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Mysteries and Monsters
Mysteries and Monsters: Episode 161 The Way Through The Woods with Anna Maria Manolo

Mysteries and Monsters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 73:09


This week author Anna Maria Manolo rejoins me to discuss her latest book "The Way Through The Woods".  The book tells of the true story of Krista, a young girl who's life is torn apart by the rise of Nazi Germany as her family suffer the consequences of refusing to comply with the regimes rules. Stripped from her family, Krista eventually escapes into the forests of Bavaria as she attempts to be reunited with her father. The forests hold their own secrets and as both of them discover, the shadows play host to supernatural spirits who also bear the scars of war. It's a powerful and emotional story and a big thank you to Anna for joining me once more. The book can be found here:   Our Patreon is now live, with bonus content, early release of the regular show, articles and more. Join here now for the flat fee of $4 a month which is a bargain! Don't forget, you can now show your support with our Merchandise shop on Redbubble! Check it out here! We are also now on Vburl - check us out here:  You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel! Email us at mysteriesandmonsters@gmail.com with any feedback, guest suggestions or if you'd like to appear. All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.    Mysteries and Monsters is a part of the Straight Up Strange Network. #AnnaMariaManalo #Portal #BeyondTheFray #Phillippines #Ghosts #Haunted #Ghost #Haunting #Germany #Token #Spirits 

Polifonía
239: Infiel

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 71:42


Cuernos a diestra y siniestra. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Grandes Voces do Noso Mundo
Ep. 256: MANOLO MASEDA - AO SON DA NOSA MÚSICA [Grandes Vozes]

Grandes Voces do Noso Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 62:34


O profesor Manolo Maseda apresentounos o proxecto educativo Ao Son da Nosa Música, que xa está en andamento. A primeira das metas é a súa implementación en 16 centros educativos e a gravación dun disco con outros tantos temas musicais interpretados por estudantes, sempre coa orientación dos profesionais da música.

Por amor a la cámara
T2: Ep.17 La vida de un camarógrafo de Onlyfans con Manolo The Show

Por amor a la cámara

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 62:00


Saludos, espero que te encuentres bien. En el episodio de hoy entrevisté al comediante y creador de contenido Manolo. Hablamos sobre su experiencia como camarógrafo de contenido para adultos en plataformas como onlyfans, también hablamos de redes sociales, cancel culture, convenciones nopor y trabajo en equipo. Recuerda que estoy disponible para aclarar tus dudas o separar tu sesión de fotos a través de mi DM en Instagram. Un abrazo, Ivy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ivyboudoir/   Instagram de Manolo:https://www.instagram.com/manolotheshow/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/poramoralacamara/support

Darrers podcast - RàdioPomar 101.2FM
LONXE DA TERRA con Manolo Valdés del 30/12/2021

Darrers podcast - RàdioPomar 101.2FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021


Cada miércoles con rigor desde Radio Pomar, Manolo Valdés resume las noticias más relevantes de Galicia. Política, cultura, actos sociales, entrevistas…Lonxe da terra, la gran difusión de Galicia en Catalunya. podcast recorded with enacast.com

Alienigenas Ejidales
64 Concierto Para Fantasmas By Demi Lovato Ft. Manolo Ayala

Alienigenas Ejidales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 60:20


Si congelar fantasmas les parece atrevido, tienen que conocer los Conciertos para Fantasmas que organiza Demi Lovato plebes!!!

Darrers podcast - RàdioPomar 101.2FM
LONXE DA TERRA con Manolo Valdés del 29/12/2021

Darrers podcast - RàdioPomar 101.2FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021


Cada miércoles con rigor desde Radio Pomar, Manolo Valdés resume las noticias más relevantes de Galicia. Política, cultura, actos sociales, entrevistas…Lonxe da terra, la gran difusión de Galicia en Catalunya. podcast recorded with enacast.com

Polifonía
238: Bye, bye 2021

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 61:27


Esta semana nos cagamos en el Covid, y en el año viejo también. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

YORDI EN EXA
¡Te contamos todo sobre el mundo deportivo!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 7:11


Manolo nos habla de los deportes y todo lo que está ocurriendo, así que no dejes de escucharlo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
237: Sol

