started this journey at Pathway Studios in London and helped build the Garden studio in Shoreditch. In the early 80s he moved to Berlin for 10 years and worked at the legendary Hansa studios.

His work goes all the way back to 1980 and includes artists such as Fad Gadget, Depeche Mode, Wire, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Erasure. More recently he’s worked with Stubbleman, The Leisure Society, Spiritual Friendship and Yann Teirsen. It’s fair to say that I could fill the entire podcast just mentioning the artists he’s worked with.

Hope you enjoy this as much as I did recoding it....Thanks Gareth.

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Episode 1: Grammy Nominated Producer Catherine Marks

Episode 1: Grammy Nominated Producer Catherine Marks

January 9, 2020

Welcome to MixBus with Kevin Paul.

This series aims to allow some of the best producers, mixers, engineers and other music industry people to discuss their careers and their approach to music.

In this first episode I’m delighted to welcome producer and mixer Catherine Marks.

Catherine first moved to London in 2005 to train as an assistant engineer under Flood at Assault and Battery studios in London.

In 2009 Catherine began working alongside the Brit Award-Winning producer and mixer Alan Moulder, where she worked on projects including Interpol, Foals, Death Cab for Cutie, Killers, Ronnie Vannuci and Blonde Redhead.

Catherine won the 2016 MPG Award as Breakthrough Producer of The Year and in 2018 Catherine won the award for MPG Producer of the Year. I sat down with Catherine to discuss how and why she got into the studio and what it’s like to work at Assault and Battery studios with Flood and Alan Moulder and her approach to working with bands and production.

 

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This episode is brought to you in association with KMR Audio, the UK’s leading independent pro audio retailer and recorded and mixed in Association with Audient and the ID44. 

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