Monthly Archives: June 2020

June 23, 2020

Episode #323 – Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Analog Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt

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NEWS Yes, online concerts can pay off big-timeThe reasons why we don’t miss the studios of old GUEST Studio designer John Brandt John Brandt has owned studios and built custom audio equipment in both the UK and Nashville before delving deeper into the world of studio design.  John’s company JHBrandt Acoustic Designs now provides design […]

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June 16, 2020

Episode #322 – New Grammy Rule Book, Orchestra Social Distancing, And Producer Kyle Hunter

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NEWS The Recording Academy has released a new rule book for the GrammysOrchestras try to make a comeback after COVID GUEST Producer Kyle HunterFind out more at Kyle Hunter started producing music for artists, but soon learned about the world of sync licensing and custom music. He also co-founded RhythmCouture, which now counts Forever […]

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June 9, 2020

Episode #321 – TikTok And Kids, Mic Custom Shop, Gibson Sells Stanton, And Mixer/Producer David Cole

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NEWS Kids are watching TikTok almost as much as YouTubeTelefunken has opened a mic custom shopGibson sells iconic manufacturer Stanton to InMusic GUEST Mixer and producer David Cole – find out more at David Cole started his career as a staff engineer at the famous Capitol Studios in Hollywood, learned the lost art of […]

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June 2, 2020

Episode #320 – Charts Vs. Listeners, Studios Reopening, And CD Baby’s Kevin Breuner

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NEWS Why the charts and what people actually listen to don’t always matchA look at the Recording Academy P&E Wing recommendations for reopening studios. GUEST CD Baby VP of Marketing Kevin Breuner My guest on the podcast this week is Kevin Breuner, who’s the SVP of Marketing for CD Baby, the host of their DIY Musician Podcast, and […]

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