David Browning is a Nashville producer, programmer, keyboardist, and songwriter whose credits include Katy Perry, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Katherine Hughes, Natalie Grant, Avalon, Hollywood Heroes & many more.
David is awesome at what he does and his solid character and positive, joyful attitude make it a real pleasure to work with him!
The show notes below are full of links to cool software and resources so be sure to check them out!
IN THIS EPISODE:
- Balancing family and work.
- Getting more done in the morning.
- Breaking down songs to learn from them.
- David’s studio gear.
- Dos and don’ts for producers.
- What David would do differently if he could start his music career over.
- Taking things out of your local city/circle into the world.
- Thoughts about producer agreements.
RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Music and People:
- Neon Trees – Pop Psychology (iTunes – Spotify)
- Karmin – Pulses (iTunes – Spotify)
- Bruce Swedien
- Teddy Riley
- Distorted priorities
- Shinee “Everybody”
- Girls Generation “Mister Mister”
- Orange Caramel – “Catalina”
- Jimmy Lee Sloas
- Spectrasonics Omnisphere
- Stylus Remix
- Spectrasonics Trilian
- Superior Drummer
- Steven Slate Drums
- Camel Audio Alchemy
- Tal Audio Juno 60 Simulator (Free Download – They accept donations! :0) – Video demo)
- Steven Slate Console Collection
- Plug in Alliance Dynamic Spectrum Mapper
- Sound Toys
- Relab LX480
- Softube Trident A Range Tilt
- Mog EQ 4
- Vertigo Compressor
- Elysia Compressor
Quotes of the Day:
“Never ever ever burn a bridge or take for granted anybody.” – David Browning
“Don’t let this industry make you bitter.” -Jimmy Lee Sloas
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