Best Cubase podcasts we could find (Updated March 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.
Comedian Doug Benson (Super High Me, Last Comic Standing) invites his friends to sit down and discuss his first love: movies!
Tights and Fights
Tights and Fights is the podcast that covers pro-wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity that it deserves. Every week, hosts Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle make sense of the chaos that is the world of sports-entertainment. Whether it's the latest headlines, a cultural analysis of an old angle or a debate about which wrestler has the best merch, Tights and Fights will examine every corner of the squared-circle for your enjoyment.
Comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher bring you fresh sets and backstage interviews from all of your favorite comedians. All in front of a live UCB audience. Get ready to clap!
Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.
Series focusing on foreign affairs issues.
The Real News Network Audio On-Demand
Immigration Nerds
The #1 place for all your Immigration updates found here, on Immigration Nerds.
Tips on all things sound from beginners guitar chords, music theory, music production to even building a band website.
From the time I first got involved in 2007, I have been perplexed, frustrated and fascinated by local politics in Miami. Since then I have heard many of the stories and decisions that, for better or worse, have shaped Miami. And right now I'm witnessing the decisions that will shape Miami into the future. I want to share that with you. This is not a podcast about child-President Trump or the inspiring Resistance that has emerged, although sometimes we'll dive into it. This podcast will focus ...
Nelson Cardozo
Borrador de mi mente, donde las ideas pasan con el menor filtro posible. Cover art photo provided by Aaron Burden on Unsplash:
Babalú Blog
Rare island on the net without a bearded dictator
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So far no Democratic presidential candidates have committed to speaking at this year's American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference. Is this a shift in Democratic foreign policy towards Israel? What does this mean for AIPAC, one of the country's most influential lobby groups?
Even with the IMF's largest loan ever, Argentina cannot seem to avoid rising unemployment, high inflation, and recession. CEPR's Mark Weisbrot explains that this is because they are following the usual failed neoliberal recipe
Cam talks Boston, airplane cocaine and Free Solo. Sets from Kyle Ayers, Kenny DeForest, Arielle Isaac Norman and Kara Klenk.
Happy #MaxFunDrive! For our second episode of the week, Hal, Danielle and Lindsey are joined by Daron Jackson. He’s a production attorney for WWE Studios and a lifelong wrestling fan. He’ll recount tons of details about his fandom throughout the years from making snow angels with CM Punk at an ROH show to crying at the Undertaker’s WrestleMania ...…
We continue our Reality Asserts Itself series with TRNN Executive Producer Eddie Conway, who spent 44 years as a political prisoner and is now in the leadership of TRNN
The largest community garden in Baltimore is aiming to make Baltimore more sustainable and push the city toward zero-waste, but it is under threat of demolition by the city.
Embedded in the Constitution, the Electoral College may be hard to eliminate. Our guest John R. Koza of National Popular Vote thinks it can be remade to serve the popular will
Monsanto is about to face 11,200 more trials over the potential carcinogen in Roundup, which has prompted legislation to limit the chemical's use
Trump tweeted that the US should recognize Israel's annexation of Syria's Golan Heights, which Israel has been occupying for 52 years. TRNN's Shir Hever explores what this means for the region.
If you know synths and movie scoring, you know Michael Lehmann Boddicker's work. He's one of those people that I've always followed - his work is impeccable, and always on-point. He's involved in a new conference - Synthplex - and I took the time to have a quick chat with him about it. This conference seems like a combination of Superbooth, AES ...…
This week Hal, Danielle and Lindsey will break down some of the biggest news on the road to WrestleMania. That includes what some are calling the hottest angle in WWE: KofiMania! Kofi Kingston ran the gauntlet, defeating five men to earn a shot at Daniel Bryan. But even that wasn’t enough to convince Vince McMahon to give Kofi his title shot. A ...…
Janelle Wong is an American Studies Professor for the University of Maryland. She recently “Immigrants, Evangelicals, and Politics in an Era of Demographic Change”. Janelle walks through the Asian American immigration journey and explains how US immigration policy, played a large role in selecting the most educated from their nations. Additiona ...…
Pirate’s gold may not be that far off, as there are valuable metals embedded in potato-size nodules thousands of meters down in the depths of the ocean. Host Meagan Cantwell talks with Staff Writer Paul Voosen about the first deep-sea test of a bus-size machine designed to scoop up these nodules, and its potential impact on the surrounding ecos ...…
Replay of a TRNN interview from December 2016. Historian Peter Kuznick says Truman bought into the Republican's post-WWII campaign against Russia and used the hysteria to purge the Democratic Party and defeat former VP Henry Wallace in the '48 Presidential election; with host Paul Jay
Trump says socialism has proven a failure - Paul Jay joins Taya Graham to discuss viewer comments and questions
Trump just revoked an Obama-era reporting requirement about civilian drone strike casualties. While it lacked full transparency, it was better than the renewed secrecy that will surround the CIA's drone war program now
Foxconn promised to bring 13,000 factory jobs to Wisconsin in return for huge incentives. Wisconsin has made itself ready, bulldozing farmland. But now progress has stalled and the jobs are nowhere to be seen. So who pays the price for a floundering deal?
