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Imagine being able to make your perfect studio. Where would it be? What would it look like? And if you only had six pieces of gear to choose from, what would they be?

This is exactly what we ask of guest artists, producers and industry figureheads. It might sound easy but there are strict rules in the Forever Studio. Hosts and shameless nerds Chris Barker and Will Betts guide guests through the dramatic journey to studio foreverdom.

There will be nostalgia. There will be anecdotes. There may be gags. But there will be no bundles! It’s MusicTech’s My Forever Studio Podcast.
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Producer Nathan Cross, also known as Nathan C, has found huge success with 2019's 'Piece of Your Heart' by Meduza ft. Goodboys, garnering almost 500 million streams on Spotify. Discover the origin of the track's spoken hook, and whether we will allow a Forever Studio that floats.
In this episode, we ask James Rockhill, aka D‘n'B producer/DJ Kove, to imagine his perfect studio. Although he's had UK Top 40 success and also remixed for John Newmann, Bastille and Rag'n'Bone Man, his studio setup is remarkably minimal. But when he's presented with an unlimited budget and all the time in the world, will he be able to keep his cool? Listen to find out.
Multi-instrumentalist Youngr tries to whittle down his studio to only six items. Will he be able to decide between two classic polysynths? And has he considered how to deal with the angry geese in his chosen location? Listen to this episode to find out.
This time, musician, programmer and synthesist Hinako Omori joins Will and Chris on the show. Hinako has played keys for the likes of James Bay, KT Tunstall and Kate Tempest, and DJs with British synth-pop success, Georgia. With feet firmly in both composition and tech, she has a different outlook. But what gear will she choose for her Forever Studio?
Joining Will and Chris on this episode is freelance studio engineer, Drew Bang. Drew has worked in major studios all over the world, lending his engineering skills for huge acts like U2, Royal Blood and Haim. But will this studio gluttony make whittling down his six-item Forever Studio an impossible task?
Recorded on location at London’s legendary Strongroom Studios, Will and Chris ask Strongroom’s Technical Manager Jake Murray and Studio Manager Brendon Harding (Little Simz, Ghostpoet, Loyle Carner) to jointly envision their Forever Studio. Will these knowledgeable studio engineers be able to compromise on just six bits of studio gear to use for the rest of time?
In the debut episode, hosts Chris and Will welcome legendary DnB DJ, producer and studio nerd, Danny Byrd. They discover his surprising choice of studio location, his unusual luxury item and the six bits of studio kit he would put in his Forever Studio.
Imagine being able to make your dream studio. Money is no object, but you can only have six pieces of gear. What would you choose? We put this question to artists, engineers, producer and music industry luminaries. It might sound simple but forever is a tough brief. And there are strict rules in the Forever Studio. Hosts and shameless nerds Chris Barker and Will Betts will be guiding guests through the often dramatic journey to studio foreverdom. There will be nostalgia. There will be anecdotes. There may be humour. But there will be no bundles!
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