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Backstage Chats with Women In Music Backstage Chats with Women In Music connects music fans with female artists and industry insiders who remind us to be dreamers, to be rule breakers, and to unleash your inner rock stars! We're on a mission to promote gender equity in the music industry by amplifying the voices and careers of women in music. Hosted by Thea Wood, the show is produced by Backstage Chats Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization offering scholarship grants to the next gen of female music makers. Women are underrepresented on stage, on air, and behind the scenes in the music biz, so it’s our mission to create gender parity one episode and scholarship at a time!
People & Music Industry Welcome to the Sound On Sound People & Music Industry podcast channel. Listen to experts in the field, company founders, equipment designers, engineers, producers and educators.

More information and content can be found at https://www.soundonsound.com/podcasts | Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @soundonsoundmag | YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/soundonsoundvideo
Progressions: Success in the Music Industry I do not believe the people who have thriving careers and fulfilling lives in music can look back and attribute it all to “luck”. At some point in their career they committed themselves to a goal and took steps to achieve that goal. That's what Progressions is here to highlight. We will set you up for success by bringing you an array of interviews with guests from all parts of the industry. By focusing on identifying significant steps and turning points in their careers we hope to inspire you to set big goals for yourself and by doing so design the music career that you've always dreamed of.
ABC Music Talk ABC Music Talk is a podcast about the music industry for people in the industry, or those aspiring to get in to the industry.
Twitter/Instagram: @alexbranson
https://www.facebook.com/abcmusictalk/
https://www.abcmusic.co/ / alex@abcmusic.co
Theme Music: https://levelmusic.lnk.to/egyT6i
‎Beyond the Stage with Jimmy K Industry Insider Conversations about the music, festival and events industry. It's a conversational podcast "with a campfire feel", where music industry veteran and large-scale event pro Jimmy K speaks with other industry professionals about what is going on, the challenges and triumphs, what could be improved and, of course, some great stories. In the process, we uncover some helpful hints and have a few laughs. Guests come from all areas of the industry and different countries to provide a wide spectrum of information and knowledge. Why don't you join us?
PANDEMONIUM PODCAST (ZA) On PANDEMONIUM PODCAST, we engage with our audience on the Evolution of the South African Music Industry. How the industry developed, who were the pioneers and the game changers of an Era. Of course, we have segments where we dive into the Business side of music and the SONGS that made a difference in our Nation throughout time. This is your All-You-Need to Know Podcast about the South African Music Industry and more of course. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pandemonium-pod/support

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Past Daily: World of Music Listen to World of Music as Vurbl Partner Past Daily shares recordings the L.A. Philharmonic, Steel Mill, Stan Kenton, Dizzy Gillespie, Peter, Paul & Mary.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.
Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News
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Tell Laura I Love Her I have always liked good female singers with pin point accuracy....for example Celine
Dion with her gentle delivery...Gladys Knight with her perfect phrasing....Aretha
Franklin with her sharp jagged delivery ....Dionne Warwick with her faultless voice
(Heartbreaker being one of my favourite songs)....and of course Tina Turner with her
fabulous range.....a lot can be learned by up and coming girl singers from the likes of
these legends....and at the opposite end of the scale I would like to introduce one of
the worst records ever made...only .in my opinion of course....Tell Laura I Love Her by
Ricky Valance....which reached number one back in the day....but to me it is one of
the worst records ever.
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Tal Oz: Record Labels, A&R, and Always Moving to What's Next Today’s guest is manager and independent record label owner Tal Oz. Tal began his career on the engineering side, working at Interscope, where he would eventually transition into A&R. He continued his A&R path at Mom+Pop Music before moving into producer, mixer, and artist management. Some of his current management clients include Doug Schadt, Evan Sutton, and Rob Cohen. He’s also recently co-founded a boutique independent label called Hundred Days. We have a great chat about switching from the recording studio to the record label, 100 hour work weeks, assisting Jimmy Iovine, and the importance of finding the the next thing that excites you.In this episode we'll dig in on...Working in a hotbed of amazing major label artistsThe recording studio is a service businessSeeing the writing on the wall of the future of engineeringSwitching into the label side and working as Jimmy Iovine's AssistantLinn Drum SamplesUnderstanding record deals, what you get and what you give upManagement for producers and engineersLearning to read the dataFinding a unique element to define a soundScaling as an independent artistCreating a brand as an engineer or mixer... it's about valueLeaving college to attend Musician's InstituteEngineering for Ron FairStephen Pressfield "The Art of War"Tiago Forte "Building a Second Brain"The Defiant Ones documentaryTravis' Intro: Planning for CreativityLearn More About Tal Oz...Website: https://talozz.me/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talozz/Twitter: https://twitter.com/talozzOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Tal OzHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Q&A w/ Tara Simon Tara Simon is a professional singer, songwriter, and celebrity vocal coach. Tara runs the highest rated performing arts studio in Atlanta, Georgia, offering vocal, piano, and songwriting lessons. Tara has a passion for helping her students reach their highest potential!She moved to New York at the age of 18 and landed the role of Serena Katz in Fame and spent several months on an international tour. Tara was also a finalist on the second season of The X factor and had her sights set on big dreams. She has had students on America's Got Talent, as well as students starring in broadway musicals.Today, Tara will be answering questions live from members in our Song Chasers Community.Check out her course here:https://tarasimonstudios.com/sing-smarter-not-harder/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How To Write Songs Anyone Can Sing Tara Simon is a professional singer, songwriter, and celebrity vocal coach.Tara runs the highest rated performing arts studio in Atlanta, Georgia, offering vocal, piano, and songwriting lessons. Tara has a passion for helping her students reach their highest potential!She moved to New York at the age of 18 and landed the role of Serena Katz in Fame and spent several months on an international tour. Tara was also a finalist on the second season of The X factor and had her sights set on big dreams. She has had students on America's Got Talent, as well as students starring in broadway musicals.Tara is going to be talking about how to write songs that anyone can sing--including YOU!If you want to check out Tara's 8 week vocal course, click HERE! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 29 | What To Do When You Can't Create What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about somethings you can do when your production process isn't going your way. I just wanted to throw out some tips that can help inspire you to get back into the swing of things.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Fanbase: https://www.fanbase.app/dotisthenameInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 27 | Beat EP Lessions Whats Good Fam? Today I wanted to share some things that I learned from making my last two Beat EPs (Drizzzy: Black Gold and Drizzzy: White Gold). These are my first two full projects using acapellas from the same artist so I had a different approach. You can find both projects on my Bandcamp page and the link will be in the description as well. Let me know what y’all think.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
#47 DEAF HAVANA TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH DEAF HAVANA.
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#46 CLINT BOON TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH MUSIC ROYALTY CLINT BOON
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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#45 JEN DIXON TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH JEN DIXON
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Clint Boon 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22EVRmluvo&t=438s
Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
Pedro Calloni: Mixing Pop Vocals, Being a Problem Solver, and the Value of Unlearning Today’s guest is mixing and recording engineer Pedro Calloni. Pedro has recently done mixes for artists such as Gayle, LANY, Sasha Alex Sloan, Chappell Roan, and Joy Oladokun. As well as worked with some of the top music producers in the industry right now such as Dan Nigro and Finneas. We have a great chat about his quick progression from studio runner to label mixer, learning to read a room, the inefficiencies of the record industry, and why it’s more important to aid someone in their musical journey than it is to tell them how it should be done.Travis' Intro: Navigating Social MediaIn this episode we'll dig in on...How "being a fly on the wall" can go too farHow going on tour to play drums led to getting a mixing breakIdentifying what is happening and what needs to happen in order to take something up a notchThe importance of reading a roomWorking at The Village in Los AngelesThe various states that a song might be in when it comes to mixThe Mixer's career path vs the Producer's career pathAttending Berklee College of MusicHow management brings legitimacy to a mixerMixing songs that blew up on TikTok and had to be done immediatelyKnowing when it's the time to learn new tools and when it's notNot being starstruckWorking fast to follow your instinctLearn More About Pedro Calloni...Website: https://www.pedrocalloni.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pedrocalloni/Listen to his work HEREOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Pedro CalloniHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 26 | Half Time Guess what fam? I made it to the half way point. This episode is a small celebration of completing 26 episodes of my podcast. I wanted to talk about what I’ve learned over the past 6 months and also give a few tips for anyone else who might want to start a producer podcast. Cheers to next 26. Can’t wait to see y’all at the finish line.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
#44 SPANGLED TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH MANCHESTER BAND SPANGLED FRESH FROM HEADLINING THE THIS FEELING STAGE AT THE ISLE OF WHITE FESTIVAL
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Clint Boon 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22EVRmluvo&t=438s
Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
Episode 25 | Producers Need Rest Too What’s good Fam? This week I wanted to talk about the importance of getting rest as a producer. Sometimes we tend to ignore the signals when our bodies get tired and that can have a negative effect on our production. But there is nothing wrong with taking some time away to rest and recharge. Plus in the end, your body and your beats will thank you for it.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
#43 SCARLET TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH JESSIE ROBINSON FROM SCARLET
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Shaun Ryder 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKPK-jB7IfY&t=34s
Clint Boon 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22EVRmluvo&t=438s
Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
Dee Kei Waddell: Setting Boundaries, Giving Value, and the Mixing Music Podcast Today’s guest is recording studio owner, mixer, podcast host, and entrepreneur Dee Kei Waddell. Not only has he worked with artists such as Kanye West and The Game, but his podcast Mixing Music, is one of the top shows in the industry. His interests don’t stop with music though. He is also a co-author of three children’s books and a co-founder of LaunchPod Media, a podcast marketing and analytics firm. We have a great chat about the importance of setting boundaries, why he mixes bass first, how to build a personal brand, and why you should make a career out of the things you’d do for free.In this episode we'll dig in on...Finding the entrepreneurial spiritMixing 1000 songs in a yearHating inefficiencyMusic as a form of therapyApplying the general principles of economics to your music careerThere's no such thing as emergencies, people can waitThe importance of giving back and how that can help you growBuilding a personal brandShadow testing and advertisingHacking the algorithm with SEO to increase discoverabilityBeing a plug-in hipsterThe Go Giver4 Hour Work WeekAtomic HabitsLearn More About Dee Kei Waddell...Dee Kei Website: https://deekeimixes.comMixing Music Podcast: https://mixingmusicpodcast.comChildren's Books: https://deekeiandkayoko.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/deekeimixes/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Dee Kei WaddellHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 24 | I'm On Fire Right Now What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about being in the zone as producer. You know when you get on a roll making beats and everything you’re working on is just on point?! That’s kind of how I’ve been feeling lately and I’m just grateful. Because I definitely know what it’s like to be on the other side of that. Not fun at all. What side are you on right now with your production? In the Zone or in a Drought???I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
#42 KATIE OWEN TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH RADIO HOST, PRESENTER, DJ KATIE OWEN.

