Wow! What an awesome episode! This week we have musician, recording artist, songwriter, producer, author, and music teacher, Ernest Chapman on the show. And boy did it go deep!
Ernest and I discussed his very unique and profound method of suspending the conscious mind as a process for writing music. This is the technique Ernest used to write the concept album “Space Attack.” Touched on also, is the idea of putting the process of music creation within the realm of self-improvement – knowing that you will be challenged and taken through a transformational process, much like alchemy.
These are all ways of being that Ernest steeps into every aspect of his music creation practices, as well as The Magic Music Method, the curriculum Ernest has developed for teaching music (and so much more)…
As mentioned, this episode goes deep. You’re gonna really wanna save this one, so you can listen to it multiple times.
And after you’re done with this episode, check out The Magic Music Method to get yourself fully immersed in these powerful concepts of music creation.
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After you’ve listened to the episode posted above in it’s entirety, take a few minutes to poke around my site here. There’s plenty of valuable things to soak in, such as previous episodes of The Modern Recordist podcast, and even my free resource on simple tips for recording drums, Recording Drums 101
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I wanna make sure you take a quick second to get to know my cohorts on this here podcasting project of ours. First, JD Tiner… JD is the co-host of The Modern Recordist, and the main man behind Glass Onion Recording, the studio that is home to our podcast, and the studio that I do most my work out of. Glass Onion Recording is a vibey spot in Nashville, with a great selection of vintage analog gear, modern analog gear, and digital gear.
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