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This week’s podcast features Roy LaManna, who is the founder and CEO of Vydia, a music video technology platform that allows artists to distribute to network partners like MTV, Fuse, BET, and Nickelodeon, and publish their videos platforms like Vevo, YouTube, Daily Motion, and Facebook. The platform also helps artists to monetize their videos, while […]Continue reading
Things looked bad for vacuum tube-based audio gear once upon a time as both American and British tube manufacturers shut down their plants to go solid state. Luckily, the slack was taken up by tube plants in Russia, China and Yugoslavia, and the audio and MI business never missed a beat. Things might get tight […]Continue reading
Engineer/producer Eddie Kramer has a resume that’s a mile long, but the credit that he’s forever tied to is Jimi Hendrix. I was lucky enough to be able to spend some time with him a few yeas ago, and he gave me this great interview for The Recording Engineer’s Handbook. Here’s an excerpt from his […]Continue reading
Jimi Hendrix still gets plenty of love from guitar players and producers alike, so here’s an excerpt from my Deconstructed Hits: Classic Rock book. Maybe the definitive Hendrix song is one he didn’t write himself. “All Along The Watchtower” was written by Bob Dylan and released in 1967 on his John Wesley Harding album, which was […]Continue reading