Best Compression podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Everything you need to know about Compression
 
The latest podcast feed searching 'Narrow Gate, Compressed Way' on SermonAudio.com.
 
Dealers across the country are facing the same problem: merely selling more cars is no longer enough to fix margin compression. It’s time to sound the alarm. We are taking responsibility for making our industry better. Who the heck are we? One small, but engaged contributor. Image Auto is a Syracuse, NY-based company who has been helping dealers solve reconditioning challenges since 2003. We are also a creative agency which goes by the name “Congruent”. We hope this informed (and hopefully e ...
 
Compressed Sensing LMS Series 2011
 
Data center efficiency challenges are on the rise. With advances in digital technology, everything from medical records, advanced weather modeling, videos, movies are being digitized. Massive amounts of unstructured data (aka “Big Data”) is forcing IT managers to rethink how they manage and store information. A full 17 percent of IT budgets are devoted to storage, and power and cooling costs represent as much as 40 percent of operational expenses. Corporate data is expected to increase by 65 ...
 
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Viva La Tech
Monthly
 
Los Angeles based techno + house brand Viva La Tech's official podcast. A sumptuous blend of deep, minimal, house, techno and tribal compiled as only Viva La Tech residents & guests can. As music electronic dance music evolves Viva La Tech delves deeper into the depths of electronica, back to the roots, as we seek to pioneer the most cutting edge sounds in the underground electronic dance movement... Join the Revolution. Techno + House brand, Viva La Tech is here.Connect with us online at:Vi ...
 
Source for news, links, video & audio podcasts on innovation in new communications technology development, innovation, social, cultural and business infrastructure dynamics and impact. PC Users, QuickTime for Windows Required All Users, Opera Browser Recommended
 
This is the podcast for audio producers and those wanting to learn audio production techniques. Mike Russell is an expert user of Adobe Audition CC and other digital audio workstations (DAWs) such as Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase, Sadie, Audacity, Ableton Live, ACID Pro, Bitwig Studio, Cakewalk, FL Studio, GarageBand, Logic Pro, REAPER, Reason and SAWStudio. Have you ever wondered how to achieve an audio effect? Now you can learn the tips and tricks performed by professionals in the audio indu ...
 
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Dead.FM
Rare
 
From the mouths of the people who brought you The Gamers, The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, and probably a number of incurable diseases in your no-no places, comes a podcast of auditory proportions. Listen as the Dead Gentlemen turn air into a series of compression waves which are digitized and sent through SPACE to your ears! Comedy! Music! Interviews! Needless Exclamation Points! Welcome to Dead.FM!
 
Yoga Business, Teaching & Entrepreneurship. Join yoga teacher, trainer and serial entrepreneur, Lucas Rockwood, as he delivers both tactical and strategic plans for building ateaching business, retaining clients, and earning a great living doing what you love. If you're a yoga teacher, trainer, or studio owner, this insider information straight from the horse's mouth is invaluable. Each show compresses months worth of real-world experience into a 15-minute, actionable episode. Learn more: ww ...
 
Chris Huff, from the Behind the Mixer Blog, reveals tips and tricks to mixing sound in the realm of church audio production. He covers everything from building a music mix from scratch to upgrading your audio console. You’ll even learn how things work, like audio compression and gating, so you can be a better sound tech. Discover the latest gear, newest mixing strategies, or learn the foundational audio production processes every church sound guy should know. You’ll even catch interviews and ...
 
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MacBreak Studio
Monthly+
 
Join Steve Martin, Mark Spencer, Brian Gary, Alex Lindsay and friends as they reveal the ins and outs of video production on the Mac. From 3D to audio, video, and compression, learn from the experts how to add advanced techniques to your production workflow and a professional touch to your video content.
 
Walden (first published as Walden; or, Life in the Woods) is an American book written by noted transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings. The work is part personal declaration of independence, social experiment, voyage of spiritual discovery, satire, and manual for self-reliance. First published in 1854, it details Thoreau's experiences over the course of two years, two months, and two days in a cabin he built near Walden Pond, amidst wood ...
 
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First Principles
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Use First Principles to explore and understand Bitcoin, Biohacking, Philosophy, Information Technology and other topics. Compress your learning time with clear fundamentals that you can use to build a solid foundation on these topics and others, that will enhance your life, and maybe with a little luck, humanity. Enhance and upgrade your thinking, business, and life.
 
This podcast covers some of the material in the VCE Physics Unit 3 detailed study: Structures and Materials. Includes force, torque, tension, compression, bending and shear.
 
In-depth literary discussion without the pretence. Just good books. Based out of Madrid, Spain, we compress big ideas and in-depth discussion of literature into a digestible, entertaining format.
 
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The pilots must grapple with their new reality. As they fight for survival they encounter strange new creatures...and a new friend.
 
