An exploration of music production through informal discussions about technique, philosophy, gear, and creativity. Hosted by Brian Funk, aka AfroDJMac, a musician, songwriter, teacher, and Ableton Certified Trainer.
United States
78 episodes
since Mar, 2017
explicit content


Lynden Williams is a producer from Salt Lake City, Utah, who makes music as Divorce Court. Divorce Court is a chill wave, lo-fi project electronic project inspired by Lynden’s memories of youth and old home movies. I appreciate the consistent theme of faded memories and emotions, which the lo-fi nature of the music and his live visuals of old home videos bring to life.Lynden and I spoke quite a lot about producing music, arrangements, and live performance. We spoke about the challenge we all face in believing in a musical project long enough to bring it into existence. We covered a range of topics that left me feeling inspired and better equipped to make music.Listen on iTunes or Stitcher or Google PlayThis episode is sponsored by Splice. Splice is the creative hub for modern musicians. Head over to splice.com/afrodjmac-create and use the code: AFRODJMAC to get a free month of Splice Sounds.Show Notes:Divorce Court - Official Site.Spotify - Listen to Divorce Court tracksSoundCloud - Divorce Court on SoundCloudBandcamp - Divorce Court BandcampInstagram - Divorce Court on InstagramLately.fm - a playlist of Divorce Court-approved artistsLately.fm InstagramLately.fm Playlist - September 2018 playlist.Writer’s Block - A playlist Lynden created to combat writer’s block. Great idea!Subaqueous - the work of Ableton Certified Trainer, Isaac Cotec.Subaqueous on the Music Production Podcast.ELPHNT - the work of Ableton Certified Trainer, Tom GlendinningELPHNT on the Music Production Podcast.Samples From Mars - Great place for samples for your projects.Thank you for listening. Please consider giving the Music Production Podcast a review on your favorite podcast provider. And don’t forget to visit my site AfroDJMac.com for music production tutorials, videos, and Ableton Live devices.Brian
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