Adam Moseley
Lecturer, Music Industry

Adam has spent 45 years nurturing artists, capturing performances, creating great music and mentoring music makers.

He began in 1978 at the legendary Trident Studios, London (The Beatles, Bowie, Queen, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, T Rex) and quickly became an engineer, mixer and record producer. Credits include Rush, KISS, Tina Turner, The Buggles, Rod Stewart, Nico, Mick Ronson, The Sex Pistols, The Cure, Roxette, Richard Marx, Maxi Priest, Visage, Bill Bruford, Baaba Maal, U2, Beck/Jack White, Nikka Costa/Lenny Kravitz/Prince, Wolfmother and several albums and movie scores with John Cale (Velvet Underground). Film/TV  scores and credits include “The Big Wedding”, “The Americans”, “True Blood” and Spike Jonze/Nick Zinner (“I’m Here”).

Adam was the Associate Producer, Music Supervisor, Consultant and Music Mixer for “The Terry Kath Experience”.

Adam is CEO and Head of A&R at Accidental Entertainment.

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
Tiffany Naiman
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Bobby Borg
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Tony Brancato
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