Sessionwire’s Robin Leboe, Making A Living Through Streaming, And Recording Hits On An iPhone On My Latest Podcast

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My guest on the podcast this week is Robin Leboe, founder and CEO of the production collaboration platform Sessionwire. Sessionwire solves the main challenges associated with remote collaboration of having to cobble together different audio, video and file transfer services to re-create a realistic virtual recording environment.  The platform’s all-in-one seamless integration of high quality audio and […]

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Flavorlab Founders, NFT Legal Issues, And Fully Deductible Production Costs On My Latest Podcast

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My guests on the podcast this week are Erik Blicker and Glenn Schloss, founders and of Flavorlab, an award-winning audio production company that composes, records, mixes and masters music and sound for the biggest brands in the world. Flavorlab offers a complete set of audio solutions through its three divisions. Flavorlab Score is dedicated to composing original […]

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Why The EU’s Mandatory USB-C Proposal Is Especially Bad For Musicians And Artists

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If you’ve not heard by now, the European Commission, which is the executive arm of the European Union, has announced a proposal to force electronics manufacturers to make USB-C ports standard on all devices. Yes, that means smartphones, computers, televisions, handheld gaming devices, portable speakers, cameras, headphones, and by default, anything that’s connected to them will need to […]

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Saxophonist Jamie Anderson, Music Acts Like A Virus, And The End Of The Hackentosh On My Latest Podcast

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My guest on the podcast this week is sax and woodwind player Jamie Anderson, who’s played with artists like Chaka Khan, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Frankie Valli, Incognito, Robbie Williams, Rick Astley, and many more. Jamie is also heavily involved with West End Musicals where he played on the smash hit Jersey Boys for its full […]

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Byta CEO Marc Brown, YouTube’s Recommendation Engine, And The Music Museum No One Knows About On My Latest Podcast

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My guest on the podcast this week is Marc Brown, founder and CEO of Byta.com, a site that enables sending and receiving digital audio in a clean, simple and secure way. Marc has an extensive music business background and considerable digital audio knowledge which has helped him deliver unique insights to audiences from Tallinn to Toronto. He […]

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Producer Kris Bradley, Your Streaming Digital Dollar, And Winter NAMM Postponed On My Latest Podcast

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My guest on the podcast this week is Kris Bradley, who’s a songwriter/producer with credits that include Sony BMG, Warner Chappell, Rolling Stone, Fox, Lincoln, and Miramax. She heads Boomfox Productions, producing for various sync projects, artists and songwriters. Kris is also the founder of Produce Like a Boss, which is an online coaching program geared towards […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Korneff Audio Micro Digital Reverberator Plugin

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There’s something about the sound of the very first digital reverbs that everyone still loves. Sure they were limited spec-wise, but that’s exactly what gave them their character. The very first inexpensive digital reverb was the Alesis Microverb in 1986. It shattered the notion that anything digital had to cost a lot, but more than […]

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