Kristopher Ragnstam is the creative force behind The Owe Us, a rock/alternative/electronic band from Sweden. Kris recently released the band's new album, Kram, to much critical acclaim. Kris and I sat down for our second talk on the podcast. We discussed how he manages to balance the raw energy of musical performance while maintaining a certain level of polish. We cover philosophical approaches to gear choice, including his healthy "headache" mixing console and his 2006 computer. Kris also talks about collaborating with others and the importance of keeping a healthy relationship with bandmates. Listen on Apple or Stitcher or Google or Spotify; watch on YouTube Show Notes: They Owe Us - https://www.theyoweus.com Kram - https://www.bengans.se/sv/artiklar/they-owe-us-kram-limited-edition-with-signed-and-hand-numbered-riso-poster.html Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theyoweus/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheyOweUs/ Extinct Audio Microphones - https://www.extinctaudio.co.uk 1st Music Production Podcast Appearance - https://brianfunk.com/blog/2019/7/10/they-owe-us Brian Funk Links: Website - https://brianfunk.com Intro Music Made with 4-Track Ableton Live Pack - https://brianfunk.com/blog/4track Ableton Live Pack Archive - https://brianfunk.com/blog/ableton-live-pack-archive Music Production Club - https://brianfunk.com/mpc Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/podcast Save 25% on Ableton Live Packs at my store with the code: PODCAST - https://brianfunk.com/store Thank you for listening. Please review the Music Production Podcast on your favorite podcast provider! And don't forget to visit my site https://BrianFunk.com for music production tutorials, videos, and sound packs. Brian Funk
Recording a podcast is hard. I knew it would be but it continues to be. I am so proud of myself for doing this and sticking with it like I do. In this episode, I find more things to cheer myself on about, however, it's hard sometimes to do so. Do any of you feel that way? Find it difficult to be your biggest advocate. We are all works in progress. I find myself in an emotional reflection on my career journey including the trauma that came with closing my line Whitney Eve and fears of my job stability. After that, I walk you through a week in my work life PLUS share a little challenge with you to stay organized (I'm doing it too!). Thank you all for always supporting and sticking with me. xo This episode is brought to you by House of Wise, Vitruvi and Under the Canopy. House of Wise is helping women take control of their sleep, sex, stress and strength through originally formulated and effective CBD products. As our partner, House of Wise wants to give all of you 20% off your first purchase. Simply go to houseofwise.co and use the promo code WITHWHIT to redeem your discount. Vitruvi creates beautiful diffusers and non-toxic essential oils to naturally and safely scent your space. Visit vitruvi.com/withwhit and use code WITHWHIT20 to get 20% off your next purchase. Under the Canopy is a sustainable home brand that creates products that are better for you, your home and our planet. Use code WITHWHIT at checkout for 25% off your next purchase at underthecanopy.com. This offer is valid until December 31st, 2021. Produced by Dear Media
On our last guest interview (oh god!), the squad is joined by masterful poet and overall champion Rachel McKibbens. Recording from the spooky, amazing bar she runs in Rochester, Rachel breaks down her comfort with violence, the power of stopping without providing an ending, the joy and uniqueness of her Pink Door retreat, and much more. NOTE: Make sure you rate us on Apple Podcasts and write us a review!
The third anniversary episode is finally here, thank you so much to everyone who submitted questions (especially the four amazing yayborhood members who sent theirs in by voice memo). I had been hoping to celebrate this milestone with a real life event, but this was still a pretty special way to reflect on the past few years with our new co-host, Ang (who also happened to co-host the very first episode ever back in 2018 - such a full circle moment). I could never have imagined then that we'd still be here three years later learning from incredible humans and welcoming new friends to the yayborhood each week. I'll never be able to say enough times how grateful I am for all of your support - I know I sound like a broken record, but I still pinch myself to get to create this show for you.As has been a recurring theme with #yaysofourlives lately, I got a major vulnerability hangover the minute we stopped recording and plunged into the depths of overthinking wanting to change all my answers straight away - it's so much easier being the one asking the questions!! Recording with Ang means you REALLY get the unfiltered, totally scattered, absolute goober versions of who we are (although I've always thought that was the beauty of podcasts - you hear how people are without an audience even though, of course, later there is an audience). Old me would have re-recorded to make my answers more articulate, considered and thorough but new me is practising what I preach and uploaded the whole thing without edits - done is better than perfect! As usual, we got carried away in the first half and I rushed a bit in the second half (hence wanting to redo my answers), but I REALLY enjoyed your diverse and interesting questions and hope there's some enjoyable listening somewhere in amongst our rambling.And yes, we did a little glow up to celebrate the milestone - ABOUT TIME! Felt like a great opportunity for a little refresh, since I whipped up our original assets in about 7 minutes without really thinking too much but then kept them for three years!+ Follow Ang here+ Announcements on Insta at @spoonful_of_sarah+ Join our Facebook community here+ Subscribe to not miss out on the next instalment of YAY!
