Adam Moseley
Lecturer in Music Industry (Studio Production), Music Industry

Adam Moseley started at the legendary Trident Studios in London in 1978 and quickly became established as an innovative engineer, mixer and producer.

Adam has an impressive reputation for his eclectic work with John Cale, Wolfmother, U2, Nikka Costa/Lenny Kravitz/Prince, Beck/Jack White, Roxette, Maxi Priest, Richard Marx, The Cure, Kiss, Visage, Rush, Ketama, The Buggles, The Blow Monkeys, Jose Carreras, Michael Brecker, Branford Marsalis, Tina Turner, Baaba Maal, Earth Wind and Fire, Hoagy Carmichael.

Film and TV score mixing credits include “The Big Wedding” (Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams), Spike Jonze’s “I Am Here, “The Americans”, “True Blood” and Oscar nominated movie “The Dark Valley.”

Masters of

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– Adam Moseley

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Beyond the Speakers | Innovating Music Podcast
Find all episodes on Apple Podcasts or at this link. Gigi Johnson, director of the Center for Music Innovation, interviewed Adam Moseley, a long-time producer/mixer/engineer who is exploring new adventures
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