Adam Moseley
Lecturer, Music Industry

Adam Moseley is a multi-talented music producer, recording engineer, mixer and educator.

Adam Moseley started his career at the legendary Trident Studios in London in 1978, where he quickly became established as an innovative engineer and producer. After 4 years at Trident, Moseley moved to New York to work at Sorcerer Sound and Park South Studios. In 1983 he returned to London to work again at Trident I and establish Trident II Studios where he helped build an incredible new team of producer/engineers that continue to be a driving force in today’s music.

Moseley is known for his skills in song arrangement and instrumentation and his ability to nurture, direct and achieve exceptional performances from the artists with whom he works. Moseley incorporates his vast range of experience from recording with classic Trident, Neve and API consoles to using the latest ProTools, Logic and Ableton technology and various recording/mixing systems, Plugin Alliance plugins and Barefoot speakers. With such a vast wealth of experience to draw from, Moseley is able to adapt and apply the appropriate knowledge, techniques and colors to very diverse music genres and artists and pursue his concept of 3D dimensional sound in music production, arrangement and mixing. Moseley is involved in R&D with several audio hardware and software companies and is exploring new immersive mixing in Binaural, Ambisonic and Surround Sound. Recently, Moseley produced and co-created an immersive soundscape for the opening of the National Art Museum of Qatar and the Doha Film Institute.

Moseley has also 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 music score mixing 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, Adam Peters and Joel Douek. Moseley has mixed several albums and scores for John Cale (Velvet Underground) and most recently mixed a feature movie music score for John is Surround Sound.

Read more about Adam Moseley at:
http://www.adammoseley.net
http://www.imdb.com/adammoseley

Masters of

the Craft

– 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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