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 57:57


Soleados. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

NADA MÁS QUE MÚSICA
Nada más que música - El último de la fila

NADA MÁS QUE MÚSICA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 54:19


Nuestro grupo de hoy es El último de la fila, una banda de referencia en la historia de nuestra música más próxima. Manolo García y Quimi Portet, fueron los soportes de esta banda que nos ha dejado páginas musicales imborrables en nuestra memoria. Todo empezó, como muchos otros, con un Manolo García de vocalista de orquestas de baile como las que todavía recorren nuestros pueblos en las fiestas patronales. Pero su objetivo era formar un grupo que hiciera su propia música, así que, junto con Esteban Martín (que más tarde estaría en Gabinete Galigari), empezó a componer sus primeras canciones y, con ellas, nacieron Los Rápidos. Un quinteto donde también militaban José Luis Pérez, Luis Visires y Antonio Fidel. Hoy escucharemos canciones de dos de los discos más interesantes del Ultimo de la fila, “Como la cabeza al sombrero” y “Nuevo pequeño catálogo de seres y estares”. De este último es Músico loco. Nuevo pequeño catálogo de seres y estares Los Rápidos solo grabaron un disco que tuvo una pobre repercusión, a pesar de que ese año, 1980, habían recorrido media España. En 1982, cuando los Rápidos empezaban a dar signos de desgaste, Manolo y Quimi se conocieron y enseguida congeniaron. Al poco tiempo crearon Los Burros y también una discográfica independiente, Discos Criminales, que por supuesto salió mal y tuvieron que abandonarla para centrarse en el grupo, en el que también estaban Jordi Vila (más tarde batería de Loquillo) y Antonio Fidel, que ya estaba en Los Rápidos. Tras algunos fracasos discográficos tuvieron que reinventarse y fue así como nació El último de la fila. Enseguida tuvieron ocasión de grabar con Virgin, pero ya se habían comprometido con la compañía independiente PDI y decidieron ser fieles a su palabra, un gesto que les ha acompañado siempre. Ese aire aflamencado de la voz de Manolo y la guitarra española, daban un tono fresco y novedoso a las canciones. También del Nuevo pequeño catálogo… es este: Canta por mi. Su segundo álbum, Enemigos de lo ajeno, grabado en 1986 vendió 60,000 copias, algo inaudito entre las compañías independientes. Esto les permitió hacer una gira en la que la entrada media era de unas 5,000 personas. Y llegaron los premios, de la crítica y del público: mejor álbum, mejor directo, mejor canción, en fin, la fama había llegado. Ya eran un grupo solvente. Un disco recopilatorio con nuevas versiones grabado en Londres vendió 300,000 copias. Su compañía discográfica, PDI, era independiente pero no era idiota. Sabía que tenía entre las manos una joya, así que decidió echar toda la carne en el asador y mandó al grupo a grabar su próximo trabajo a Francia. Allí se coció Como la cabeza al sombrero. Editado en menos de dos meses, las ventas alcanzaron las 400,000 copias. De la gira, ni os cuento. De este disco, Como la cabeza al sombrero, es la preciosa canción Sara. La cresta de la ola les llegó cuando fueron invitados a participar en el concierto Pro Derechos Humanos organizado por Amnistía Internacional en el estadio olímpico de Montjuic, en Barcelona. Allí tocaron con Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman, en fin, la crem de la crem. Esta vorágine les obligó a hacer un descanso y replantearse su futuro. Lo primero que hicieron fue desligarse de su compañía PDI. Se les había quedado pequeña. Las giras ya eran internacionales, Europa, EEUU, Sudamérica. Pero antes de su gira de 1989, el grupo ya había iniciado la preparación de un nuevo trabajo. Se empezó a grabar en mayo de 1989 y lo terminaron en mayo de 1990. Salió a la venta con el título de Nuevo catálogo de seres y estares. De este disco, del que ya hemos oído algunas canciones, es A Jazmín, Este nuevo elepé fue directo al número uno de las listas. Habían vuelto a la aventura de crear su propia discográfica, Perro Records, un sello para distribuir y publicar sus propios discos a través de la multinacional EMI. La gira de Nuevo catálogo de seres y estares comenzó el 12 de mayo de 1990 y duró cinco meses. También hubo gira internacional por Europa: Francia, Alemania, Italia, Inglaterra, Suiza, Austria… Y por Sudamérica: México, Argentina, Colombia y Venezuela. Astronomía razonable, su siguiente trabajo, se grabó en mes y medio y permaneció durante diez semanas en el número uno de las listas de éxitos. Algo nunca visto con un grupo español. Volvemos con Como la cabeza al sombrero, vamos a escuchar el tema que da nombre al disco. Durante el año 1994 el grupo hizo un parón y se dedicaron a descansar y a preparar su siguiente trabajo. Un CD que apareció en septiembre de 1995 con el exótico nombre de La rebelión de los hombres rana. Con ánimo renovado comenzó la gira del nuevo trabajo. En esta gira incluyeron también temas de su época en Los Rápidos y Los Burros. La girá terminó en abril de 1996. Después de tres años sin noticias de la banda, Manolo y Quimi, en rueda de prensa, anunciaron su separación y el comienzo de sus respectivas carreras en solitario. Más adelante, Manolo García, comentó en una entrevista de Crónica, el periódico digital catalán que “el grupo se disolvió porque Quimi empezaba a estar incómodo con el tema lingüístico”. El grupo utilizaba habitualmente el castellano en sus canciones. “El tema de la lengua para él es importante, él es catalán. Yo soy de los “otros catalanes”. Soy catalán, evidentemente, y con todo el orgullo, pero mi lengua materna es el castellano. A él le apetecía que hiciéramos alguna canción en catalán, y yo encantado, hicimos alguna canción con Maria del Mar Bonet. En algún vídeo hay ya algún guiño mío como lo de “que soc de Barcelona i em moro de calor”, y está dedicado a Quimi, para hacerle reír un poco. A mi me era indiferente. Yo defiendo absolutamente que los catalanes hablen catalán, evidentemente, y yo puedo hablar catalán, pero no tengo esa sensación de patria, igual que tampoco la tengo de la patria española. A mi los estados y las banderas no me interesan nada.” Toda una declaración de principios sin contestación. Volvemos con su música, Barrio triste. Antes de repasar un poco su trayectoria en solitario, vamos a escuchar un último tema de El último de la fila, una de sus canciones más hermosas y enigmáticas, Cuando el mar te tenga, pura poesía. La frase “Si lo que vas a decir, no es más bello que el silencio, no lo vayas a decir”, que viene de un cita árabe, nos sedujo desde el mismo momento en que lo escuchamos. Una gran canción. Cuando el mar te tenga El mismo año de la disolución del Ultimo de la fila, Manolo García sacó su primer trabajo en solitario, Arena en los bolsillos, grabado en Londres con la colaboración de Nache Lesko y Pedro Javier González. Y como quien no quiere la cosa, en su primera semana de vida se colocó en cabeza de las listas de ventas, llegando a colocar 900.000 discos en el mercado. La culpa la tuvieron unas canciones que iban desde el pop melódico más intimista hasta el rock ando roll de sus primeros grupos. Pajaros de barro es una de estas canciones. Despues de dos años en silencio, Manolo García volvió con nuevo disco, en esta ocasión contando solo con la producción de Pedro Javier González. El álbum, Nunca el tiempo es perdido, se grabó entre Gerona, Barcelona y París y se mezcló en Los Angeles. Sus trece canciones tienen un toque más intimista en su trabajo anterior, arropadas por una orquesta de cuerda. Vamos a escuchar la canción que da nombre al álbum, Nunca el tiempo es perdido. Manolo García siempre ha sido muy celoso de su vida privada y ha conseguido mantenerla fuera del alcance de revistas y seudo-tertulias. Como él mismo ha dicho en otras ocasiones, su ego lo alimenta en el escenario pero fuera de él, quiere ser una persona normal y pasar lo más desapercibido posible. Mantiene un control férreo sobre su obra y no ha permitido que sus canciones se utilicen en publicidad o concursos. De hecho, tuvo una buena enganchada con la gente de Operación Triunfo por este motivo. (También es verdad que TV pagó los derechos correspondientes pero no pidieron permiso al autor). En cualquier caso, Manolo García se ha ganado un puesto muy merecido en el panorama musical y un público fiel que le permite seguir componiendo lo que quiere, trabajar lo justo y dedicar su tiempo a cultivar su espíritu, leyendo, pintando y haciendo muy buena música. Vamos a escuchar, para mi gusto, una de sus mejores canciones, Rosa de Alejandría, también del álbum Nunca el tiempo es perdido. Manolo García no es que esté de vuelta de todo, lo que ocurre es que su veteranía y experiencia y los kilómetros recorridos de bolo en bolo, le permiten afrontar apuestas arriesgadas como la gira acústica que inició en 2019. 55 conciertos que han quedado registrados en un doble CD y DVD que llamó Acústico, acústico, acústico. En fin, ingenio no le falta. Estos conciertos intensivos, tres horas de media, y que culminó con cinco presentaciones en el Palacio de Congresos de Madrid, dejaron de manifiesto la vigencia de un estilo, de una música que se ha ido enriqueciendo a lo largo de toda la carrera del artista. Los que tuvieron la suerte de asistir a alguno de ellos los recuerdan como una combinación de intimismo acústico y despliegue de entrega en el escenario, arropado todo ello por la excelencia de siete músicos de categoría. Una muestra de estos directos es este Somos levedad. Gracias, gracias a tí, Manolo García. Bueno amigos, nada más por hoy. Os espero a todos el próximo programa para escuchar más música, conocer a más músicos y recordar viejas historias. Hasta entonces... ¡¡¡buenas vibraciones!!!

