Mon, 20 November 2006
News, an interview with Jammin' Dave Jackson, Crosstalk, mixing tips, we tweak the Stupid Knob and Viewer Mail with a disturbing lava lamp update.
reFuse Software's Lowender
New Pianoteq Models Available
Win A SSL Duende!
Where do musicians go to trade advice? Why they go to the Musician's Cooler with Jammin' Dave Jackson!
Dave's got his own gear conundrum going on as he contemplates his first DAW. He also has some great ideas on promoting your studio and recording projects with podcasting.
Contact Brian Through His Web Site: BonzoTunes.com
Mark Rufino's Links To Affordable Ribbon Mics:
Ribbon Mic #1
Ribbon Mic #2
The mixing book Mark referred to:
Mixing With Your Mind
The Stupid Knob:
iPod owners are "thieves", according to Universal Music CEO, Doug Morris.
2) Dave Criddle On Using Drum Loops
3) SUPER LAVA LAMP REPORT:
Shane Hendricks: Mac Screensaver
Ed Bradshaw: Touch Screen Video
Ed Kachajian: The diagram from Getting Started in Computer Music by Mark Nelson, a book for recording beginners:
Caleb Hawkins: GIANT LAVA LAMP!
Q: Where is the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame located and when did it open?
A: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in Cleveland, Ohio. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation came together in 1983. Groundbreaking for the building took place on June 7, 1993 and the building opened to the public on September 2, 1995.
Congratulations to Rich Masling, this week's winner of a copy of Guitar and Drum Trainer, courtesy of Ryan Smith over at GuitarAndDrumTrainer.com. Although just a bit late, the correct answer was also given by T-Bush and Jim Farley. Good job folks!
See you next week!