Station: Radio Free Waves Bay Place of reception: Europe Frequency: 7298 kHz shortwave Date: October 24, 2021 Time: 13.19 UTC Transmitter location: unknown Transmitter power: unknown Receiver: Kenwood R-5000 Location of receiver: outdoor Antenna: 30-meter longwire Antenna location: outdoor, around 8 meters above Earth level Recording device: wav portable recorder
What an EPIC journey! Today is our LAST episode with Simone aka THE POLE PHYSIO. Don't be sad though, we are already talking about future episodes and can GUARANTEE she will be back ;). This week Steph and Renee uncover...... Concussions & Listener Questions with Simone aka. The Pole Physio! When Simone agreed to come to chat with us about all things pole injuries, there was some major fangirling going on! As expected, there was SOME MAJOR geeking out and this quickly became our longest podcast episode EVER! Given there is SO MUCH good stuff in here, the episode has been split into 3 parts! Part 1- A Physio's Perspective Part 2- Pole Injuries Part 3- Concussions & listener questions If you are a pole dancer, which of course you are, YOU NEED TO LISTEN to this series. So you might be wondering, who is the Pole Physio: Simone Muscat is the owner & founder of The Pole Physio Australia, aerialist, and APA Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. After feeling frustrated & fed up with the number of injuries and the lack of easily accessible evidence-based information for the pole community, Simone created the The Pole Physio to address this knowledge gap. The Pole Physio is an online service that provides free access information for pole dancers and aerialists all over the world to evidence-based physiotherapy, strength, and conditioning, anatomy, and conditioning blogs. The team of Physiotherapists at The Pole Physio aims to improve pole-specific training knowledge and reducing the number of aerial-related injuries worldwide. You can find The Pole Physio on Instagram, read her blogs here and even book an appointment from anywhere (expect the USA), in the world. Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chat with you and do a "tell us" segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
How Much Should I Spend on Dental Marketing? Episode #348 with Xaña Winans There is no magic formula for marketing. But there are ways to make good investments. And to help you figure out how much and where to spend on dental marketing, Kirk Behrendt brings back Xaña Winans, founder and CEO of Golden Proportions Marketing, for a guideline to better marketing decisions. If you want to invest in your own success and get ahead of your competition, listen to Episode 348 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: 55% of dentists are spending a minimum of $1,000 a month on marketing. A quarter of practices are spending over $5,000 a month on marketing. Lead generation is one area where you will see results. Invest in digital, such as SEO, paid search, and online reviews. Tracking is the only way you'll know whether you're getting a return. Recording calls is the best way to see if your marketing budget works. Your marketing needs to be consistent, and you need to give it time. There needs to be commitment from dentists and their practices for results. Quotes: “[Determining a marketing budget is] important because money is a driving factor for everybody. It's determining, ‘How do I spend enough money to get the results that I want, but I don't waste money that I could be taking home to my family?' So, if you are just guessing how much money to spend, it's going to constantly make you stressed and wonder if you're doing the right thing, ‘Am I spending it in the right places?'” (06:14—06:37) “[Jim Du Molin] did a huge survey to find out what doctors were spending. And over 55% of doctors are spending a minimum of $1,000 a month, which doesn't sound like that much. But what was interesting to me, just about a quarter of practices are spending over $5,000 a month on marketing, which is way more than I think most dentists would expect. They think, ‘I can just rely on referrals and internal marketing, absolutely free.' But I'd tell you what, if your practice isn't growing, that's probably why, because your competition is outspending you. They're getting brand awareness that you just don't have.” (07:55—08:30) “Once you're up and established, if you are cruising, you're a full practice, you've got tons of referrals coming in, you're still going to want to spend at least 2% to 3% of your gross collections every single month, if only because 8% of the American population moves every single year. You're going to, just by sheer people moving out of the area, lose some of your patients, so you have to keep investing.” (09:13—09:41) “Anything you spend on, you should be able to measure it and make sure it has a good ROI.” (10:39—10:44) “Your ROI is really going to depend on what you're measuring. There are actually five different places where your marketing money goes, and you have to measure ROI based on where it's spending. The first thing is foundational stuff. And it's really difficult to measure an ROI on things like designing a new logo, building a new website, doing a setup for SEO or paid search. Those are things you have to have, but they're usually one-time or one every couple of years expenses. So, that, don't expect ROI. It's just an expense. That's foundational stuff.” (11:34—12:10) “You're going to spend money on things called subscriptions. When you have Weave and LocalMed and RevenueWell and Swell, and some of these other review sources and online scheduling, they're still marketing expenses. You have to count that in your marketing budget. The ROI for those can also be really difficult to measure because they're more like internal marketing tools. They're things that you need to keep patients engaged, so I wouldn't be looking for a big ROI there either.” (12:12—12:44) “Where you're really going to see [results] is when you're spending money on lead generation. So, paid search, SEO, direct mail — if it's relevant in your market, television — if it's appropriate in your area, or radio, that is where the money
Sign up for The Real Wealth Solutions Report bit.ly/RWSReport.We host a twice monthly meet up that alternates between meeting in person and online, and at our most recent online meeting we were lucky enough to have Peter Badger and Keke Williams of Farmfolio and Global Investor Alliance join us for a presentation on their journey through real estate and international agricultural investing. Both topics are super interesting, and we wanted to take the opportunity to share it with all of you. Peter and Keke are working from a presentation and if you'd like to view it click on this link – https://youtu.be/9aLjx0puTV0 - to head over to our YouTube channel where you may watch the recording. Additionally, here is the link to our East Tennessee Multifamily Meetup group page where you will find more information about us as well as our upcoming meeting schedule.https://bit.ly/EastTNMultifamilyFBWe hope you enjoy listening and if you think of someone who might enjoy it as well, we appreciate you passing it along. Reach Greg at -Greg@realwealth.solutions or schedule a call - Calendly - Greg ScullyReach Darren at -Darren@realwealth.solutions or schedule a call - Calendly - Darren LightThanks for listening and, as always, an honest review or follow is greatly appreciated.
