Sun, 9 April 2006
On this show we have a new product announcement, a great listener audio greeting from David Spooner from Perth, Australia, a great interview with Mark Jensen of PodSqod and some challenging Beatles music trivia!
MI7 has announced the distribution of the EMI TG1 - 2413 Limiter Plug-in - the first TDM/RTAS product developed by Chandler, in conjunction with the world-renowned Abbey Road Studios.
The original hardware limiter featured on the TG Consoles was used to record classic albums like The Beatles' Abbey Road and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. This set of plugins lets Pro Tools users work with that same classic sound.
Today we have an audio greeting from a listener Down Under in Perth, Australia, Mr. David "SpoonZ" Spooner. He works as an Audio/Visual Tech at St. Hilda's Girls School in Perth. Most of the audio work he does is similar to the greeting he sent us. He provides sound effects for theatre productions and often has to go out and record or find effects and mash together soundscapes or effects from the various parts. He also shoots and edits video.
This week we're featuring part one of a two-part interview we did a couple of weeks ago with Mark Jensen, the host of the popular PodSqod podcast. This week we talk about Mark's background in broadcasting and how recording equipment and techniques come into play for producing his podcasting projects.
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: Besides John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, what two other people were once members of The Beatles?
A: Stuart Sutcliffe and Billy Preston.
This Week's Trivia Question:
Q: What was the first Beatles song to feature a Moog synthesizer?
See you next week!
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