Mon, 31 July 2006
Big news, an expanded super Viewer Mail segment and the second half of a fantastic interview with Brian Stephens from the Music Pro Show.
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Ryan Smith from RenegadeMinds.com wins the Best Application Using .Net award at the Shareware Industry Awards Banquet in Denver, Colorado US again this year for Guitar And Drum Trainer. Later, Ryan also received the Silver Faucet award for 2006.
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Questions answered from Dave Criddle, Rick Kovars, Tim Burgess and Stuart Winkleman.
Here's a picture of Stuart and his wife, "The Rocket" and the jet Stuart pilots (Falcon 900) while listening to the show!
Brian Stephens is a music business veteran. As a freelance drummer, he has backed such diverse artists as The Drifters, The Coasters, The Crystals, Blueground Undergrass, Jimmy Hall, and Wet Willie.
As a producer and engineer, Brian has worked on projects for Warner Bros., Verizon Wireless, Fox Sports, and 20th Century Fox as well as CD projects for indie artists such as Mike Martin, Amber Brooke, Tentilfour, Magno, and Ocean Street.
As an educator, Brian has performed drum clinics all over the country, written for magazines like Modern Drummer and Performer Magazine, and given personal instruction to thousands of drummers, audio engineers, and other music business professionals.
He's also the host of a fantastic podcast called The Music Pro Show and the author of Stickin' It Out - The Anatomy Of A Professional Drummer. This is part two of a nice chat we had with Brian about playing and recording music at all levels, from the home studio to the mega commercial facility.
Stickin' It Out - The Anatomy Of A Professional Drummer
Brian's MySpace Profile
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