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Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
 
This show is for the Trailer Music Composer both amateur and professional. I cover a range of topics from mindset to productivity, to creativity and production.From time to time there will be special guests giving their experience of working in the Trailer Music industry and even some aspiring composers sharing their stories from The Trailer Music School.
 
Join the quest! Learn how composers and songwriters create music in this podcast hosted by Minneapolis composer Charlie McCarron. Whether you’re a music composition grad or simply an occasional noodler on a guitar, each guest has a new perspective for you on the creative process of composing and songwriting, along with some concrete ideas to apply to your own music.
 
The Creative Composite is an innovative Digital Dental Marketing agency based in Manchester, UK, ran by experienced dental professionals. We believe that all dental professionals should have a sound understanding of business and marketing to help them excel in their careers, business life and personal life so we are on a mission to educate, inspire and motivate.
 
Hear all about functional programming in practice. We invite people working on hard industry problems to tell us how they are solving them, the tools they use, and what gets them up in the morning. Expect deep dives into Haskell, Nix, Rust, build systems, data engineering, AI, and more. We make it back to the surface too sometimes, to chat about engineering culture and the challenges of leadership in distributed teams.
 
This podcast provides unique view of both the creation and growth of startups as well as different technology topics thanks to the background of its hosts: Gonto has focused his career as VP of Growth & Marketing at product companies like Auth0, and Guido is CTO, CINO and co-founder of Wolox, a big software consulting agency.
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
 
Music Technology discussions - from the inside. With regular contributions from musicians, producers, software developers, journalists and other industry people. Sonicstate.com editor Nick Batt is joined by others for the latest news and trends in technology that affects the creation and distribution of music - and a few tasty stories from the studio too. Video is streamed live every Wednesday at 4pm UK time (sonicstate.com/live).
 
C. L. Thomas, an emerging composer, discusses the lessons life has taught and is currently teaching him as he strives for excellence. From musicianship to entrepreneurship and branding, this podcast will explore all the tools that lead him to success in his work. For more about the author, visit www.clthomasmusic.com
 
Why I Write podcast is produced by the National Council of Teachers of English and hosted by C.C. Chapman of "Accident Hash" fame. Why I Write is a bi-weekly podcast similar to Lifehacker's "How I Work" series in which we delve into the topic of writing by talking with authors from variety genres and methods to hear their take on writing and its importance both in their lives and how it should be important in each of ours.
 
Dance can be thought of as variations in space, shape, time, and energy. Whether you create your choreography in advance or improvise it, how you use them defines your dance. Join me as I explore elements of these four themes. This is the low-resolution version, made available for easier downloading. For the higher-res version that will play on your iPod, go to taktaba.com, or search for Taktaba in the iTunes Music Store.
 
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https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Kulr-Tech.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week, I welcome Michael Mo of KULR Technology Group, a leading developer of space-qualified electronic cooling systems for preventing dangerous battery fires and explosions. KULR develops unique 3D printed battery systems for space exploration…
 
Three core developers from the Haskell linear types team are on this show: Arnaud Spiwack, Richard Eisenberg and Krzysztof Gogolewski. They have conceived, reviewed and implemented the Haskell linear types extension that is shipped with the latest compiler version. Linear types allow to express that a function uses an argument exactly once in its t…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob take a deep dive into fat flux. They define the major players that impact the flow of fat entering and exiting a fat cell, which determines how much fat a person carries. They discuss the significant influence that insulin has on the net fat balance and explore common strategies, such as fastin…
 
A movie written by a 7-year old doesn't exactly translate to adult criticism. But we try to have some fun with the dream world of Planet Drool, Taylor Lautner's acting and the acid-trip CGI. Featuring a surprise celebrity cameo appearance! The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl is episode 17 of Superhero Century, where we are watching every superh…
 
What does it mean to follow Jesus? What does it take? What is the true essence of faith? In a stunning statement and an awesome event some of Jesus closest disciples will learn the core of consistent faith. It is far more than we can imagine. It is a greater challenge than we can envision. And yet we have a clear word of guidance that we simply nee…
 
This episode features guest interviewer Derek G. Handley speaking with Dr. April Baker-Bell. They discuss Dr. Baker-Bell's book Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy as well as her work on such projects as the Black Language Syllabus and "This Ain't Another Statement! This is a DEMAND for Black Linguistic Justice!" Dr…
 
In this 2-part series, we explore how modern scientists and sociologists are thinking about biological sex development and gender... and how that differs with past ideas. Here, in part 1, we’ll focus on biological sex and the (at least) 3 categories scientists are using to differentiate humans by sex. Guests: Janae Kroc, Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Ala…
 
In this 2-part series, we explore how modern scientists and sociologists are thinking about biological sex development and gender... and how that differs with past ideas. Here, in part 2, we’ll focus on how gender is constructed, its biological basis, and how mismatches between sex and gender can play out in real life. Guests: Janae Kroc, Dr. Krist…
 
We don't just have one guest for you on our latest episode of Soundtracking - or even two. No, it's a 'three-for' this week, as we explore the wonder that is Sound of Metal. Nominated for six Oscars and four BAFTAs, including shouts from both for the extraordinary Riz Ahmed as best actor, Sound of Metal tells the story of a drummer, Ruben, who is g…
 