Don drifts off topic for a few minutes to extol the virtues of his new microphone. Hey, it cost money, so it's loosly financial.Then, on to listeners questions:What should be done with a pension distribution from a divorce settlement?What so we really think of cryptocurrencies?How should a young investor build a retirement portfolio?Do preferred stock ETFs make sense?
“We work with people who are unwilling to accept that life is going to be boring...people who want to go out and grow together, to be excited, to make things an adventure, to look at the next challenge as a mountain to climb rather than a drudgery to push through. We're looking for people who want to be better leaders, who want to show up more authentically and more intentionally as leaders, and who want to learn how to do that by canoeing or rock climbing or climbing mountains or backpacking and exploring.” -Knight Campbell Knight Campbell is Outdoor Guide, Leadership Coach and CEO of Cairn Leadership Strategies. His outdoor leadership programs fuse rigorous leadership study with gritty outdoor adventures designed to transform the lives and work environments of emerging leaders, business owners, and company executives. Before Cairn Leadership Strategies, Knight served as a U.S. Navy helicopter pilot, managed crucial military air operations, and taught leadership courses for the U.S. Naval Academy. In this episode, we discuss: How the outdoors facilitates team building and breaks down barriers Why checking in with colleagues outside of the office is so important How Knight plans adventures and structures outdoor leadership curricula How stepping outside of your comfort zone can accelerate your success Knight also talks about the health benefits of spending time outdoors and why three day-long breaks are essential to obtaining a healthy balance between work and life. We also asked Knight about his favorite adventures so far and what his business goals for Cairn Leadership are over the coming months. Recording this episode made us want to shut down the computer and get some fresh air! We hope it inspires you to get outside and explore the outdoors however you can. Connect with Knight: LinkedIn Cairn Leadership Strategies If you found this episode valuable, please share it with a friend or colleague. If you are a Service Academy graduate and want to take your business to the next level, you can join our supportive community and get started today. Subscribe and help out the show: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Also available on Google Podcasts, Spotify & Stitcher Leave us a 5-star review! Special thanks to Knight for joining me this week. Until next time! - Scott Mackes, USNA '01
four and a half men picking fights with B list podcasters and ur rolling on the mat at a MDMA match shout out to Tower Gang Podcast for letting us borrow their custom game this ep. follow el pulpo on twitter and listen to his not a podcast This week's closing song is Tiptoe Through the Tulips by Tiny Tim JOIN THE SHOW'S DISCORD SERVER where your penis will be measured against your will by our fed-o-meter so that you may be thusly judged Call our voicemail box at (312) 574-0765 and we'll play your message on the next show SUPPORT THE SHOW Follow us: Derek | Davie | Corporate Find us on Patreon and get access to bonus episodes
Friend of the show, Chris Basile of Pyrexia calls in to talk about their new album! heavyholepodcast.com 631 - 837 -3274 Music Featured - Pyrexia - Sermon of Mockery Pyrexia - Pawn to King Pyrexia - Unholy Requiem
My guest today is Stephen Kelly a songwriter, producer, and mixing engineer from Dublin, Ireland. His mission is to help musicians and engineers create stream-worthy music without spending a fortune on gear. He has produced and mixed music for independent and major label artists, as well as producing award-winning audio for animated series, Fortune 500 companies, and AAA games. His career started in Dublin, where he got his break writing music for TV ads. He then landed a role as a full-time engineer and sound designer with one of the top post-production studios in the country. From there, he moved to London to continue his career. During his time in London, he has become an award-nominated sound designer, helped to produce the voice of Walgreens, contributed to AAA games projects and continued to make music! You can learn everything you need to about his methods on his site, Understanding Audio. Thanks so much to Kirk Teachout for making our introduction. You can catch Kirk's podcast episode “4 STEPS TO 1.4 MILLION SPOTIFY PLAYS IN A YEAR” on RSR102. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://JZmic.com Use coupon ROCKSTARS to get 50% off select mics https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://www.youtube.com/user/adamaudiospeakers http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1Kfp2Z2JHRtfFJdQ3GDpwN?si=8219a5130e4c4578 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/320
Today's Topics: 1) Soros Gives $1 Million to group trying to defund police amid surge in crime https://www.theepochtimes.com/george-soros-gives-1-million-to-group-trying-to-defund-the-police-amid-surge-in-crime_3918790.html 2) OSHA will not make employers record worker side-effects from forced Covid vaccination https://www.westernjournal.com/osha-will-not-make-employers-record-worker-side-effects-forced-covid-vaccine/ 3, 4) 10 spiritual lessons from Saint Teresa of Avila https://catholicexchange.com/ten-spiritual-lessons-from-saint-teresa-of-avila
More than a reporter, Johnny “Kats” Katsilometes chronicles history in the making with his regular newspaper and online columns covering entertainment in Las Vegas. His many insightful observations has made him an integral part of that entertainment scene. And since magic is part of that world, Johnny covers it all from the small bars to the mega-casino shows where conjurors congregate. He loves magic and magicians. Some of you may remember that he was one of the guest “roasters” at the Mac King Roast at the S.A.M. Magic Convention in Las Vegas in January 2020. You can read his daily columns in the Las Vegas Review-Journal or catch him online with their digital edition, too. As he says, “I'm on page 3-A everyday and online all the time.” If you're planning a trip to Las Vegas and want to know what's happening, be sure to check out his column before you go. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize Recording our conversation was delayed by a day because of a scheduling conflict with another guest for his column. I was bumped by famed guitarist, Carlos Santana (see picture above.) But when we finally got together in the home of Murray Sawchuck, Johnny talked about some of what has been happening in Las Vegas as the ever-evolving scene changes and the baton seems to be passing from Cirque du Soliel shows to AGT (America's Got Talent) stars on the Strip. He also gave some advice on what shows he recommends seeing when you travel to Vegas. If you have current magic news that might be of interest to our listeners, then please send it to Scott Wells at email@example.com Download this podcast in an MP3 file by Clicking Here and then right click to save the file. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed by Clicking Here. You can download or listen to the podcast through Stitcher by Clicking Here or through FeedPress by Clicking Here or through Tunein.com by Clicking Here or through iHeart Radio by Clicking Here..If you have a Spotify account, then you can also hear us through that app, too. You can also listen through your Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices. Remember, you can download it through the iTunes store, too. See the preview page by Clicking Here National Magic week is traditionally the last 7 days of October (October 25th-31st). The purpose of National Magic Week is to celebrate the charitable work done by the S.A.M, S.A.M. Assemblies and S.A.M. members throughout the year. For more information on promoting yourself and/or your magic club, please visit the S.A.M. website by Clicking Here.
