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November 10, 2017

Musicpreneur Tommy Darker On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Tommy Darker

Musicpreneur Hub is a global community of music entrepreneurs where you can ask anything about music and your question will be connected with handpicked, top industry experts to answer. Tommy Darker is a musician, lecturer at the University of Westminster, speaker at global music conferences, and the founder of that great music resource site. I […]

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October 27, 2017

The Recording Academy’s Government Relations Officer Daryl Friedman On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

My guest today is Daryl Friedman, who’s the chief government and member relations officer for the Recording Academy. Daryl joined the Recording Academy in 1997 and established the organization’s Washington, D.C., office, where he created The Academy’s GRAMMYs on the Hill initiatives. . There are some major copyright and royalty issues facing artists and songwriters […]

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October 20, 2017

TV Composer Rich Tozzoli On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Rich Tozzoli

My guest on my latest podcast is television composer and author Rich Tozzoli. Rich has written an incredible 16,000 music cues that have been used on more than 10,000 cue sheets on 714 television series! Rich is not only a great composer but he’s also a talented engineer as well, and the author of several […]

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October 13, 2017

Composer/Arranger Dennis Dreith On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Dennis Dreith

My guest today is composer/arranger Dennis Dreith, who started in the business playing sax for The Beach Boys but soon turned to composing and orchestrating for commercials, television and motion pictures. Along the way Dennis wrote the scores for cartoons for Hanna Barbara, television movies of the week like Columbo, and motion pictures like A […]

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September 29, 2017

Marketing, Content and Technology Consultant Frank Wells On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Frank Wells

Frank Wells started his career in the music business as head of technical services at the famed Masterfonics studio complex in Nashville, but then made a left turn when he become editor first of Audio Media Magazine, and then later Pro Sound News. I talked to Frank about some of the things that go on […]

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September 22, 2017

The Story Behind Berklee’s Avatar Acquisition With Ian Kagey On My Latest Podcast

Kagey

Recently the recording world was shocked to hear that Berklee College of Music acquired one of New York City’s most glorious studios – Avatar (formerly known as Powerstation). There are still a lot of questions as to what’s going to happen with the facility, but on this podcast we get the answers right from the […]

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September 15, 2017

Are You Owed Money You Don’t Know About? – The Topic Of My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

AFM SAG-AFTRA Fund

Are you owed money for playing on a record that you don’t know about? That’s what the topic of my latest podcast is about. My guests today are PR and marketing manager Brian Stewart and Chief Operating Officer Shari Hoffman from the AFM SAG-AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund. The fund distributes over $60 million […]

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September 8, 2017

Live Sound Engineer Mark Frink On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Mark Frink

Mixing monitors may be the hardest job in show business in that you have to keep so many people happy at the same time. Mark Frink, my guest on this week’s podcast, is so good at his job that he’s been trusted by some of music’s biggest celebrities, including Tony Bennett, The Three Tenors, the […]

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September 1, 2017

Harrison Console’s Ben Loftis On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Ben Loftis

You’ve most likely heard of Harrision Consoles, which were a mainstay in music recording studios in the 80s and 90s and still dominate in film studios today. You might not be aware that the company also has an excellent DAW with its Mixbus and Mixbus 32C, and Ben Loftis is my guest on this week’s […]

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August 25, 2017

DIY Recording Equipment’s Peterson Goodwyn On My Latest Podcast

Peterson Goodwyn

We all like really great audio gear, but many of us (especially when you’re first starting out) can’t afford it. One saving grace is that there are now many companies that provide kits so you can build the analog gear you need, and one of these is DIY Recording Equipment. This week I have the […]

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August 18, 2017

Loudr CEO Chris Crawford On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Loudr CEO Chris Crawford

If you ever recorded a cover song for an album or YouTube you know how time consuming getting a publishing license can be. Loudr makes that process easy for indie artists, and went one step further by taking its technology and making it easier for publishers to get paid from streaming services as well. Loudr […]

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August 11, 2017

Studio Tech Gary Myerberg-Lauter On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Gary Myerberg-Lauter

My guest for this week’s podcast is Gary Myerberg-Lauter, who has installed and maintained studios for major facilities and superstar artists. Gary’s worked at the famed A&M Studios during its heyday, set up a major portable recording rig for Bruce Springsteen, helped run LA’s famous Cello Studios then brought it back to life as East […]

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