Tag Archives: Podcast

Music Videos Coming To Facebook, Capturing The Sounds Of Mars, And Songwriter/Entrepreneur Adam McInnis On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Adam McInnis, who’s a singer/songwriter most known for his work on tv and film as well as for collaborating with the top DJ’s of EDM.  He has interests in 3 publishing companies, a recording studio in Austin, a skin care line, and a yearly songwriter camp in Costa Rica called … Continue reading Music Videos Coming To Facebook, Capturing The Sounds Of Mars, And Songwriter/Entrepreneur Adam McInnis On My Latest Podcast

Gen-Z Influencing Listening, The 5 Mix Elements, And Composer David O On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is David O, who’s work as a composer is enhanced by his unique skills as a multi-faceted music-theatre artist, pianist, conductor, arranger, vocal coach, and sometimes actor.  He’s received numerous awards and accolades over the years for his work, including Ovation Awards, LA Weekly and LA Drama Critics Circle Awards, Backstage … Continue reading Gen-Z Influencing Listening, The 5 Mix Elements, And Composer David O On My Latest Podcast

UK Gives Music Venus Aid, Red Bull Studios Close, And Austrian Audio CEO Martin Seidl On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Martin Seidl, who spearheaded the drive to start Austrian Audio from the ashes of AKG after Harmon decided to close the company 3 years ago.  In what might be an unprecedented move, Martin managed to keep the core of AKG together to start the new company and keep it operating … Continue reading UK Gives Music Venus Aid, Red Bull Studios Close, And Austrian Audio CEO Martin Seidl On My Latest Podcast

Nielsen Mid-Year Music Report, Korg And Roland Get Fined, And Sweetwater’s Chuck Surack On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Chuck Surack, who supplemented his playing career as a sax and keyboard player with a makeshift recording studio in the back of a his Volkswagen bus.  That mobile studio was the departure point for what was to become the largest online music retailer in the world – Sweetwater Sound. The … Continue reading Nielsen Mid-Year Music Report, Korg And Roland Get Fined, And Sweetwater’s Chuck Surack On My Latest Podcast

Deezer Coming On Strong, My Top 10 DAWs, And Tour Manager Felicity Hall On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Felicity Hall, who’s been a tour manager for the last 10 years in a male dominated world. During that time she’s worked with Snarky Puppy, Bokante, Delain, Public Service Broadcasting, and a whole lot more. Felicity has also been running an online series about managing life on the road on … Continue reading Deezer Coming On Strong, My Top 10 DAWs, And Tour Manager Felicity Hall On My Latest Podcast

Save Nashville Home Studios With Lij Shaw On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Lij Shaw, who’s leading the fight to save not only home studios but all home-based businesses in Nashville.  Imagine that it was illegal for you to record anyone except yourself in your home studio. If you’re a music teacher, imagine that you weren’t allowed to have students over to your … Continue reading Save Nashville Home Studios With Lij Shaw On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

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

Launch Your Podcast and Take Your Brand To A Next Level

Podcasts are gaining massive traction and are very deserving of it. As of 2020, there are currently 850,000 active podcasts and over 30 million podcast episodes. Just recently The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast moved from … The post Launch Your Podcast and Take Your Brand To A Next Level appeared first on Paper.li blog.