Podcast: Sonic TALK174 - Scott Humphrey Talks

JAMMIT, ThePublicRecord.com and way more      06/05/10

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60:42 mins

It is a great pleasure and privilege to be joined this week by Scott Humphrey - as well as a brilliant past working with Metallica, Motley Crew, Trevor Horn and an endless list of high fillutin' credits as player, programmer and producer - Scott has also put his energies behind several new media and web projects.

Firstly the successful iPhone App JAMMIT - which takes mulitracks from classic songs and breaks them down for the guitarist, bassist or drummer to play along with. His latest venture ThePublicRecord.com is a collaborative engine, allowing regular folks to get their hands on multitracks from various acts (Rob Zombie, Tommy Lee, Deadmau5 and John 5 and more) and remix or in the case of the recent Tommy Lee record - actually submit parts for use in the final mix.

Both myself and regular guest Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker enjoyed an hour chatting to Scott about recording, programming and many other subjects.


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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Trus1te    Said...

Great interview Nick!

And thanks for joining the podcast Scott--as a younger gentleman trying his hand at a music career it was great to hear a pragmatic voice in an industry of smoke and mirrors.


06-May-10 09:36 AM

mysticradio    Said...

great stuff Nick...........keep it up.

missed Dave Spiers ..... hope he is pushing his tail to get imp2 out on the market.

06-May-10 01:07 PM

Marc JX8P    Said...

Great podcast again Nick. It's good to see the podcast do something different from time to time. Having said that, I expect the regulars back next week with a double portion of anecdotes and insights! :-)

06-May-10 03:35 PM

DPtronic    Said...

I agree with Marc JX8P. Sorry the bands that Scott Humphrey has worked for in the past is really not my cup of tea or his iPod app. Keep it going Nick! Thanks for another great show!

06-May-10 11:47 PM

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