Powertools Mixshow
Episode 1: Episode 12-18-21 Ft: Claptone (1 Hour), Richard Vission, & Manolo.

Powertools Mixshow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 112:19


Social Media Handles:@wearepowertools@iamdjchristo@richardvission@claptone@manolowashereRichard Vission Tracklist: Mashd N Kutcher - On My Mind Jaded - Physically Volac - Work It Bleu Clair - El Pasado Wax Motif - Come Again ft. Scrufizzer Kasablanca - Cronus Sonny Fodera & Vintage Culture - Last Thought Ft. MKLA Westend - Perfect Raffa FL - Treat (Wh0 Festival Remix) Dom Dolla - Strangers (with Mansionair) Mat.Joe - Homework Shakedown - At Night (Mousse T Remix) Claptone Tracklist:Pt. 1 Duck Sauce - Nonchalant   Mr. Sosa - True (Chambray Remix) Johan S x Oliver Knight - Deep Inside   Claptone - Zero (Gene Farris Remix) Claptone - Wake Up (Paul Woolford Remix)   LP Giobbi - Take My Hand (Walker & Royce Remix) Diplo & Damien Lazarus - Don't Be Afraid (Torren Foot Remix) Claptone - Just A Ghost ft Seal (Vintage Culture Remix) Armand Van Helden & Riva Starr vs Foreal People - Does it Feel Good To Step It Up Pt. 2 Sol Brothers - Turn Around (Illyus & Barrientos Remix) Norman Doray x Cavi x Emzy - Higher (Dub Version) Claptone - Golden Ft. Two Another (Acapella) MØ - Live to Survive (Claptone Remix) Guz - Set U Free   Faithless - Innadadance (Claptone Remix) Random Soul - The Way That I Feel (Illyus & Barrientos Remix) Claptone - My Night Ft Apre (Acapella) Manolo. Tracklist: The Sunburst Band - New York City Woman (Micky More & Andy Tee Jazz Mix) Outr Drive - You Don't Know feat. Steffanie Christi'an (Original Mix) Fish Go Deep, Tracey K - Cure & The Cause (Dennis Ferrer Remix) David Morales - Strings (Original Mix) Louie Vega - How He Works Feat. Nico Vega (Original Mix) Manolo - We Praise (Sazon Edit)

Tiempo de Juego
Manolo Oliveros ya está de vuelta: ¡Dale, Oli!

Tiempo de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 2:48


YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo nos cuenta algo increíble sobre nuestro programa!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 8:25


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta una grata noticia sobre nuestro programa, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

