In this day and age, there are podcasts for nearly any topic you can think of. For artists trying to make it in music, tuning into shows geared towards the music industry is a great way to learn the ins and outs of the trade. Let's take a look at a few music podcasts that are worth a listen.
All Songs Considered covers the latest news on the music industry. NPR's Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton host the show and interview some of today's biggest acts, explore new music weekly, and re-visits classic tunes.
Talkhouse Music Podcast is perfect for musicians looking to learn the business. This show welcomes music industry pro's to discuss their positions and how to navigate through the often convoluted industry. The podcast's objective is to offer a glimpse into what it means to be in the music industry and how to maintain your sanity through it all.
Tape Notes provides meaningful conversation on music production. The show breaks down the recording process, composition, and everything that an artist needs to know regarding operating in a recording studio. Host John Kennedy welcomes music producers who detail their creative process from start to finish.
This podcast covers everything you need to know about large-scale music composition, film and TV soundtracks, professional studio recording, music licensing for video games, songwriting, and so much more. Host Matt Boudreau invites entertainment professionals to discuss these topics in great detail, giving aspiring creators a first-hand account.
Girls Twiddling Knobs takes on the music industry from a woman's perspective. Host Isobel Anderson shines a light on what it takes to be a successful female figure in a male-dominated business.
If you're looking for intriguing podcasts that can educate you on the music business and keep you intrigued, add any of these to your library. Let us know which one you enjoyed the most.
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