E6: Imogen Heap

The next chapter in the book this podcast is based on is "How to Record With or Without a Budget." Host Emily White initially thought of Imogen Heap for this episode, as she is the first woman to win Best Engineered Album at The Grammys. However Emily realized she'd be remiss if the interview was limited to recording, and instead interviews Imogen on her iconic career through the lens of the book. Emily used to tour manage Imogen and we hope you enjoy this special conversation where they catch up on Imogen's wide ranging career. And how she is transforming the music industry for artists and us all via the launch The Creative Passport. Enjoy! Questions? Reach out to @EmWizzle on Twitter. Imogen Heap's Creative Passport for Musicians: https://www.creativepassport.net/. Artists should sign up now to truly revolutionize the industry through the power of artists owning and controlling their data. Book this podcast was based on: https://www.collectiveentinc.com/book2. 10% off w/ code PODCAST Email List to be directly contacted when S2 & the book's next edition drops: https://bit.ly/SustainableList CREDITS: Creator, Executive Producer, Producer, & Host: Emily White Engineer: Nathan Cain Music: Matthew Wang Sponsorship: info@c-ent.com Graphics: Neelu Mohaghegh  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sustainablemusiccareer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sustainablemusiccareer/support

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How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams is the podcast version of Emily White's #1 Amazon best-selling book. White brings each chapter of the book to life with handpicked world-class guests including Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Imogen Heap, Kam Franklin of The Suffers, Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman, legendary attorney Donald S. Passman, Patrick Sansone of Wilco, and more. Host, Author, and Creator Emily White has been the forefront of the modern music industry throughout her career. She is a Partner at Collective Entertainment and Founder of #iVoted Festivals. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sustainablemusiccareer/support