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Tuesday, 26 April 2005 23:46

Dave Hogan's Meltdown - "Little Lies"

Mastered by David Briggs at the Production Workshop.
Male Blues Artist of the Year 2005
Song of the Year 2005
MBAS Victorian & Tasmanian Blues Music Awards

Mastered by David Briggs at the Production Workshop
Best Debut Album 2008
Female Artist of the year 2008
Album of the year 2008
MBAS Victorian & Tasmanian Blues Music Awards

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by David Briggs at the Production Workshop.
Male Blues Artist of the Year 2009
Album Of The Year 2009
Song Of The Year 2009
Band Of The Year 2009
MBAS Victorian & Tasmanian Blues Music Awards

Monday, 26 April 2010 23:43

Jimi Hocking - "Electric Mojo Machine"

Mixed and mastered by David Briggs at the Production Workshop.
Band of the Year 2010
Album of the Year 2010
MBAS Victorian & Tasmanian Blues Music Awards

Sunday, 26 April 2015 23:31

David Briggs

David Briggs is an Australian musician and record producer, and former guitarist in the Little River Band between 1976 and 1981.

In 1976 he joined Little River Band. He wrote their hit single "Lonesome Loser", as well as "Happy Anniversary". From 1978 until 1981, Little River Band achieved six consecutive U.S. Top 10 singles with "Reminiscing", "Lady", "Lonesome Loser", "Cool Change", "The Night Owls" and "Take It Easy On Me".

Briggs also produced the rock band, Australian Crawl, and co-wrote their single "Hoochie Gucci Fiorucci Mama" with vocalist James Reyne. He produced Russell Morris' "Almost Frantic" album and started Rough Diamond Records with Melbourne based music writer Ross Gardiner, which was distributed through Astor Records and then PolyGram. He signed the band No Fixed Address which is the first Aboriginal band and released the single "We Have Survived" which was launched by Bob Hawke, who was the Prime Minister of Australia at the time. Briggs has also produced songs with The Orphans, Hop Skip Jump, Big Ronnie, The Stockings and The Young Home Buyers, which were released on Rough Diamond.

Briggs now works as a recording engineer and producer in Melbourne, and has worked on thousands of records since starting the Production Workshop Recording Studio in 1979. Since 2002 he has been a lecturer at Victoria University, Melbourne, teaching Applied Acoustic Design and Advanced Digital Audio.

  • 30+ years as a musician including lead guitar for the Little River Band 1975 - 1981
  • The first Australian guitar player to be recognised by US magazine Guitar Player (1976)
  • Writer of several LRB hits including the Grammy nominated song The Lonesome Loser (1979)
  • Producer of many Australian artists including the multiplatinum Album The Boys Light Up by Australian Crawl
  • Started the Production Workshop recording Studio in 1979
  • Graduated Surrey University in the UK (Music Engineering) in 1985
  • Lectured at Victoria University 2002 - 2010: Applied Acoustic Design and Advanced Digital Audio
  • Advance Australia Award for Outstanding Contribution in Music (1979)
  • Australian Performing Rights Association Aria Hall of Fame Award for contribution to Australian music with The Little River Band (2004)
  • Numerous Gold and Platinum International Record sales - LRB

B&W 802 D's, Dynaudio Confidence C4 Mk2 Platinum series speaker driven by KRELL KSA 200S power amp

B&W 802 D's, Dynaudio Confidence C4 Mk2 Platinum series speaker driven by KRELL KSA 200S power amp.

Sunday, 19 December 2010 09:51

George Massenburg

Hi David,

Just a quick note to say 'thanks' for showing up and sharing where you're going with me.
please, would love to stay in touch ..
Again, a real pleasure. A great gratification to see where you've taken it...

George Massenburg
GML, LLC / MDW, LLC / Blackbird Studio

Sunday, 19 December 2010 09:52

Andy Stewart

Briggsy...

You know it was the least I could do to hook you up with George [Massenburg] while he was here...

I suspected you guys would get on like a house on fire and you most certainly did. He's been very excited to have met you too... You are one of his peers after all. I know this is the case because he's been raving to me in the car about you as we've been driving around Sydney.

You'll be pleased to know that the two people he's been most moved by while he's been here have been your good self and Richard Lush.

Andy Stewart
Editor
AudioTechnology Magazine

Sunday, 19 December 2010 10:07

George Martin

I hope by the time you receive this letter you will have received the tape of The Little River Band. We mastered this on half inch 30 ips Ampex which gives a superb signal of noise ratio and a cleanliness of sound which is near digital.

I must pay tribute to Dave's guitar work which I think is superb. He has given solos of consistently inspiring quality which match a marvellous level of performance from everybody concerned.

George Martin
Air Studios Ltd
10th June 1981

George Martin & David Briggs

David Briggs will be speaking as part of Intergrate 2011's Mastering Summit in Sydney, and will also be holding a seperate masterclass on mastering.

Intergrate 2011 promises to be Australia's biggest exhibition of its kind, bringing together the professional Sound, Light and Vision industries. The exhibition commences August 30th to September 2011, at the Hordern Pavilion and Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park, Sydney.

More information and registrations can found at the Intergrate 2011 website: http://www.integrate-expo.com

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