Come along and learn from the MPG’s all-star panel of producers, as they discuss the different ways they make hit records, and what the magic ingredients are.
Based in East London, as a musician and artist Andrew Hunt has shared stages with Mike Scott and Marcella Detroit, had publishing and production deals with J. Albert & Sons and Bird & Bush and since moving behind the desk, worked alongside Grammy winners’ Jimmy Hogarth, Cameron Craig and Mick Glossop.
Dan Cox is a record producer, recording engineer and mix engineer hailing from Hackney, East London. Dan has spent virtually all of his career based out of London’s Urchin Studios, a studio he co-founded in 2007 with long time collaborator Matt Ingram. Dan is also an Executive Director of the Music Producers Guild.
Dani Bennett Spragg
Dani Bennett Spragg began her career in 2013 after a week of work experience with producers Alan Moulder and Flood. From 2014 she worked full time with them on records. In 2016 she became the in-house engineer at Jimmy Hogarth’s, Hoxa HQ, where she still works regularly.
Danton Supple is a London based Record Producer and Mixer. He has over 25 years experience with a diverse and successful range of artists. Having trained as a recording engineer at Sarm Studios he moved to Westside Studios. He went freelance in 1994 shortly after which, he moved into production.
Dave Eringa is a British record producer & mixer who has been making hit records for over 25 years over a long career that has been marked out by the number of bands that come back to him for multiple albums.