Pete Tytler, digital music artist utilising cutting-edge technology, speaks to Paul Gallagher live on Your Mother Might Like It on Wednesday 25 April, 2012, 12 midday to 2 pm.
Some of Pete’s musical work will be aired.
Since graduating from Plymouth College of Art & Design in 1974 Pete has worked in media production and the music business in various capacities: photographer, graphic designer/art-director, sound recordist/engineer, researcher, scriptwriter/copy-writer, film and video producer/director, consultant, and college lecturer.
His creative communication skills have been employed by many well-known organisations an his creative work has helped launch companies, products, services, inspire sales personel and explain complex company mergers and acquisitions.
For the past few years he has designed the artwork (CD packaging) for 140 albums by many well known international recording artists.
Now he is concentrating his creative energies on music production.
Pete Tytler has embraced the digital revolution with an enthusiastic delight.
“It’s created a level playing field for everyone.”
“Basically more power and creative control to the artist. Far better capability to express what we are. That’s one aspect of a real spirit of freedom and it’s priceless.”
Pete Tytler is also passionate about the freedom of spirit that comes from a life-long practise of yoga and meditation. When you listen to his music you can sense some of that mysterious spirit.
“It’s what it’s all about…”
“It’s exactly the same spirit that drives us all… it’s where all expression through creativity comes from.”
The fifth album Nothing Special was released 12th November, 2011.
He is currently busy working on his next album.
Tune in to Your Mother Might Like It on Wednesday 25th April to hear Pete talk about his interesting career and hear some of his work.