VO BOSS Podcast
Voice and AI: Respeecher

VO BOSS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 29:38


What if you could perform beyond the limitations of your own voice? Anne is joined by special guest Alex Serdiuk for a bonus Voice and Ai episode. They discuss Respeecher's speech-to-speech technology, the limitations of your natural voice, and how a synthesized voice is similar to a printing press. The future isn't just on its way - the future is here - and creative possibilities are endless when human voices and technology work together... Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast for another episode of the AI and Voice series. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and today I'm excited to bring you special guest Alex Serdiuk. Alex is the founder and CEO of Respeecher, an AI speech-to-speech based company that creates voice cloning for content creators. Respeecher's technology was the first synthetic speech adopted by big Hollywood productions starting around 2019. And their primary focus is in improving the voice cloning technology in many directions, including the tech democratization to let sound professionals and creators have access to it. And as a voice talent, we love that. So Alex, thank you so much for joining me today. It's a pleasure having you. Alex: Hey Anne, everyone. It's so great to be here. Thank you for having me. Anne: Yes. So I have so many questions. You're a relatively young company founded in 2018, correct? Alex: Yes. That's correct, yes. Anne: Yeah. So, but you seem to have come a really long way in a very short amount of time. So if you don't mind, tell us a little bit about your company and how you got started. Alex: Yeah, actually for us, it felt like a very long amount of time, like eternity. But yeah, we started a bit earlier than 2018 with the idea we were playing around for several years. So we actually participated in one hackathon in Kiev, in Ukraine, and everyone were picking this ideas of applying deep learning AI, quite sophisticated machine learning techniques to do something with visuals, to do something with pictures. And we thought that would be cool to try doing something with speech, and that's harder task because we are much picky about the stuff we hear, unlike the stuff we see. And we ended up winning that hackathon with a very simple prototype of voice conversion technology that allowed one voice sound like another voice. Then we started to play around with the technology, started to speak to some folks we thought who could be our first clients, if you start this company. And they told us that it's all about quality. So if you talk about high quality voice cloning, it should be really high. So it should be indistinguishable for listener, whether it's synthesized or not. And given that we are quite picky about the sounds that we spot all the tiny little artifacts in sound the task has been challenging. So we launched the company in 2018 and took us about a year to get to the level where it could actually be of interest to some big sound engineers in Hollywood. And since then we've been improving the technology in several directions, usability, quality of the sound, speed, all that stuff. We try to make better on constant basis. Anne: Got it, got it. So, all right. What might seem like a simple question, because I think a lot of us in the voice industry, we've heard about text-to-speech. And as a matter of fact, we've been doing it for a very long time, you know, TTS projects. But now speech-to-speech is different. And so tell us exactly what is the difference between text-to-speech and speech-to-speech. Alex: Yeah. The differences in input, right? So when you use text-to-speech, you type words, and there is some AI that tries to make those words sound like they were spoken by human. The thing is there are two, in my opinion, holistic problems with text-to-speech. And that's one of the reasons why we do speech-to-speech. The first holistic problem would it text-to-speech be so limited to language models, to vocabularies. So if you want to try something different from what is in the vocabulary, it would fail. So if you try to pronounce some unusual name or street address, text-to-speech doesn't know where to take it from. That's one problem. The second one would be emotional control. And this one is huge. So text-to-speech can offer you few emotions, right? It can sound excited or sad, but that's it. And we humans are best in terms of producing emotions as we use our vocal apparatus. And we are the best in terms of being guided, how to produce emotions. So if you try to imagine very sophisticated text-to-speech that would allow you to have all these triggers our vocal apparatus has from the day we were born, that would be a very comprehensive tool. That would be extremely hard to use. It would be just simpler to say it in the exact way you want to say it. And that's where it's speech-to-speech comes in. So the idea of speech-to-speech is to enable a human speaking. The voice of another human is speaking in another timbre and all the emotions, all the inflections, all this stuff is being taken from source speaker. That means that you act, but you remove this boundary of being attached to the vocal apparatus, you were born with, the voice you have at the particular moment of your life. You can sound very different and that would be natural because emotions, inflections, acting would be yours. The timbre would be different. Anne: So then you require an actor to be a model for whatever voice that gets applied to? Is that correct? Alex: That's correct. We heavily rely on the actors. Anne: So then I would think that it's a different process because what I'm familiar with in terms of synthetic voices is that we record a whole bunch of prompts and then there becomes this voice that's created from that. And your technology basically has a source voice, is that correct, that is the actor? And then you can apply any different voice to that voice model? And so for every script, you would have an actor speaking those words, and then you would be able to apply any voice to that? Alex: Yeah, that's right. So basically our model compares voices. So it compares your voice to another voice you want to sound like, and it understands the difference between your timbre and the timbre you want to sound alike. And then after model learned those differences, you can actually feed their recordings in your voice. And those recordings would be converted into the voice of your desire. Anne: So then let's talk about the target voice, first of all. Is that something that let's say when you have different target voices, if I want it to be a target voice, I would say, how do I create that target voice? Is that similar to how most people create their synthetic voices? Meaning I record a series of prompts, and it becomes part of the data model, and then a voice is created, and then that is how you create your target voices? Alex: Yeah, that's correct. It's similar to text-to-speech. So basically you would need to record your voice in very good condition for some time, though speech-to-speech requirements are all over usually than text-to-speech. You don't need to go in studio and spend like hours. Say on a particular script, we can take existing recordings of your voice. And that would be enough. We just need observations of your voice saying different things in different emotions so model would learn it and then it's good to go. Anne: Interesting. So then it's basically your model, which is the actor, would be any good either audio example that you have of acting, but it doesn't have to be the exact script? Alex: Correct. Anne: Is that correct? Okay. Alex: Yeah. That they can read a lullaby for their baby or whatever. And in many of our projects, in many of our film projects, we had to deal with old recordings because we used to do a lot of de-aging or resurrecting projects. And that's cool about speech-to-speech that we can take existing recordings in quite a small amount. So currently we require like 40 minutes, but in plenty of projects, we had to deal with much less data. Anne: Wow. So then, so this is an additional layer that you do. So not only do you create the target voices in a traditional like text-to-speech kind of way where you're creating the synthetic voice, but you're also creating that speech-to-speech model, which is the acting. And that, again, like you're saying, doesn't necessarily have to be the same script that you want to be repeated. Let's say there's a new movie out, and you want to have a particular target voice on it. Would the actor model have to go in and say all the lines first so that the speech-to-speech target could kind of, I guess, mimic it or reiterate it? Alex: Yeah. So the -- the way how our system works, we would on the first stage, on the training stage, we would need just examples of a target voice, someone we impersonate, and source voice, a voice actor who would be doing impersonation. And we don't care much about what is the content, what are the spoken words? So it could consist of the content that needs to be converted further for the movie, but it could be something different. But then once the model is trained, you can say exact lines in the exact performance that are needed for the movie. And that would be converted into a target voice within minutes. Anne: Got it. That's pretty impressive. What are the applications that you see for your speech-to-speech software? Alex: Yeah, we've been focused on very high quality content because what's special about our technology, it can produce very high quality results, not just because of sound quality itself, quality of the sound files, but also because of the control you would have over emotional content. So you can make it sound exactly as you want it to sound. We've been applying our technology for films, animation, TV series, where we helped content creators get voices they cannot get in any other way. Like we did some work for Mandalorian season two, where we helped with making the voice, synthesizing the voice of young Mark Hamill, young Luke Skywalker -- Anne: Yeah. Alex: -- who appeared in the very last scene. And you cannot get this voice anymore. You have recordings of 40 years old, but the voice of Mark Hamill is drastically different -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- from what he had 40 years ago. Anne: 40 years ago. Alex: That would be one application. We did some resurrection projects. One of them audience might have heard of would be Super Bowl opening where Vince Lombardi came and said some encouraging things about all the challenges our society needs to go through in this quite, quite hard time. Anne: I remember that. Alex: Yeah, that was a powerful piece we did together with NFL Digital Domain, 72 and Sunny. And the idea was to resurrect the voice of this person. We also did one cool project in resurrection where we made quite famous announcer -- not just announcer, but basketball commentator in Puerto Rico, who died 20 years ago, to voiceover the whole game in August, when -- Anne: Wow. Alex: -- Puerto Rico made it to Olympics. Anne: Wow. Alex: And that was huge for us because we were focused on short form content for quite a while. Our technology has been heavy and we required a lot of take. And that might have been one of the first projects when we had like our own health (?) of voiceover in one take that had to be converted overnight for putting on TV the next day. And it worked out. So it sounded good. And recordings for target voice for Manolo were extremely bad. So it was quite, quite complicated, but it turned out to be working, and Telemundo put it on stream. Anne: Wow. So then that's very impressive. Now it's also very scary, not just for me as a voice actor, but I'm thinking for the consumer, right, who's listening to the voice. So what sort of steps are taken to, I guess, notify the listener that maybe, especially if you're resurrecting voices. I would imagine that there's gotta be some sort of a protocol where you're allowing people or letting people know that this voice is resurrected or like, what are your thoughts on that? Alex: Yeah. I mean, we basically build some guiding principles, guiding ethics principles from the very beginning when we started. And the first thing we always ask our prospective clients, when they want to do a project, whether they have permission or going to obtain one from owner of the voice they're going to clone. And in case if that person would be deceased, we would require permission from their relatives or estate or if that's a president, from president library, from company or individual that owns the right. And that would be the very first step. Then we actually need to be sure that the project is not controversial in general, because it might be not wrong to do something with permission. But if it's very attached to politics or were a controversial content, even with permission, we can just say no, because there is a lot of fear to this technology -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- in general and -- Anne: And deep fakes, I'm thinking. Right? Alex: And deep fakes. Yeah. And the thing is, I mean, the technology itself is neither good or bad. It's just an instrument like a Photoshop, like hammer, like printing press. The thing is that we used to be scared of something new. And our goal is to showcase exciting, cool projects, creative opportunities, opportunities for voice actors using this technology without some bad projects to be in the news, because bad news travels so far, right? Everyone's heard about this end Tony Bourdain project that is -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- very controversial. Right? Anne: Yes. Alex: But I guess much less people heard about the amazing work we did for Mandalorian -- Anne: Yeah. Alex: -- even though Mandalorian is the biggest TV series of 2020. Anne: That's very true. That's very true. So then maybe you can answer this question. As a voice actor, what are the opportunities for me, as a voice actor -- number one, I like that you have an ethics statement on your website, and that you say that you are not allowing any deceptive uses of the technology. But number one, how