Mike Russell is the creative director of Music Radio Creative. Audio production is his life. Mike enjoys helping people to sound great. He presents a daily live stream of producing podcasts, cleaning up audio, improving the sound of your voice, creating music, sound design and more.
Music Radio Creative – is an international audio production company. Mike and his team make jingles for radio, DJs, podcasters. Commercials, audio books, explainer videos, audio design for games and anything in between. In an average year, they get to work with clients in 190 different countries. Mike and his wife Izabela are also passionate about what they do and believe that everyone deserves to have access to great sounding audio – without breaking the bank.
Mike has also been producing audio, sweepers, commercials, and voice-overs for national and local commercial radio since 1995 including Capital FM London (Global Radio), talkSPORT, WABC New York, 4KZ Australia, Mercury FM, Real Radio XS, Bauer Media and UTV Radio. However, you might know him as the voice behind the Tech Blog Writer intro and outro. I have followed their story for a few years and it’s their tireless work to the UK podcast community and the new media scene that doesn’t always get the recognition that they deserve.
On their journeys through the last decade they have met and supported many people with big dreams (just like they once had), they have fears and worries furthermore they have challenges and hopes. New media tools – such as podcasting, blogging, social media and online marketing enabled them to grow and to take things in their hands. Now we hope we can pass that knowledge over to other curious entrepreneurs.
Inspired by Mike’s journey and how he has continuously helped others, I invited him on my podcast today to hear more about his story and the role audio tech plays in his business.
- Connect with Mike Russell on LinkedIn and Twitter
- Visit Mike’s YouTube Channel
- Check out the Music Radio Creative website
- Read more about Mike and Isabela’s work at New Media Europe