Ben Worsey - Everland Studios
A graduate of SAE in 1999, Ben has over fifteen years experience in the audio industry. He worked at Melbourne's Good Audio Sense for nearly half a decade before relocating to Sydney and opening his own studio in 2012. Ben has an eclectic taste in music and brings this love for various genres to the projects he records and/or mixes.
Everland is a digital/analogue hybrid studio based in the inner-west of Sydney. A variety of vintage and modern outboard equipment is available to use both while recording, and mixing. See www.everlandstudios.com.au for more information regarding our services.
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Interview with Ben Worsey - Everland Studios
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I don't like to confine myself to working on one particular genre. I love to work on a wide range of projects as it keeps things interesting.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: A creative ear and a love for a wide range of genres of music, from the obvious (rock, pop etc.) to traditional African music, drone, ambient and all things in-between.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Everland is a hybrid studio, that is it incorporates both the digital an analogue realms. I'm just as comfortable using outboard gear as plugins. At the end of the day it's really about selecting the right tool to achieve the sound that the artist hears in their head.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: An A-Z of a small selection of music that inspires me: Alt-J, Burial, Charles Mingus, Decemberists, Eddie Bo, Flaming Lips, Go Betweens, Heliocentrics, Iron & Wine, James Blake, Knife, Lauryn Hill, Magnetic Fields, Nomo, Otis Redding, Paul Simon, Quantic, Red House Painters, Sonic Youth, TV On the Radio, Ugly Duckling, Velvet Underground, Warpaint, XX, Yo La Tengo, Zola Jesus
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I am most often involved in the process through both the tracking and mixing phases but I also enjoy being involved in just recording or mixing.