Mon, 15 January 2007
News, some Crosstalk and another installment in our 45 Days Of Dye!
Two Celebrity Passings:
Momofuku Ando, the inventor of instant ramen noodles, died last week in Osaka, Japan. He was 96. Broke musicians everywhere are in mourning.
The first PSN was released January 12, 2006!
This is week #6 in 45 Days Of Dye. Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye began his engineering career in 1992. Since that time he's mixed hits for Ricky Martin, Sammy Hagar, Julio Iglesias, and Jon Bon Jovi. He's also recorded artists such as Aerosmith, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Gloria Estefan, among many others.
Tom Sartori On MySpace
Tom Sartori On CD Baby
Tom Sartori Poker Story
Stu Venable - Angry Folk Podcast
The "Cocktail Party" Effect
Mike Schettler - Shortler Studios
Andrew Brierly - Home Recording Odyssey Podcast
Andy Diekroger - Sweetwater
(800) 222-4700 Ext. #1273
Dave Criddle - Home Recording Odyssey Podcast
Hens Zimmerman - Sounds Good Podcast
Ted Jensen Discography
Ted Jensen - Sterling Sound
Brian Stephens - Music Pro Show
DUY Valve & Tape
McDSP Analog Channel
Tri Tone Digital - ColorTone
Crane Song - Phoenix
Massey Tape Head
Massey - Tape Head
Sign Up For The CAPE at The Womb
Charles' Recent Projects
Q: Who was the 22-year old drummer who played on the Marvelettes 1961, number one hit, "Please Mr. Postman"?
A: Marvin Gaye!
This week's winner is George Leite, congratulations George! You're taking home a free copy of Guitar and Drum Trainer, courtesy of Ryan Smith over at GuitarAndDrumTrainer.com. Honorable Mention also goes out to Ernest Daniels, Brian Stephens from The Music Pro Show, Mark Rufino and Dan Leuders!
See you next week!