Recording date: 10/01/2021John Papa @John_PapaWard Bell @WardBellDan Wahlin @DanWahlinCraig Shoemaker @craigshoemakerNatalia Venditto @anfibiacreativaBrought to you byAG GridIonicResources:MongoDBCloud databaseACID Database PrinciplesRelational databaseDocument-Model databaseSQL (Structured Query Language)Referential integrity in databasesData localizationPostgreSQLThe Price of PeaceHemingway appHemingway's “Shortest story” contestTimejumps01:43 Guest introduction03:36 How do you think about databases in 2021?09:27 Sponsor: Ag Grid10:30 How do you break out various databases and when to use them?17:41 Databases in the cloud20:26 Stories of successful database decisions25:03 Sponsor: Ionic25:48 What kinds of issues did you have?28:51 Do we evolve past data schemas?36:01 What about relational integrity?38:33 When should I choose to go with MongoDB?41:16 Final thoughtsPodcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.
Ed Stasium is a musician, engineer, and producer with a career in music that spans almost 50 years. Getting his start at Tony Camillo's New Jersey studio, he went on to record Gladys Knight, The Ramones, Talking Heads, Living Colour, The Smithereens, Mick Jagger, and Motörhead, to name a few. In this episode, Ed gets in-depth about recording Gladys Knight's "Midnight Train to Georgia," his time with The Ramones, the first Talking Heads record, and his role in the building of New York's iconic Power Station. This is part one of a two-part interview.
A Baptist, a Methodist, and an Episcopalian walk into a Christmas party. Which one has more fun? Find out in today's message “The Baptists: The Way of the Believer.” This is a recording of the sermon portion of our service on 10/17//21
A Baptist, a Methodist, and an Episcopalian walk into a Christmas party. Which one has more fun? Find out in today's message “The Baptists: The Way of the Believer.” This is a recording of the our complete service on 10/17/21
Recording date: October 20 2021 06:55:44 PM US/Eastern Access recorded conference from a phone or computer. Dial the playback number, then enter the access code and reference number or click Conference Recording Ref 519 to play recording online. Playback number: (757) 841-1179 Access code: 776995 Reference Number: 519
How do you like your pancakes? Do you enjoy a little extra sweetness or maybe mix in peanut butter with some bananas...either way there is no doubt we get hungry in this episode talking about 7Leaf Flapjacks. Recording in the back of the Kush Dispensary, Katy, Chris and Marshall enjoy some uplifting flower from 7Leaf while we talking through all the latest news about Nightmare On Admiral Street Movie Night Oct 27. Stop into Kush for more info!
Whether it's food or music, Issa Dababneh of Jolly Man Food Company in Amman, Jordan, loves to produce. When the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily closed the doors of his restaurant and factory, Issa turned to his first production love—music—and Pandemic Beats was born.
Your company culture is more than just having a drink after work on Fridays or having foosball tables in the breakroom. It defines and shapes your work environment, and it's created by all of the programs, communications, and behaviors within your organization, not to mention your business goals and values. Building a good organizational culture takes time and effort. *** Are you interested in starting or growing a podcast AND business with the support of my team and a community of experienced podcasters? Join my Podcaster Pod. You get... Full access to my 8-module podcasting course taking you from idea to launch and everything in between. Equipment and tech, Recording and publishing. Scripts and templates. Everything! Access to me, my team, and a group of experienced podcasters through a private Slack channel Monthly Q&A calls with me and the other Podcaster Pod members. Quarterly Expert Calls Access to me and my network –– meaning I will introduce you to other influencers and people who can help you where it makes sense. Consider joining my new membership site for $27/month. Go to https://dannyozment.com/pod Use code JOINPODPOD to get a 1-month free trial. *** Do you have a website for your business or personal brand or are you building one? If so, then you need WPX hosting. I use WPX for all of my sites and so do many of our clients. For $25/month, WPX's Business Plan gives you Hosting for 5 Websites 10 GB Storage 100 GB Bandwidth Free SSL certificates The WPX Cloud Content Delivery Network They average around 30 second support response time 24/7/365 around the world Provide free unlimited site migration from any host to WPX, usually completed within 24 hours And they are fast because they never overload servers with hosting accounts, unlike so-called 'cheap' hosting which crumbles under any traffic load Sign up for the WPX Business Plan by visiting https://dannyozment.com/wpx *** Are you building an email list for your business or personal brand? If so, then you need ConvertKit. I use ConvertKit for my list and so do most of our clients. For $29/month, ConvertKit's Creator Plan manages up to 1,000 subscribers Provides unlimited landing pages & forms Sends email broadcasts Provides the ability to Sell digital products & subscriptions Has super fast Email support AND MOST IMPORTANTLY... Gives you Free migration from another tool AND Automated funnels & sequences Get a free 14-day trial of the Creator Plan by visiting https://dannyozment.com/convertkit *** My Recommended Resources - https://dannyozment.com/resources
Justin Meldal-Johnsen is an acclaimed bass player whose driving, energetic bass lines have earned him spots on stage and in the studio with a wide variety of the world's top acts, from Beck and Nine Inch Nails to St. Vincent and M83. He's also an accomplished songwriter, producer, and musical director with enough credits from those roles to rival those he's earned as a bassist. This week, he visits with host Josh Paul and shares some fantastic insight on his creative process, working with artists, what gear he uses, and great stories from the studio and the road.