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Shaun Ryder 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKPK-jB7IfY&t=34s
Clint Boon 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22EVRmluvo&t=438s
Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#V4 RED RUM CLUB (VIDEO EPISODE) TOP GUESTS FROM THE MUSIC, COMEDY, AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE LOOK BACK AT A PREVIOUS EPISODE OF THE PODCAST BUT NOW YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO! (VIDEO ONLY AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY)
WE LOOK BACK AT OUR INTERVIEW WITH RED RUM CLUB DURING LOCKDOWN AND ON THE BUILD-UP TO THE RELEASE OF THEIR LAST ALBUM

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Shaun Ryder 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKPK-jB7IfY&t=34s
Clint Boon 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22EVRmluvo&t=438s
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Andrew Maury: Mixing on Instinct, Feeling the Low End, and Playing the Long Game Today’s guest is music producer and mixing engineer Andrew Maury. Andrew started his career running front of house for Ra Ra Riot before moving full time into the studio. Since then he’s done mixes for artists such as Shawn Mendes, Lizzo, Post Malone, Jeremy Zucker, Coin, and Madi Diaz. As well as production work with Kimbra, Lewis Del Mar, and CRUISR. We have a great chat about how live sound can influence making records, feeling the low end when you mix, how learning can make you worse before it makes you better, and why you should view your career as the long game.In this episode we'll dig in on...The importance of collaborating with people you resonate withCo-Producing and mixing Shawn Mendes "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back"Latency when mixing with controllers and plug-insRemote mixing and working with notesAttending Mix with the Masters and studying with Michael BrauerHow the beginner's mind lets you work on instinctWorking with a managerFeeling the how the low end of a mix hits youLive Sound vs Studio SoundNavigating additional production from the mixer's chairMixing your own productionsASC Tube Traps Attack WallSoundflow (Affiliate Link)Learn More About Andrew Maury...Website: http://andrewmaury.net/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aemaury/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Andrew MauryHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 23 | My Strengths VS Weaknesses What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to do a little exposing of myself and get into my strengths and weaknesses as a producer/beatmaker. I decided to touch on the things I’m good at, what I have improved on and what I can get better at. I think it’s always good to take some time and reflect on how far you’ve come and where you still want to go as a producer. What are some of your strengths and weaknesses as a producer??? Let me know in the comments.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 22 | Drums and Melodies What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about a very important producer question. What comes first, the Drums or the Melody. I mentioned this briefly in a previous episode and I just wanted to expand on it a bit more from my personal experience. My question for you is which do you preferrer to start with? Drums, Melodies or both? I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 18 | My Weapons of Choice What’s Good Fam? On today’s episode I wanted to talk about what equipment I use and what I use it for. Over the years I’ve worked with so many different pieces, I’ve finally narrowed it down to about the three things that I use the most. My weapons of choice. Let me know what kind of equipment y’all use to produce your musical masterpieces.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 19 | The Road to 50 Beat Tapes What’s good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about a goal I set for myself and that is to have 50 beat tapes/EPs/projects in my discography. I ran through some of my influences and the thought process behind this decision and will be documenting the process along the way. Can’t wait to share this journey with you all. What’s one of your biggest goals as a producer? I love to hear things other people are working towards because I use that for motivation as well.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 20 | Beat Formulas What’s Good Fam? On todays episode I wanted to talk about some of my beat formulas. I‘ve been producing music for over twenty five years now, and during certain time periods I find that I’ll follow a certain pattern when it comes how I make my beats. All of us producers have our own methods on how we produce our beats from start to finish. What are some of your methods or formulas when making beats?I thank you for listening Peace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
Episode 21 | Connection To Your Music Whats Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about the connection you can have with your own music or beats. I think one of the most important things you can do is make music for yourself first. As long as you think it sounds good and you’re not afraid to express that, everything else will fall into place. The further you get into your journey, don’t forget to always connect to your music and stay in tuned with your passion for it. BIG FACTS!!!I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
#41 JED SALISBURY TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH COMEDIAN JED SALISBURY, ON THE BUILD UP TO THE EDINBORO FRINGE FESTIVAL
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#36 THE K'S TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH RYAN AND JAMIE FROM THE K'S

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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#37 FRAN GARRITY TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH COMEDIAN FRAN GARRITY
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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#38 GEN AND THE DEGENERATES TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH SHAUN AND GEN FROM GEN AND THE DEGENERATES
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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#V2 SHAUN RYDER (VIDEO EPISODE) TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE LOOK BACK AT A PREVIOUS EPISODE OF THE PODCAST BUT NOW YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO! (VIDEO ONLY AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY)
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF SHAUN RYDER, ALWAYS GOOD TO SEE WHAT HE IS UP TO. COME AND JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL RETRO EPISODE.
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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#39 SEB LOWE TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH SEB LOWE
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Alan Mcgee 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfCAXdV6OZQ&t=32s
Jon Mclure 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfRJOlKFdc&t=126s
#40 KELLY MUNRO TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH KELLY MUNRO FROM END OF THE TRAIL CREATIVE
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#V3 THE LATHUMS (VIDEO EPISODE) TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY, AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE LOOK BACK AT A PREVIOUS EPISODE OF THE PODCAST BUT NOW YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO! (VIDEO ONLY AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY)
WE LOOK BACK AT OUR INTERVIEW WITH THE LATHUMS, TAKING PLACE IN THE SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY GROUND AHEAD OF THEIR PERFORMANCE ON THE MAIN STAGE OF TRAMLINES 2021
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Genelec - Developments In Immersive Audio Chapters00:00 - Introduction00:34 - Immersive Audio02:07 - Loudspeaker Density05:44 - Automating Calibration With GLM08:10 - Choosing Your Speaker System 11:27 - Mixing Immersive Music13:29 - Aural ID For Audio Professionals18:45 - Mixing For Different Surround Formats20:57 - Improving How Audio Is Received 22:19 - The Future Of Immersive AudioGenelec BiogFor over 40 years, Genelec studio monitoring solutions have delivered truthful, neutral sound reproduction — enabling engineers and creatives to make accurate and reliable mix decisions, even in challenging rooms.Founded in Finland by childhood friends Ilpo Martikainen and Topi Partanen, the company’s first monitor, the S30, instantly became the blueprint for Genelec’s future direction. Its active design delivered consistent performance, total reliability, and the ability to adapt to the acoustic environment it was operating in.Genelec’s growing range of Smart Active Monitors work closely with GLM calibration software, allowing each monitor to be completely optimised for the room, producing mixes that translate consistently to the outside world - from stereo to immersive.For headphone users, Genelec’s latest Aural ID software development delivers a more truthful, reliable and completely personalised listening experience, allowing the user to switch between monitors and headphones seamlessly.Aki Mäkivirta BiogAki Mäkivirta joined Genelec in 1995. He originally worked for the Nokia Research Centre and teamed up with Ari Varla of Genelec during a joint venture between the two companies, where Mäkivirta demonstrated how to replace analogue filters with digital processing using the 1031A nearfield monitor. As a result, Mäkivirta joined Genelec to pioneer the creation of the original 8200 series of Smart Active Monitors, before becoming R&D Director in 2013.https://www.genelec.com/Sam Inglis BiogEditor In Chief Sam Inglis has been with Sound On Sound for more than 20 years. He is a recording engineer, producer, songwriter and folk musician who studies the traditional songs of England and Scotland, and the author of Neil Young's Harvest (Bloomsbury, 2003) and Teach Yourself Songwriting (Hodder, 2006).https://www.soundonsound.com
Madelynn Elyse: Organic Fan Growth, TikTok for Artists, and How to Use the Spotify Algorithm Today’s guest is Madelynn Eylse, an LA-based musician and the founder of the boutique label services company Shark Attack. Madelynn founded Shark Attack to empower indie artists and to help them navigate the landscape of today’s new and ever changing music industry. Since 2016, Madelynn has coached over 100 artists along their path to being truly independent as well as worked with the major labels. We cover topics like activating the Spotify algorithm, how to grow using TikTok, what a successful ad campaign looks like, and release strategies for new music in 2022.In this episode we'll dig in on...The do's and don'ts of playlistingRelease strategies for new music in 2022Getting a record deal offer and turning it downSync licensing as a source of incomePassive streams vs gaining fansWhat a good Call to Action looks likeWhat to spend music marketing dollars on and howOrganic growth metrics to look out for in 2022Pre-Save vs Pre-OrderBuilding fans through Tik TokUnderstanding Spotify for ArtistsPlaylist bottingSocial media engagement targetsDisco: Music Management and Sharing Platform (https://disco.ac/)Learn More About ...Website: https://www.thisissharkattack.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ThisIsSharkAttack/Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisissharkattkMedium: https://madelynnelyse.medium.com/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Madelynn ElyseHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Chris Tabron: Enabling Ideas, Focusing on "Why,” and Learning By Antithesis Today’s guest is Brooklyn based Grammy nominated producer and mixer Chris Tabron. Chris’ credits include names such as The Strokes, Common, Robert Glasper, Battles, Die Antwoord, and Beyonce. He also does remix work under the moniker Madison Avenue Girls, has produced a documentary, and has also recently started a YouTube channel. We chat about how DJing shaped his approach to production, focusing on the “why” behind what you’re doing, and the importance of recognizing when being comfortable might be keeping you from your goals.In this episode we'll dig in on...DJing and seeing the effect music has on peopleKeeping a "Beginner's Mind"Technology as a touchstone of access, not a barrier to accessReading gear manualsPushing your assistants to "out grow the job"Big Studio vs Apprenticing/MentoringThe was of working with amazing musiciansUnderestimating the power of networking early in your careerGoing to studios to hang out with friendsThinking of a discography as a calling card and legacyEvery person is a body of knowledge worth tapping intoWorking for Tony MaseratiGuerrilla recording indie bandsRecognizing when opportunities aren't what you expected, but making them what you need.Learn More About ...Linktree: https://christabron.com/links Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tabnetic/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrp6Va-4r5RkaIF0ARYFS8gOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Chris TabronHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Alex Crescioni: Working in Extremes, Studio Etiquette, and Niching Down into your Passion Today’s guest is Los Angeles based musician, producer, engineer, and mixer Alex Crescioni. Alex currently works out of his studio, Stygian Sound, which is located in the legendary Sound City Center complex. Focusing on heavy and dark genres in the metal world, Alex has worked with artists on Cleopatra Records, Pavement Music, Metal Assault Records, and Nuclear Blast Records as well as collaborated with Meegs Rascon, Chris Collier, and Tim Palmer. We have a great chat about the subgenres of metal, the strategy behind creating a selected discography, niching down to focus on music that you are passionate about, and how being a prepared client brings the best out of everybody involved.In this episode we'll dig in on...Learning from your failuresStudio etiquetteHaving a studio in the Sound City complexThe importance of finding people that will give you their honest opinionPutting technical metal riffs under the studio microscopeNiching down to make music you loveStudying guitar and recording at Musicians InstituteClassical piano and The Suzuki MethodThe art navigating of Los Angeles trafficGetting a loan and jumping head first into owning a studioWord of mouth referralsHow marketing can lead to transaction temporary clientsSeparation of work and lifeDSP guitar amp simulators vs real tube ampsGuitar string guageLearn More About Alex Crescioni...Website: https://www.alexcrescioni.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexcrescioni/Stygian Sound IG: https://www.instagram.com/stygiansound/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Alex CrescioniHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Blockchain, NFTs, and Web 3.0 for Musicians with Noël Jackson In this is a special bonus episode, I sit down with Noël Jackson to discuss the world of blockchain, NFTs, Web 3.0 and the potential impact these things could have on music and the arts. Noël is an artist, music producer, and mastering engineer, as well as a computer engineer, UX designer, and hacker. We chat through the basics of what blockchain, smart contracts and cryptocurrencies are and then work into the implications they could have on music royalties, ownership, and how transparency leads to the sustainability of the arts.In this episode we'll dig in on...DecentralizationHow blockchain can reinvent the record storeMining Bitcoin with volcanosSmart contracts implications in music and artThe importance of understanding the technology you are usingDigital assetsThe need for transparency in the music industryProof of Work vs Proof of StakeData tracking purposes vs Monetary PurposesLearn More About ...Website: https://noeljackson.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noelndj/Twitter: https://twitter.com/noelProduct Strategy Firm: https://necessary.vision/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Join my Studiocast.io Studio and get behind the scenes of Progressions!Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Noël JacksonHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
PrettyBoss Podcast 5 - Mental health in life and relationships The ladies of @PrettyBossCT talk about the importance of openly discussing mental health for the sake of self and those around us. @djdarksydect and @shayblayze are joined by @dearestcotracks
PrettyBoss Podcast 6 - Ladies from the CT music scene interview Marvalyss @djdarksydect and @shayblayze sit down and interview a lyrical beast by the name of Marvalyss. Check the skills and listen as we discuss the local music scene, support and what made him the artist he is today.
PrettyBoss Podcast 7 - Ladies of PrettyBossCT discuss relationships, pet peeves, red flags and more on 4/20! @I_am_jstarrmarie @shayblayze and @djdarksydect share our experiences with domestic violence and all the ups and downs in our relationships. 3 different entertaining experiences from your favorite team of ladies PrettyBossCT!
PrettyBoss Podcast 8 - Ladies of CT Music Industry interview Ladi Rock @shayblayze and @djdarksydect sit down with Ladi Rock, one of the hand selected artists for Shay Blayze's EP featuring amazing CT lyricists! First female on our show so you know we had to speak about relationships and stuff as well.
Episode 270: "Over 100 Shows a Year with NO Agent!" The Creative Side of Touring... In this episode of the podcast, Rick speaks with Indie Artist Tara Brueske about how she is able to tour over 100 days a year? They discuss some non-traditional venues and how lucrative they can be.
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Episode 271: Conversation with Bandsintown CEO and Co-Founder Fabrice Sergent In this episode, Rick talks with CEO and Co-Founder Founder Fabrice Sergent from Bandsintown. Rick was surprised to find out about all the cool tools for artists that are available on the platform.
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#35 THE ASSIST TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITHE RYAN AND MICKY FROM THE ASSIST