Do you set the mix once for the band and never touch it again? What do you do when the skill level of the sound techs greatly varies? Chris and Brian have seen a lot of things done wrong and a lot done right regarding both questions. In this episode, they go deep as they answer these questions and even address worship leaders who think they kno ...…
 
Isn't running sound only about mixing and working with gear? Far from it! In a recent article, Karl Winkler discussed the seven habits (skills) every audio tech should have. In today's episode, Chris talks about Karl's article and digs into each of the seven areas. Resources: The Original 7-Habits Article Audinate: Training and Tutorials The Ad ...…
 
Paul recaps his experience at the 2018 DMSC conference in NAPA held by PCG Consulting.
 
There’s a stigma with salespeople across all industries, but if you can fix the problem internally, your employees can fix it externally.
 
Gary Vaynerchuk built a business around paying attention to the world around him and then "hacking" that attention. He challenges listeners to do the same.
 
Drive Motors is doing something special in the way they take notes from huge players in progressive industries to align dealership operations with customer experience. We took some time with their SVP of Customer Experience, Matt Weinberg, to get some insight on how customers actually view dealers and what dealers can do to start fixing it. Tha ...…
 
Special thanks to CBT News, Dale Pollak, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Sean V Bradley for use of their clips. Check them out at CBTNews.com, vAuto.com, GaryVaynerchuk.com, and SeanVBradley.com.
 
ENOUGH! At some point, someone in the band angered the tech team and things haven't been the same. Maybe the animosity felt between the groups is the fault of the tech team. Whatever the reason, it's time to admit there's a problem, get through it, and get back to working toward the same goal. In this episode, Chris and Brian talk about why the ...…
 
This interview took place before Dale Pollak’s ‘Like I See It’ was even released and the thoughts presented hold true today. Insights like this show just how valuable forward-thinking is in the automotive industry.
 
Steve is a commercial real estate portfolio manager, living in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Interviewed at his home on the New River in Fort LauderdaleBy Tom Kirkham.
 
Clint Sharp, former Director of Product Management at Splunk, talks about big data, Montclair, Splunk, product management, and movies.By Tom Kirkham.
 
As progress pushes forward, dealers need to find their blue ocean to thrive.
 
Paul discusses his company Cloud Bridge Technologies, and what it is doing with AI and accelerated learning. Very energetic!By Tom Kirkham.
 
Awesome Mike is a wholesaler in the financial industry. His thoughts on Happiness versus Joy are worth a listenBy Tom Kirkham.
 
Jessica is the Head of School at the Fort Smith Montessori. We discuss learning and food. Lots of food. And tech.By Tom Kirkham.
 
Melanie is a CPA as well as a Financial Advisor, so her firms have a unique perspective on accounting, investments and tax strategy.By Tom Kirkham.
 
Phil is a personal injury lawyer. During the show, he shares his thoughts on the important role that personal injury lawyers play in assuring justice for everyone. In other words, it is not just about the money.By Tom Kirkham.
 
As larger corporations start to acquire smaller dealerships, it's important to stay educated on the inefficiencies that force the mentality of "join or die".
 
We jump into a First Principles look at money itself. Do you really know what that money in your pocket represents? Season 1, Episode 2By Tom Kirkham.
 
Move past the microphones and mixers and technical side of church audio production work and you'll find there's a whole lot more to learn. If you're lucky, you'll discover the six things that no one talks about - but they're so important. In this episode, Chris Huff details each of these. Out of all of them, the last one can make the difference ...…
 
You deal with them daily, but there's little you can do besides educate yourself. To match increasing transparency in service, keeping yourself educated is key to serving your customers best.Note: At first mention, we refer to the CFPB as the CPFB. To clarify, it is the CFPB. Apologies for the mix-up.…
 
In this episode, we marvel at Tatyana Tolstaya's collection of stories, "White Walls," and focus our discussion on topics such as memory, time, perception, art and fairytales (just to name a few). We also, shamelessly, heap relentless praise on her prose and brilliant use of language that she employs to create her woeful and comic worlds.We hop ...…
 
Dealerships might feel like culture changes and branding are bigger tasks than they feel comfortable changing, but this week, we cover something you can implement right away.
 
Customers used to spend hours driving from lot to lot until they found THE car. Now, they spend hours online and visit less than 2 dealerships when they are shopping for a new car. Have you adapted to the change?
 
Bitcoin, Season 1, Episode 1. What are First Principles and how will we apply these to Bitcoin and all that other confusing cryptocurrency stuff?By Tom Kirkham.
 
Your growth as an audio mixer might have stalled out because you've allowed yourself to put limits on how you mix. Chris covers ten tips that will help you take your mixing to the next level through, in many ways, by taking a fresh look at how you mix. He also covers a few simple tips he's learned over the years for easy mix improvements in jus ...…
 
Paul sits down with Adam Robinson, Founder and CEO of Hireology, to get insights on how assembling the right team will make the road to success a lot smoother.
 
