MTSU place kicker, Matt Crews, brings IndyCar to Nashville. Ok, technically thats true, buttt.......Listen to this episode of DrivinLife and hear about the path Matt took from MTSU place kicker to CEO of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
On this week's episode of the ASOR Podcast, we take a look back at Liberty's win over UAB last week. We also talk to Brett McMurphy to get his thoughts on Liberty and conference realignment. A representative from the Jokers also joined us to discuss their student group. The Liberty Line is back with this week's best picks and Kyle Rode is back with his men's hoops update. This episode is sponsored by Young's Sealcoating.
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During this final episode of the series, 3 Ableton Certified Trainers share their favorite Max For Live devices and how they use them. Dan interviews Misty Jones, Adam Fangsrud, and Melanie Frisoli as they share their devices categorized by Instruments, Special Effects, Utility/ Workflow Enhancements, Video, and more. Click here for a list of each Max For Live device mentioned (in order) or visit: Liveproducersonline.com/post/ep-94-max-for-live Adam Fangsrud has been an Ableton Certified Trainer since 2011. He is the owner and head engineer at Red Sun Mastering and plays in the electropop duo Flatliner, as well as producing solo techno as Kro. In addition to private instruction, Adam teaches Ableton Live for the Austin, TX based 'Dadageek Academy'. He is equally capable in the hardware and software realms, specializing in production, mixing, mastering, sound design and generative composition using Max for Live. AdamFangsrud.com Mélanie Frisoli is a composer, sound designer, field recordist, trained audio engineer and educator based in Montreal. She is the first female Ableton Certified Trainer in Canada, with over fifteen years of experience in the music industry. Mélanie has released six albums under the name Mell, and spent years traveling around the globe performing full-time. She has also composed music for documentaries and theater plays, and is an expert using Max For Live. MelanieFrisoli.com Misty Jones is a Nashville-based music producer and assistant professor at Middle Tennessee State University and has been an Ableton Live user since 2007. She went on to receive a Master of Music degree in Music Technology Innovation at Berklee Valencia in Spain, where she developed her “Orbit Suit,” using Live and controllers to “remix” a guitar player in real time on stage. In addition to teaching synthesis, MIDI and Ableton Live at MTSU, she devotes time to the scholarly research of pop music evolution and trends, training producers and developing curriculum. In her spare time, she loves remixing, mashups and sample/granular-based composition. Linktr.ee/mistyjonesmusic Episode Is Supported By Melodics.com Melodics is a desktop app that helps you build your skills playing MIDI keyboards, pad controllers, or electronic drums. Check out the free trial and start having more fun while practicing at Melodics.com Save money purchasing the latest version of Ableton Live LiveProducersOnline.com/BuyAbleton Join the newsletter and be the first to receive new podcast episodes, as well as Ableton Live downloads, special events, and more: Liveproducersonline.com/newsletter
Jared is joined by guest co-host Stephen Whitaker this week to recap UTSA's sloppy but dominative performance against Middle Tennessee. The Blue Raiders won't be the only Volunteer State opponent the Roadrunners see this month, as UTSA hits the road to Memphis to face the Tigers in the Liberty Bowl. 05:17 - A nearly-fatal UTSA turnover provides a teaching moment for UTSA's "perfect effort" culture pillar 13:31 - How UTSA was able to open the flood gates on sacks after failing to notch any through their first two games 21:40 - We're really happy Denzel Feaster isn't a Kansas Jayhawk anymore 28:36 - UTSA's offense against MTSU could be considered to be in a malaise 31:38 - Realizing that "bad" games for Frank Harris and Sincere McCormick would be exemplary for this UTSA offense just a few short years ago 46:36 - Memphis has been really, really, really successful in football over the past seven years 52:09 - Mississippi State found new ways to lose a game despite dominating Memphis in the stats columns 57:28 - Breaking down Memphis' personnel groups and standout players