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Episode 17 | This Is The Remix What’s good family? On todays episode I wanted to talk about making beats using Acapellas. I definitely think this is a great way to sharpen your skills as a producer. There are so many benefits to working with acapellas and doing remixes. And stay tuned, I have a few remix projects dropping this year.I thank you for listeningPeace.Bandcamp: https://dotisthename.bandcamp.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dotisthename/Tic Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dotisthename?lang=enLinktree: https://linktr.ee/dotisthename
269 – 5 Steps to Web3 Success for Independent Musicians Is it time to embrace Web3 as a musician? What steps should you take if you’re interested in making a go of it as an independent artist?
That’s what we’re going to be looking at in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 00:27 – Web3 is here
* 01:06 – Learning about blockchain-powered, decentralized platforms
* 02:13 – Discover the platforms and experiment with them
* 03:41 – Dig your rolodex well before you’re thirsty
* 04:34 – Create your first NFT (if you haven’t already)
* 05:46 – Understanding how to handle cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.
* 07:01 – Episode summary
* 08:10 – Closing thoughts

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* 016 – 5 Things I Learned From Blockchain Revolution
* 180 – The IMDb of the Music Industry
* 192 – Looking to the Future of a Blockchain-Powered Music Industry
* 237 – Music Streaming, Copyright & NFTs
* 248 – Get Your Music Distributed & Tap into More Revenue Streams
* 260 – The Future of Music & Multimedia
* Odysee
* BitClout
* Koji
* PDF Vault

Transcription:
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe.
Like it or not, Web3 is here. Now, nobody knows for sure how things are going to shake out with the current hype. The parallels to the dot-com bubble are practically beyond reproach, so separating hype from reality is a serious challenge.
But investor Eric Siu makes a good point – it’s called Web3 for a reason. It’s happening, and it’s here to stay. It’s the next evolution of the web.
And so, we need to begin dipping our toes into the waters before jumping headlong into the unknown. But the time to get started is now. The longer you wait, the greater the chance you will miss out on incredible opportunities.
Today, we’re going to be looking at five steps to Web3 success for independent musicians.
Step #1 – Begin Learning
What is Web3? How does it work? Why does it matter?
Whether on The New Music Industry Podcast or Music Entrepreneur HQ blog, we’re no stranger to blockchain related topics:

* You can go all the way back to episode 16 of the podcast to listen to my review on Blockchain Revolution and pick up the book if it interests you
* In episode 180 of the podcast, I talked to Vasja Veber of Viberate
* You can have a listen to episode 192 of the podcast with <a href="https://musicentrepreneurhq.com/192-looking-to-the-future-of-blockchain-powered-music-in...
#34 SKYLIGHTS TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP TURNBULL FROM SKYLIGHTS
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#V1 DR JOHN COOPER CLARKE (VIDEO EPISODE) TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE LOOK BACK AT A PREVIOUS EPISODE OF THE PODCAST BUT NOW YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO!
JOHN DOESNT DO ZOOM OR OWT LIKE THAT BUT YOU CAN IMAGINE HIM SAT BCK IN A BIG SMOKING JACKET CHILLING IN HIS HOUSE HAVING A CHAT, A LOVELY BLOKE, WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS RETRO EPISODE.
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Episode 16 | 3 Tips When Making Beat Tapes What’s good fam? Today I want to talk about something that I specialize in, and that would be making Beat Tapes. I’ve been doing this consistently for about 5 years now and I just wanted to share some tips that I’ve picked up along the way. My goal is to help any of you who may be starting out making a beat tape and might need some guidance in completing your project. If this episode was helpful in any way, please let me know. I definitely plan on making more Beat Tape informational content in the future.I thank you for listeningPeace.
Season 3 - Episode 7: John Martin Keith - The Definition Of Success This week I’m talking with a live audience at Lifest in Osh Kosh, WI sharing my story and answering questions from the audience about the music industry. We are discussing the pros and cons of streaming platforms, the importance of having other writers critique your songwriting and what I believe is the definition of success for anyone pursuing a career in the music industry.


Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com. 

In this episode we talk about:

*Building a touring schedule on your own as a new artist.
*How to build relationships with people in order to writing songs professionally.
*Recording albums with today’s technology.
*The pros and cons of streaming platforms.
*What record companies look for in signing artists in today’s climate.
*How to hone your songwriting skills.
*Have 3 other writers to give you honest feedback about your songs.
*How to find venues that play your style of music.
*The pros and cons of going to college for music vs. bypassing college.
*When others quit, you keep going.
*The definition of success.
*www.johnmartinkeith.com
*www.edenbrookeproductions.com

BIO:


John Martin Keith is a singer-songwriter with Edenbrooke Music in Nashville, Tennessee. He is passionate about God and music and has over 20 years of experience in the music industry. John Martin, better known as Marty, has performed in front of thousands from the stage along with artists including Steven Curtis Chapman, Jaci Velasquez, and NewSong, among others.


Originally from Paducah, Kentucky, Marty began learning to play the guitar at the age of four from Herb Chapman Sr., father of GRAMMY and Dove award winning artist Steven Curtis Chapman. Throughout his early life, Marty played talent shows and county fairs in Kentucky, sharpening his skills and preparing for the day he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dream of a music career. During his college years in Kansas and Missouri, he shifted into music ministry, working with youth camps, which shaped his style of music into what it is today.


In 2006, Marty became an ordained worship pastor and was dubbed a “musicianary” by one of his pastors. Since then, he has spent years touring the country, sharing the gospel of Jesus through his music in churches, camps, youth conferences/retreats, and colleges. “When I lead worship, my goal is not to become the focus, but to turn the focus to the throne of God. I want worshipers to look inside themselves and at their relationship with Jesus. To understand that apart from Christ there is no hope in the world and through Christ alone can salvation, peace, and joy be found,” says Marty. He adds, “These songs fit into every category of life. They are about real life, real joy, real love, real struggle. Being a Christian does not mean we won’t have struggles. Christ told his disciples, ‘in this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.’ (John 16:33) Even in the struggles, there should be worship. Everything we do in life should be an act of worship to the Lord.” Marty’s music strives to be a reflection of that.


As a songwriter, Marty writes multiple genres, including Pop, Country, Praise & Worship, Americana, Rock, and Dance with some of the top hit makers in Nashville including Mark Irwin (Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw), Nicole Witt (George Strait, Lee Brice), Brady Seals (Little Texas, Hot Apple Pie), Lindsay McCaul, Farewell Angelina, Luke Brown (American Idol), and Shay Watson (Sidewalk Prophets, The Young and the Restless). Marty also writes and produces songs for tv/film and ads with artists from all over the world.  He currently has music placed on CBS, FOX Sports, Discovery Channel, History Channel, The Smithsonian Channel and more.


