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Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick Episode 010: Emma Wallace

In this episode, I have an in-depth conversation with the songwriter, composer, and independent music entrepreneur Emma Wallace.

Emma Wallace has a dozen albums, EPs, and singles to her credit, including her latest, Immortal (available August 31, 2018).

With over a decade of hard-fought experience building a career that supports a family of four through her music, Emma’s got a lot to share about how to be a committed, steadfast, positivity-focused independent creator in the face of professional, personal, and financial challenges.

No matter your creative endeavor, you’ll find a lot of inspiration in her story.

Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode

Here are some of the things I talk about with Emma Wallace in this episode, including a few links to sites with which I have an affiliate relationship. I’ll earn a small commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase products through those links. It’s a lovely way to show your support for Sonitotum!

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Making the Episode

Every episode of Sonitotum takes hours and hours, and long interview episodes like this take hours and hours and hours — like, twelve, I think, but I actually stopped counting — to record, edit, and produce, including writing these show notes and creating the graphics and social media assets.

Equipment and Software

For those who are interested (folks sometimes ask), here’s what I used (and use) to make this episode. I have affiliate arrangements with some of these products and services. If you make a purchase when you click through using my links, I may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. It’s a great way to help support the podcast… so thank you!

What Did You Think of My Conversation With Emma Wallace?

Emma Wallace was the first, but far from the last, interview guest you’ll hear on Sonitotum. What did you think of our talk? Do you have any questions for Emma?  Let’s hear from you in the comments!

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