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MusicTech catches up with Jem Godfrey, songwriter, remixer and producer behind some of the most successful pop tunes of the last couple of decades – and a man with a studio mission and his own prog band

MT Industry Guru

We try and cover people from all walks of studio life in our MusicTech interviews and with our Industry Guru series, we have been able to speak to many of the people behind the scenes, including gear manufacturers, record-label owners and high-profile producers. This time, we turn our attention to the talents of songwriter, remixer and producer Jem Godfrey, whose long list of credits includes Atomic Kitten’s Whole Again, Shayne Ward’s That’s My Goal (the fourth-fastest UK selling single ever), as well as production and remix work for such luminaries as Gary Barlow, Holly Valance, Blue, Ronan Keating and Samantha Mumba.

Then there’s the music he did for Game Of Thrones, a stint on national radio, playing with Steve Vai and Joe Satriani, not to mention his own prog band, Frost*. This man has a lot of irons in a lot of fires, and a lot to get off his chest…

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