can voice actors use this to let's say enhance our opportunities? And also how are you protecting the voice actor from any type of misuse or deepfakes or ethics? Alex: Yeah, I mean, in terms of protection, we do have quite strict protocols that are required from us when we've work with biggest Hollywood studios, right? So have data security and stuff in place. In terms of opportunities, look, let's think about this technology from the point of view that the technology itself removes limitation you have. You -- you've been attached to your voice, and you're attached to your voice you have in particular moment of your life. So you can act, you can, you can work only with the particular vocal timbre you have been born with, right? The technology allows you to sound very different. So you can sound like 70 years old woman, or like 12 years old kid. And it would sound like 12 years old kid or 70 years old woman in terms of naturalness. The thing is you would, you would act those voices. And that means that, in my opinion, in future, the distribution of load between voice actors could be significantly improved in future. Because when voice actor is being hired, they're hired for two things, their ability to act and their vocal timbre, the unique timbre they have. And now we can remove the timbre part from equation, and voice actors would be hired because their ability to perform. And that's amazing because some voice actors who meet very high demand for their particular vocal timbre can give this timbre, can license this timbre to other voice actors who can use it with their approval. But also the voice actors who cannot get jobs just because their vocal timbre does not match this particular character can actually get these jobs because they can sound like, like a different person. Anne: So then they would buy a license for that target person? Is that correct? How does that work? Alex: Yeah, that's correct. I mean, our company has been focused on like one-off projects for quite a while because the technology has been heavy, but this year we launched what we call a voice marketplace, and that would be a self-serve product. There -- it's been a roller coaster for us to make this heavy technology we used to operate manually the work in self-serve mode. But voice marketplace is out and it works. And it's really cool piece of technology where we try to democratize access to such a fine tool, to smaller creators and to voice actors. And the idea of the voice marketplace that as user of the voice marketplace, you can speak in 40, more than 40 different vocal timbres we created there for you. And we actually hired people. We paid them money. We got their release and consent to use their voice in the voice marketplace. And those voices we have in the voice marketplace so far belong to average people because the most important part is this -- Anne: The timbre. Alex: -- timbre. Yeah. But acting could be done by user -- Anne: Interesting. Alex: -- and that means that you can sound exactly like any of those voices we have in the system and just utilize opportunities in terms of acting and performance, instead of being limited to the vocal timbre you own. So that's one way how -- Anne: Got it. Alex: -- voice actors can benefit from this technology right now. Anne: So then I can have an account in your marketplace, and then I can purchase additional timbres. Is that correct? Alex: Yeah, that's correct. And you can get access to all the voices we have on the voice marketplace, try it out, but that's like a starting point. Anne: Interesting. Alex: We started with some like average voices, but in future, we want to add other voices, professional voices, because I mean, when system has not seen some particular emotions like singing, or crying, or whispering, it performs suboptimal, right? And people who are not professionally trained to be voice actors cannot produce many emotions. And that means for getting very high quality and professional voices in the output, you would want to see in target voices some professional voices. Anne: Yes. Alex: We want to invite voice actors in future as well as we want to get licensing deals with some famous voices and even voices from the past. Anne: Sure. Alex: But the thing is this kind of improvement to the voice marketplace as a product requires us to build two more layers. The first one would be approval layer. So as target voice, when you supply your voice to the system, you should feel secure that your voice is not used for something that you feel is inappropriate. Anne: Sure. Alex: So you need to be able to approve the content that is being created -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- with your voice or approve the user, the company, or the individual who want to use your voice. That's first thing. The second layer would be building compensation model -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- because there should be economics there's built on usage. Anne: Sure. Alex: It shouldn't be just one time licensing deal. Anne: Right. Alex: And those layers, they require some time to be built as well as some attention. And they should work very properly because it should be trusted. Anne: Yes. And I do believe that for a voice talent, if they were a target voice or the source voice, I think they would want to number one, it should be a permission-based model. Or they would want that. Also they would want fair compensation. And I, I agree with you saying that that compensation would be on a per job basis because there is, you know, the way that we determine usage now, if we're doing a McDonald's commercial, right, we have a certain time that we can use that. And we aren't able to use our voice for a competitor. So I think on a per job usage basis is wise, and that is going to be, from what I understand -- I mean, especially for you, because you're doing the AI development, right, and the products. And so now also to have a marketplace, that's a whole other ball game. So kudos to you for wanting to build that marketplace and to do it in a fair and ethical way. So when any of us go onto your website or marketplace, and we are, let's say recording on it or inputting our voice or sending you files, what is your policy in terms of who owns that voice? Alex: Yeah. Voice is owned by the person who, whose voice it is. Right? And there is quite clear legislation around that. So that's your IP and you own it. And without your permission, your voice cannot be used for something you have not authorized. So your recordings as a source speaker belong only to you. Recordings of converted speech, you get them. So you own the recordings of converted speech, if you're, if you use our voice marketplace on paid basis and that's quite clear and fair. Anne: Great. Okay. So how, going back to the ethics where you say that we don't allow any misuse of our technology, how do you actually prevent anybody from misusing your technology? Alex: Yeah. I mean, on example of the voice marketplace, you can not introduce any target voice, right? You cannot just put their voice of Donald Trump and try to say something in his voice because system does not allow it. Anne: Okay. Alex: And we do not have any public API or even non public API that would allow users or our partners to create target voices themselves. In those cases, when you need a particular voice to be cloned, always need to go through us. And we would require permission. And we actually require written permission, or in cases when we've worked with big and legit studios, we can put it on their shoulders. So they would need to get the permission themselves. The second part of protecting our technology from misuse is actually bringing awareness about existence of this technology. And we did plenty of projects that were focused more -- mostly on bringing awareness like Nixon project we did in 2019 with MIT. And the whole idea of the project was to make Richard Nixon say the speech that was written in case if moon landing (?) goes wrong, actually showcase what modern technologies can do to change our understanding of history. And this educational part is extremely important because we all understand that this type of very fine technology could -- would fall in wrong hands in the future -- Anne: Absolutely. Alex: -- and that's in quite foreseeable future. And the thing is we can protect ourselves only being aware that voice can be manipulated. Anne: Yes. Alex: Like if we're aware that something that is typed in the newspaper could not be true. Though. Our grandparents or grand-grandparents used to believe in everything that was typed. So that's, that's about how we treat the information we receive. And that's about awareness. Another thing we work on is to create a watermark, and the idea of watermark -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- the watermark to be able to tell Respeecher generated content from any other content. That's been quite complex and hard task because with our technology, you can generate a very small file and to put there a legit watermark, you will need to have this balance of watermark being not hearable -- Anne: Right. Alex: -- but being not easily removable. Anne: Right. Alex: And keeping this balance in very short chunks is quite hard task, but I hope in next year, we would release the watermark. Another thing we are doing, we are actually working in several communities that are designed with the idea of building detection of synthetic speech algorithms that would detect synthetic speech or synthetic images. And we are providing our samples, we are providing our recordings that sound very indistinguishable in order to improve those algorithms. And the idea is those algorithms should be created and adopted as soon as possible, and big platforms -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- that distribute content like YouTube or Facebook should have this stuff embedded there. So it would just notify people that this recording or this video might have been manipulated. And that's quite important thing to do. Anne: I agree, especially after hearing samples on your webpage, how really good your technology is, because it is encapsulating like the emotion. And I can only imagine for us, it makes us like doubly scared. You know, text-to-speech, synthetic voices is already scary, but this is an extra kind of step where it sounds so real that -- and especially how can you tell? Let's say that, you know, somehow my voice gets out there, or somehow the model of what I said gets out there, and how do I know that I approved that and allowed that to happen or allowed that usage? So I think it's great that yes, you should get those models out there and that watermarking out there as soon as possible on all platforms. Because I also think for us to be able to give the permission and to know where our voice is being used and for the people listening, they need to know that what they're listening to may not be human or may be altered. So good stuff. Alex: Yeah. That's correct. Anne: Yeah. Alex: However, I want to contradict you a bit about letting viewers of the film be obligatorily notified about synthetic speech being part of that. I mean, viewers are not notified about effects, about postproduction that has been made to speech. And you can think about some cases -- Anne: True. Alex: -- when our stuff is more like a postproduction technique, like we de-age some voice. So an actor acts themselves, but they sound younger, right? It's nothing bad with this use case and you don't obligatory need to have like a huge notification -- Anne: Right. Alex: -- on the center of the screen that -- Anne: Right. Alex: -- this audio has been manipulated. Because if you think about dinosaurs in Jurassic park, you don't have -- Anne: Yeah. Alex: -- and you don't expect to have those -- Anne: Sure. Alex: -- notifications that this creature does not exist, or Terminator, or like that's a creative part of things. And in cases, if it used in postproduction or as a creative tool, it shouldn't be there in my opinion. But in cases when it's, it might consist of controversial content, it my consist of alternative history content, when someone like Anthony Bourdain never actually say these lines, even if he wrote it himself, the notification should be in place. Because in such cases, we always encourage our clients and documentary creators to be very straightforward and tell their listeners that voice has been modified. Synthesized. Anne: Excellent point, excellent point. Thank you for that. Wow. So this has just been a wonderful conversation. Thank you so much for educating us and talking about your product. Respeecher. How can BOSSes get in touch with you if they're interested to find out more, or maybe try it out, or maybe be a voice, how can they get in touch with you? Alex: Yeah, so you just basically go to our website, respeecher.com, and you can hear a lot of examples, read our blog, read our ethics statements, look some projects we finished, and we can actually talk about, because there are plenty of projects that have delayed PR rights for us. And you can easily try voice marketplace. You can try the same core technology that we are using for Hollywood for your needs. And we would really appreciate the feedback because voice marketplace is something quite new for us -- Anne: Yes. Alex: -- but we want this to be a very good creative tool and tool that would let voice actors do what they do best, act, without being limited to their timbre, and creators be focused on creative opportunities without being limited to necessity of finding a particular vocal timbre. And sometime it's very hard to find. Anne: Wow. Well, thank you so very much for joining me today. I'm going to give a great, big shout-out to our sponsor ipDTL that allowed me to connect with Alex today. You can find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week, and I'll see you next week. Thanks so much, Alex. Alex: Thank you, Anne. Anne: Bye-Bye. Alex: Bye. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. 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YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo Fernández nos habla de los deportes!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 5:45