Marty takes every opportunity given to him to create great music with the hope of enriching peoples live through it. In upbeat songs of praise to our Creator, heartfelt love songs for his wife, or heartbreaking stories of despair he has personally encountered, everyone can find something they are looking for in John Martin Keith’s music.


Marty is the owner of Edenbrooke Music. Edenbrooke Music strives to improve the quality of musical entertainment by improving talent though teaching, by improving sound through production, and by improving the career of the musician through performance and recording opportunity. Edenbrooke Music offers guitar lessons, live sound for special events, booking for touring artists and music production services. Learn more at www.edenbrookemusic.com.
Episode 269: $20,000 in 24 Hours with his NFT's...Music Artist Pip shares all... In this episode, Rick sits down with music artist Pip. With a very small social following and a small audience in general, how did he do it? He shares all.
To follow Pip and see his NFT Offerings:
Social Links:
https://www.pipmusic.xyz/
https://www.instagram.com/pipmusic_/
https://twitter.com/Pipmusic_
https://www.tiktok.com/@pipmusic_?lang=en
https://open.spotify.com/artist/6wYjE80aPC9C0sPFPCzyjb?si=iDflngyRQ72OTJDlqGXLEQ
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268 – Uncover Your Core Message – with Tara Divina Do you know what your brand message is? Do you know what difference you’re out to make in the world with your music?
That’s what we’re going to be looking at in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 00:25 – Tara Divina&#8217;s awakening
* 02:48 – Why Tara found the career path stifling
* 03:30 – What does &#8220;meaning&#8221; mean to Tara?
* 05:08 – Rediscovering your identity as an artist
* 08:17 – How to scale a successful business
* 11:03 – What is core message marketing?
* 14:40 – Exercise to discover your core message
* 17:44 – Examples of core brand messages
* 19:44 – Turning your life and business into a work of art
* 21:03 – Branding sounds like a lot of work&#8230;
* 23:00 – Tapping into creative inspiration
* 28:30 – Why is beauty so important?
* 30:45 – How do artists monetize their work effectively?
* 34:36 – What&#8217;s the last YouTube video Tara watched?
* 35:03 – What is Tara&#8217;s daily routine like?
* 35:44 – What is the greatest challenge Tara has overcome?
* 36:00 – What is the greatest victory Tara has experienced?
* 36:41 – Tara&#8217;s recommended books
* 39:01 – Tara&#8217;s final thoughts

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* Tara Divina
* Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
* Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel S. F. Heller
* Healing Back Pain by Dr. John E. Sarno
* 257 – Living Pain-Free in Music & Life
* Knockout Originals
* PDF Vault

Transcription:
David Andrew Wiebe: Today I&#8217;m passing the mic with Tara Divina. How are you today, Tara?
Tara Divina: I&#8217;m doing great.
David Andrew Wiebe: I understand that you became an intern at London-Sire Records in New York City at 20 years old. Then you joined the executive team at Warner Music Group overseeing the independent music arm, specifically in digital sales and marketing. But then you realized you&#8217;re made for something else. What happened?
Tara Divina: Well, what happened was that I had sort of a rocket ship to the moon type career in the music industry. And I had originally gotten into the business because at the end of my university degree in business, I thought to myself, &#8220;What am I going to do next?&#8221; And the answer, unlike most of my peers, was not become a product manager at Pepsi Cola, or an accountant at KPMG. That for the going, typical career flow was and so I thought to myself, well, I love music. I love being a musician, perhaps entering the industry will bring me closer to these things. And over time, what I discovered was that being in the industry, took me much further from these things, and from my creative impulses. And so, being a very creative spirit, I began to get progressively more and more depressed and disillusioned, even though on paper, I had everything that anyone would ever want, you know, wonderful, prestigious career, lots of abundance financially, lots of engagement with things. It just didn&#8217;t add up for me. And I hit a breaking point where I was starting to decline and then went to Burning Man, I was invited to Burning Man,
Episode 269: $20,000 in 24 Hours with his NFT's...Music Artist Pip shares all... In this episode, Rick sits down with music artist Pip. With a very small social following and a small audience in general, how did he do it? He shares all.
To follow Pip and see his NFT Offerings:
Social Links:
https://www.pipmusic.xyz/
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Episode 15 | A Producer's Toolbox What’s good family? Today I wanted to talk about the tools in your Producer Toolbox. In other words the tools or techniques that you may have pick up over time on your journey as a producer. Some times we might get stuck in repeating patterns when we make beats and forget about the other tips and tricks we’ve learned over time that could help us bring out our creativity even more. What are some things that you might do to switch up your beats to make them a little more different and interesting ?I thank you for listeningPeace.
Nicholas Di Lorenzo: Loudness with Intention and Mastering the Client Experience Today’s guest is mixing and mastering engineer Nicholas Di Lorenzo. Nicholas is the owner and operator of Panorama Mastering in Melbourne, Australia. Since opening the studio 6 years ago Panorama has been involved in over 3000 projects, including artists such as Tentendo, Ava King, and Dugong Jr. As well as labels and publishing companies like Universal Music Group and Sony ATV. We have a great chat about loudness target myths, how to build a client roster, the importance of mental health awareness in the music industry.In this episode we'll dig in on...Mastering in Pro ToolsNon-Traditional studio modelsThe future of file deliveryBuilding a team that facilitates a great experience for clientsHow to build a new client roster3 am gym sessionsFrictionless content creationClient feedbackThe Melbourne studio sceneLogic vs Pro Tools for editing and mixingRecognizing the reality of the music industrySocial media as a creative outletLearn More About ...Website: https://www.panoramamastering.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PanoramamasteringAustralia/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/panorama_mastering/Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@panorama_masteringOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Nicholas Di LorenzoHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Season 3 - Episode 6: Ben McDonald of Sidewalk Prophets - Resilience photo by jasonwaitephotography.com

This week, I’m talking with Ben McDonald of the band Sidewalk Prophets in my first ever live recording with an audience at Lifest music festival in Osh Kosh, WI. With three major studio albums, five #1 hits, and eight top 5 songs under their belt, Sidewalk Prophets has solidified their place among the elite artists in Christian music. As a founding member, Ben has been one of the leading songwriters and guitar players in the band. We are discussing how to handle to hardships and successes of getting a band off the ground as well and the ever changing involvement Ben has in the band as he has recently stepped off of stage but continues to be a driving force behind the bands songwriting, creativity and success as the band’s manager.  Plus, we talk about the importance of being resilient in this industry to be successful.

Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com.

In this episode we talk about:

*You have to write a lot of bad songs to find the good ones.
*The importance of choosing a band name.
*When starting out, play where you can as much as you can.
*It’s a long term commitment.
*How to contact artists to play your venue.
*Working your way up the rung in the industry.
*Resilience.
*When things are hard, you can choose to quit or choose to go forward.
*Practice your craft.
*Write with people who are better than you.
*Learn how to take criticism.


BIO:

Sidewalk Prophets is more than just music, and more than just entertainment we are family.  The band has a strong desire to make everyone feel loved and valued and the goal of this new on-line store is to make sure each person feels special. Dave Frey and Ben McDonald had no idea what was in store for them when their paths crossed at Anderson University years ago, but one listen to their hugely anticipated major label debut, These Simple Truths, confirms the band's undeniable talent. The fact that they have been on the road for 150+ dates per year for the years and show no signs of slowing down attests to their tenacious work ethic. 

But while there are tons of bands with talent and tenacity who never progress beyond the garage, Sidewalk Prophets insist it is the ever-present hand of the Lord that has lifted them to the next level of their career. 

With three major studio albums, five #1 hits, and eight top 5 songs under their belt Sidewalk Prophets has solidified their place among the elite artists in Christian music.  Their goal is simple: Authentically sharing Christ. Creatively inspiring Hope. Joyfully making everyone feel like someone.
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267 – 10 Ways to Fail as an Independent Artist Do you wish you could be a spectacular failure in the music business? Are you looking for the step-by-step process that will make you an embarrassing disgrace to yourself, your family, and the world?
That’s what we’re going to be looking at in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 00:32 – A framework for failure
* 00:52 – Be a jerk to everyone
* 01:17 – Flake out on everything
* 01:58 – Don’t improve as a musician
* 02:29 – Spend all your time on social media
* 03:18 – Don’t build email lists
* 03:55 – Make Spotify your sole source of income
* 04:34 – Don’t get expert coaching
* 05:16 – Don’t invest in your personal growth
* 05:56 – Don’t reinvest in your music career
* 06:29 – Remain a Blockbuster in the age of Netflix
* 07:00 – Episode summary

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* 266 – The 5 Layers of Independent Music Success
* Leadpages
* The New Music Industry by David Andrew Wiebe

Transcription:
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe.
So, normally I talk about frameworks for success, just like in the last episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
This episode is going to be a little different. What follows is a framework for failure.
Now, this might seem a little strange, but by the end of it, I think you will begin to see how powerful an exercise it can be.
You’ll see what I mean. Let’s get into this.
1. Be a Complete Jerk
Insult the people you meet. Make fun of your fans. Criticize and attack your bandmates. Curse the media. People are awful and they deserve to know just how much they suck and how much better you are.
Hit on men or women who are already attached to someone else. Stay at hotel rooms, throw the TV out the window, and refuse to pay for your stay. Flip off everyone. They’re horrible people for not recognizing your greatness.
2. Be a Flake
Don’t show up to band meetings or rehearsals. Don’t show up to gigs. Don’t show up to radio or podcast interviews. And if you do show up, make it an hour late, and pretend like you weren’t at fault. Make no excuses, no apologies, and put no effort into salvaging the opportunity or resolving the situation whatsoever.
Be a person who promises big and delivers small. Or deliver nothing at all. Disappoint your friends, your family, your fans, and anyone else who dares express any interest in you.
Make bad excuses. Say, “I’m washing my hair that night,” or “I’m tired,” or “I have to get up early tomorrow,” or “my dog ate my homework,” in contexts where it doesn’t make sense, and pretend like people buy your reasons for being absent.
3. Don’t Improve
Spend no time whatsoever working on your craft. Don’t try to be better.
Next time you have a show, or a new release, make no effort. Don’t practice. Don’t market. Don’t show up with new material unless it’s just as bad as your earlier works. Don’t engage the fans. Don’t engage the venue owner, event organizer, or anyone else connected to your show or project. Actively insult them instead.
Give a half-assed attempt at everything, just to make sure your performances aren’t getting better. You don’t want to improve by mistake and give the wrong impression.
4. Rely Exclusively on Social Media
Spend all your time and energy on social media. Create accounts far and wide – Bandcamp, Facebook, Fanbase, Instagram,
Season 3 - Episode 5: Chris Clayton - The Nashville Bar This week I’m talking with my friend, co-writer, co-producer and fellow worship pastor Chris Clayton. Chris is one of the top worship music producers in Nashville. His track record includes some of my favorite artists including Shane and Shane, Big Daddy Weave and Phillips, Craig and Dean and his songs have been featured in Lifeway, Word and Integrity Music. We are discussing the differences you will find as a producer starting out compared to the bar that Nashville sets for you to rise to and what it takes to hit that bar. Plus, we discuss the differences in recording a live album vs. a studio album and what the role of a producer should play in an artists life.