Overlooked Authors on The Casual Academic has begun! We discuss our first featured book, U.R. Ananthamurthy's classic "Samskara: A Rite for a Dead Man," translated by A.K. Ramanujan. Our conversation centers on the binary Ananthamurthy sets between the arcane and the modern, religion vs. rationalism, and action vs. inaction in a very Indian con ...…
 
We all hate taxes, but have we added extra taxes to our used vehicles? Have we even noticed how they affect our business?
 
Over time, there are things that no longer make sense to do on your own. There's a major factor that dealers often overlook when analyzing internal costs: Time.
 
Finding the ideal music volume for a congregation can be hard, especially when you're new to live audio production. On today's podcast, Chris Huff and Brian Gowing talk about all of the facets of volume, in live church audio production, and their tricks to find that perfect volume. They cover sound meter usage, the importance of measuring sound ...…
 
On Aside #23, we discuss our upcoming series on overlooked authors! The next four episodes will feature:Samskara: A Rite for a Dead Man - U.R. AnanthamurthyWhite Walls - Tatyana TolstayaThus Were Their Faces - Silvina OcampoNotes of a Crocodile - Qui Miaojin We talk about why we chose each author and what about them piqued our interest. Overloo ...…
 
On Part II of our 27th episode, Alex and guest Zak Breckenridge continue their discussion on Carson McCullers' 1940 novel "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter," focusing on how gender, sexuality and race are presented in the book and through its characters. Enjoy!***As always, you can find us on instagram, twitter and facebook, or email us at thecasua ...…
 
Drum mixing is a complex topic which requires stage work, mix work, and working with the drummer. Episode 24 focused on much of the stage work - the work required before even thinking about stepping behind the mixer. This episode covers the mixing work, from mixing the kit pieces regarding volume balance to EQ adjustments and the use of effects ...…
 
'Dealers Compressed' was born out of a desire to make car dealers aware of the challenges that are impacting the automotive industry. Image Auto founder/CEO, Paul J Daly, decided that we needed to take responsibility for making the industry better.
 
Drum mixing is a complex topic which requires stage work, mix work, and working with the drummer. Add on to that subjects like shielding and volume issues and the idea of mixing drums quickly becomes a heavy topic. Chris and Brian cover all of these subjects, including reverb, gating, and compression, in this two-part series. Part 1 focuses on ...…
 
On our 27th episode, Alex talks with returning guest Zak Breckenridge about Carson McCullers' 1940 novel "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter". We had to divide the episode into two parts because, well, we got so into the conversation that it ran for an hour and 40 minutes. On this first part, we talk about the problematic nature of place the novel in ...…
 
New audio products are coming to the market this year (2018) and Chris and Brian go to the NAMM trade show in Anaheim, California to check out the new products like speakers, audio mixers, microphones, and even find a few surprises along the way. Find out what's coming out this year, what's worth noting, and how you can take advantage of the tr ...…
 
On this Aside, returning guest Zak Breckenridge joins Alex in a conversation on the emerging academic field of Environmental Humanities, and their first reactions to our new featured book "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" by Carson McCullers. Many questions are raised for the full-length episode, including Race, Gender, and Politics. Join in on th ...…
 
How much does a pro audio company care about the church market? In the case of Sennheiser, quite a lot. In this episode, Chris Huff and Brian Gowing talk about being part of the Sennheiser House of Worship Advisory Council, what it means to you, and how suggestions from last year's meeting will impact you next year. They discuss this year's mee ...…
 
How does one EQ an acoustic guitar? It's not a simple one-step process but a process that begins on stage. Chris Huff walks you through every step, from determining the natural sound of the guitar to dealing with monitor feedback to the final EQ and effects work. He includes steps to avoid common pitfalls and details a method to give the acoust ...…
 
On this episode, we focus on the last three sections of Naipaul's novel, "Ivy," "Rooks," and "A Ceremony of Farewell." Within these three sections, we explore the controversy surrounding Naipaul's status as a postcolonial writer, and how such elements are woven into the latter half of "The Enigma of Arrival." As the title says, we also dive int ...…
 
Are you hauling AVL equipment in and out of a venue each weekend because your church doesn't have it's own building? There is a lot that can go wrong. There's a lot that people do wrong. Chris and Brian want to help by talking about the ways in which you can streamline your load-in/load-out process, work with volunteers, and how you should tran ...…
 
There's a world of other church audio techs out there and Chris interviews David Manners about how such a community benefits each member. Call them a flock, a tribe, or a world wide tech team, joining one might be the next step you need to talk. Chris also finds out how David got started in church audio production and his amazing journey. Resou ...…
 
Merry Christmas from The Casual Academic! Well...more like Happy New Year! We're just in time with our top reads from 2017 - eight books (four from each of us) that come highly recommended, six of which come with full-length episodes and Asides from yours truly! Do you have a favorite TCA read from this year? Let us know on all those social med ...…
 
Microphones, cables, projectors, and many other AVL components require annual maintenance (some more often). In today's episode, Chris Huff and Brian Gowing go over the areas of maintenance and give you tips on how to perform each one. Brian covers his ears as he lets Chris cover the disgusting process of cleaning in-ear headphones. Resources: ...…
 
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