Håkan Hardenberger has not only had an illustrious career as a trumpet soloist, he's also re-defined the role of the trumpet as an important solo instrument. Throughout his career, he's been responsible for the commissioning of major contemporary composers, which has had a profound effect on not only our generation, but future generations as well. …
 
The Invisible Camera is now 10 years old. Chris and Allan discuss how things were behind the scenes at the time and what came of it. If you don’t know what The Invisible Camera is then please pause the podcast and watch the original video first, link below. SPONSOR: eneloop pro RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW EPISODES Links: SPONSOR: eneloop pro – get your r…
 
Guests Charles Chicky Reeves - FOH engineer, producer, songwriter Yoad Nevo - producer, mix engineer Waves Developer Jamie Lidell - singer, producer and sound experimenter Youtube Video version: https://youtu.be/YvJFkF2oRG8 Sign up for iZotope's Music Production Suite Pro for 24.99 a month, or Producers Club for $19.99 a month, and you get access t…
 
In modern music technology, we take for granted our ability to and appreciation of hearing sound spatially. Stereo recording and reproduction has been especially embedded in our listening practices, whether it be through headphones or speakers. But inside this week’s episode, Isobel chats with Prof. Gascia Ouzounian about her new book, Stereophonic…
 
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews British artist James Willis on painting buildings and cityscapes, art history, and more. Listen as they discuss: - How he left his career in accounting to become a full-time artist - News of his upcoming show in Hitchin, England and his forthcoming instructional book on painting buildings in oil - Insights on …
 
With the rising number of homeschooling famlies over the past year, Andrew and Julie take a moment to provide suggestions for new homeschoolers. Join us this week as the duo discusses the importance of teaching at the point of need, talks about the value of integrated learning, and shares some of the joys of homeschooling. REFERENCED MATERIALS: Nat…
 
This episode features an interview with John R. Gallagher conducted by guest interviewer Sarah Riddick. The interview focuses on Gallagher's 2020 book Update Culture and the Afterlife of Digital Writing. Gallagher and Riddick discuss the labor and upkeep involved in the digital writing practices of journalists, Amazon reviewers, and redditors, the …
 
Jake Muise is an avid hunter, environmentalist, and advocate for the preservation of Hawaii’s natural resources. He is the founder of Maui Nui Venison, a company which actively manages Hawaii’s imbalanced population of axis deer by harvesting them as a food resource. In this episode, Jake tells his unbelievable backstory growing up in Northern Albe…
 
Sometimes we find that we need the reality of resurrection more than others. This past year with so much uncertainty, so much death, so much unrest, it seems that we all need something that gives us hope for the future. As we will see in our passage today the resurrection of Jesus Christ is that which validates our faith. It is this one fact that r…
 
Modern Classical Music Ep28 - Electroacoustic - Electro-acoustic mix https://www.youtube.com/c/MythicalRecords Tracklist: 1. Rachel Grimes - My Dear Companion Awaits 2. Christoph Berg - Things are sorted, Finally 3. Elend - A song of ashes 4. A Winged Victory for the sullen - All farewells are sudden 5. Natasha Nightingale - Lights in the fog 6. Ri…
 
In the Bonus Room, I had to (of course) ask Roger about eating and some of his favorite cuisine! Roger has also been around some of the greatest performers of our time, including when he realized that Pavarotti stole his warm up (sort of). We end with a story of a concert he and I did at a beautiful castle in the mountains in Italy, and how someone…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is composer Emile Mosseri, who has deservedly been Oscar nominated for his score to the quite beautiful Minari. Written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung, Minari tells the semi-autobiographical story of South Korean immigrants trying to make a new life in rural America during the 1980s. It's available to watch as of …
 
Guests Steve Hillier - producer, songwriter, educator Ty Unwin- media composer, producer, orchestrator Dominic Hawken-producer, keyboard player, songwriter,developer Youtube Video Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq5cM-33zcI Sign up for the iZotope Music Production Suite Pro for 24.99 a month, or Producers Club for $19.99 a month, and you g…
 
Creativity is undoubtedly an innate human process. We exist because we were created, we are perpetually making new experiences, stories and even cells, and even when we die our matter goes into new creations, whether animal, mineral or vegetable. But a creative practice? This involves some kind of intentional commitment, and sharing this work? This…
 
In the school system the purpose of studying is often solely to pass a test. Is that really the most valuable form of learning? This week Andrew and Julie discuss the benefits of mastery learning. Tune in to this episode as Andrew shares how repetition and reinforcement empower students to think better, and learn how the mastery of subjects enables…
 
Chris Sonnenday is the Transplant Center Director for Michigan Medicine. As Peter’s senior resident while at Johns Hopkins, Chris made a lasting impression on him with his remarkable leadership and ability to maintain his humanity through the stressors of that challenging environment. In this episode, Chris tells the incredible backstory of the his…
 
Jesus allowed one true public celebration of who he was on that first day of the week before his crucifixion. In a moment in which many were celebrating, Jesus weeps. These were not tears of joy. They were not tears of fear. They were tears of sadness because he knew this city that God had chosen did not even recognize God the Son as he came to the…
 
Our latest episode of Soundtracking sees us joined by an incredibly prolific composer, who currently has a couple of very exciting projects for you to feast your ears on. Henry Jackman's latest work can be heard on Apple TV's Russo brothers film, Cherry, and Falcon And The Winter Soldier, which is streaming weekly on Disney + He's an absolute joy, …
 
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