Mon, 27 February 2006
Mike opens the show with an interesting web site detailing the huge collection of music memorabilia contained in the recent sale of the estate of Bill Graham: Mt. Rushmore, is featured in the site here:
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and ARS Technica reports on a latest statement (and possible filing?) by the RIAA that basically says it's illegal to rip your own CDs to your own iPod (or other portable player). They went even further and stated that it's illegal to make a backup copy of CDs you own.
Here's one of the most interesting parts of the RIAA's take on this (emphasis ours):
"Myriad online downloading services are available and offer varying types of digital rights management alternatives. For example, the Apple FairPlay technology allows users to make a limited number of copies for personal use. Presumably, consumers concerned with the ability to make back up copies would choose to purchase music from a service that allowed such copying.Thanks for nothing!
This week we Interview Mike Lenke, trumpet player extraordinaire. Mike has performed and recorded with the likes of Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich, B.B. King and Ray Charles.
Mike shares highlights from his career thus far as well as his experiences and insights on recording horns in the studio. After some cajoling by Big Al, he even gives up some tips on realistically emulating horns with a sampler.
Mike will be making another appearance on an upcoming show as he is also part of the Cabo Project.
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: Who played keyboards on Stevie Nicks' song Stand Back under the alias Alexander Nevermind?
This week we received correct answers from four listeners! Congratulations and props to Mike Schettler from Shortler Studios, Grae Smart, Corrinne Haskins and Jimmy James Page!
This Week's Trivia Question:
Q: What was the first number one record in history to be created, start to finish, completely within a hard disk system? (No outboard gear, outboard consoles, etc.)
Double Bonus Points Question:
Q: Who was the multi-platinum, Grammy award-winning mixer/engineer that was responsible for this historic mix?
See you next week!
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