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In this episode we talk about:

*Song Capture Podcast - www.songcapture.com
*Do a great job so artists will spread the word about you.
*The Nashville Bar.
*Learn to track, edit and pocket a vocal the best you can.
*Training your ear to tune vocals properly.
*The big picture of production.
*Produce masters, not demos.
*Produce the demo so well, the label will want you to produce the album.
*Differences between recording a live album vs. a studio album.
*The Process of recording a live album.
*Capturing a moment from the audience.
*Costs of having a song produced.


*What true producers are looking for.
*The hardest part for producers working with artists.
*The biggest investment you can do for your music is bring in a producer.
*Artists: surround yourself with people better than you and find a producer who’s the right fit for you.
*As a producer: just start and just do.
*Serve the people you’re given.
*www.chrisclaytonmusic.com

BIO:
Chris Clayton is an award-nominated Worship/CCM producer, songwriter and mix engineer. He has worked on projects with a variety of independent artists and churches as well as national artists like Big Daddy Weave, Phillips, Craig, and Dean, Shane and Shane, Christine D'Clario, Kristene DiMarco (Bethel Music) and Prestonwood Worship just to name a few. As a songwriter, his songs have been featured by many artists and organizations including Worship Leader Magazine, LifeWay Worship, Word Music and Integrity Music.  

“Burn Bright,” co-written and produced by Clayton, and recorded by Will Walker, was nominated for the 2018 GMA Canada Covenant Award for Pop Song of the Year.
Clayton’s heart is for the Church and the artists he works with. Serving also as the worship pastor at Gateway Church in Franklin, Tennessee, he credits his grounding in the local church as one of the keys to his success. After all, it’s not just about the music.

“It's about investing in the artist as a person,” he says. “It truly drives everything I do.” Those relationships shine through the music, creating a lyrical and musical landscape out of intimate conversations and trust.”

Chris resides in the Nashville, TN area with his beautiful and amazing wife Kara and their five awesome kids.
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LEWITT Audio - Behind The Brand Chapters00:00 - Introduction00:30 - Lewitt Audio Beginnings04:42 - Creating Unique Products08:19 - Engineering Focussed09:34 - Circuit Control | Remote Control 11:37 - The LCT 1040 Microphone13:35 - Working With External Engineers14:25 - Expanding Into Other Areas15:29 - The Electronics16:28 - Industry Areas Needing Improvement18:59 - Recording Environment Acoustics19:56 - Company Expansion23:29 - An International Team 27:12 - Development and Innovation 31:15 - The 10 Year Warranty Lewitt Audio BiogDesigned and engineered in Vienna, Austria, LEWITT microphones set new standards in sound capture as a modern, innovative alternative to traditional technologies. Founded in January 2010 by entrepreneurial audio pioneer Roman Perschon, LEWITT is a dedicated and diverse team of audio experts with a passion for quality and in-house engineering capabilities to focus entirely on customers' needs. Today, LEWITT is considered one of the fastest-growing microphone brands with a diverse team of over 100 employees with offices in Europe, China, and the US. Each microphone model results from a consultative process including many of the world's most respected producers, sound engineers, and musicians – the growing worldwide community of audio enthusiasts who trust the sensational sound of LEWITT.Roman Perschon, the CEO of LEWITT, studied Electronics and has been in the audio industry for 20 years. Twelve years ago, he founded LEWITT to push microphone design forward. Today, the brand is primarily oriented towards the user's needs.  Moritz Lochner, COO and Head of Product Management at LEWITT, studied Audio Engineering and gained experience in the studio, live, and broadcast. He joined LEWITT in 2015 and quickly evolved to a leading personality within the company.https://www.lewitt-audio.com/Hugh Robjohns BiogHugh Robjohns has been Sound On Sound´s Technical Editor since 1997. Prior to that he worked in a variety of (mostly) sound-related roles in BBC Television, ending up as a Sound Operations Lecturer at the BBC´s technical training centre. He continues to provide audio consultancy and bespoke broadcast audio training services all over the world, lectures at professional and public conventions, and occasionally records and masters acoustic and classical music too!
PrettyBoss Podcast 4 - Ladies from CT music scene interview local independent artists Lu Dizzy and Future X The ladies of @PrettyBossCT interview local independent artists @ludizzy @futurex_creationlords and discuss the slap heard around the world! Shouts out to our audio guy for stopping the recording for like a minute and a half. @djdarksydect had to improvise. We're learning! Catch the Live video on our #youtube at PrettyBoss.
266 – The 5 Layers of Independent Music Success How do you achieve independent music success on your own terms?
What music distribution service should you choose, and what are the nuances you should be aware of in selecting a partner?
All this and more in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 01:11 – Catching up with Monica Strut
* 03:26 – What’s new with Monica?
* 06:59 – What’s new with David?
* 12:52 – The 5 layers of independent music success
* 50:18 – Navigating the music distribution minefield
* 1:05:23 – Get in touch
* 1:06:11 – Closing thoughts

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* Sign Up for Koji – the Best Link in Bio for Musicians
* Episode 125 – Getting the Most Out of Your Social Media Marketing as a Musician
* Monica Strut
* Episode 86 – How to Work Less & Make More as a Music Entrepreneur
* Elite Players: All Access Pass
* Episode 262 – “All Successful Rock Musicians Are Business Minded”
* Gaki Music
* The 5 Layers of Independent Music Success
* The Nobody Prayer (Original Soundtrack)
* Music by ItsWatR
* Navigating the Music Distribution Minefield
* 248 – Get Your Music Distributed & Tap into More Revenue Streams

Episode Summary:
David welcomes back Monica Strut to the show – her last appearance was on episode 125 of The New Music Industry Podcast.
Monica shares what’s new in her world. Her rock-metal band, The Last Martyr recently launched a new single and rebranded their online and offline presence. Her band now has a booking agent who is keeping the band busy on tour.
Monica also put together a new course called Crush Your Next Release. Normally, she works with bands on a case-by-case basis to develop their release strategy, so this is the first time her methodology has been available as a six-week course.
David shares about his search for a new home. He also shares an update on his search for a Chief Marketing Officer for Music Entrepreneur HQ. Through an insurance agent, he was connected to CAYK Marketing in Calgary, AB. After a couple of sessions, they informed David that they did not detect any major SEO concerns and that it would not make sense for him to go on a retainer at this time.
Episode 14 | The Power of Community What’s good family? Today I wanted to talk about the power of community. I believe being surrounded by like minded people in whatever you’re interested in is a positive. Learning from others, having supporters and collaboration are just a few advantages of being in a community. I also believe building your own community is one of the necessary steps to success (As I am working towards building my own). How do y’all feel about joining communities??I thank you for listeningPeace.
PrettyBoss Podcast 3 The ladies of @PrettyBossCT discuss Kid Fresh Birthday artist showcase, the 1st thing we’d do if we had a penis, domestic violence and why @ShayBlayze likes kangaroos and @DJDarkSydeCT needs someone to manhandle.
Stephen Kaye: Score Mixing, Joy of Missing Out, and a Pandemic Orchestra This week’s guest is Los Angeles based producer, engineer, and mixer Stephen Kaye. Stephen splits his time between film & TV projects and record projects. His credits include Fitz and the Tantrums, Lucius, Salem Ilese, Inara George, Hepcat, and Ziggy Marley. As well as movies and shows such as Bridesmaids, Green Book, Bridgerton, Dear White People, and most recently King Richard. We chat about the FOMO of balancing projects, reading music, and working with orchestral instruments in less than ideal circumstances.In this episode we'll dig in on...Working SmarterDealing with not being creditedRecording Beatles sound-a-likes in high school for funUsing Vienne Ensemble MIR to recreate space around solo stringsRunning Pro Tools for score tracking sessionsConsidering back stepping and working as a runner to learn moreWorking in studios since age 16Doing one-man string arrangements for early 2000s pop RnBBalancing record work and film & TV workPreviewing movies with test audiencesFilm deadlines vs TV deadlinesLearn More About ...Website: https://www.sunkingstudios.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunkingstudios/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Stephen KayeHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 13 | Finish What You Start What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about completion. I think it’s very important to finish what you start but it’s not always easy. When it comes to my projects, I always run into some kind of obstacle or distraction that might get in the way or throw me off but that’s part of the journey and beauty of completing something. Don’t you agree lol? Let me know in the comments about what you think?I thank you for listeningPeace.
Season 3 - Episode 4: John Clinebell - Go From Learning To Earning This week I’m talking with John Clinebell of Sync It! Music and Licensing Basecamp which teaches artists and producers to get their songs and production up to standard for sync pitching. John has tons of sync placements including Fox, Disney/ABC, CBS, Starbucks and more. We are discussing the best ways to approach making music and pitching music in the sync world, plus what genres of music are being asked for currently in sync.

Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com. 

