Will Hatton: Lo-Fi, YouTube, and Being Consistent - Progressions: Success in the Music Industry

Episode 17

Published on:

27th Jan 2021

Will Hatton: Lo-Fi, YouTube, and Being Consistent

Today’s guest is London based producer, composer, session musician, and sound designer Will Hatton.  Will’s main focus is producing and releasing music under the moniker Hush Child, but he’s got an array of other things on his plate as well.  He composes for and works with various creative agencies, streams life lo-fi performances,  and curates an educational YouTube series called “Inspired By...”. We have a great conversation about staying focused, scheduling your time, reflecting on your results, and stepping up to the plate for your endeavors.

In this episode, we'll dig in on...

  • Reflecting on your process
  • Fiercely defending and managing your time
  • The dangers of taking feedback too literally
  • Keeping yourself accountable
  • YouTube and the future of learning
  • The path of the modern musician
  • Going against the dated structure of education
  • Staying ahead of social media trends
  • Being a session musician from a young age
  • From metal to hip hop
  • Multiple streams of income and managing finances
  • Always learning
  • Structuring your day and scheduling
  • Running a studio in Brick Lane

Learn More About Will Hatton...

"Inspired By... " YouTube Channel - https://youtube.com/willhatton

Instagram - https://instagram.com/thewillhatton

Website - www.willhattonmusic.com

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Guest: Will Hatton

Host: Travis Ference

Editor: Travis Ference

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Progressions: Success in the Music Industry
Host Travis Ference chats with music producers, engineers, mixers, artists, musicians, and songwriters about the tips, tricks, mindsets, and ideas that helped them define their careers.
Insightful conversations about building and maintaining a fulfilling and successful career in the music industry. Music producers, engineers, mixers, artists, songwriters, musicians, composers and various other audio professionals sit down and share the tips, tricks, mindsets and ideas that helped them define their careers.

Created and hosted by Grammy nominated recording and mixing engineer Travis Ference, Progressions: Success in the Music Industry is inspired by the journey of his career so far. Travis is determined to set the next generation of music creators up with the tools they need to define their own success and live a happy, healthy, and prosperous career in the music business.

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Travis Ference

Travis Ference is a Grammy nominated mixer, producer, and recording engineer based out of Los Angeles, CA. With over a decade of experience in the music business he has worked on multiple #1 albums, several top 10's, numerous RIAA platinum and gold certified records, as well as hit TV shows and blockbuster films. His work can be heard on more than 15 million albums sold and billions streams worldwide.

The inspiration for his podcast came from his journey over the last 5 years to redefine what success is for him, to take control of his time, and to ultimately live the life he wants while making the records he loves.