Sun, 30 April 2006
A couple of cool sites to share with you, a special podcast to recommend, a CD you ought to know about and Part #2 of our interview with the King Of All Geek Media, Mr. Leo Laporte!
He's a multi-platinum, Grammy-winning mixer, engineer and producer. He was the first person to win a Grammy for a song that was mixed entirely 'in the box', with Pro Tools. No analog gear was used. And he actually likes to share his secrets with others about how to get your mixes to sound like a record.
In fact, Charles has published a fantastic interactive mixing course called Mix It Like A Record. It features three hours of instruction, an ever-growing library of online instructional movies and 40 Pro Tools sessions for you to load up on your own gear and see exactly what he's doing.
We'll be talking about subjects in this course throughout the next four shows with him. If you haven't already gotten this interactive mixing course for yourself, what are you waiting for?
Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions
Bare Naked Ladies Podcast
Part #2 of an exciting interview with the King Of All Geek Media, Mr. Leo Laporte!
Here's a link to the podcast channel that will get you all of Leo's dynasty of podcasts:
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: Before his career took off, Jackson Browne joined what unlikely band for just two weeks?
A: Blue Oyster Cult!
See you next week!
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