In this episode we talk about:

*A music supervisor is tasked with the creative and legal aspects of putting music to picture in tv or film within the budget they are given to work with.
*Sync It Music and Licensing base camp teaching people to get the songs and production up to standard for pitching, providing encouragement and accountability and strategies for success with different workshops by bringing in experts in different areas and providing pitching opportunities as well.
*Sync It Music partners with different licensing agents so the clients can pitch their music and hopefully get signed by the agent for representation.
*Things to consider between exclusive and non-exclusive deals.
*If it’s confusing who reps your music, you can lose deals.
*Follow music supervisors on social media to see what they are posting about types of music they are pitching for.
*Genres needed for sync currently.
*Your music needs to be soulful in a fun way for ads.
*Most agencies want to support actual artists, not made up artists just for sync.
*Music that works great for sync, but also fits what you do as an artist is best.
*Create alt endings to your songs that ring out the the last chord instead of a sting ending.
*Control Camp is a great place to learn what is needed in licensing.
*Be polite to the people you want to work with.
*Ask for what you want but do it in a way that is respectful.
*Go through proper channels when pitching to supervisors.
*www.johnclinebell.com
*www.syncitmusic.com

BIO:
John is originally from the mid west, was based in Los Angeles for 15 years, and moved to Nashville in 2022. 
John has placements with Fox, Disney/ABC, CBS, BET, ESPN, MTV, Nick jr, Lifetime, Netflix, Hulu, Oxygen, USA networks, Facebook/Instagram corporate, Starbucks commercials, CBBC, Microsoft corporate, Ring training and promo videos, CBC’s q radio, Sky, Spotify playlists, in-store at major UK retailers and many other places. music repped by Sky, 411, Lyric House, So Stereo, Koze Music, Protunes, Think Music, Crucial, Atrium, Heavy Hitters, Song & Film, Imaginary Friends and other sync partners.

John has pro studio locations in Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles (Koreatown). He and production partner / manager Billy Lefler produce together under the name Bacon Shake.


John is the founder of make moves in music, a community for music entrepreneurs and also a podcast. Also co-founder of sync it! music with Sonnet Simmons. They have an exclusive sync licensing education community called Licensing Basecamp where they give indie artists, songwriters and producers the encouragement, accountability and success strategies they need to start earning money licensing their music to tv, film and ads.


From 2019-2021 John served as director of music at catch the moon music, a music licensing education company founded by Cathy Heller. They mentored talented indie artists, songwriters and producers on how to go about getting their songs onto tv shows, films, ads, video games, in-store and into music production libraries and helped connect the dots between students/alumni and decision makers in the industry.
The Brief: Spotify’s $7b, Worlde for Music, Token||Traxx NFT Marketplace, YouTube and More Your update on new releases, business and tech news in less than five minutes from MusicIndustryCity.comSpotify says it paid out $7 billion to music rights holders last year. More than 1,000 generated over $1 million, and more than 50 thousand generated over $10 thousand.For you Worlde fans, there’s Heardle - the Wordle for music. Now you can try to Name That Tune in six guesses or less. I bet I can name that song in one note :) In music tech news,YouTube is adding new live stream features which include live guests, which will allow creators to invite a guest to their stream, and live rings which help to better alert viewers when a channel is going live. From the Web 3 World...Token||Traxx, a new NFT marketplace for the music community, sold out their TRAXX Token Public Sale this week and has announced new partnerships with AscendEX and BitMartIn Musical Chairs...UTA’s music division just added a trio of new hires. Aaron Arkin, Vatana Shaw and Mary Allen. will join the team.And for your listening pleasure…Soccer Mommy announces a new album titled "Sometimes Forever." It will land on June 24th, courtesy of Loma Vista.That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and tune in to The Weekly Wrap on the Music Industry City YouTube channel Thursday nights at 7pm eastern.Have a great day!
The Brief: Spotify’s $7b, Worlde for Music, Token||Traxx NFT Marketplace, YouTube and More Your update on new releases, business and tech news in less than five minutes from MusicIndustryCity.comSpotify says it paid out $7 billion to music rights holders last year. More than 1,000 generated over $1 million, and more than 50 thousand generated over $10 thousand.For you Worlde fans, there’s Heardle - the Wordle for music. Now you can try to Name That Tune in six guesses or less. I bet I can name that song in one note :) In music tech news,YouTube is adding new live stream features which include live guests, which will allow creators to invite a guest to their stream, and live rings which help to better alert viewers when a channel is going live. From the Web 3 World...Token||Traxx, a new NFT marketplace for the music community, sold out their TRAXX Token Public Sale this week and has announced new partnerships with AscendEX and BitMartIn Musical Chairs...UTA’s music division just added a trio of new hires. Aaron Arkin, Vatana Shaw and Mary Allen. will join the team.And for your listening pleasure…Soccer Mommy announces a new album titled "Sometimes Forever." It will land on June 24th, courtesy of Loma Vista.That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and tune in to The Weekly Wrap on the Music Industry City YouTube channel Thursday nights at 7pm eastern.Have a great day!
265 – Facebook Pages Are Dead Are you still promoting your music on Facebook? That’s not necessarily a bad thing. The challenge is that algorithms are constantly changing, and what used to work doesn’t work anymore.
Are Facebook pages dead? That’s what we’re going to be looking at in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 01:17 – Facebook is on a downward spiral
* 02:11 – Instances in which Facebook pages still work
* 05:48 – Alternatives to pages
* 08:15 – Episode summary and additional tips

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* Sign Up for Koji – the Best Link in Bio for Musicians
* The New Music Industry by David Andrew Wiebe
* The Indie YYC
* The Nobody Prayer (Original Soundtrack)
* Chord King Course
* ConvertKit

Transcription:
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe.
Over the years, I’ve warned about single source dependence, building on rented land, digital sharecropping, and the fickle nature of social media platforms in general.
As far as I can tell, Facebook, or Meta, or whatever they want to call their products these days, is on a downward spiral it may not recover from.
As of now, it’s still a viable marketing platform. It’s just that, as per usual, marketers ruin everything, and if you aren’t doing the right things, you aren’t rewarded for your behaviors.
And what I’m about to share with you here may not be news to you, but I do think it’s worth viewing through the lens of adapting. After all, the subtitle of The New Music Industry is Adapting, Growing, and Thriving in The Information Age.
And, while some say we’re now in the Experience Age, and no longer in the Information Age, I don’t think adaptation is going to prove any less important. So, let’s talk about Facebook pages.
The Death of Pages
Now, there are exceptions to everything.
If you have an established Facebook page, or if there’s a reason for people to come looking for you, pages can still work. There are, for example, personalities who only ever seem to publish on Facebook, so I miss out on their videos unless I actively seek them out. So, every Wednesday, I log in to Facebook to see what they’re up to because I know they usually go live on Wednesdays.
I co-founded a community called The Indie YYC and we use Facebook as our primary platform. There are always risks and I’ve shared my concerns with the inner community, but given everyone’s busy schedule and participation level, publishing to Facebook has worked, and continues to work for us. Just for reference, we have nearly 1,500 likes, and over 1,600 followers.
Although engagement level isn’t always consistent or predictable, we do reach about 100 to 600 people per post without boosting them.
The issue is, if you’re trying to establish a new page and a new brand now, unless you’ve got a big budget to spend or a lot of traffic you can push from your email list or another platform, a Facebook page is not going to be a good use of your time.
I’ve read articles on Facebook’s algorithm updates, and honestly, I see the same generic advice that always gets thrown around – connect with your audience, post at the right time,
Season 3 - Episode 3: Jason Brooks - Availability Is Essential Photo by: @kathryntbyrd

This week I’m talking with my friend a fellow guitarist Jason Brooks. We met while working on the tv show Nashville together a few years ago. Jason has toured all over the world and played on multiple talk shows as a guitar player for some of today’s most popular country artists including Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Maddie & Tae, Mickey Guyton and more. We are discussing how to play to the strength of your amp, how to go about getting an endorsement deal and the importance of being available in order to get gigs.

Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com. 


In this episode we talk about:

*Know when to grab an opportunity.
*Availability is essential.
*When you find success, continue to grow it.
*Don’t oversell yourself.
*If you’re not keeping up with people in your network, you’re actually removing them from it.
*3 main types of amps to work from.
*Play to the strength of the amp.
*Understand your voice on your instrument.
*Endorsement deals.
*Pursue a deal from a smaller company first.
*How busy you are and where you are in your career help determine endorsements you get.
*Establish a relationship with endorsement people.
*Tag companies you want endorsements with on social media as you use their gear.
*Venues vs. TV.
*Create your own success vs. just being an employee.
*Saving your money and have emergency funds.
*Charts vs. memorizing.
*Always learn the music.
*Make sure your instruments are well maintained.


BIO:
Jason Brooks is a Nashville based guitarist. Born in South Korea, Jason grew up just outside Washington DC in Herndon Virginia. At 20, Jason made the move to Nashville to pursue a degree in Music Business at Belmont University.

Since moving to Nashville Jason has had several high profile performances on The Today Show, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show feat David Letterman, Today with Megyn Kelly, The Kelly Clarkson Show, ABC/CMT drama Nashville, CMT, CMC Australia, CMA Fest Nissan Stadium.

When not touring with The Voice Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope, Jason splits his time between other major label acts and local Nashville gigs. Additionally Jason owns a small production company which specializes in remote tracking sessions and end to end production for commercial compositions which have been featured on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music.


Jason has worked with Grammy nominated artist Cassadee Pope, Grammy nominated artist Ashley Monroe, Season 4 The Voice Winner Danielle Bradbery, Gone West feat. Colbie Caillat, Maddie & Tae, Mickey Guyton, Jana Kramer, Lainey Wilson, Chord Overstreet and many others.

