AudioNowcast June 1 2015, episode 162

June 1st, 2015

Nick is back with us after taking a few podcasts off.

topics included:

Rituals and how we prepare to work, some are cool, some are boring, but the all have one thing in common, changes in royalties for Pandora and what does that mean for artist, (does it mean anything?) Rob is designing a new portable writing system for a not so secret, secret client (you know who it is) layers and levels, how to use them in your sound design, sometimes times more is NOT more, plus a whole lot more (except this time, where more is really more) Thanks for listening and be sure to like us on our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast May 18, 2015 episode 161

May 18th, 2015

And so we start off Year 9.

topics included:

Guitar Center rise and (fall?) some pretty good info and can they survive this, to be honest they have already not survived, this is not your fathers GC, (don’t be looking for that deal) listener asks about a custom setup, Pro Tools and Yosemite…why can’t they play well together, guns, does the world really need new recordings of them, (uh…yes) Why sometimes you need to hire local talent, (sorry “but I have skype guy”)plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast April 16 2015, episode 160

April 26th, 2015

We celebrate our 9 year anniversary! (can you believe it?)(I can’t) and are joined by mixer Yahel Dooley and Producer Debbie Gonzalez.

topics included:

9 years of podcasts and we start off talking about Guitar Center, will it survive and why you want to have a place like it around, (at least the old Guitar Center not the new Best Buyish Guitar Center) Surfer EQ and why it rocks, Yahel Dooley shows the way to a mixing career, (he did it the right way) Producing music for commercials and how that’s changed, Mastering your craft and why you want to put in the hard work, 9 years of changes and where do we go from here, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast March 17, 2015 episode 159

March 25th, 2015

Rob is out a SXSW and we are joined by audio engineer Mike Veralla.

topics included:

SXSW and what going on out there, Brandon does a great job breaking down the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit, (using sheet music only? kinda crazy) how did they lose and what happens now, how can you write something inspired by and not getting sued, Scott talks about his trip to Myer Sound, the game has changed again with Constellation and we talk about mixing with a mouse vs faders and knobs, can’t we all get along, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like  our Facebook page.