AudioNowcast September 25, 2015 episode 166

September 25th, 2015

This podcast is full of all kinds of great stuff from discussions of new formats to production tips.

Topics included:

Native Instruments and the Stems format, do we like, is it good for music, is it a crutch, Virtual reality what it means for the audio industry, should you invest your time to learn some of these tools (yes) and what are some of the tools available, and once again we were talking about this years ago,  Colin talks about his first bus tour, some of the highs and some of the lows, how do you trash your sound, we talk about how to mangle trash and destroy your audio on purpose, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast 165.5 Martin Page Special

September 10th, 2015

We sit down and talk to Martin Page about his latest release “Hotel of the Two Worlds”. He lets us in on not only what went into making this album, but discusses his creative process and influences that contribute to his songwriting. Its a great listen.


AudioNowcast August 4, 2015 episode 165

August 25th, 2015

We are back to a semi-full house on this podcast.

topics included:

Live sound and hecklers, your mixing and your exposed, sometimes the clients is not right, voice manipulation, some of our favorite sound design plugins to get everything from great stop downs to smooth pitch shifting, Making money and subscription based music services, (I don’t know… you sell your CD get 500 bucks now, how long would you have to wait to get $500 from streaming), Bobby says don’t panic, (I’m kinda panicking) and perception is reality, plus a whole lot more, like 90 minutes worth. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast July 22, 2015 episode 164

July 26th, 2015

Dennis Moody joins us for another podcast to talk about recording drums.

topics included:

You ever had a day were everything goes wrong, why you just have to take it from clients and when you don’t (sometime dreams do come true), Reaper why it rocks (it really does and for only $60), recording drums and why you don’t need that bottom snare mic, Dennis gives us a ton of tips for recording drums (he literally wrote the book on it…Well him and Bobby) some great choices for drum mics, why you want to close mic your cymbals plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like us on Facebook.