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This hilarious and informative weekly podcast brings some of the most prolific voice actors working in animation, video games, and commercials into studio to discuss their careers and process, with fellow voice and on camera actor, Kiff VandenHeuvel. This entertaining podcast will keep you laughing and learning with some of the finest performers in the VO world.
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Off Book: The Improvised Musical

Jessica McKenna and Zach Reino

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It takes years for a Broadway musical to hit the stage, but on OFF BOOK: The Improvised Musical, you get a brand new original musical every week! Each episode, Jessica McKenna, Zach Reino and a special guest create a new musical on the spot. Accompanied by Scott Passarella, King of Pianists, Pianist of Kings.
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Noise

CJSW 90.9 FM

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For over 30 years, NOISE has been the home of the avant-garde, experimental, and free expression! Join host Steve as he takes you on a journey through all that is NOISE. You'll hear everything from improvisational composition, free jazz, neo-classical and plunderphonics to post rock, extreme, outsider, and more! So sit back, turn it up, and embrace the NOISE!
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Phil Hendrie's historic improvisational genius goes to work everyday in this divinely hilarious satire of the modern media. And that's only part of what's really going on here. Get a hold of this top shelf entertainment from one of the acknowledged masters of comedy and social satire.
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Jeff Antoniuk is your personal guide through the confusing and sometimes contradictory landscape of learning the art of Jazz Improvisation. His approach to teaching jazz has been developed over the past 25+ years by helping thousands of aspiring adult students pursue their passion and gain confidence in the process. He has one goal in mind - to help you become a better jazz improviser.Learn more at www.JazzWire.net
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Wasting ALL the Time

Drowning Man Productions

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Wasting ALL the Time is a weekly audio improv comedy podcast hosted by Cody Parcell, Dave Paterson, Jes Deprez, and Jon Hansen with occasional guests. We improvise scenes and play improv games!
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THERAPY

Vincenzo Giarrusso & Michael Sheinberg

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Being a cheapskate Dr. Vincent Giarrusso has regular sessions with Michael Sheinberg, a psychotherapist in training These are the recordings.
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Life should be livable. The Improviding Life Podcast with Lori Crawford explores how life can be more livable and adulting can suck less through applied improvisational comedy, embodying your emotions, and becoming more okay with being human.
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Dayna Gowan is a speaker, improviser, and Facilitator of Fun, and the Founder of Improvly Speaking. Each episode, she brings you golden, beautiful, delicious nuggets of wisdom about public speaking, improv, performance, creativity and anything in between. Learning public speaking and improvisation skills has changed her life and made her a more confident speaker, colleague, and friend. Listeners will be inspired to face their public speaking fears, try new things, flex their creativity muscl ...
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“Bass Case” is a podcast series designed for electric and double bassists. Phil gives instruction on topics as varied as items you should pack in your bass case to playing blues bass lines. phil@basscase.co
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THE THIRD STORY features long-form interviews with creative people of all types, hosted by musician Leo Sidran. Their stories of discovery, loss, ambition, identity, risk, and reward are deeply moving and compelling for all of us as we embark on our own creative journeys.
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My Neighbors Are Dead

Adam Peacock and Nate DuFort

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Join host Adam Peacock as he talks to the lesser known characters from your favorite horror films. Each week is an all new, fully improvised journey into the unknown featuring friends and luminaries from the worlds of comedy, horror, and beyond. The show was just named one of "The 10 Best Comedy Podcasts of 2021" by Vulture, WIRED calls My Neighbors Are Dead one of "The Best Podcasts for Everyone," the A.V. Club says it's "Comedic Gold," and Dread Central says it's "The Best Horror Podcast Y ...
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Ambient Soundscapes by Errant Space A soundtrack suitable for working, sleeping or spacing out. Use as background music; best at a low volume. All music. Set to loop if desired.
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Exploring what it means to be faithfully Christian in our always-changing world with its challenges and opportunities. I like to think out loud and talk with friends about biblical texts, books, politics, sports, music, films, and basically anything that interests me. This is all an attempt to be fully alive in God’s good world and to enjoy the liberating reality of the Christian gospel.
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We dig into the mighty tape box and randomly select cassettes to listen to in the hopes of discovering an interesting home recording... and then we listen to our main cassette (the episode titles) and use our instruments to create a remix on the fly! If you like cassette tapes then this is the podcast for you! Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/battery_operated_ Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BatteryOperated Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor ...
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Dry-witted Irish soliloquist, semi-hermetic sage, acquired taste socially awkward fantasist, universally unheard-of cat obsessive and husband Neal O'Carroll has an unusual hobby. After pouring generic stimulation drinks down his gullet like there's no tomorrow, O'Carroll installs himself in a sparsly furnished room to record the results. Ludicrious lectures, fantastical tales, madcap diatribes, rambling comical monologues and his trademark "Two cats walk into a bar" stories, Every segment st ...
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The Neon Streets

