Best Cakewalk podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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This podcast is about art, music and the technology that enables it. But it is also about creativity, motivation and the future of music and art. I do interviews with amazing artists and technologists, and hope to crack the surface of their practice.
 
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Welcome to Microphone Check, hip-hop culture with Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley.Transcripts, portraits and info at https://www.frannieandali.com/
 
Have you ever wondered why it rains "cats and dogs" or why someone you like just told you to go "break a leg?" Check in weekly with your hosts Scott and Steve as they reveal the fascinating and sometimes bizarre origins of the words and phrases we use every day.
 
A talk show with the one true son of the voice of Cleveland, Little Triv, and his detestable pals Landon Lammigan and Seph! Featuring live calls and interviews with the craziest late-night freaks in Cleveland!
 
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This episode starts with Scott and Steve addressing the utterly-ridiculous, PETA list of animal-friendly idioms. Unsurprisingly, the guys are not fans. Next, they get into the meaning and origins of the idioms, "Dead as a Doornail" and "Beat around the Bush," before Scott admits a time when he was called out for being scared of bugs and Steve e ...…
 
As a young(er) dude wrapping my head around music technology, there was one person that was consistently inspiring to me: Larry Fast. From his work as Synergy (which you can learn about here: http://synergy-emusic.com), or as a backing musician with Peter Gabriel, or doing composition and sound design across the industry, Fast's work was always ...…
 
It's the first show of 2019, so it's time to take a loquaciously crumb-crazy cakewalk with the gout-infected DIESEL and his rotten right-hand man LAMMIGAN. Listen as Lammigan spins the riveting tale of his New Year's Eve birthday party invasion, in which he accomplished some serious mischief. The boys later mess with some war-hungry veterans, d ...…
 
In this episode, Scott and Steve discuss the two listener-requested idioms, "Cat Got Your Tongue" and "Curiosity Killed the Cat." Among other topics, the guys delve into horrific British Navy punishments, Scott's top 3 hated animals from his paperboy days and Steve begrudgingly admits his admiration of cats. Listen now and find out why your par ...…
 
It's always great to get into something before it happens. In this case, Ellison Wolf, proprietor of Zorx Electronics, is planning the launch of a new magazine - Waveform magazine. This is going to be a free print magazine that focuses on the gear, players and makers of synthesizers, modular gear and great music. I first heard of this on my Fac ...…
 
This episode starts with Steve expressing concern for a loved one that may or may not be living a secret life as a juggalo, or worse, a vapist. Next, the guys discuss the meaning of the phrases, "Dressed to the Nines" and "Cloud Nine." Hope everyone has had a wonderful holiday and happy new year!
 
It's time to pop open that sparkling grape juice and start grab-assin' that crab dip, 'cause you're about to celebrate New Year's with the most cynically conceived duo of all, the sweetly sadistic Landon Lammigan and the happily hopeless Diesel! First, everyone's favorite conservative political cartoonist BENJAMIN GARRISON joins the boys again ...…
 
Deantoni Parks is one of those percussionists that other percussionists talk about. They pass video links, performance notes and bandcamp sites to each other, because his work is pretty shocking. Rather than take a Neil Peart-style hit-all-the-drum approach to advance drumming, he instead chose to pursue - and even exceed - the kinds of drummin ...…
 
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Festivus for the rest of ya! Instead of your usual diet of idioms, the guys are dropping a fruitcake full of the best moments of 2018 in your stocking. If you've missed any of these moments from the first 21 episodes, you can catch up now! Thanks for listening, and check back next Tuesday for your regul ...…
 
In last week's episode, we just scratched the surface of Eric's role in creating the maker's world we now occupy. So I called him back and we immediately did a second interview to fill in some of the gaps: what were the early days like, how did he actually get the stuff built, why the move to Pittsburgh. This continues the fascinating journey o ...…
 
Here it is, lowly listeners. The highly anticipated CHRISTMAS episode. God it feels so good to say that word in today’s society. This week, the deplorable duo fights for Christmas with KEVIN MALEK of the Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society, as he discusses the demons behind the political correctness movement, brutally rebukes atheism, and enl ...…
 
