Gigi Johnson, director of the Center for Music Innovation, interviewed Adam Moseley, a long-time producer/mixer/engineer who is exploring new adventures in spatial audio, mixed reality, and sound technologies. Adam also teaches at the Music Industry Program at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Adam shares the blockages and doorways from learning saxophone to a wide door into audio engineering at Trident in the UK. He tells us how technology has touched nearly every major change in his career. He shares how designing with his synesthesia had led to his multi-dimensional “Sonic Field” perspective, beyond the speakers.
Guest: Adam Moseley, music engineer/producer/mixer
Adam Moseley is a multi-talented producer, engineer, mixer, composer, and music supervisor. He also is a lecturer here at UCLA Alpert in our Music Industry Program. Among his many accomplishments, Adam established Trident II Studios in London and is involved in R&D with several audio and software companies. Currently, he is exploring new immersive mixing in Surround Sound and Ambisonics.
Adam has built an impressive reputation for his eclectic work with solos artists, bands and in film score mixing. Credits include John Cale, Wolfmother, U2, Nikka Costa/Lenny Kravitz, Beck/Jack White, Claudio Valenzuela, Lucybell, Roxette, Maxi Priest, Richard Marx, Galliano, The Cure, Kiss, Visage, Rush, Wet Wet Wet, Ketama, Buffalo Tom, Marla Glen, The Buggles, The Blow Monkeys, AJ Croce, Jose Carreras, Michael Brecker, Talvin Singh, Branford Marsalis, Vernon Reid, Bill Bruford, Tina Turner, Baaba Maal, Earth Wind and Fire, Melba Moore, Hoagy Carmichael and Georgie Fame.
Film and TV Credits
Adam’s film and television credits include “The Big Wedding” (Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams, Amanda Seyfried , Spike Jonze’s “I Am Here, “The Americans” (FX Channel), “True Blood” (HBO), “The Son” (AMC) and the multi award-winning feature movie “The Dark Valley (2014). Various other credits include film and TV mixing with Nathan Barr, Lisbeth Scott, Matthias Weber, John Cale, Leonardo di Bernadini, Andrew Gross and Joel Douek.