On this long-form episode of The Modern Recordist, featuring an in-studio guest, Ben Bishop drops in to hang.
We discuss what it takes to find and stay true to your creative vision, as well as Ben’s approach to record production, and what his journey looked liked as he found his way to where he ultimately wanted to be in the music industry. Ben also shares a few valuable resources with us, plays some music, and plays some cuts from some recent projects he has worked on.
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Ben Bishop is a record producer, recording engineer, songwriter, and creative visionary working out of Nashville, TN.
Ben’s productions featured in this episode are:
“When It Comes To You” by Maggie DeLone
“Makin Me Lonely” by Thomas Finchum
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Other resources Ben mentions:
Elance – a website for finding freelance gigs
Bandmix – a website for connecting with other musicians
Audio Jungle (now Envato) – a place to post your music for licensing opportunites
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