Louis Mitchell

Louis came to Studio 360 from Sydney, Australia, his hometown. At just 18, he was hired as an engineer by EMI’s Studios 301 in Sydney, where he recorded artists including Earth Wind and Fire, Van Halen and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. In 2002 he joined the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, earning multiple honors for his work on radio features, including a Walkley award for “The Day That Changed Grantham." At ABC Radio National, he composed theme music for a range of programs. When not in the studio, Louis surfs, DJs and plays guitar — although not usually at the same time.

Louis Mitchell appears in the following:

Cruciverbalism 101

Thursday, December 22, 2016

How 225 blank squares (441 on a Sunday) are turned into a New York Times crossword puzzle. 

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The Substitute

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Novelist Nicholson Baker braves being a substitute teacher.


Fancy a British Accent?

Thursday, July 21, 2016

With so many British actors playing American characters, Kurt wondered: how hard would it be to learn a convincing British accent?


Yeasayer Plays Live

Thursday, April 28, 2016

The indie pop band doesn’t mind being called “experimental.”