Acoustically speaking, those who come to hear my second album will be treated to three sound worlds for the price of one. Here’s why the recorded sound is so important, how we’ll achieve it, and which piano cuts the mustard three ways.
We’re really getting down to the nitty-gritty on The Good, the Bad and the Awkward now — the nuts and bolts, the details. This is actually the part of the process that I like the best… Dare I say perhaps even more than recording or performing?
The success of my debut album came as a shock. But has it changed me as a musician and as a person? And how will it affect the follow-up?
First things first when embarking on a new album: come up with an idea. Here’s the story so far…
Guy had some burning questions about about the film composer’s hauntingly beautiful score for The Piano, and finally got the chance to ask him in person at the Sydney Conservatorium last week.
A trip down memory lane examining the evolution of the ABC News opening tunes: what journalistic and viewer trends do they reveal?
Tonight (actually, very early tomorrow morning), I will be on the phone speaking to Michael Nyman. If I were a real journalist, this would probably be a fairly insignificant occurrence. But, I’m not. And, it isn’t.