March 25th, 2016
Producer Jess Jackson was our guest for this podcast. Tyga, Chris Brown and Justin Bieber are just a few of the names of people he has work with.
The passing of a few giants in the industry, Rob still not a big fan of progressive rock, a few more words on the ipad pro (almost, close, almost there) great new delay for ios, punch, how to get more power and punch in your sound (some great tips there), Jess Jackson tell us some amazing stories and how he got from the UK to working with Tyga, its a great story and why Rob and Jess get along so well, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page.
March 14th, 2016
We are back with a podcast full of a little bit of everything.
iPad Pro, is it worth it, is it time to change they way we judge tablets, they are getting bigger and faster but are they getting better, (the software is) sometimes its just easier to work on your laptop, but sometimes its easier to create on the iPad, Output and why that company rocks, REV, Signal, Exhale all sound great, no they sound awesome, endorsements and how the game works, are those pros really using those products, some great tips for making a mono sound wide plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page.
February 12th, 2016
This is our post NAMM Show, show. (Ha! say that 12 times fast.)
NAMM what we saw, what we didn’t see, who we saw and a whole slew of fun stuff about the show, Avid and more conversation of our favorite DAW, why aren’t there any Pro tools killers out there (Rob has a classic response) layoffs and how they might effect the product, VR audio, how you do it and what are the tools you use, will VR take off, it asks a ton from the users, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page.
January 18th, 2016
Super producer and nice guy Michael Beinhorn was our guest on this podcast.
We lost a couple of amazing people recently, Natalie Cole and how special she was, David Bowie and what he meant to not only music but to our culture, someone said that they wished the Beatles would be forgotten and as bad as that sounds we might agree with him, (some of us more reluctantly than others) Michael Beinhorn shares with us on how he got started, some of his favorite albums and how he got the rep that he fires drummers (If they can’t hack it shouldn’t you?) and we talk about his book and how awesome it is (it really is a great read) plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook Page.