Jason is endorsed by Gibson Brands, Fender Musical Instrument Company, Daddario Strings, and Lollar Pickups. You can connect with Jason on his Instagram at @iisjasonbrooks.
Episode 12 | Being In The Zone What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to give my perspective on Being In The ZONE with a couple of examples of what that has looked like for me. I took it from the angle of making beat tapes and how you can get in that mode when working on a project. It’s one of the best feelings in the world and the craziest part is you might not have even known you were in the zone until after it’s all over. So if you know what Being In The Zone as far as production goes, please share your experience as well. There’s nothing wrong with another source of inspiration for others.I thank you for listeningPeace.
264 – The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition Overview The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition features an all-new introduction, along with plenty of new tools, resources, and up-to-date strategies and mental models to help you grow and impact a fan base and make a living from your passion.
The hardcover edition of the book just came out, so to commemorate this occasion, David reads the updated introduction in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 01:20 – The introduction to The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition
* 01:55 – David’s lowest moment in music
* 05:39 – Digital marketing
* 09:36 – Personal development and mindset
* 10:44 – The business of music
* 12:00 – The three ingredients to success in music
* 12:59 – Closing thoughts

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* Sign Up for Koji – the Best Link in Bio for Musicians
* The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition by David Andrew Wiebe
* Music by ItsWatR
* Content Marketing Musician

Transcription:
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe.
Today, I’ll be sharing the introduction to my latest book, The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition. The hardcover edition of the book just came out, and I’m really excited about that. You can always get your copy at MusicEntrepreneurHQ.com/Code2022.
So, if you’re ready to discover the critical importance of marketing, mindset, and business in building a music career, let’s get into it.
All-New Introduction to The Music Entrepreneur Code – 2022 Edition

If I had understood the value of marketing, mindset, and the business of music, I know I wouldn’t have struggled the way I did, especially in the first decade or so of my music career.
The people closest to me knew my work ethic. They knew I was serious about making music my life. They knew I was talented and had the chops to back my passion.
But like most artists, I ended up struggling in obscurity. I couldn’t sell enough music or book enough paying gigs to make a living.
Merch? Forget it! I didn’t have the financial outlay to put my logo on a shirt. I was barely keeping pace with expenses related to my home, where the fridge and furnace broke down every three years.
I figured there would always be more time to figure it all out. I believed in my heart that one day I would grow into the Rock Stars I loved and admired.
It took many years for me to discover that I would only ever grow into a better version of myself, not into someone else I looked up to.
As it turns out, comparison is almost thoroughly unhelpful, especially when comparing one’s bloopers to another’s highlight reels.
If you have any hope of being happy in this life, I can tell you from deep personal experience that it’s not going to come from comparison.
But I digress. Back to the crappy fridge, broken ass furnace, and the mountain of bills I couldn’t possibly climb my way out of.
(By the way, this is not some kind of sob story or B.S. backstory – all this really happened.)
Unfortunately, things kept turning from bad to worse for me. And it all culminated in a hellish six months beginning in January 2011.
Because my former roommates and best friends had all moved out, I had to bring in new tenants. And the roommate I ended up with was one of the messiest, loudest,
Season 3 - Episode 2: Ross King - 3 Ways To Be Successful In The Music Business This week I’m talking with my friend and co-writer Ross King. Ross is a hit songwriter with Centricity Music in Franklin, TN with cuts by Jordan Feliz, Newsboys, JJ Heller and more. In addition to writing songs for himself and other artists, Ross is a successful sync music writer with multiple placements on tv. We are discussing the value of building a loyal fan base, the pros and cons of having a publishing deal as a songwriter and three things that will help you be successful in music.


Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com. 


In this episode we talk about:

*Be part of a musical organization that people are coming to hear to help learn your craft.
*Writing for artists from American Idol, etc.
*True fans who tell others about is more important than Spotify streams.
*Artist vs. Songwriter.
*Establish a tribe of true fans.
*Understanding what publishing is.
*Understanding what a PRO is.
*The reasons for changing publishing companies.
*Payout from deep album cuts vs. sync cuts.
*What do you want from your career?
*Does a pub deal accomplish what you want? 
*3 ways to be successful in the music business.
*Make relationships with the people in the middle.
*“Tools Not Rules” Songwriting curriculum on www.rosskingmusic.com.
*Creating awareness and authority.
*Collaboration and critique are everything.


BIO:
Since 1995, Ross King has been a full-time songwriter, worship leader, performer and and producer. Many of the songs he’s written have been recorded by Jordan Feliz, Newsboys, We Are Messengers, JJ Heller, North Point Worship, Jason Gray, Jonny Diaz, Carrollton, Micah Tyler, Coby James, Joel Vaughn, Cade Thompson, Jimmy Needham, Michael English, and many others. In addition to writing CCM and worship, Ross crafts songs for the film/tv world. His songs have been heard on an NBC promo for the Today show, a SEC Football promo and a SmileDirectClub commercial.
Outside of primarily writing for others, Ross has recorded several independent albums of his own music throughout the years. In addition to all of that, Ross spends a decent amount of time teaching other songwriters and creatives how to grow in their confidence and in their craft.
Episode 11 | Less Is More What’s good to the Fam? Today I wanted to touch on one of my favorite phrases, Less Is More. In my opinion making simplicity work is a true skill and doesn’t get enough credit. When you think you got something good, sometimes it's best just to leave it the way it is instead of adding more and trying to force it.I thank you for listeningPeace.
Casey Cavaliere: Having Impact, Good Record Deals, and The Wonder Years Today's guest is musician, producer, mixer, and songwriter Casey Cavaliere. Casey is the guitarist and a founding member of the band The Wonder Years. Over the past 15 years they have toured around world and released six full length albums and two EPs. When he's not on tour or recording with his band, Casey is producing records for other artists, hosting his podcast “The Record Process” and working with artists as a development coach, helping them find their voice and steer their careers. We chat about record deals, always providing value, and the importance of knowing yourself as an artist.In this episode we'll dig in on...The founding years of The Wonder YearsTouring post-pandemicSetting the click to the band, not the band to the clickNavigating record dealsPunk and DIY community supportRefining your tasteBringing the energy of a live show to the recordProviding value in every situationImpacting 1 million peopleStarting on trombone and then discovering guitarTraits of a great record labelWhen niching and specializing works and when it doesn'tTravis' Intro: Providing Value and "The Go Giver"Learn More About Casey Cavaliere...Website: http://www.caseycavaliere.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/case_rock/True Level Studio Website: https://www.truelevelstudio.com/True Level Studio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truelevelstudio/The Record Process Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therecordprocess/Listen to The Wonder Years HERE!Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Check out "The Go Giver"Credits:Guest: Casey CavaliereHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
263 – 5 Types of Clients to Avoid in Music If any part of what you do in music depends on you working with clients, then it’s important to know which types of clients to pursue, as well as which types to avoid.
After all, your survival depends on your ability to bring in an income, and nothing can affect your ability to create an income faster than working with clients who endlessly negotiate, waste time, and refuse to pay.
That’s what we’re going to be looking at in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast.
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Podcast Highlights:

* 01:19 – Client disaster stories
* 01:41 – #1: The rush job
* 03:20 – #2: The “why, why, why?”
* 04:59 – #3: The fault finder
* 08:33 – #4: The charlatan
* 10:08 – #5: The self-appointed pinnacle of virtue
* 11:56 – Episode summary and additional tips

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

* Sign Up for Koji – the Best Link in Bio for Musicians
* Music by Coma-Media from Pixabay
* Book Yourself Solid by Michael Port
* Music Money Machine
* Also recommended – Winning Through Intimidation by Robert Ringer

Transcription:
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe.
In this episode, we’re going to be looking at five types of clients to avoid in music.
This should be a fun one, because I’ll even be sharing some of the details of my own client disaster stories.
And if you have any of your own client disaster stories you’d like to share, drop us a line at musicentrepreneurhq@gmail.com.
With that, let’s get into it.
Client Type #1: “I Needed This Done Yesterday”
There are those who will come crying to you at the last-minute, in all seriousness, saying, “I need a rush job.”
For example, it could be an artist who has all their recording done, but because they weren’t thinking ahead, or they’re already behind on timelines, they will ask you to rush their album artwork.
This is exactly the situation I found myself in many years back. My partner gave me lead on the project because it was my contact. So, I had to deliver.
We rushed the designs and got them out to the CD manufacturer as soon as we possibly could.
But this type of client has other attributes that makes them difficult. For one, they don’t care about the details. Even if there was a misprint on the liner notes, they probably wouldn’t bat an eye. They only care about their project being done, and yesterday!
While the client’s CD was being manufactured, I got a grave phone call from them, which nearly turned hostile. They asked me, “Where are the CDs? You told me they would be done today.”
I said no such thing! But after I gathered my composure, I had to explain to him how business days work, which pacified a potentially volatile situation.
I still misquoted him on the contract, though, so, I ended up eating some costs on the project. Ultimately, no money was made.
Can You Still Work with This Type of Client?
Though not ideal, there are still ways of making this type of agreement work.
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Episode 268: David Crosby's advice to musicians is disturbing...“Don’t become a musician.” Recently David Crosby made a statement in an article that got me thinking. Decide for yourself.
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Season 3 - Episode 1: Tony Wood - The Single Is Everything This week I’m talking with my friend Tony Wood who is one of the most successful songwriters in music, period. He currently has 34 #1 songs across multiple genres and over 900 songs recorded by various artists like: Michael W. Smith, Zach Williams, Reba McEntire, for KING & COUNTRY,  Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Scott Krippayne and Bill Gaither and so many more. We are discussing how to know if you are ready to approach a publisher about a songwriting deal, writing with people who are better than you and the importance of the radio single vs. full albums in today’s market.


Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at contact@johnmartinkeith.com. 


In this episode we talk about:

*The hardest meeting to get with a publisher is the second meeting, not the first.
*How to know if you’re ready to approach a publisher.
*Working temp jobs while building your career.
*There’s no guarantee of sustaining success once you have it.
*Do it for the love of it.
*The single is everything now.
*You need to find a relationship with an artist to write with.
*Aspire to write with people ahead of you.
*Write songs that can become your calling card.
*Getting through the terror.
*Finding ways to connect.
*It’s never been a level playing field.
*Be mindful of the marketplace when writing.
*Work on your theology.

 