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta una anécdota muy divertida que ocurrió en el ámbito deportivo, así que no dejes de escucharlo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
236: Luna

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 66:01


Esta semana, bajo los rayos embrujados de la luna. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Szkoda czasu na złe seriale - Radio TOK FM
"I tak po prostu" powrócił "Seks w Wielkim Mieście". Recenzujemy na gorąco

Szkoda czasu na złe seriale - Radio TOK FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 33:21


Kogo zabrakowało w serialu? Czy Carrie nadal jest z Bigiem? Kto umarł? Czy są szpilki od Manolo? I po co to wszystko? Odpowiadamy na najbardziej palące pytania tuż po premierze spin-offu kulturowego Seksu w Wielkim mieście, dwadzieścia lat po premierze. A nasz adres mailowy to seriale@tok.fm

Tiflo Audio
Tiflo Audio 178 – Bose Frames Tempo: Nuevas gafas bluetooth con sonido de alta calidad

Tiflo Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 22:14


En este episodio, Manolo presenta las características principales de las nuevas gafas de sol deportivas con audio de audio Bose Frames Tempo. Comienza explicando las diferencias entre los audífonos de tipo de oído abierto como los de conducción ósea y los compara con la tecnología OpenAudio de Bose. La misma permite a las personas ciegas … Seguir leyendo Tiflo Audio 178 – Bose Frames Tempo: Nuevas gafas bluetooth con sonido de alta calidad →

CINETROLA
And Just Like That...we´re back

CINETROLA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 50:47


Carrie, Miranda y Charlotte volvieron a Nueva York para seguir contándonos sus historias y comer papitas. Nos falta una y la extrañamos, pero de alguna forma siempre está presente. En este episodio Barbi debate sobre los primeros dos capítulos de And Just Like That y llora por los Manolo en el piso de la ducha ysi.

Receta Del Exito
630: “Cómo potenciar tu Ecommerce” con Manolo Atala

Receta Del Exito

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 20:48


Manolo Atala es un emprendedor que se dedicó a brindar capitales de crecimientos a ecommerce, la nueva economía digital. Manolo menciona la importancia de conocer nuestro modelo de negocio y la propuesta de valor que se ofrece, porque al final del día le vendemos a los clientes y a los inversionistas, para ello hay que tener una historia que tenga sentido. Como tip de éxito nos menciona, que si tienes la oportunidad de hacer algo, no dejes de hacerlo, no te quedes pensando y ejecuta. Suscribete y Visitanos en:  www.RecetaDelExito.com Apple Podcast (iTunes): https://apple.co/2Igcnoh Listo para Crear tu Podcast? www.CursoDePodcastGratis.com Twitter Handle: @alexdalirizo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/recetadelexito/ RDExito: http://recetadelexito.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexdalirizo/ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=508313&refid=stpr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3cmJqVs

YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo nos trae lo mejor de los deportes!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 2:18


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta sobre los partidos de fútbol que se jugaron ayer, así que no te pierdas ningún detalle aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
235: Random XI

