Musician, Sound recordist, etc
I'm a musician, who currently makes audiobooks. I was trained classically, which taught me to be able to read and write music, but not much else. Learning about the heart and soul of music came from listening to pop music, playing in bands and watching people dancing to it. I played in various bands in Coventry, and then did some session work in London. I became more interested in what was happening on the other side of the glass, and became a live and studio engineer. From that came drum programming and sequencing, and for a few years I was a record producer.
Following that, I worked for BBC radio, editing and occasionally producing documentary and comedy shows.
Now I record audio books, working with talented narrators with Rushforth Media. (more to follow)
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