Peter Kuznick, co-author of The Untold History of the United States, spoke to Paul Jay about the significance of the vice presidency of Henry Wallace, who served in the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, in the context of the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Acting Secretary of Defense justifies the increase in military spending with three words: China, China, China - Historian Gerald Horne joins Paul Jay
The U.S. continues to dominate the worldwide arms market, selling far more than any other country in the world, to over 100 countries. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia's arms imports have tripled, according to SIPRI's latest report
The latest developments about Trump's relationship to Deutsche Bank could be the unraveling with Deutsche Bank and Trump facing a serious legal probe on bank fraud by the House Financial Services Committee chaired by Rep. Maxine Waters
Environmental activist Juan Rosario says that, after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico must do more to transition to renewable energy
Washington says India has been the world's largest beneficiary of preferential trade status. If trade benefits are abolished, the country will have to pay customs duties on products worth 5.6 billion US dollars that were previously duty-free, according to US data.
Democrat and presidential hopeful Kamala Harris says she supports a Sanders-style progressive agenda, but given her record as AG of California, can she be trusted to enact it if elected?
Bribery and corruption is the real problem in college admissions, not affirmative action, says historian Gerald Horne--With host Paul Jay
Left forces met in Sao Paulo to relaunch the Free Lula campaign. Members of grassroots movements and political parties were there, saying that Workers Party leader Lula da Silva was unjustly imprisoned
A recent string of police scandals reveals how heavy-handed policing and monetized misery work in tandem to exacerbate the county's entrenched social ills
On his first visit to the U.S., President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro eagerly receives his instructions from the CIA and Trump’s foreign policy team. Alex Main of CEPR analyses the visit.
Live from the Stateside Theatre in Austin as part of SXSW, Doug welcomes Har Mar Superstar, Owen Egerton and Doug Mellard to the show. You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to and use promo code "DOUG."
Nancy Pelosi pledged support for Israel “even if the Capitol crumbles”, as major Democratic Party funder and pro-Israel advocate Haim Saban looked on - our panel discusses anti-Semitism, Israel and the Democratic Party with Jacqueline Luqman, Jeff Cohen and host Paul Jay
Nasrin Sotoudeh defended political prisoners and worked to abolish Iran's death penalty. Human rights groups are worried her sentence could signal increased repression of peace activism in Iran under a judiciary with a history of human rights violations
Cuba has officially passed reforms that will change economics and labor relations on the island. Union leaders told the Real News Network that the move doesn't spell a break with socialism, but questions remain about the impacts for Cuban workers and the revolution itself
With the Conservative Party in disarray, can the Labour Party take advantage of the “Brexit moment”-- Costas Lapavitsas joins host Paul Jay
Our weekly roundup panel looks at the fracture lines in the Republican Party and the corporate Democrats continue their frenzy about Russia - with Jacqueline Luqman, Jeff Cohen and host Paul Jay
As part of an international day against US intervention in Venezuela, a mobilization in Washington, DC with speakers Daniel Ellsberg and Jill Stein emphasized that Trump is only interested in Venezuela's resources, not in its human rights
UPTE-CWA and AFSCME workers are holding a one-day strike March 20 not just over wages and benefits, but over a larger social struggle for dignity in their work.
After months of debate, millions turned out in a historic vote on a new constitution for Cuba. The Real News Network was on the ground to hear from Cubans about the vote and the process, which marks a significant shift in the Caribbean nation.
Note: Mattijs and Hidde are part of the group of presenters at Cycling '74's Expo, which will be running from April 26-28, 2019. Ticket prices are about to go up, so if you are thinking about going, sign up now! Showsync is one of those software pieces I've been hearing about for a while. Under development - and active use in show - for many ye ...…
In major cities of Brazil, activists honored the life and legacy of LGBT and police violence activist Marielle Franco, who was assassinated a year ago in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. Mike Fox reports
TRNN's Jaisal Noor speaks to some of the 5,000 youth that marched in London, England
The Senate's vote, invoking the War Powers Act and withdrawing U.S. support for the war in Yemen, could still be vetoed by Trump, but it can provide a way forward for ending this horrific war, say Shireen Al-Adeimi and Hassan El-Tayyab
What would a progressive foreign policy platform look like? Democrats, unlike Republicans, have no coherent perspective on foreign policy. Summary of an event convoked by Rep. Ro Khanna to "Chart a Progressive Foreign Policy for the Trump Era and Beyond"
In the aftermath of a shooting at Frederick Douglass High School, teacher Daniel Parsons argues Baltimore is systematically failing its young people
The Brexit process is in chaos after a series of votes concludes with the government asking the EU for a three-month extension; Jeremy Corbyn calls for an election to let people decide on their future -- Paul Jay and Costas Lapavitsas
This week Hal and Danielle are joined by Hunktears! They’re the host of "Wrestlesplainia" podcast. Elby will talk about how her parents were actually closeted wrestling fans… for over 50 years. This past Sunday was Fastlane. It’s normally a distinctly filler program before the main show of WrestleMania. But this year, reactions to the event wer ...…
Civil rights attorney and interim legal director of Muslim Advocates, Sirine Shebaya joins. Sirine shares her work on Muslim ban litigation, family separation her experiences at the border, as well as the rights that immigration detainees hold. Recent data shows, that there has been an 84 percent decrease in permanent resident visas issued to M ...…
Temir Porras, Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs under Hugo Chavez, says Guaidó’s assertion on Fox News is a violation of the Venezuelan constitution; Porras says the only way to avoid a blood bath is a negotiated political solution
Preparing for war with largest peacetime military budget paid for with devastating cuts to the poor, ending environmental regulation, destroying retirement and healthcare. Do divided Democrats have an answer? Lindsay Koshgarian of IPS analyzes the proposal
Coal ash is contaminating water across the nation with toxic chemicals—and Maryland is home to to one of the most polluting sites, according to a new study
Residents of Bradford, England say they are growing increasingly frustrated with the uncertainty that remains over Britain's exit from the EU.
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