Ross Cullum

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Ross Cullum (born 1957 in Fulham, London, England) is a British composer, record producer, songwriter, mixer, A&R and music industry consultant.

Career[edit]

He became an assistant at George Martin's AIR Studios, where he worked on recordings by Roxy Music, Kate Bush, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Jeff Beck and others.[1]

Cullum worked alongside Geoff Emerick, Steve Nye, Bill Price, Jon Kelly, Peter Henderson, Bob Ezrin, Leiber and Stoller and Chris Thomas.[2]

In the 1980s, after touring the world mixing live shows, he formed a production collaboration with Chris Hughes. Together they worked with Adam and the Ants, Tears for Fears, Wang Chung, Paul McCartney, Ric Ocasek and others.[1]

Other artists he has worked with in varying capacities include: Tori Amos, Miguel Bose, Moya Brennan, Enya, Howard Jones, The Human League, The Afro Celt Sound System, Chris Hughes' (Shift - a tribute to Steve Reich), Peter Gabriel, Sa Ding Ding, Robert Plant, Mary-Jess Leaverland, Jana Kirschner, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Rufus Wainwright, Mark Ronson, Karen Mok, Zucchero, Don Was and Phildel.[1]

A founder of the RiverMediaGroup with studios in Battersea, he has also recently composed several film scores, utilising orchestral and hybrid electronic elements.[3]

Cullum continues to produce, compose, record and mix. He also currently acts as a consultant in Music Production and A&R, travelling internationally.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Ross Cullum | Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-07-16. 
  2. ^ "The River Media Group". Therivermedia.com. Retrieved 2014-07-16. 
  3. ^ "Ross Cullum". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2014-07-16.