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:20


Ya van 11. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Curiosidad científica
Depresión científica con el gran Manolo de Manolotheshow

Curiosidad científica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 99:30


Nos fuimos en la filosofía de todo lo que significa física. Esta conversación con el gran Manolo se va desde lo insignificante que somos, hasta las múltiples dimensiones y de los maceo a lo micro, ósea, física cuántica a la Newtoniana. Busca a Manolo en @Manolotheshow en sus redes y a mi como @curiosidadcientificapodcast mis libros en el link y Amazon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/agustin-valenzuela/support

Tiempo de Juego
Manolo Oliveros anuncia la fecha de su regreso: "Estaremos el día 12 en El Sadar"

Tiempo de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 4:14


Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast
Ep 86 - El Poder de el Pan de Lemy

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 62:24


El Poder de el Pan de Lemy es muy fuerte. La verdad para mí es un lenguaje del amor. Y también lo fue para Manolo cuando viajo miles y miles de millas con un bollo de Pan sobao de Lemy por un polvo. (Esto es un anuncio no pagado, pero díganle a Lemy que si nos quiere auspiciar… yo tengo un montón de historias sexuales por un bollo de Pan Sobao de Lemy) Levittown en la casa corillouuu! Disfruten este viaje donde Manolo y Virginia se cagan en to' y las locuras como padrastro en busca del amor. #pandelemy #puertorico #comediapr #girlwiththesolocup ❤️Síguenos en las redes: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlwiththe... YouTube: https://youtu.be/WdJvl67Z9XU   Twitter: https://twitter.com/grlwthesolocup​

YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo nos cuenta todo sobre los deportes!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 5:01


Manolo Fernández nos trae todos los detalles del mundo deportivo, así que no te los pierdas aquí con Yordi en exa.

YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo nos habla del concierto de los 90's Pop Tour!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 8:13


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta todos los detalles sobre este gran concierto, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
234: Borracho

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 75:28


Esta semana venimos borrachos. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

YORDI EN EXA
Manolo Fernández nos cuenta de los partidos de fútbol de ayer

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 4:32


Manolo Fernández nos habla sobre los partidos de fútbol que se suscitaron ayer, así que no te pierdas ningún detalle aquí con Yordi en exa.

Tiflo Audio
Tiflo Audio Podcast 177 – Nuevas funciones de la actualización 1.2 para las líneas Braille Mantis y Chameleon

Tiflo Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 24:22


En este episodio, Manolo presenta varias de las nuevas opciones integradas en la actualización 1.2 para las líneas Braille Mantis Q40 y Chameleon de la American Printing House (APH). Para el Mantis, Manolo hizo una demostración de como transferir textos desde la app interna del editor y copiarlos en en Windows, la Mac y el … Seguir leyendo Tiflo Audio Podcast 177 – Nuevas funciones de la actualización 1.2 para las líneas Braille Mantis y Chameleon →

Dynasty Hotsauce Podcast
Byron Pringle is the Future! w/@dff_grind aka Manolo!!!

Dynasty Hotsauce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 54:22


Alright, Alright, Alright! YEAH!!! The Dynasty Hot Sauce boys are joined by their HQ1 leaguemate @dff_grind aka Manolo! They get into: - The Dynasty Trades HQ listener league (HQ1)  - @ffLarryMonkey finally unloads Byron Pringle! To Manolo! - Calvin Ridley Price Check! - They are who we thought they were! B Cooks & M Williams! - #FCEliminator Toilet Time!!! - Trades! 

YORDI EN EXA
Manolo Fernández nos habla de lo que pasa en los deportes

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 4:15


Te contamos todo lo que está sucediendo en el mundo de los deportes, así que no dejes de escucharnos aquí con Yordi en exa.

YORDI EN EXA
Manolo nos trae una nota muy interesante

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 4:24


Manolo Fernández nos trae una nota deportiva que no te puedes perder, aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
233: Stranger in a Strange Land

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 63:50


Esta semana: Stranger in a strange land, AKA yo. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Mi Mejor Error
#022 Mi Mejor Error - Manolo Fernández

Mi Mejor Error

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 45:51


Manolo, productor, conductor, locutor, padre de familia y estupendo esposo, quizo estudiar para veterinario y la vida lo sorprendió, nos cuenta que no ha sido nada fácil, ha tenido la oportunidad de ver a través de sus errores y lograr convertirlos en aciertos. Actualmente produce junto con Yordi Rosado "La Entrevista con Yordi Rosado" la cual ha alcanzado mas de 100 millones de reproducciones y tiene muchos planes para seguir arriesgando y aprender de sus fallas. No te pierdas este episodio Instagram @SoyManoloFer ********************************   Deja tus comentarios abajo y síguenos en nuestras redes. IG @danmerlo https://www.instagram.com/danmerlo/ TW @danymerlo https://twitter.com/danymerlo/ FB @danymerlo.oficial https://www.facebook.com/danymerlo.oficial YouTube @DanyMerlo https://www.youtube.com/danymerlooficial

Getting to the Root of it with Venus Roots
Hands Off Cuba, with Manolo De Los Santos

Getting to the Root of it with Venus Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 44:11


In this episode, Niki interviews Manolo De Los Santos, a Caribbean popular educator and the two discuss the November 15th protests in Cuba, what narratives we should be mindful of in hopes of supporting the lives of Cuban people on the island, and the dangers of advocating for US intervention. Manolo is the co-executive director of The People's Forum in NYC.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Polifonía
232: Amor no correspondido

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 82:03


Esta semana, en el friendzone. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Box Press
For Long-term Success in the Family Biz, Look to Daughters (Feat. Raquel Quesada) | Box Press Ep. 51

