Bradley "Hugh" Denniston is a highly credited music producer, composer, and engineer. Bradley has had a diverse career spanning album mixes for G-Eazy and Marty Grimes, to music engineering and production credits on the Oscar and Golden Globe nominated movie, "The Lego Movie."
Bradley is a producer, engineer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist based out of Los Angeles California. Bradley has worked on blockbuster movies, totaling over $1 Billion in box office sales and with Platinum selling artists that include; The Lonely Island, Gotye, and G-Eazy. Bradley has worked as the in-house engineer for Mark Mothersbaugh at Mutato Muzika in Los Angeles California for the last 5 years. He continues to work on major motion picture releases, television series, and most recently produced and composed original music for "Abstract: The Art of Design" (Netflix) and the animated series pilot "Cannon Busters" from Boondock's producer, LeSean Thomas.
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Interview with Bradley "Hugh" Denniston
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: UAD-2 plugins (tons of them), Mac Pro, Focal SM9 Monitors (my favorite 3-way monitors), custom made Neve 1073 500 series preamps, API 525 pair, API 550b pair, and a ton of plugins! Omnisphere is my favorite synth btw. ;)
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I love Manny marroquin's mixes and how he can achieve so much depth and punch. I'm a huge fan of The Weeknd's producer, Illangelo I think he is really awesome at creating sound design within his production.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Take their creative vision in music and make it compete with the market. I am all about market viability, the services I offer are to help a creation reach it's full potential, whether I'm mixing, producing, or composing on the project.