In this podcast series from Cream Room Sound Productions, record producer Martin Lumsden speaks to artists, musicians and creative entrepreneurs about how it feels to have taken the decision to do the thing that they love to do. Each episode features a conversation with someone who is part of a something in the making producers, performers, promoters, managers, artists and actors discuss what they are finding is great, difficult, challenging and motivating. Subscribe now and get new episodes as soon as theyre released.
Ep#011 Daniel Lumley (Dusty Wagons)20/04/2018 Duración: 44min
In this week's episode we talk to Dusty Wagons frontman Daniel Lumley about his move to full time performing, looking after your vocal health and we have a bit of a rant about Golf Clubs. As Daniel says, it's like therapy :). Also the difference between recording and performing, how did we manage without social media and Gemma reveals her 2nd favourite vocal warm up.Thanks for listening.
S2 Ep#010 Rhythms and Vibrations03/04/2018 Duración: 38min
In episode 2 of the new series join Gemma Milburn and Martin Lumsden as they continue a conversation that reaches the parts other podcasts wouldn’t go near – such as is there really such a thing as a coincidence, are we physically affected by vibrations, is Will Smith right to say that 99% of people don’t want it enough and do the best bits in songs happen by accident.Also includes great Disney songs, The Beatles ruining everything, and how Gemma would like to own a Mini but doesn't want to be a Giraffe.Also, an apology to Marianne Williamson for incorrectly attributing her quote to Maya Angelou noting that it is normally incorrectly attributed to Nelson Mandela. Here it is in full...Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serv
Welcome to Series 220/03/2018 Duración: 36min
SE02_EP#009 * Welcome to the first episode of Season 2 of In The Making. I'm delighted to be joined by Vocal Coach Gemma Milburn and as an introduction we discuss "Can Anybody Sing?" and how this is one of the fundamental things that makes us human. We also talk about why singing is important to our mental health, why we want to get better at it and wonder if birds and whales are actually singing. *During the episode you'll hear us reference a few things and if you want to find out more you can use the links below... *The Singing Neanderthals by Prof Steven MithenAlong with the concepts of consciousness and intelligence, our capacity for language sits right at the core of what makes us human. But while the evolutionary origins of language have provoked speculation and impassioned debate, music has been neglected if not ignored. Like language it is a universal feature of human culture, one that is a permanent fixture in our daily lives.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Singing-Neanderthals-Origins-Music-Language/dp/0