This very problematic episode is infused with both humor and hard-hitting idiom knowledge. Scott and Steve start off the show talking about some of their favorite cooking shows and how it becomes obvious when some of their favorite chefs get excited. Then they talk about the meaning and origins of the two listener-requested idioms, "Between a R ...…
 
"A 12-year old German Shepard, un-neutered...there's no fashion there. That's all my problem and that's my responsibility and I take that responsibility on everyday." - Diesel It's "C" word season (what a world we live in, folks) so the backbeat bunion boys decided to interview a hip local restauranteur -- Dave Bumba of YUZU and MAD MAC'S. Thes ...…
 
I'm pretty sure you know Eric Singer's work. Some of his most well-known work includes Pat Metheny's 'The Orchestrion Project', but he's been doing robotic musical instruments for a long time. I remember the first time I saw a video of Eric work - it was the reveal for the Guitarbot, and it was jaw-dropping at the time. Eric was a maker before ...…
 
This episode starts with a shocking revelation that Steve is open to liking soccer, which leads to stories of Scott's slow-motion soccer moves of the past. Next, the guys do a little debunking and diving into the phrases, "Don't Throw the Baby out with the Bathwater" & "Everything but the Kitchen Sink," before Steve compares one of his friend's ...…
 
Carl-Mikael Björk's Cabinet of Curiosities is one of the most fun channels on YouTube. From walk-throughs of his writing process to Elektron check-ins or Max visual demos, Carl is out front on a lot of things we are digging. He has a unique video style which, combined with stunning video quality, makes it a favorite for me - and for me to recom ...…
 
"Interesting debate. All right." - Cleveland News Anchor Russ Mitchell on "Baby It's Cold Outside"Ring those war bells and load those fully automatics, it's that special time of year to battle fight the War On Christmas! Or, should we say, the War On "The C-Word"? Can't say nothing these days, 'least not according to one LANDON LAMMIGAN and LIT ...…
 
Scott and Steve reminisce about the nineties in this dope, fly, funky, fresh episode about the idioms, "Saved by the Bell" and "Off the Hook." But first, Steve talks about how much vomit is too much vomit and what made him break his impressive streak of not "getting sick." Later in the episode, Scott pays homage to "our Pearce Egan," the one an ...…
 
I enjoy having an opportunity to interview my friends - just because the 'interview' process is actually different from a friendly chat, and I end up learning things that I never knew from 'just talking'. Richard has been a friend forever - probably since we were sitting on crates at the NYC AES show, waiting for the forklift drivers (and we wa ...…
 
Want to hear this one? After a quick discussion of the purpose of war and torture, Lammigan and Diesel are delighted by a very special caller, the moderator of the official Good Nite Show fan club message boards! After trading some personal information, the two bumbling bozos are interrupted with a phone call from a drug dealer, and he wants to ...…
 
Scott and Steve begin this episode talking about various conspiracy theories and Steve is shocked to hear a revelation about Prince. Then the guys learn the origins of "Happy as a Clam" and how their hometown of Richmond, VA may have a part in its popularization. They also discuss the origins of "Red Herring" and how even the Oxford English Dic ...…
 
Back in episode 66, I first chatted with Bert Schiettecatte - who, along with partner Celine, has been making the Percussa brand of music interfaces purr for the last decade-and-a-half. When we talked to them back then, they were about to run with a Kickstarter for their SSP Eurorack module; now, it's a success - and has spawned a new progeny. ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! This very special Thanksgiving episode is all about the masterpiece that is, "Road House." The show starts with Steve declaring that "Road House" needs a holiday, and Thanksgiving should be that holiday. Then the conversation drifts into musings, observations and all things "Road House" and Swayze. So sit back while the turk ...…
 
With Turkey Day right around the corner, the guys chat about the meanings and origins of the phrases "Cold Turkey" and "Gravy Train." But first, Steve reveals the moment he realized he looks old, and Scott discusses his all-natural, beard-care regimen. Tune in to learn the two things you must do to ensure a long and happy life (hint: they both ...…
 
When your resume begins with Disney, runs through Teddy Ruxpin and includes World of Warcraft, Diablo III and Starcraft II, you probably don't even need a resume at all! Russell Brower has had a hand in many of the pieces of the entertainment world that you've interacted with, and has had the opportunity to work in sound design, sound editing, ...…
 
