Apr 22, 2022
Connor Seidel is a songwriter and producer based at the Treehouse, just north of Montreal, Canada. In the last few years, he has worked with Charlotte Cardin, Matt Holubowski, Les Soeurs Boulay, among a number of other talented artists in North America. Connor has also developed the collective album called “1969” - featuring Ariane Moffatt, Half Moon Run, Claudia Bouvette and a number of other artists.
In this podcast episode, Connor starts off by speaking about what inspired him to become a songwriter and producer. He also clarifies the difference between both of these roles in the music industry. Connor then talks about the creative process that goes into producing music.
The music industry has opened a lot of doors for Connor. He has worked with a lot of talented artists in North America. He then talks about his experience working with Charlotte Cardin and creating music together. Connor shares what he believes separates a good artist from a great artist.
Connor provides his perspective on what he feels is the greatest challenge that artists are facing today and how the internet has impacted the music business. He shares recommendations on how an artist can foster creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Recently, Connor has released a concept album called “1969”. It includes all original music dedicated to the late 60s and features 12 talented artists from Quebec. There was a story behind every song in this concept album. He shares the reason for creating this album. Lastly, Connor provides his definition of greatness and what it means to him.
Host: Ben Mumme
Guest: Connor Seidel
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