Podcast: Sonic TALK Special - Jason Donnelly Library Music Producer

US Library music, loops and production      19/07/17

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47:7 mins

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Jason Donnelly - AKA DJ Puzzle

In this Sonic TALK special, we talk to LA based Jason Donnelly, also known as DJ Puzzle, he's an established music producer with a large back catalogue of library music, loops and samples. Its highly likely that you've come across his work, either by hearing his music which regularly features on US TV, or by using software which has loops or samples included. He's worked for many companies, from Sony, Apple, Google and many others creating sound sets and samples.

 

 


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