Mike and Bobby talk about what they saw at AES this year, all sorts of new AES shennanigans (cool mics, new speakers, the works!!), the CLASP system and whether its actually worth using it, how cool some of the new gear being made looks, a quick note on barebones budget, and the big announcement (drumroll)… Pro Tools 9!! and how much it could change the way people work with Pro Tools. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page!
Archive for the ‘Digital Audio Workstations’ Category
Alternative DAW software and freelance horror stories top our list tonight.
Alternate DAW software options, can you use it, do pros use it, what problems can you expect, VLC and why we love it (because it’s awesome), freelance horror stories, why you shouldn’t do it just for the money, also you will never ever get that promised bigger job (or will you?) why you should never be afraid to say its just not going to work, why you need to manage relationships and sometimes it’s ok to work for free plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook and Myspace page.
This is our 70th podcast spectacular packed with great guest, gear, recording tips and even some career advice.
Michael Jackson’s passing and its effect on the industry, a lot of the panel members did work for him at one time or another, Thomas Wendt talks to us from Germany about Record from Propellerheads and how awesome that will be (game changer)(no…really it will be) Vocals and how to sing, our guest Wendy Simon teaches vocals and has had a famous client or two (Pink), How do you put emotion into your performance, (visuals have a lot to do with it), Getting your music into video games with Gloria Soto music producer for Soundelux, what it should sound like, who you need to send it to, plus a whole lot more as the show runs about 95 minutes! Thanks for listening and check out our Facebook and Myspace pages.
Greg Ondo from Steinberg was our guest.
The awesomeness of cubase 5 and the new hardware, can we say batch export that works, what is it and why is it important (try moving a 72 track project between daw’s) some of the other cool features that will blow you away, delay compensation your best friend in the digital world, What do you do when you hit bottom, Do you sell your gear or not (hang in there) plus a whole lot more thanks for listening and be sure to check out our myspace and Facebook pages.