Brian Eno is always worth listening to. He is a very engaging speaker and his thoughts about art and music are extremely thought provoking and inspiring for me.
He speaks about many things in his Red Bull 2013 lecture, but two in particular caught my attention.
In the first he discusses the creative problems in music composition that come with an abundance of options in the modern DAW. Listen to the clip here
In the second he discusses his approach to film scoring and how he avoids the cliches of many Hollywood style film scores. Listen to the clip here
Both these clips should be of interest to Audio Production students who specialise in music composition.
PS. Look out for Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) in the Q&A at the end.