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RSR: Cheyenne Medders – Songwriting and Producing Indie Rock And Folk

By: WhisperRoom™

June 18, 2020

Singer-songwriter Cheyenne Medders holding his guitar

WhisperRoom™ is a proud sponsor of the podcast Recording Studio Rockstars. In each episode, Lij Shaw interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insight from the recording industry.

You can listen to the entire podcast archive of Recording Studio Rockstars here or from your favorite podcast app.

RSR: Episode #243: Cheyenne Medders – Songwriting and Producing Pop Indie Rock and Folk

In Episode #243 of Recording Studio Rockstars, Cheyenne Medders talks about writing songs and finding your own lyrical voice, knowing what to write about, making a living as a songwriter, mixing with templates and referencing, plus The Artist’s Way and The War of Art.

Listen to the full episode here or stream it in the video below!

Recording Studio Rockstars – Episode #243 – Cheyenne Medders

Who is Cheyenne Medders?

Cheyenne is a singer-songwriter, producer, and musician living in Nashville. Originally from North Georgia and taught guitar by his father, Cheyenne started writing songs and playing music with his brothers as a young teenager. In 2005 he moved to Nashville, where he produces his own music and helps other artists bring their ideas to life.

He is a member of the indie rock band The Nobility and produces lo-fi electronic music under the name Bellbear. Additionally, he is a member of the Real Sword music collective in Nashville.

Cheyenne runs a home studio called Departure Room and has produced, mixed, written on, played on, or otherwise worked on recordings by The Secret Sisters, Sarah Darling, The Kernal, James Paul Mitchell, Z Swann, Jude Smith, Svrcina, and more. In 2019, he released 3 new singles from his upcoming full-length album Sapphired Up, due out in 2020.

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