DJ John Caceres has been working with the UK’s broadcaster, BBC Worldwide, for a decade.
He recently co-authored a book on how he makes music and, in a recent TED talk, he described his process.
Cacere says his goal is to use the power of music to help people make better choices and improve their lives.
“There are lots of good things about music and it’s great for creating and promoting creativity and I think it’s a good way to keep the world running on a global scale,” he said.
“It’s also good for the human body and what you do with it.”
I like to say that I have a natural instinct for what makes a good song.
“I don’t want to be the biggest musician in the world.
But I like good music.”
I’m a music nerd.
“The more music I make, the more I get to know the music,” he told the BBC’s World at One program.
“For me, there are two kinds of music: one is the music that I like and I can listen to it all day long, and the other is music that has no emotional impact or emotional value.”
I have been working for the BBC since 2008, I’ve been on the BBC Worldwide team since 2008.
I’ve also been on BBC Radio 4’s Future music team since 2011.
“In 2014, Caceles first made a name for himself with his “Million Dollar Radio” album, which he made for his label, Interscope Records.
The album has sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.
But he has also been criticised by some listeners for the way he distributes his music.
“That’s where the idea for Future Music came from.” “
When I was doing Rio, the Olympics were the biggest thing on the planet, people were out celebrating, partying and partying,” he says.
“That’s where the idea for Future Music came from.”
The album was produced by DJ Shadow, who also helped produce the documentary Future Music: The Truth About Olympics.
Future Music is out now.
I’ve worked with many of the most successful people in the music industry, he says, but he says his focus is on music that he’s made and that he can use to make more money.
He said his new book, Future in Motion: The Story of Music’s Greatest Creative Force, is a great example of his work with BBC Worldwide.
“I was in the same room as the director of music, which is the director who I’ve worked for for more than 30 years,” he explained.
“We had a fantastic time, but I didn’t do much music for him, I didn’st even play music.”
He got me the idea, so I was like, ‘Oh, this is the next step for me.
I’m going to make a book that talks about the creative power of the music and I want to make it as interesting as possible’.
“The whole time I was working with him, he was telling me to make sure that I was making music that’s meaningful and that’s something that I want my listeners to hear.”