Monthly Archives: September 2019

September 24, 2019

Episode #284: CDs Making A Comeback, Cheap USB Hubs, And Engineer Craig Burbidge

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My guest this week is engineer Craig Burbidge, who gained multi-platinum status having worked with hundreds of artists including Barry White, Steve Perry, Natalie Cole, Take 6, Teddy Pendergrass, Paul Jackson Jr., Vanessa Williams, Brian McKnight, Kirk Franklin and many more.  Craig was also one of the first American engineers to take his talents to Asia, working with Taiwanese superstar David Tao. He was also […]

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September 17, 2019

Episode #283 – Streaming Royalties May Change For The Better, SM58 Facts, And Engineer Jesse Ray Ernster

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My guest this week is engineer, mixer and composer Jesse Ray Ernster, who grew up in a musical family with both his parents playing in bands and making records. Jesse’s entrance in the music business began at age of 16 touring with several artists as a lead guitarist/vocalist, but he then realized his true calling was being […]

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September 10, 2019

Episode #282 – Latest Music Sales Data, 40th Walkman Anniversary, And Miles Davis Nephew Vince Wilburn Jr.

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This week’s guest is Vince Wilburn Jr., who has both toured and recorded with his uncle Miles Davis on many legendary recordings from 1984 through 1987. He is also a producer on the Grammy-winning “Miles Ahead” soundtrack for “Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media, and is co-executor of Miles Davis Properties. Vince has played with […]

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September 3, 2019

Episode #281 – Manipulating Streaming Numbers, Steinway’s Secret Vault, And WAM’s Terri Winston

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Terri Winston is the executive director of Women’s Audio Mission, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization that uses music and media to attract over 2,000 underserved women and girls every year to STEM and creative technology studies. WAM’s award-winning curriculum weaves art and music with science, technology and computer programming and works to close the critical […]

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