BIO:
Tony Wood is a staff writer for CURB/Word Music in Nashville, TN. He has won multiple Dove Awards over his career. Currently, Tony has written 34 #1 songs and has over 900 songs recorded  by artists across multiple genres like: Michael W. Smith, Zach Williams, Reba McEntire, for KING & COUNTRY, Steven Curtis Chapman, CAIN, PASSION, Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Scott Krippayne, Jessica Simpson, Bill Gaither and many more.
Episode 268: David Crosby's advice to musicians is disturbing...“Don’t become a musician.” Recently David Crosby made a statement in an article that got me thinking. Decide for yourself.
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Episode 10 | My Top Producer List What’s Good Fam? I’ve have been talking for so long on my social media and I have finally sat down to accomplish this goal. My Top Producers List. This is a list of my favorite producers and why they are the reason that I do what it do.I thank you for listeningPeace.
Gabe Cowan: Producing Films, Leading Teams, and Building a DAW This week's guest is award winning filmmaker, composer, and entrepreneur Gabe Cowan. Gabe has produced over 20 films, many of which have premiered at the major festivals. Some of his films include SXSW Audience Award winner "Cheap Thrills" as well as "Bad Milo" and "They Call Us Monsters." Before producing movies, Gabe was a multiplatinum recording artist, played in several bands and was signed to Geffen Records. His current focus is as the CEO of Audio Design Desk, where he is working to solve audio for video by creating a streamlined solution to quickly and easily match music and effects with picture in a manner that sparks creativity. We chat about making movies, democratizing cinema quality audio, the challenges of creating a DAW from scratch.In this episode we'll dig in on...How Audio Design Desk revolutionizes audio for pictureCreating a DAW that inspires youSigning to Geffen Records in the mid 90s at age 19How to pitch your ideasAI as a musical assistantCreating a product roadmapMusic as a part of a filmmakers identityMajor label life vs independent lifeEncountering people that prioritize money over artThe allure of HollywoodHow scoring a Roger Corman film lead to producing moviesShooting the first independent film done on a RED CameraMeeting consumer expectationsCue sheetsThe musical gymnastics of the 80s and early 90sTravis' Intro: Enjoy the JourneyLearn More About Gabe Cowan and Audio Design Desk...Website: https://add.app/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/audio.design.desk/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audiodesigndeskOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Give Me a Coffee Cup!Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Gabe CowanHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 9 | Dilla Changed My Life What’s Good Fam? In the spirit of Dilla month, I just wanted to dedicated an episode of the podcast to J Dilla. He’s had such an influence on me and so many other producers, I felt it was only right for me to share some of my experiences surrounding that influence. Rest In Beats to one of the best to ever do it. Happy Dilla Month.I thank you for listeningPeace.
CEDAR Audio - Real-time Audio Restoration Chapters00:00 - Introduction00:19 - CEDAR Audio Beginnings01:45 - The National Sound Archive06:15 - Cleaning Up Old Recordings08:12 - Working In Real-Time10:36 - Developing Rackmount Units11:52 - Making User-Friendly Products14:27 - Building A Team Of Developers17:06 - Introducing Machine Learning and AI21:25 - The Move Into Post Production25:34 - The Invention Of Spectral Editing And Retouch29:26 - Algorithmic Technology36:10 - Involvement In Forensics39:02 - Blind Source Separation And AudioTelligence44:04 - Future OpportunitiesCEDAR Audio BiogCEDAR Audio is committed to furthering the science and art of noise suppression, audio restoration and speech enhancement in all of their forms, and actively pursues research into each of them. The company pioneered real-time audio restoration, spectral editing, zero-latency dialogue noise suppression, and many other processes that are now industry standards. It has worked closely with the world’s most famous studios, record companies and bands to ensure that they obtain the highest audio quality, not just from vintage material but also from audio recorded today that suffers from some sort of noise problem. If you enjoy a trip to the cinema, you're almost certainly listening to sound that has been perfected using CEDAR and, from the newsrooms of major broadcasters to reality TV, to studio-based shows, to sporting events such as the Olympics, the World Cup and Premier League football, CEDAR is the standard for noise suppression. The company is also proud to include many of the world's archives and libraries as well as law enforcement agencies and security organisations as customers and friends.https://www.cedar-audio.com/Gordon Reid BiogGordon Reid is the Managing Director of CEDAR Audio and has helped guide the company to an Emmy®, an Academy Award®, two Cinema Audio Society Awards and numerous other accolades. He is widely known in the fields of audio restoration, noise suppression for post and broadcast, audio forensics and speech enhancement, and he co-founded AudioTelligence, which develops technologies for applications ranging from hearing assistance to advanced surveillance systems.Hugh Robjohns BiogHugh Robjohns has been Sound On Sound´s Technical Editor since 1997. Prior to that he worked in a variety of (mostly) sound-related roles in BBC Television, ending up as a Sound Operations Lecturer at the BBC´s technical training centre. He continues to provide audio consultancy and bespoke broadcast audio training services all over the world, lectures at professional and public conventions, and occasionally records and masters acoustic and classical music too!
#30 LEON THE PIG FARMER TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY, AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH JACK AKA LEON THE PIG FARMER
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Jason Mendelson: Criminal Justice Reform, Music, and the Entrepreneurial Mindset Today’s guest is musician, songwriter, author and criminal justice reformer Jason Mendelson. Jason currently releases music under the artist name Jace Allen, with all proceeds of his musical career going to benefit various organizations in the criminal justice reform ecosystem. Jason has co-founded two different organizations that help people transition from prison to home with the goal of drastically reducing recidivism rates. Prior to this latest season of his life, Jason has had careers as a start up founder, venture capitalist, lawyer, and professor. We chat about the changes needed in the criminal justice system, how music builds confidence, and why the entrepreneurial mindset applies to much more than just business.In this episode we'll dig in on...Recognizing and taking advantage of "luck"Life as an improveThe best model to increase successful returns to home for formerly incarcerated individualsThe United States is the most incarcerated country in the worldBeing an underdog guyWorking in criminal justice reform since 2015Flipping the hierarchyThe importance of resiliencyLeaning on the visible success of others to inspire change in people Entrepreneurs vs MusiciansTraining people in the prison system and how that transforms youBeing thankful for adversity and learning from your failuresLearn More About Jason Mendelson...Website: https://jaceallenmusic.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaceallen_musicFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaceallenmusic/Jace Allen on SpotifyOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Jason MendelsonHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Travis FerenceAudio Restoration: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
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Episode 8 | The Genius of Sampling Whats Good Fam? On todays episode I wanted to talk about The Genius Of Sampling, which in my opinion doesn't get talked about enough. For those of us producers who sample, when we actually take some time to breakdown the science of what we are able to do, it's pretty Amazing to say the least. I just wanted to give some insight for those who don't know and also provide a dialog for us producers to give ourselves some props every now and then. And there's nothin wrong with that.I thank you for listening. Peace.
Paul Fig: Rock ‘n Roll, Sound City, and How to Record Huge Guitars This week’s guest is Los Angeles based producer, engineer, and mixer Paul Fig. Paul is known for being a go to tracking engineer, especially in world of hard rock with credits including AFI, Jerry Cantrell, Slipknot, Rush, Alice in Chains, Bush, and Deftones. He also currently owns and operates the studio Dave’s Room in North Hollywood. We go deep on recording techniques for guitars and vocals, as well as chat about his journey from Sound City to freelancing and the importance of staying two steps ahead of everybody.In this episode we'll dig in on...Engineering records that you are producingMaintaining phase coherence in multi mic guitar recordingsStarting as a runner at Sound City at 32Working with Jerry Cantrell and Alice in ChainsSongwriting demos in the rock worldTransitioning from being in a band to working in a recording studio"Riff Mining"Taking over Dave's Room studioSM57 secretsRecording vocals with two mics at onceHaving music in Sonic HighwaysDesert island guitarsBeing part of a studio familyMaking records and making library musicIntonation and guitar doublingTravis' Intro: Planning TomorrowLearn More About Paul Fig and Dave's Room...Website: https://paulfigmusic.com/Dave's Room: http://www.davesroom.net/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulfigmusic/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaulFigMusic/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Paul FigHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 4 | When They Don't Like Your Beats What’s Good Fam? On this episode I want to talk about that dreaded moment when people don’t like your beats or your music. Sometimes it can be a little hard to except when you know you got some HEAT!!! Lol. But you also have to remember that not everybody has the same ear as you or it’s just not to their liking. And at the same time there is nothing wrong with that and should never be a reason to stop or give up on your art.I thank you for listeningPeace.
Episode 7 | My Past vs My Present What’s Good Fam? Today I wanted to talk about my past and my present as far as my production goes. Making beats over the years I found that my influences have changed and expanded and even my lifestyle changes play a part in my production. I just think it’s interesting to take a look at your journey from time to time just to understand who you were in the past and how it shapes, molds and shifts to who you are in the present. How do ya’ll feel about it ???I thank you for listeningPeace.
#28 SIMON BRODKIN TOP GUESTS FROM MUSIC, COMEDY, AND THE ACTING WORLD JOIN US FOR FRANK INDUSTRY CHAT AND CONVERSATION. THIS WEEK WE CATCH UP WITH COMEDIAN SIMON BRODKIN
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Keith Jeffery: Viral Success, Finding Great Collaborators, and Atlas Genius Our guest this week is Keith Jeffery, lead singer and guitarist for the band Atlas Genius. I chat with Keith about the viral success of their hit song "Trojans" and the ensuing whirlwind of attention and excitement that followed. As the principle songwriter and producer of the band, Keith is able to provide valuable insight for any independent artist looking to break out onto the world's stage.In this episode, we'll dig in on...Going viral and making an organic hitBeing self criticalImportance of editing and revising your artEscaping the noise of LAPressures of following up a hitRecording a radio hit in a home studioFinding great collaboratorsBeing courted by record labelsImportance of acoustics in studio designLearn More About Keith and Atlas Genius...https://www.atlasgenius.com/Atlas Genius Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atlasgenius/Keith's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithwhjeffery/Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListGear and Recommended Reading ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/progressionspodLearn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Keith JefferyHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Travis FerenceTheme Music: inter.ference
Episode 6 | Needs vs Wants What’s good Fam? Today I just wanted to elaborate a bit on what I was taking about in the last episode and go into Needs Vs. Wants. Sometimes we think in order for us to be successful, we need certain things that we don’t have at the time. When in reality if we look at what’s already in front of us and in our possession, that might not necessarily be the case. Ya feel me??I thank you for listeningPeace.
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Billy Decker: The Power of Specializing and How to Mix Fast Using Templates This week’s guest is Nashville based mixing engineer Billy Decker. Billy is most known for mixing a lot of hits, and mixing them fast. His credits include 16 Billboard #1's and artists such as Sam Hunt, Chris Young, Rodney Atkins, and Cassadee Pope. In the studio he works very quickly, finishing mixes in about an hour. He’s written a book about his process called "Template Mixing and Mastering" and has also done a course for Pro Mix Academy on the same topic. We chat about the “how” and “why” of working fast, the importance of superior customer service, and the advantages of specializing.In this episode, we'll dig in on...The "Why" for working fastMixing with TemplatesHow specializing can work in your favorUnderstanding your pricing and your hourlyBeing a signed songwriter and then becoming an engineerChoosing a "great hang" or superior customer service over raw engineering abilityNashville songwriting demo studiosProducers now vs producer 20 years agoDelivering quality from home studiosUsing drum samplesWork-Life BalanceThe importance of having interests outside the studioTaking the time to save templates for everything you doLearn More About Billy Decker...Check out his book "Template Mixing and Mastering" HERECheck out the Pro Mix Academy course HEREWebsite: http://www.billydecker.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deckerboards/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/billy.decker.353Our Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Other Links:Support the show on Patreon!Gear and Recommended Reading: https://kit.co/travisferenceSign up for the Progressions Mailing List!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProgressionsPod/Learn more about Travis: https://www.travisference.com/Credits:Guest: Billy DeckerHost: Travis FerenceEditor: Jannick Frampton & Travis FerenceAudio Restoration: Stephen BoydTheme Music: inter.ference
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