Process Driven 37: Jack Lowe [Part One]

At the beginning of the year, I released an episode called Setting the Intention for 2021, and one of the things I talked about was how I wanted to make some changes to my shows, both in who I approach to record with and in how I actually produce and edit the episodes, for example using music and sound effects to enhance the ambience or atmosphere of an episode when it’s appropriate and serves the story.

The first person I met on the back of all of this was Jack Lowe and I can’t really even tell you where I first heard his name or saw photos from his Lifeboat Station Project – most likely it was something that popped up on Twitter which over the past several months has become a terrific way for me to discover new work and connect with interesting people. Regardless, once I dove into a bit of Jack’s work, I knew I wanted to talk to him.

 

SHOW NOTES
Ambient Isolation: https://www.ambientisolation.com
Matthew George Tuckey: @MGTuckey
Jack’s Dawn Chorus: https://m.soundcloud.com/mrjacklowe/sets/dawn-chorus
Daniel Meadows: https://www.photobus.co.uk
Anthony Hopkins’ “Be bold…”: https://twitter.com/AnthonyHopkins/status/1344008299490861056

JACK’S FIELD RECORDING KIT
MixPre-3 II: https://www.sounddevices.com/mixpre/
DPA 6060 Spaced Stereo Pair: https://www.dpamicrophones.com
Audio-Technica M40X: https://www.audio-technica.com/en-us/ath-m40x

CONNECT WITH JACK
Website: https://lifeboatstationproject.com
Twitter: @ProjectLifeboat

Music in this episode:
Reconciled by Sean Williams
Normalize by Stanley Gurvich
Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Music featured in this episode is licensed from Artlist, which is a terrific music licensing platform for YouTubers and filmmakers. Use the following link to get two additional months of Artlist free when you sign up: https://bit.ly/JS_Artlist

 

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