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Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Analog Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is John Brandt, who’s owned studios and built custom audio equipment in both the UK and Nashville before delving deeper into the world of studio design.  John’s company JHBrandt Acoustic Designs now provides design and consulting services to music studios, commercial video and cinema facilities, home recording studios, home theaters, presentation … Continue reading Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Analog Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is John Brandt, who’s owned studios and built custom audio equipment in both the UK and Nashville before delving deeper into the world of studio design.  John’s company JHBrandt Acoustic Designs now provides design and consulting services to music studios, commercial video and cinema facilities, home recording studios, home theaters, presentation … Continue reading Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

New Grammy Rule Book, Orchestra Social Distancing, And Producer Kyle Hunter On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Kyle Hunter, who started producing music for artists, but soon learned about the world of sync licensing and custom music.  He also co-founded RhythmCouture, which now counts Forever 21, Vans, Calvin Klein, The NY Times and many more major brands among their clients. The company also has a large music … Continue reading New Grammy Rule Book, Orchestra Social Distancing, And Producer Kyle Hunter On My Latest Podcast

TikTok And Kids, Mic Custom Shop, Gibson Sells Stanton, And Mixer/Producer David Cole On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is David Cole, who started his career as a staff engineer at the famous Capitol Studios in Hollywood, learned the lost art of vinyl disk mastering there, and worked his way up to staff producer at Capitol and MCA Records before going freelance. David’s had a lot of great studio experiences … Continue reading TikTok And Kids, Mic Custom Shop, Gibson Sells Stanton, And Mixer/Producer David Cole On My Latest Podcast

Charts Vs. Listeners, Studios Reopening, And CD Baby’s Kevin Breuner On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Kevin Breuner, who’s the SVP of Marketing for CD Baby, the host of their DIY Musician Podcast, and author of a host of helpful articles on the company’s DIY Musician blog. Kevin has spent over 20 years working in the music business, both as an artist and an industry professional. … Continue reading Charts Vs. Listeners, Studios Reopening, And CD Baby’s Kevin Breuner On My Latest Podcast

Gaming Spotify, Touch-Sensitive Laptop, And Bassist Stu Hamm On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Stu Hamm, who’s one of the world’s premier bass players and clinicians. His unique and innovative two-handed tapping technique proves that even the bass can be a solo instrument in the hands of a virtuoso player. Stu has recorded and toured with a who’s who of guitar heros, including Steve … Continue reading Gaming Spotify, Touch-Sensitive Laptop, And Bassist Stu Hamm On My Latest Podcast

The First Socially-Distanced Concert, Slick Quarantine Band Videos, And Zack O’Malley Greenburg On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is My guest today is Zack O’Malley Greenburg, who’s a senior editor of media & entertainment at Forbes and author of four excellent music oriented business books.  His latest, A-List Angels, is how a band of actors, artists and athletes cashed in on the latest tech boom and changed the face … Continue reading The First Socially-Distanced Concert, Slick Quarantine Band Videos, And Zack O’Malley Greenburg On My Latest Podcast

Fall into the dislocated, glitching rituals of Microhm, latest project of Mexico’s Leslie Garcia

Life post-apocalypse is mysterious, but somehow comforting – a digitally generated, AI-assisted woven blanket of sounds. There is calm in uncertainty – once you adapt. At least that’s the feeling I get personally, listening to the glitching electro-acoustic ambiance of Microohm, Infinita Incertidumbre. There are yawning caverns, gently shuffling rhythms, persistent electronic rattles and beeps … Continue reading Fall into the dislocated, glitching rituals of Microhm, latest project of Mexico’s Leslie Garcia

Demystifying Streaming Royalties, Inside Gear Reviews, And Agent Jack Forman On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Jack Forman, who’s a senior vice-president at BiCoastal Productions, the New York City-based concerts and theatrical booking agency.  Originally spearheading the agency’s coverage of the Western United States, Jack now oversees the core agency staff and global touring strategy. Jack provides an agent’s perspective of working with an artist, as … Continue reading Demystifying Streaming Royalties, Inside Gear Reviews, And Agent Jack Forman On My Latest Podcast

Music Exec Camille Barbone, YouTube Views Increase And So Do Music Gear Sales On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Camille Barbone, who’s done just about every behind-the-scenes job in the music business you can think of.  From working as a label executive for Columbia and EMI, to managing Madonna, to owning the famous Longview Farm and Gotham Sound studios, to producing major concerts and tours and more, Camille has … Continue reading Music Exec Camille Barbone, YouTube Views Increase And So Do Music Gear Sales On My Latest Podcast