Ohhhh this one is locker room talk. Yes, yes, yes, this is definitely locker room talk! Things get off on the wrong foot with Lammagin's description of his gruesome dismantling of a psychiatrist office, then it gets worse when an unprepared Crystallite expert, Geo, fails to answer any questions about the Terry Schavio crystal, opting instead to ...…
 
Steve and Scott get superstitious in this episode about the origins of "Break a Leg" and "Knock on Wood." But first, you'll hear about Steve's run in with Paul Stanley's surprising doppelganger at Monticello and plans for the upcoming film, "Little Miss Stan Lee." The guys also discuss one of the worst moments of U.S. history and how it should ...…
 
It all started with a discussion at Cycling '74 about getting content for the most recent release. We needed some multichannel audio, and someone mentioned that Garth Paine was doing work with mulitchannel audio. We contacted him, and he was able to help - but the story wasn't complete. I started looking into his other work, and I kept on getti ...…
 
Wow! Go to patreon.com/goodniteshow to pledge a pathetic 25 cents each week to gain access to a weekly bonus show, LAMMIGAN & LAMMIGAN, for all the Lammigan you could ever ask for! Celebrate the darkest holiday of them all with Cleveland's cruelest spirits, as Lammigan and Diesel talk snuff films, tricking the cops, going to Hell during car acc ...…
 
All. Bacon. Everything. Learn the origins of "Bring Home the Bacon" and "High on the Hog" in this very non vegan-friendly episode. Listen to Steve explain explain his connection to the Filipino gangs of Virginia Beach, and the story of how Scott accused someone of being a Rush fan. Most importantly: listen for the hot, juicy bacon talk. Oink…
 
I've been wanted to do a podcast focus on software modular video synthesis; doing that made one person's name stick in my head: Kevin Kripper. Kevin is the developer behind the Vsynth package for Max, which provides a mind-melting set of objects/modules that are perfect for all kinds of bizarre visual work. But it comes from a musician-ly place ...…
 
In this bonus, Thursday episode, Scott and Steve wrap up their time in Charlottesville with their old pal Eric Neff to discuss the origins of "Beyond the Pale" and "Kick the Bucket." The episode starts with Steve asking the question on everyone's mind before Eric tells us about a guy named Fish Stick. There's some hot Short Circuit 2 and Muppet ...…
 
Wow! Go to patreon.com/goodniteshow to pledge a pathetic 25 cents each week to gain access to a weekly bonus show, LAMMIGAN & LAMMIGAN, for all the Lammigan you could ever ask for! Join your favorite gregarious, grab-assin' gabbers DIESEL and LANDON LAMMIGAN as they continue working their way down the list of this election season's biggest lose ...…
 
Scott and Steve are road-tripping from Richmond to Charlottesville, VA, home of Monticello, Mr. Jefferson's University and great restaurants like the James Beard-nominated, The Alley Light. In the second episode with Micah Lemon, Scott gripes about "society" and "young people," before Micah weaves a tale of drugs, prohibition and tinctures that ...…
 
Scott and Steve are road-tripping from Richmond to Charlottesville, VA, home of Monticello, Mr. Jefferson's University and great restaurants like the James Beard-nominated, The Alley Light. In the first of two episodes with The Alley Light's bar manager, Micah Lemon, the guys talk occupational hazards of being a bartender and the criminally und ...…
 
It's the Halloween episode! Prepare yourself for: medieval torture, Meatloaf, over-the-top Al Pacino, and sexy transformers. There is absolutely nothing, however, that will prepare you for the "Southern ghost" who haunts the episode. Listen and you'll also learn the stories and history behind the phrases, "Devil's Advocate" and "Hell or High Wa ...…
 
Wow! Go to patreon.com/goodniteshow to pledge a pathetic 25 cents each week to gain access to a weekly bonus show, LAMMIGAN & LAMMIGAN, for all the Lammigan you could ever ask for! After some quick-witted banter introducting Lammie's Candy (who ordered the chocolate?!) and Diesel's childhood nickname (spoiler alert: it's SWEATDROP!), your least ...…
 
