Archive for the ‘Musical Instruments’ Category

AudioNowcast June 20, 2017 episode 185

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

Alan Price was our guest for this groundbreaking podcast (at least for us) as he performed a few songs!

topics included:

Critiques and why they matter, should you be nice or be real, how do you know when to be just plain honest (if your Rob its all the time) Why you need to be seen and not heard if you are an intern, passion and why the lack of that little spark may be holding you back, music, sound design, mixing it doesn’t matter it all needs passion, What is The Moth and why is it so cool, Alan talks about his unique style and approach to playing the violin, why you need to teach kids an instrument early (it will so pay off later in life) and Alan performs for us plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like out Facebook page.

AudioNowcast August 12, 2013 episode 136

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Brian Fairweather joins us on the podcast.

Topics included:

A tribute to our good friend Mike Shipley, working with someone with golden ears, the music industry in distress and how its affecting the pros, will there be a backlash against streaming (only if the artist’s want to make money), B3 organs and why you never take one overseas, times are changing and how to stay employed, collaborating and how to be successful, bad collaborations and the horror that they are plus a whole lot more, Thanks for listening and be sure to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @audionowcast.

AudioNowcast June 6, 2011 episode 105

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

The AudioNowcast would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to Rob’s family as Rob’s Dad has recently passed away. If you would like to send your well wishes please visit Arbittier.com and leave a message.

Topics Included:

Brandon got a new drum set with some very interesting hardware features, how keep your drums in good condition, which mics and mic pres to use when recording drums, the importance of taking a break occasionally, we talk about some of the clichés in music and audio post and how wrong (or right) they are, some great tips for noise reductions tools, and everybody talks about how important it is to have family and friends in your life that you can share your experiences with. Thanks for listening, be sure to check out our Facebook page  and remember to go spend some time with your friends and family.

AudioNowcast April 25, 2011 episode 103

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
Welcome to this epically long podcast! (Suprise, suprise). We are joined by Tina Guo who is an amazing cellist with a very unconventional career. We are also rejoined by Michael Bard, composer/mixer at StudioBard.

Topic Include:

What everyone saw at NAB and how cool it was, Mike confirms there is still audio at NAB, the true end of the tape medium, first reactions to Final Cut X and what it might mean for the prosumer video and audio industries, why Scott thinks laptops don’t mix with lions, a little more iPad talk, Tina’s background as a cellist, the state of music education and classical instruments, the importance of emotion in music, and why the panel can’t ever talk about anything. I told you its a long one! But be sure to check out our Facebook page. Thanks for listening!