Official Picks // >> 4:00 VT @ WVU (-2.5) > 6:30 Purdue (+7.5) @ ND > 8:45 Alabama @ Florida (+14.5) > 12:50 Fresno (+10) @ UCLA > 15:50 MTSU (+12.5) @ UTTSA > 16:25 South Carolina @ Georgia (-31.5)>Cincy @ Indiana >>Maryland @ Illinois >>Nebraska @ Oklahoma >>MSU @ Miami >>Minnesota @ Colorado >>Nevada @ Kansas State >>Tulsa @ Ohio State >>USC @ Washington State >>Auburn @ Penn State >>FSU @ Wake Forest EPL Plays 30:30//
Roth Report Part 1. Rick is joined by Bill to talk about new sponsor the University Club of Virginia Tech, working with Eddie Royal on the MTSU game and hanging with Bruce Ariens of the Bucs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Hokies move to 2-0, even though it wasn't the sharpest of victories against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. Justin and Tim recap all of the action from week 2, and discuss what went right and wrong for Virginia Tech and how they can build off of that performance in the coming weeks. Also discussed is James Mitchell's season ending knee injury and how they can fill that void on offense. They also jump around the ACC and look at some of the leagues biggest games, injuries and more. Justin and Tim preview Virginia Tech's week 3 match-up against West Virginia, which used to be one of the more heated rivalries in college football. They discuss the keys to the game for the Hokies to come out on top, why they think Vegas has them as an underground, and take a look at West Virginia's track record to start off the 2021 season. They also bring you their week 3 picks in the betting lines segment, featuring the top 6 games in the ACC and two wildcard match-ups to keep an eye on. All that and more on this week's episode of Chowder and Grits – The Podcast for Virginia Tech and ACC Sports!
00:00 - We went back into the Alamodome for the first time in two years. Quite a bit has changed since then! We shared our game day experiences, as well as some positive and negative observations. 25:30 - There wasn't a whole lot to talk about this week as UTSA won so handedly, but we highlighted a few standouts from last week's game over Lamar and shared some impressions from the performance. 41:30 - Our preview of the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, a team who hasn't really had a fair matchup so far this season. MTSU has some great players, but are they strong enough as a team to knock off the red hot Roadrunners? 55:37 - Conference USA didn't do quite as well in week two as they did in week one, but it wasn't an awful showing for the conference. We recap that action, as well as the week three slate.
This episode we recap what went down on Saturday in Blacksburg between MTSU and the Hokies. While not the rout many had hoped for the Hokies were able to come away with a solid victory as they look toward their big Week 3 matchup with WVU in Morgantown. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode we look at the Hokies Week 2 match up against the Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders. We breakdown what the Hokies will need to do to avoid a letdown after their big Week 1 victory. Also included is our weekly picks against the spread. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
1-0! It's been a while, but VT finally got a win over a top-10 team in Lane. The defense dominated, and the offense did what it needed to do to secure the victory. It was quite a night in Blacksburg. Robbie and Pete recap all the action, emphasizing the incredible defensive performance, particularly the excellence across the DL. The guys then turn their attention to Middle Tennessee State. The Hokies have to take care of business this week to set up a huge matchup with WVU. Once again, every episode is brought to you by Downtown Crown Wine and Beer and Dominion Wine and Beer, the official sponsor of Two Deep's 2021 football coverage.
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Drs. Sara Shirley and Jeff Stark Synopsis: The assistant professors of economics and finance explain their research into the impact of Twitter on the American stock market.
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Bethany Hall Synopsis: The MTSU alumna and employee of the Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County will be in Oahu through January 2022 helping the federal government's POW/MIA Accounting Agency locate battlefields and remains of U.S. servicemen.