Regularly recording yourself can help improve your drumming in SO many ways - so let's talk about it. As mentioned in the episode, my brand new recording course is available here: https://bit.ly/3lUIU81 The first 30 people can use code "recording30off" to save 30%! More on me and my Drum-Nerd stuff: https://linktr.ee/timbuell
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Hans Esquivel pulled up and shared his thoughts on being off social media, clingy girlfriends and red flags!Follow Hans here: https://www.instagram.com/hans_esquivel/ Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code IEFRIENDS at MANSCAPED.com! Hoodies almost sold out!ieinfriends.com Subscribe to us Patreon for exclusive episodes!https://www.patreon.com/ieinfriends Follow I.E In Friends here:https://shor.by/ieinfriends Saul V GomezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/saulvgomez/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Saulvgomez_ Cesar SoteloInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/iknowcesarTwitter - https://twitter.com/Caesar__0 Aaron CaraveoInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/airball_ie/twitter - https://twitter.com/aaron_caraveo Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:08:59 - Deleting social media00:12:24 - Fighting your friends friend00:15:06 - Superman is bi00:19:03 - Saving up for rainy days00:22:03 - Slut shaming is gay00:25:16 - Recording the homeless00:29:15 - Bitchassness of the week00:31:28 - Dave Chappell00:38:02 - How to deal with depression00:39:55 - Not checking your bank account00:40:22 - MySpace Music *00:42:34 - Getting tired of texting girls00:44:25 - Sexy Morning Voice00:48:40 - surviving a zombie apocalypse00:54:04 - Best way for the world to end00:55:34 - How long should you last in bed00:59:45 - What goes on in guys group chats01:03:46 - The boy down bad01:05:07 - Clingy Girlfriends01:07:32 - Will your wife work01:15:41 - Moving in with a couple01:20:02 - Red flags01:28:25 - Would you allow a hall pass01:39:49 - Funny faces during head01:40:51 - Kill F- Marry Halloween edition01:51:54 - Patreon Shout Outs01:57:49 - Outro
In this Episode I have an authentic talk with Pianist Emile Pandolfi who is the Author of Play It Like You Mean It. We talk about the importance of introducing music to kids, what does it take to build a skill with or without a natural talent.We also discuss mindset, and why he wrote his newly released book, what type of information is found in the book, and there is information that you can take away from this episode. Here is a bit more on today's guest!! I enjoyed this conversation. — EMILE PANDOLFIWith more than half a billion streams across platforms including Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music, Emile Pandolfi ranks among America's most popular piano artists.Although the majority of his performance repertoire is lush, intricate arrangements of Broadway and pop standards, his influences are, in fact, more classical than pop. It is this subjective layering of classical style, which Pandolfi infuses into the broad palette of his performance selections, that continues to resonate with audiences everywhere.Recording since 1991, the pianist‘s albums of familiar music have sold over three and a half million CDs nationally. This has earned Emile the distinction of being one of the top-selling pianists in the music industry, distributed online as well as in specialty, gift and book shops across the nation. Now with 30+ albums, most major online retailers also carry Emile's music for download, and it is streamed thousands of times daily on Spotify, Pandora, and other streaming platforms.Emile's parents were first-generation Italian-Americans, and communicating with passion was natural. While Emile was growing up, the Pandolfi home was known as “the place to gather.” Music was always a part of their home, and always associated with fun.That attitude continues today in Emile's concert performances as, although serious about his playing, Emile is never serious about himself. While the audience is treated to a brilliant musical performance, they are also entertained by Emile's charming, light-hearted sense of humor and outgoing personality.Whether you experience Emile Pandolfi on recording or in live performance, you will experience the intensity and skill of communication that can only come from a true artist, in every sense of the word.ABOUT EMILE:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/about-emile-1GET THE BOOK:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/emile-pandolfi-play-it-like-you-mean-itMUSICAL ADVENTURES:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/Emile-Pandolfi-cruisesLISTEN:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/listen-on-spotifyMEDIA: Media Contact: email@example.com Website: https://www.emilepandolfi.comPlaying in Venice: https://youtu.be/bgCk2MbEN8cPlaying in St Petersburg, Russia https://youtu.be/evCdsLUtcZE************************************************************************************WEBSITE:Authentictalks2.comEMAIL:Shanta@AuthenticTalks2.comAymbeyondthephysical.com***********************************************************************************BOOK A DISCOVERY CALL FREE 30 MINUTES & RECEIVE A FREE GIFT 100 FOR PROSPERITY, SUCCESS AND BUILDING SELF-CONFIDENCFE AND SELF LOVEAFFIRMATIONS VISIT: AymbeyondThePhysical.comSIGNATURE PROGRAM: 12 WEEKS - work with me one on one or in a group!***********************************************************************************
Adam McHeffey is Director of Marketing at Artiphon. Artiphon is using cutting-edge technology to create intuitive musical instruments anyone can play. Their latest instrument, the Orba, resembles a sliced-in-half grapefruit that musical newcomers will be making music with within minutes while giving seasoned musicians new levels of expression and flexibility. Adam and I spoke about making music more accessible and demystifying it for new musicians. He shared the philosophies and principles Artiphon brings to their instruments. We discussed the possibilities new tech like Orba brings to musicians. Listeners of this podcast can save 10% at Artiphon.com with the code: musicproduction Listen on Apple or Stitcher or Google or Spotify; watch on YouTube Show Notes: Artiphon - https://artiphon.com Orba - https://artiphon.com/pages/orba-by-artiphon Instrument 1 - https://artiphon.com/pages/instrument1 Scan Band - https://artiphon.com/pages/scanband Orbacam - https://apps.apple.com/us/app/orbacam-by-artiphon/id1506030954 Adam McHeffey - http://adammcheffey.com Cloud Chord on Orba and Max for Live - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_qnRLQiiy8 Jordan Rudess on the Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/blog/jordan-rudess Laura Escude on the Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/blog/2020/4/16/laura-escud-helping-artists-reach-their-potential-music-production-podcast-166 Brian Funk Links: Website - https://brianfunk.com Intro Music Made with 4-Track - https://gum.co/4track Ableton Live Pack Archive - https://brianfunk.com/blog/ableton-live-pack-archive Music Production Club - https://brianfunk.com/mpc Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/podcast Save 25% on Ableton Live Packs at my store with the code: PODCAST - https://brianfunk.com/store Thank you for listening. Please review the Music Production Podcast on your favorite podcast provider! And don't forget to visit my site https://BrianFunk.com for music production tutorials, videos, and sound packs. Brian Funk