Box Press

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 62:53


When you share a cigar, you open up to each other. It's no different for Raquel Quesada who  grew up in a cigar dynasty. She revealed some never-told stories to Boveda's Rob Gagner over Quesada 1974 cigars at 2021 PCA in Las Vegas.  Raquel talked openly about childhood hijinks; the least favorite training rotation of cigar operations; secret grows on the Quesada tobacco farm; and blending swaps she pulled on her dad, Manuel "Manolo" Quesada. As president and owner of the family-owned cigar factory, Manolo raised two strong daughters to succeed in the C-suite boy's club of premium cigars.  Highlights of the cigar conversation with Quesada include:  Shaking her booty to Dance VXN (1:07) Tweaking tobacco blends in dad's cigar recipe (13:52) Coloring a box of cigars for consistency (16:07) Making your mark to get what you paid for (18:47) Studying and working at a tobacco shop in Boston—a tropical girl in the snow (21:20) Playing well with competitors strengthens the Dominican cigar industry (27:41) Jamming in a band with Nirka Reyes, Abe Flores, Litto Gomez and “Henke” Kelner (30:21) Being kids on a tobacco farm—Quesada exclusive (31:44) Putting the Quesada name on a cigar for the first time with the Quesada 35th anniversary blend (38:16) Hatching crazy ideas to expand the cigar brand—origin story of the of Quesada Oktoberfest (41:51) How Raquel Quesada is similar to Manolo Quesada (46:44) How Raquel Quesada is different than her dad (47:47) Growing wrapper for an upcoming cigar release—Quesada exclusive (1:00:15)    Quesada Cigars protects its premium cigars by packaging with Boveda. You can protect your cigars just like cigars makers. Preserve your passion with Boveda, makers of 2-way humidity control for cigars, easy seasoning for wood humidors, humidor bags and one-step hygrometer calibration kits. Shop Boveda for cigars here: https://store.bovedainc.com/collections/boveda-for-tobacco (https://store.bovedainc.com/collections/boveda-for-tobacco) Quesada Cigars is a family-owned Dominican cigar operation. Its best known brands are Quesada, Casa Magna, Heisenberg and Fonseca cigars. Learn more about Quesada Cigars http://quesadacigars.com/ (http://quesadacigars.com/) Check Out More of Boveda Cigar Exclusives: For My Humidor | Manuel Quesada (patriarch of Quesada Cigars) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR8Gkx47YQQ&t=10s How Ferio Tego Cigars are Like Your Favorite Song (Feat. Michael Herklots) | Box Press Ep. 49 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYX2VJeHTjI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYX2VJeHTjI) How to set up a new wood humidor with the Boveda Humidor Starter Kit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sub3mPJo1Tg&t=1s

Guild of Calamitous Podcasts: An Unofficial Venture Bros. Podcast

Rilo and Garden talk mouse religions, antiheroes, and how much they love Manolo as they look at “Rapacity In Blue”! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calamitouspodcast/support

YORDI EN EXA
¡Manolo Fernández nos habla de los deportes!

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 4:07


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta todos los detalles sobre lo que está ocurriendo en los deportes, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

YORDI EN EXA
Manolo Fernández nos habla de lo que pasó en los deportes

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 11:04


Manolo Fernández nos cuenta todos los detalles sobre lo que sucedió en el fútbol, la F1 y mucho más, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Polifonía
231: Sueños

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 69:07


Esta semana estamos hasta en tus sueños... como Freddy Krueger. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast
EP 84 - Le Cagaron el Bich0

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 74:05


Puede que este episodio sea el mas nasty y el nivel de asco fue aumentando mientras más se elaboraba la conversación; empezando por los STDs de preferencia a diarrea consistencia frosty en el bicho. En el episodio de hoy Manolo nos cuenta de su experiencia con el Viagra y las mamadas del Payaso Remy. Yo termine hablando de el sexo anal despues de Chipotle y confieso que he utilizado mi vibrador de despertador. ✌

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast
EP 81 - POR CUANTO VENDERIAS UNA FOTO DEL ROTO?

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 96:27


En este episodio hablamos de política, del webo de Manolo, por cuanto vendería una foto del roto, orgias, y por que la mujer es el sexo superior entre otras. ❤️Síguenos en las redes: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlwiththe... YouTube: https://youtu.be/gXxMgGJivck  Twitter: https://twitter.com/grlwthesolocup​

Polifonía
230: Los tres perros rebeldes en la noche

Polifonía

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 77:38


Esta semana RBD y Three Dog Night. La historia de la que les hablamos en el episodio la encuentran aquí: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z12ISVpdh60. Puedes escuchar nuestra lista de reproducción en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22buw5b4zspmcn2vfnkrgzrfq/playlist/2GS9EEwV5mqyAkOo6NUfjg?si=ppvmnHARQrK-ytxNgBf9cQ Puedes seguir el podcast en nuestra nueva cuenta de Twitter: @PolifoníaPod. El Patreon de Manolo es: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos El Patreon de Catástrofe es: https://www.patreon.com/Catastrofe

YORDI EN EXA
Yordi en exa 21 de octubre (Programa Completo)

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 70:40


Disfruta de un programa sin igual en compañía de Yordi y Manolo, pues jugamos caricaturas y además Hugo Corona nos trae las mejores recomendaciones de lo que podemos ver en cines y plataformas, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Cultura Secuencial
Rated "M" for Manolo | Noob Talks Ep. 69 ft. The Manolo Show

Cultura Secuencial

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 112:09


En este episodio de Noob Talks Punker, Pixel, Quico y El Watcher conversan sobre los próximos DLCs de Animal Crossing: New Horizons, los story trailers de Gotham Knights y Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, el estreno de Back 4 Blood y otros temas relacionados a los videojuegos que sobresalieron en esta semana junto a Manolo de twitch.tv/TheManoloShow. ¡Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon! Visita: https://www.patreon.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Síguenos y Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch! Visita: https://www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Twitter! Visita: https://twitter.com/CultSecuencial ¡Síguenos en Instagram! Visita: https://www.instagram.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Facebook! Visita: https://www.facebook.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Subscríbete a nuestro canal de YouTube! Visita: https://www.youtube.com/culturasecuencial --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/support

Alejandro Gil
COMO CORRER 4 PANADERIAS Y 3 RESTAURANTES EXITOSOS | LA EMBARRE EP.21 | Mateo Cidre

Alejandro Gil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 64:55


En este episodio de La Embarre, entreviste a Mateo Cidre, dueño de las cuatro panaderías Sobao y de los tres restaurantes La Bodeguita de Manolo. Hablamos de su historia , cómo pude expandir su negocio, como la embarro y por qué decidió meterse de presidente de la Asociación de Restaurantes de Puerto Rico. Aparte que nos cuenta de cómo se debe correr un negocio y cual debe de ser la prioridad. Así que espero que disfruten de esta super entrevista.

Dr. Gameshow
70. Manolo's Bench

Dr. Gameshow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 72:33


Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: What Is Wrong With Dr. Gameshow Listeners submitted by Hannah Monday, Hangout Babies submitted by Lewis Powell from Buffalo, New York, and Sandwich Kittens submitted by Marceline GotharCallers: Christine, Jordan, and Jasper from Missoula, Montana; Finnbar & Ian from Hightstown, New Jersey; Amy from Burlington, Vermont; Anna from Carrboro, North Carolina; Grandma Mo & Dorothy (Dot) from Green Bay, Wisconsin; Julia, A.K., and Bleu from Wellston, Oklahoma; Chad from Seattle, Washington; Adelaide from Ann Arbor, Michigan; Sam & Dean from Seattle, Washington; Dave from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; Eliah from Silverton, Oregon; Kali & John from Columbus, Ohio; Amy & Gabriel from Modesto, CaliforniaOutro theme harpsichord cover by Chris Lambie-Hanson from Richmond, VirginiaThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/GAMESHOW!