Kevin Byard is entering his sixth season as a safety in the NFL. He was selected in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft by Tennessee and in his second year, was named First-Team All-Pro after leading the league in interceptions. From 2017 through 2019, Byard led the NFL with 17 interceptions. In college at Middle Tennessee State, Byard set school records with 19 career interceptions, 377 interception return yards and four interception returns for touchdowns. He finished sixth in MTSU history with 312 career tackles. Today on the podcast, Kevin Byard talks with his former teammate Wesley Woodyard and podcast host Jason Romano about the upcoming season, his love for Jesus and how his faith has helped him grow as a player, a person and a leader. Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Rebecca Fischer Synopsis: The director of the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic and coordinator of the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program explains the innovations that kept students on their degree tracks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Helen Binkley and Dr. Kristi Phillips Synopsis: The Department of Health and Human Performance faculty members explain how they helped athletic training majors continue their experiential learning during the pandemic.
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Kevin Downs Synopsis: The associate professor of poultry science reveals the results of his research into the way chickens react when they are offered various colors of chicken feed.
Chris and Mo visit with MTSU voice Chip Walters before previewing the Mountain West football conference. As preseason predictions begin to come out for the 2021 NFL season, the Titans get no respect ... and that's trash can juice.
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Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Blake Whitfield Synopsis: The assistant professor in the School of Concrete and Construction Management describes his research into the use of unmanned aerial systems to obtain stormwater runoff prevention practices at construction sites.
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Ron Messier Synopsis: The emeritus professor of history describes his first novel, "The Mapmaker and the Pope," in which an eager young Muslim scholar encounters Pope Sylvester II.
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Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Carmelita Dotson, et. al. Synopsis: The lecturer in the Department of Social Work and colleagues from a faculty learning community discuss the MT Engage program, exchanging teaching ideas, and the power of inclusive learning.
Harlin Sanchez graduated with Web Development Cohort 46. I've always been fascinated by technology. This fascination is what drove me to major in Computer Science at MTSU, and eventually took me to NSS. Always learning, always improving, always as passionate about it all as ever.
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Dan Smith is an associate professor of economics at Middle Tennessee State University and directs the Political Economy Research Institute at MTSU. Alex Salter is an associate professor of economics at Texas Tech University. Dan and Alex join David on a special live episode of Macro Musings to discuss their new book, Money and the Rule of Law: Generality and Predictability in Monetary Institutions. Specifically, they discuss knowledge and incentive problems in setting monetary policy, what is meant by “rule of law,” how to make monetary policy accountable, centralized versus decentralized forms of digital currencies, thoughts on free banking, and much more. Transcript for the episode can be found here: https://www.mercatus.org/bridge/tags/macro-musings Alex's Twitter: @alexwsalter Alex's website: https://www.awsalter.com/ Alex's Free Market Institute profile: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/freemarketinstitute/people/salter.php Daniel's Twitter: @smithdanj1 Daniel's website: http://www.danieljosephsmith.com/about.html Daniel's MTSU profile: https://www.mtsu.edu/faculty/daniel-j-smith Related Links: *Seigniorage in a Cross-Section of Countries* by Reid W. Click https://www.jstor.org/stable/2601207 *Money and the Rule of Law: Generality and Predictability in Monetary Institutions* by Peter J. Boettke, Alexander William Salter, and Daniel J. Smith https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/money-and-the-rule-of-law/C825E982EDE5BD2BE41A99464DC885DB David's blog: macromarketmusings.blogspot.com David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth
Proponents of voting restrictions such as those recently enacted in Georgia have argued that these laws will restore voters' faith in democracy. History, however, offers a long list of reasons to be skeptical. In this episode, Bob and Ben are joined by Ben's MTSU history colleague Dr. Louis Woods for a conversation on the history of voting laws and the ways that ostensibly neutral changes have been used to exclude people of color, as well as the ways that new laws will likely impact access to voting in Georgia. Dr. Louis Woods is an Associate Professor of African-American History and the Presidential Fellow for Social Justice and Equality at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). His previous contributions to The Road to Now include “#118 The GI Bill and the Legacy of Racial Discrimination” and “I Can't Breathe: Surviving the Dual Pandemic of Racism & Covid 19,” which he produced independently for our podcast. This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher. The Road to Now is part of the Osiris Podcast Network.