Have you been thinking about making your first record?
Don’t miss this conversation with 5-time Grammy-Award winning producer and 2017 Ojai Music Festival Producer Elaine Martone.
At Telarc as Executive Vice President of Production, Elaine built the finest audio production team in the industry, garnering praise for excellence in all major audio publications. In recent years she has transitioned to freelance life under her own company, Sonarc Music, producing live events including the Ojai Music Festival, the Blackbird Creative Lab, and Spring for Music.
In this episode, you’ll learn what it really means to be a record producer, how Elaine serves and establishes trust with an artist to get the best possible recording, and what she looks for in an artist. Elaine also shares her story about losing Telarc Records after the rise of free sharing and the 2008 economic crash, and how she handled the biggest career transition of her life.
This episode features “Great Day!” by The Tierney Sutton Band and “Requiem, Op. 5: Lacrymosa” by Hector Berlioz featuring Robert Spano, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus and Frank Lopardo.
Check out our interview with Elaine Martone on iTunes or stream it through SoundCloud below.