The full list is here (including those I wasn't involved in), but I've linked a few of the best ones below:Eight or nine? Why wasn't I informed of this? Seriously, do you have a list of the ones you've done? I would like to read them all. I saw you did a review of The Tipping Point.
I’ve listened to Wasp Star almost in its entirety and was somewhat disappointed, I do know AV is supposed to be superior but I really felt Colin’s songs on WS to be very lacklustre, whereas on previous albums his cuts always stood out as favorites of mine.I sympathize. But put it off no longer! Both Apple Venus and Wasp Star are great, even in stereo.
Next up, how about James Guthrie discussing the long-awaited remix of "Animals" (and more?!)The full list is here (including those I wasn't involved in), but I've linked a few of the best ones below:
Hailed as a “post-progressive mastermind,” Bruce Soord is the frontman and creative force behind British experimental rock outfit The Pineapple Thief.immersiveaudioalbum.comMills Logan is at the forefront of Dolby Atmos music production, having mixed over six hundred songs in the format from his Mix Mill studio in Nashville.immersiveaudioalbum.comOver the past 40 years, Ronald Prent has established himself as one of the most accomplished and innovative mixing engineers in the world.immersiveaudioalbum.comIn 1992, John Kellogg produced some of the first 5.1 music mixes for the introduction of the Dolby Digital (AC-3) codec on Laserdisc...immersiveaudioalbum.com
Wonderful interview, Jonathan, indeed. If I were to contact James Guthrie, I would try the following options:I'd love to speak with him. Anyone know how to get in touch?
I'd love to speak with him. Anyone know how to get in touch?
Lots of great info in there!!! Well done!I have to admit I was pretty nervous going into this one - you'd think the man would be jaded from the seemingly-endless press he's been doing since the start of the pandemic - but he couldn't have been kinder and more generous with his answers. Still, I hope I didn't bore him! The focus on surround should set this apart from a lot of the other recent pieces out there, but I'll let you all be the judge.
Often referred to as “the most famous artist you’ve never heard of,” Steven Wilson continues to break boundaries and defy expectations in his quest to transcend genre.immersiveaudioalbum.com
Totally, the idea of the whole Hunting High and Low album in Atmos?!? Which sounds like a distinct possibility?Wow - wow wow wow! What a great interview. I was going to say you can’t imagine how big the smile on my face was with the A-Ha questions but then I realized I wouldn’t be the only one here.