Bonnie Wild is a British born Sound Designer and Re-recording Mixer. As a second generation audio artist, she remembers little of life before the dub stage. With summers spent at her Father's studio, lacing reel to reels and examining the art of the mix, she has an innate connection to sound and story telling. Also an accomplished guitarist, Bonnie graduated from Leeds College of Music in 2003. She was soon working in the Post Production Sound Department at the ITV Leeds Studios, sound editing and mixing primetime UK drama. After chancing it all and starting a new life in San Francisco, Bonnie's dream of working at Skywalker Sound became reality. Since 2012, she has worked on projects ranging from premium television and commercials to documentary and features. Through her work, Bonnie strives to connect with audiences and create authentic, emotional experiences through the art of sound. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2194392/
Recording artist Karen Waldrup and record producer Paul Worley join us in the studio on this episode. Karen discusses what it takes to release her new music, with Paul at the helm, producing the project. Karen and Paul share how she's funding her new project, through in a new and innovative way called Music Benefactors, an SEC registered investment platform, designed to help the independent artist fund their projects thru their fan base as investors. As a Country singer/songwriter and innovative entrepreneur Karen has captivated audiences all over the world through her authenticity, charismatic live performances and her new styling of nostalgic (as well as modern) country music. Her Waldrup Worldwide fan base is 1,000,000 people strong and growing daily. Her online videos have been viewed over 400 million times. Karen has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, People Magazine, Netflix, The Hallmark Channel, Bravo TV, Facebook Artist of the Day, NASCAR ESPN Live, the NFL Experience Superbowl XLVII, CMT and hundreds of other outlets world-wide. She has scored 12 Nashville Industry Music Awards and won the 2019 Torch Award from the Keith Whitley Fingerprint on Country Music Awards. Throughout her career, Waldrup has played sold-out shows in such cities as London, Atlanta, Knoxville, Dallas and beyond. Waldrup currently hosts a weekly online series on Country Rebel's Facebook page entitled "Waldrup Wednesday". The show initially airs every Wednesday at 5PM CT and can be accessed on-demand anytime via Facebook and YouTube. Paul Worley is known for his work in country music. Formerly a vice president at Sony BMG, he later joined the staff of Warner Bros. Records' Nashville division as chief creative officer. Since leaving Warner in the early 2000s, Worley has worked mainly as a record producer for other acts, such as Big & Rich, as well as an occasional session guitarist. He is most widely known as the co- producer (with Victoria Shaw) of the self-titled debut album of Lady Antebellum (2008) and as one of the producers of their second album, Need You Now (2010). He also discovered the Dixie Chicks and, with Blake Chancey, co-produced their first two albums. www.musicbenefactors.com/karenwaldrup www.karenwaldrup.com The music provided for this episode is from: Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “I Go By Jane Doe” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brandon Darcy, Ben Russell Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “Over The Ocean” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brandon Darcy, Ben Russell Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “Justified” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brian Kolb The Business Side of Music ™ © 2021 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Co-Produced and Hosted (by the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer, Creator, and Technical Advisor (the man behind the curtain): Tom Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Audio/Video Editor Mark Sabella Midnight Express Studio Olian, NY Marketing and Social Media: Kaitlin Fritts Executive Assistant to Bob and Tom (the one who keeps us on track and our schedules straight) Tammy Kowalski All Around Problem Solver: Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old Airstream Trailer on Music Row in Nashville, TN (cause that's about all that's left these days) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Donelson, TN Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to Tom Sabella and Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original “Business Side of Music” podcast, and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: Sponsorship information Interview submission #thebusinesssideofmusicpodcast#muiscbusiness#podcast
Recording in Loudon County, Virginia, Charlie reflects on the political grassroots energy on the ground in Virginia. Only a few weeks before the governor's race that pits Biden surrogate Terry McAuliffe vs. moderate conservative Glenn Youngkin, Democrats have realized that Virginia, which was once considered solidly blue, is now at risk of turning red, and they are pulling out all the stops to get McAuliffe across the finish line. In a race that is now a bellwether for the rest of the country, Charlie examines what issues have animated parents, regular Americans, and moderates to bring Youngkin within the polls' statistical margin of error. The school board movement is now the tea party movement of 2010. How did this happen, and how is the Biden Administration complicit in a massive conflict of interest in the CRT controversy stirring up voters in the middle? Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Recording from our live show with Receipts Pod at Union Hall on 10/8! Along with Jenny Gorelick, we set up 3 sexy couples on blind dates -- William Banks and Caroline Yost with Emma Callahan, Youngmi Mayer with Liam, and Emily Kob (I'm blushing) with Anya. Also featuring some doctors in the front row giving medical advice. Tune in to relive the horniest event of the fall!
