Sun, 4 June 2006
A few cool news items, we welcome back PSN correspondent and 5-time Emmy-winner John Davidson, we have a mini gear review of EZ Drummer and Charles Dye pokes his head in for a second with a special surprise for us!
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PSN correspondent John Davidson is a 5-time Emmy-award winning audio post mixer.
We haven't heard from John for awhile as he's been on hiatus enjoying his lovely new baby boy.
This week he returns with more interesting facts, tips and tricks on the art of surround sound.
Last week we enjoyed the final part in a four-part series with Charles Dye. In that last segment he talked about some of his recent projects and mentioned an independent artist he was working with that really impressed him, John Ralston.
We play you one of the recent cuts from John's project that Charles worked on, a song called I Believe In Ghosts. Charles pops in for a quick introduction.
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This week we're featuring a couple of shots of Mike Finley's home studio. We found Mike on the Frappr Map and have enjoyed learning about his setup. This is all contained in a second floor space and is a designated "Man Room".
Q: What legendary rock guitarist (a pioneer of the hard rock and metal genre) was a session player on Tom Jones' hit record It's Not Unusual?
A: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin.
Congratulations to Ronnie Marler and Aaron Griffith for submitting the correct answer. Ronnie kicked it up a notch by adding this tidbit: AC/DC drummer Chris Slade also performed on the track! Way to go Ronnie!
See you next week!
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