Note: This is a heavily-edited version of our discussion. If you want to hear (most of) the whole discussion, which lasts about 1:30, you can download it here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/artmusictech/podcast_250_PSchreiber-Long.mp3) For the 250th episode, I decided to go back to the interview that helped put this podcast on the map. Episode 13 f ...…
 
This episode starts with Steve's recounting of seeing a family fight in the parking lot of a grocery store, then Scott unveils the awful truth behind the origins of "Blowin' Smoke" (be advised: this episode is a hard PG-13). Next, the guys discuss the meaning and origins of "Pipe Dream," which leads to a revelation of Scott's childhood celebrit ...…
 
One of the more influential people in my adult life has been Trace Reddell: he was a professor in the Media program at University of Denver when I was there, and he opened my head to thinking about music, sound and video in a new way. His Expanded Cinema class rewired my brain for visuals, and his Technicians of Space series helped my understan ...…
 
In this episode Steve talks about more animals he doesn't like before Scott starts debunking some popular, but false, etymologies of idioms. Try not to get too angry when you find out you've been lied to about the origins of, "Sleep Tight" and "Cost and Arm and a Leg." Also, the guys alienate some potentially profitable sponsors and discuss the ...…
 
Presenting Mr. Lammigan himself, starring in his very own weekly show! Can't get enough of his atrocious blabbering each week? Well, how about more of it? And how about a show that consists entirely of a dialogue... with himself? Find out what happens when your favorite local villain meets... himself! From now on, you'll have to pledge $1 a mon ...…
 
I have to admit that I don't know many people that would self-classify as a "punk PhD", but Shawn Trail is that. From a background of punk, hip hop and jazz, and through his electroacoustic and computer music studies, Shawn carries his edge with him throughout his travels. And those travels have been pretty extensive, taking him to Africa to st ...…
 
The secret's out! Your favorite East Side warlocks, Landon Lammigan and Little Diesel, reveal that they've been in it for the money all along! Just go to patreon.com/goodniteshow to pledge a pathetic 25 cents each week to gain access to a weekly bonus show, LAMMIGAN & LAMMIGAN, for all the Lammigan you could ever ask for! After lamenting the st ...…
 
Steve laments the lack of a proper beverage to enjoy with his pizza at a groovy grocery store before Scott waxes rhapsodic about Clint Eastwood and a "Mad Marquis." Listen now to learn why we do things, "Once in a Blue Moon" and "Paint the Town Red." Also: Pierce Egan, Germany, werewolves and green cheese. Jump right to the idioms at... Once in ...…
 
If you follow my Instagram, Facebook or Twitter feed, you know that I'm a monome fan. Brian Crabtree and Kelli Cain have created company that consistently nails both the functionality and the design factors that draw me in - and that seems to be the case with a lot of people. They not make great products, but they tend to drive the industry in ...…
 
After a joyous play-by-play of a tragic car accident downtown by murderous New Wave superstar Gary Numan, Lammigan fields a call from a very mysterious stranger: a most-wanted preacher named Daniel, whose sinful hijinks have caused him to be stabbed, burned alive (thrice!), and attacked with fireworks...in a swamp, no less. Lammigan shakes off ...…
 
Steve explains the correct way to enjoy Facebook (shockingly, Germany is involved), then Scott tells the tales of a "celebrated" pimp and a boxer named "Kid." Tune in to learn the origins of "Smart Aleck" and "The Real McCoy." Jump right to the idioms at... Smart Aleck: 4:45 The Real McCoy: 18:10
 
There aren't many corners of the programming globe that I haven't visited, but Swift programming is something I've not explored. When Matthew Fecher reached out to me about the AudioKit project, I was a little chagrined that I had not worked with it before. As I dug into it, I was even more amazed - this framework provides easy access to many t ...…
 
Scott and "Captain" Steve set sail for a discussion about the origins of "Three Sheets to the Wind" and "Cut of Your Jib." From surprising nicknames discovered in the obituaries to sad meals at the bar and hidden vocal talents, the guys cover a lot of ground (water) in this can't-miss episode. Jump right to the idioms at... "Three Sheets to the ...…
 
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