You know what most common injuries are in pole, but do you know the "REAL" cause? Did you know how important rest is performance enhancement? THERE IS SO MUCH GOOD STUFF IN THIS EPISODE! This week Steph and Renee uncover...... Understanding Pole Injuries with Simone aka. The Pole Physio! When Simone agreed to come to chat with us about all things pole injuries, there was some major fangirling going on! As expected, there was SOME MAJOR geeking out and this quickly became our longest podcast episode EVER! Given there is SO MUCH good stuff in here, the episode has been split into 3 parts! Part 1- A Physio's Perspective Part 2- Pole Injuries Part 3- Concussions & listener questions If you are a pole dancer, which of course you are, YOU NEED TO LISTEN to this series. So you might be wondering, who is the Pole Physio: Simone Muscat is the owner & founder of The Pole Physio Australia, aerialist, and APA Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. After feeling frustrated & fed up with the number of injuries and the lack of easily accessible evidence-based information for the pole community, Simone created the The Pole Physio to address this knowledge gap. The Pole Physio is an online service that provides free access information for pole dancers and aerialists all over the world to evidence-based physiotherapy, strength, and conditioning, anatomy, and conditioning blogs. The team of Physiotherapists at The Pole Physio aims to improve pole-specific training knowledge and reducing the number of aerial-related injuries worldwide. You can find The Pole Physio on Instagram, read her blogs here and even book an appointment from anywhere (expect the USA), in the world. Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chatting with you and do a tell us segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
Access patron-only shows. Music: “Laetatus Sum” Vivaldi’s Motet (RV 607) performed by the Grammy award winning San Francisco Girls Chorus and Voices of Music. Recording from the Berkeley Early Music Festival, June 2018. The San Francisco Girls Chorus directed by Valérie Sainte-Agathe; Voices of Music directed by Hanneke van Proosdij and David Tayler. SFGC: https://www.sfgirlschorus.org […]
While most podcast episodes are recorded from home, the office, or over the internet, one fun way to change it up is to record in front of a live studio audience!So in this episode, Badr and Travis discuss the pros and cons of recording with a live audience and how to pull off a successful show.Record your podcasting question at Speakpipe.com/Buzzsprout to be featured on a future episode.Review Podcasting Q&A in Podchaser or Apple Podcasts to let us know what you think of the show.
Support Penny's work by becoming a Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/pennykelly/me...Penny's website: https://www.pennykelly.com OR https://www.consciousnessonfire.comFollow Penny on ODYSEE! https://odysee.com/@pennykelly:aBITCHUTE! https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pennykelly/YOUTUBE channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgzsPCyTYGwnkkz8gFzZ0jA/videosPenny Kelly's Podcast URL:Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/penny-kellys-podcast/id1557929201Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7qWO0c0WjqDyY55XCjyHR1Google - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzI5MTk1LnJzcw==Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/penny-kellys-podcastiHeart - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-penny-kellys-podcast-79524306/PODBAY.fm - https://podbay.fm/p/penny-kellys-podcast/aboutDISCLAIMER:The information, procedures, suggestions and forecasts contained in all Penny Kelly podcasts or videos are not meant to take the place of a diagnosis, physician, financial advisor or professional advice. They are for educational purposes only. All use of the information presented is at your own discretion. Neither Penny Kelly, Kelly Networks LLC or any of her associates will be held liable for any injury, damage, or loss (financial or otherwise) as a result of the information contained in all Penny Kelly podcasts or videos.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: No part of this video or publication may be reproduced, transmitted, or stored in any form or by any means, whether handwritten, printed, electronic, or otherwise, other than Fair Use as permitted by U.S. Copyright Law, without the prior written permission of Kelly Networks LLC firstname.lastname@example.org
Two-time GRAMMY-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater will be releasing their newest progressive-metal masterpiece, “A View From The Top Of The World,” on October 22nd via Inside Out Music / Sony Music. The new album lives up to Dream Theater‘s reputation as a band that can blend well-crafted guitar and vocal melodies with [...]
