LTGuitarist Podcast

Oh my, I’ve finally gone and done it.

Today is the first day in several years where I’ve not deliberately uploaded a video to YouTube. In the name of diversification, I’ve created the LTGuitarist Podcast and the first episode is online now. I’m going to start by uploading slightly longer versions of the big interviews already on the YouTube channel, (so if you’ve seen them it’ll still be worth listening), the first of which is Dan Le Sac.

Listen on…

Jay Foreman Interview

This week I’m really pleased to present this interview with musical comedian and YouTuber Jay Foreman. Jay is known for his brand of “silly educational videos”.

In this interview we discuss Jay’s first musical experiences as a child; what led him to perform music and how this led to his first YouTube uploads; how YouTube has changed over time; his writing process and more.

Here’s Jay’s YouTube Channel which features original music, Map Men and everything else we mention in the interview.

You can also listen to this interview as a podcast – check out ep4 of the LTGuitarist podcast:

Dan Le Sac Interview

Dan Le Sac is a beatmaker who rose to fame working with rapper and spoken word artist Scroobius Pip. Dan currently interviews various creators for his podcast, Falling Forward with Dan Le Sac, between uploading musical creations to the net and composing for games.

In this interview we discuss the changing, (or not so changing), music industry, music distribution, future copyright issues, music creation and much more besides.

As promised, here’s a pile of links:

Lastly, you can now listen to this interview as a podcast – check out ep1 of the LTGuitarist podcast:

Interview with Tantacrul

Interview with musican and YouTuber Martin Keary AKA Tantacrul. We chat about content creation for YouTube, learning from failure, the dark art of Reddit, Martin’s journey as a musician, (so far), and how he ended up on YouTube.

This chat actually got me thinking about the music I write and the videos I upload to YouTube, so if nothing else it was handy for me!

Martin’s YouTube Channel

A couple notes:

  • Yeah, it sounds like I say “Kreary” in the intro. I don’t. It’s not. It’s “Keary”
  • Tantacrul hit 100k subs 2 days before this video went out – hurrah!

Finally, you can listen to this interview as a podcast – check out ep5 of the LTGuitarist podcast:

Interview with 12Tone

I sit down with 12Tone Videos to talk about their journey towards becoming a YouTube content creator and share advice for musicians and composers.

12Tone’s Channel:

You can also listen to this interview as a podcast – check out ep2 of the LTGuitarist podcast: