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AudioNowcast May 30, 2017 episode 184

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

Dr Joe Carchedi joined us for this podcast where we talk about burnout, exhaustion and just pushing it a little too hard. In other words, life in audio.

topics included:

New York Met Opera, why you need to see an Opera, how they mix an Opera and just how big are those sets, Heavy Metal is it doomed, why its losing an audience and how can it get them back, Izotope and RX 6 and the Voodoo that it does, Studio health (yours not the gear) and how to pull an all nighter, should you pull an all nighter, Dr Joe tells us and really there is nothing more important than your health, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook Page.

AudioNowcast April 26, 2017 episode 183

Saturday, April 29th, 2017

Eric Persing founder of Spectrasonics was our guest for this 11 year anniversary show.

topics included:

11 years of the AudioNowcast, what were some of the highs (Ken Scott, Producer for David Bowie and a Beatles engineer) and what were some of the lows (guitar show anyone?), how to break up with a client, eventually everyone will have to do it, some stories are good and some of them are bad (bad ones are always the entertaining ones) Roland D50 and why it sounds as good as it did, what some people thought about it when they were first introduced to it, who created the  “Digital Native Dance” patch as well as “Crystal Rhodes” patch (see opening line), all things Spectrasonics and why it’s been so successful, (total fan boy here) Armondo the Duck, plus a whole lot more, like tons it’s our longest show ever. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast January 23, 2017 episode 180

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Larry Droppa owner of API joined us for this post NAMM show.

topics included:

NAMM 2017, what we saw, what we liked, was there a trend in anything this year, API what new gear did they show off, their new console and why it rocks and we are going to try and give some gear away, this podcast almost didn’t happen and why Bobby Summerfield was such a hero, plus Rob almost broke his streak, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook page.

AudioNowcast November 22, 2016 episode 179

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

This is our second podcast from Rob’s studio.

topics included:

Saul Walker the founder of API and what a great man he was, API and the legacy continues, Britney Spears and how good was her concert, do we really care that she sang to a track, way more track than her and that was not bad, why some hits are hits, Beatles LOVE in Vegas, still a great show, they never credited their engineers back in the day, on the job training and stories of just having to make it happen, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to like our Facebook page.