At Centuries of Sound I am making mixes for every year of recorded sound. The download here is only for the first hour of the mix. For the full 4.5-hour version please come to centuriesofsound.com to stream, or patreon.com/centuriesofsound for downloads and a host of other bonus materials for just $5 per month. This show … Continue reading "1939"
If you've just been sticking to open guitar chords and pentatonic scales then you're cooking with salt and pepper. What if you had a whole arsenal of spices to work with? Sure you might make some weird meals at first but you'd probably also make some pretty memorable ones - and over time, you'd learn when to use (and not use) certain spices. Hint: NEVER use star anise. That stuff will ruin anything. In the last episode Ben gave us a high level overview and what's included in this monster we call "music theory". This time, he pulls out his guitar and talks about specific modes, scales and paths from note to note which allow us (as songwriters and performers) to change the mood or character of a composition or performance. You will learn: What the difference is between a major scale and a minor scale and how to convert one to the other. Some helpful memory techniques for distinguishing intervals (these even work for the relatively tone deaf) What the different modes within a key are and some helpful memory joggers from pop culture Ways for guitarists and bassists to use modes Chord notations. How to interpret what you see in chord charts and why you don't need memorization to figure out what to p lay The secret behind why power chords and pentatonic scales are always safe bets to get you out of jams (like salt and pepper in cooking) Where to Find the GuysFree DIY Recording eBook: https://www.howtorecordyourband.comVadim's Studio Site - Get your FREE test mix today! - https://www.calmfrogrecording.comBenjamin's Studio Site - https://www.dreamloudstudio.comLeave a rating. Be a friend - http://www.getpodcast.reviews/id/1494761702
Matt Chamberlain is one of the most innovative recording drummers of the last 25 years. His groove, textures, signature touch and sounds have kept him consistently working in studios with pop artists and music legends since the 1990s. Matt shows us his studio set up and gives us some insight to his recording process.
My guest today is Pierre de Reeder who spreads his time between making records as a commercial studio owner at 64 Sound and its affiliated production room facilities, inhabiting the occasional role as a solo artist or player in various projects, running his indie record label Little Record Company, and managing all things Rilo Kiley… a band for which he is both a founding member, as well as now having its two latest releases on his label. In recording things, he has worked with the likes of Mavis Staples, She & Him, M. Ward, Sia, Tim Heidecker (from Tim & Eric), Emitt Rhodes, Vampire Weekend, Ben Gibbard, Julian Casablancas, Bright Eyes, and much of his own and various bands. And his studio, 64 Sound and its incarnations have hosted artists such as X, Devendra Banhart, My Morning Jacket, Amanda Palmer, Michael Kiwanuka, Tokyo Police Club, Bat For Lashes, Ty Segall, St. Vincent and Sleater-Kinney, Starcrawler, Warpaint, and many more. Because of its very extensive collection of vintage recording gear, microphones and instruments (lifelong collections of Pierre and his studio partners Curt Anderson and Kingsize Soundlabs), as well as multiple analog tape formats and/or digital, 64 Sound, has become a highly coveted recording destination for bands and songwriters from around the country and globe who come to play and write on more than 50 vintage guitars, 40 vintage keyboards, synths and organs, multiple pianos and drums and effects and doodads galore. Thanks so much to Rob Schnapf for making our introduction... Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://JZmic.com Use coupon ROCKSTARS to get 50% off select mics https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://www.youtube.com/user/adamaudiospeakers http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4v0vOCWpGQnd5NVIowxffG?si=20f2d5ef9b014dc1 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/319
“You need one single unified environment to manage your businesses” @jbernard23 #DTCPOD“There's such a connectivity between how a digital commerce grows, and you really need to have all of that data in one environment.” @jbernard23 #DTCPOD“The digital commerce landscape has changed in terms of consumer expectations for speed and shipping costs.” @jbernard23 #DTCPOD“There's a great opportunity, I think, for innovation still with meeting that need for discoverability and experience for consumers.” @jbernard23 #DTCPOD“Everything can be measured. That's the beauty of digital.” @jbernard23 #DTCPODWe Speak About:[00:59] Julie introduces herself and Tradeswell [02:47] Marketing and how it relates to other departments of the business[05:40] Recording data and what to do with it [08:33] Key differences in how consumers buy[12:43] importance of embracing technology[16:24] The present and future role of AI [20:07] Businesses sizes and technology [22:07] internal business strategies to implement before technology[24:51] Key learnings working with brands post-pandemic [28:12] What's next for Tradeswell and where to find the brand, and Julie BernardHow Tradeswell helps brands create profit through data Julie Bernard, Chief Marketing Officer of Tradeswell, joins the POD to give some insight on the business's actionable insights, customer experience, and marketing data & technology Tradeswell is a company that helps brands unify data, leverage AI-generated insights and accelerate essential decisions to empower growth across the digital commerce landscape.Julie realizes that to empower growth across the digital commerce landscape, the data and business operations function better when unified.A unique approach is taken by creating a quantitative trading platform that implements real-time algorithms and insights, to uncover and execute the optimal actions companies need to growJulie recognizes that technology can help small businesses operate at the same level of sophistication as their larger business counterparts.Understanding you data, and drawing insights from it, is key to growthTradeswell stands out as a platform that simplifies the process for a brand to visualize the whole picture of their ecommerce business, while leveraging machine learning to receive insights and cross-channel operations.The company understands that the technologies that are out there are more cost effective, accessible, and sophisticated than ever, and the brand works to help others make informed decisions Julie takes the approach of integrating authentical actionable insights and team empowerment to achieve success within the business The brand further acknowledges that just because it can be measured through data, does not mean that it shouldJulie recommends to to draw some conclusions and have insights on the data that you do have rather than being on a perpetual pursuit of perfectionStay tuned as Julie discusses AI and post-pandemic business learnings. If you'd like to learn more about Trend and our influencer marketing platform for influencers and brands visit trend.io. You can also follow us for tips on growing your following and running successful campaigns on Instagram and LinkedIn.Mentioned Links:Tradeswell Website: https://www.tradeswell.com/Julie Bernard's Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/jbernard23