Archive for the ‘General Production’ Category

AudioNowcast December 12, 2009 episode 76

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Mike and Mark Stitts from RMG music group sat in with us for this big podcast. (8 panel members!)

topics included:

Alternative controllers, what we have how we use them (the machine guns in True Lies,  Roland octapad), and why the may help you write better music, inspiration or plagiarism  how close can you get, and how do you protect yourself if a client wants you to copy something and finally PHASE what is it, how do you get it and how can you use it to your benefit plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Myspace and Facebook pages.

AudioNowcast December 30, 2008 episode 60

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

We celebrate our 60th Podcast.

topics included:

Our newest member of our panel we welcome Forrest Robinson as a regular member, we also talk about this article from Digital Web Magazine Is The Web Really helping Us Find New Music, where can you get good recomidations for music (think BBC), Martin and Bobby on the radio hmmmm, Why you should listen to whats on top of the charts, How to buy a guitar, what should you look for, listen for and whats important, what gear was the most infuential to our panel this past year and what are the panel’s plans for 2009 also, why you should try to get the human element back into your music (casue everyone has all the same loops), plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening, Happy New Year!

AudioNowcast October 7, 2007 episode 38

Thursday, October 11th, 2007

We had a lively discussion about all things audio. (Martin and Bobby sitting next to each other, how could we not?)
topics included:

follow up on cheap microphones (thanks Mark), ribbon mics and why we love them, moisture and microphones, they also don’t mix, working in weird places when a job just needs to get done, Andrew finds some information about one of his favorite songs, tour jackets and why you don’t wear them to the mall, cough…poser…cough…cough, Radiohead and the new way to sell a record and patience in the studio and why it pays off, plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and keep the emails coming in.

AudioNowcast August 20, 2007 episode 35

Monday, August 20th, 2007

Data backup, it is rocket science and to prove it we brought in Bill Knopf, Program Executive Planetary Data Systems for NASA and Ann Raugh Programmer/Data engineer for the University of Maryland, some real rocket scientist to discuss.

topics included:

Robs extensive report on digital clocking, what it is, what he tested, how he tested and what his results were, it might surprise you, data backup from the experts, what they use and why you should check your DVD backups 3 times, freelance horror stories and how to protect yourself from getting burned and what are the similarities between your studio and a spaceship (more than you think) plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and check out our myspace page.