The MasterClass Series is a collection of filmed interview carried out by nciMUSIC with people currently working in the music industry. It grants you access to people so they can answer your questions about what they do and how they got to do it.
Don Bartley - Mastering Engineer - click here
Don Bartley process's a wealth of experience unsurpassed in this country. Having worked on countless award winning releases both Local and International and along with Mastering Engineer Reece Tunbridge Benchmark is able to offer the best possible results for any Genre of Music. Combining the latest state of the art equipment with a musical and artistic approach Benchmark Mastering will bring a level of quality and attention to detail to fulfil
any artists vision.
Peter Blyton - Producer / Recording Engineer - click here
Peter Blyton is an Aria award winning international producer and recording engineer with over 30 years of gobal experience in Advertising,
Television, Marketing and the Music Industry.Peter is highly respected in the entertainment industry for his work as a Producer / Engineer
for the likes of Keith Urban, Elton John, Barbara Streisand, George Benson, U2 the sick Puppies, David Lee Roth, INXS, David Bowie and
the Divynls. Peter also known for producing the hit Run to Paradise by the Choirboys and the 2009/2010 world renowed international World
Peace Song "If We Can Dream".
Daniel Jones - Savage Garden - click here
Daniel Jones talks about songwriting, performing and the music industry. He is best known as half of the hugely successful Australian pop duo Savage Garden, whose international hit singles included the songs "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", "Truly Madly Deeply", "I Knew I Loved You", and "Crash and Burn", selling in excess of 10 million units. Since Savage Garden, Jones has launched his own production company Meridien Musik and recording studio Level 7 Studios and now works with various new, young Australian artists. In this interview Daniel talks about song writing, technology and the music industry.