Break It Down with Matt Carter

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Stay stimulated! This show is all about getting people who know stuff to talk about it in depth. I believe that is one of the best ways to learn, to be genuinely interested and to explore in long form conversation.

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Emery's Devin Shelton joins me on this episode to premiere the full song "Everything That She Offered Me." Dave and I already did a song-writing break down for the drums and guitar, and now Devin explains how Toby and him took what we wrote and put vocals to it. We also see what some of you did with it and announce a winner of the song contest. Thank you to everyone who participated!Links & Spons…
Emery's new guitarist and producer Chris Keene and I walk through the evolution of "Is This the Real Life" from demo, pre-pro, and final versions. We focus mainly on the guitar parts, recording, and song structure from one version to the next as the song came to life.Links & Sponsors:breakitdownpod.comFacebookEmery: emerymusic.comBadChristian Roadshow:"Is This the Real Life" YouTub…
This episode is the first of many to come that will break down the upcoming Emery record, its lyrics, guitar, production, and whatever else is interesting. Today Emery's drummer, Dave Powell, joins to introduce you to a song that started with his drum idea. This episode is also the launch of a game/contest that will allow you to compose vocals on an Emery song by downloading the instrumental stem…

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Mar 13th, 2015
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Oct 16th, 2018
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