The Neon Streets Podcast

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The Neon Streets is an actual play podcast set in a cyberpunk dystopia using the FATE RPG system. We work hard to make the system and our show accessible to anyone, even those with no TTRPG experience! Join us three friends as we navigate our characters through the dangerous streets of The Big Gulp, battling corrupt mega-corporations and rival gangs in this high-stakes world. Whether you're a fan of FATE, DnD 5E, Pathfinder, or any other tabletop RPGs, there's something here for everyone. Ou ...
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Tips, insights, and stories to help musicians- especially violin, viola, fiddle, and cello players and teachers- grow in their practice, teaching, and/or career. Exploring intersections in creativity, music education, string playing, music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization supporting music education through the creation of online curriculum, school orchestra classroom outreach, in-person retreats/conferences, and more. Host Christian Howes is a classically ...
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Civilized

Fable and Folly Productions

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An improvised dark comedy sci-fi podcast by the award-winning creators of Alba Salix. Humanity’s final hope lies in terraforming a new world. A fleet of engineering ships are sent in advance of the colony ships sure to follow in their wake. But one lone ship becomes separated from the fleet and crashes onto an alien planet. Support this show at: patreon.com/civilizedpod
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Learn Jazz Standards Podcast

Brent Vaartstra: Jazz Musician, Author, and Entrepreneur

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The LJS Podcast is the podcast where you get weekly jazz tips, interviews, stories and advice for becoming a better jazz musician! Hosting the show is the jazz musician behind learnjazzstandards.com, author, and entrepreneur Brent Vaartstra, who’s one goal is to answer any question about playing jazz music you may have. Jazz can be a challenging music to learn and play, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Each episode features a specific musical challenge that jazz students may come across, w ...
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Title by Michelle Burton Kevin's on a boring family holiday with his two siblings and without his girlfriend. The night takes a dark turn when a mysterious murderer starts picking off family members one by one. Can Kevin stop the murderer before it's too late? Song List: "Torquay Air Bnb", "Freedom (Sixteen)" "Monopoly Monopoly" "It's A Mystery" "G…
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Marcello DeFrancesco interviews Christian Howes as research for his PHD in music education. They discuss questions related to improvisation, nuances of learning techniques, the influence of genres like Jazz on improvisation, and the critical role of educational institutions in fostering creativity. Delving into personal experiences, they explore im…
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The following was recorded live at The Bell House Theater in Brooklyn NY on February 23rd 2024. Join Zach, Jess, the incredible Eric Gersen on keys and Josh Bailey on drums, as they journey to a premier honeymoon destination where the lava is definitely moving so so slow. Invite your uncle, we've saved him a spot at the table. See Privacy Policy at…
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The Glorious Free Republic of Yorkshire is the mightiest new nation state that emerged a few decades ago from the troubled era that was early 21st century Britain. In this episode we have an exclusive chat with tech billionaire Ron Sufjuse, Lloyd visits Lancastrian DJS Bacon & Eggs and we have an undercover report on the Skelmanthorpe planning comm…
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In this episode, Brent explores the foundational elements of jazz improvisation, answering a compelling question posed by Martin Kendall: Can we establish globally applicable first three steps to jazz improvisation basics? With his trademark enthusiasm and expertise, Brent introduces the concept of the "three pillars of jazz improvisation," offerin…
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In this episode, Brent introduces a listener's question about classical violinists transitioning into jazz music. He highlights the challenges classical musicians face, particularly with improvisation, compared to their familiarity with sheet music interpretation. Brent breaks down the process of learning jazz for classical musicians by providing p…
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Welcome to the J&J on Jazz Podcast. This podcast was originally released on August 6th, 2021, on the Jeff Antoniuk - Educator YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and feel free to enjoy the video version as well. FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS! In episode #15, James and Jeff talk about swing. How important is "swing", really? Can we swing …
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In this Fast Track Friday episode of the Learn Jazz Standards podcast, Brent discusses the critical importance of finding joy and happiness as a musician. Drawing on personal experiences and insights, he explores the detrimental effects of self-doubt and dissatisfaction on musical growth and fulfillment. Through thought-provoking questions and prac…
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Make some NOISE for KAIDEN! Playlist: Invisible - El Anillo del Capitan Beto Can - Paris 73 Zwei Eric Bearclaw - Creatures FYEAR - Pt II Mercury Looms Earl Vallie - My Baby's Broomstick Touching - Blue Shoes aka David Duchovny's Dirty Linen Celestial Trails - Lunar Beachcomber Nadah El Shazly - Mausoleum Sean Ono Lennon - Starwater The Intelligence…
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In this podcast episode, Brent discusses a fundamental music theory concept brought up by listener Andy Berry regarding the distinctions between scale tones and chord extensions. Brent equips listeners with a deeper understanding of how the elements of different chord extensions shape harmonic structures and contribute to the rich tapestry of jazz …
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This week Jes tries to control her dog, Jon performed an accidental dolphinoplasty, Cody hosts a great party, and Dave tries out running a protection racket. Also, GET SOME! Show Notes: 00:00 - The Beginning 01:49 - Style It!: Trends 10:43 - Jon's Segment: Horoscope Game 14:05 - Cody's Segment: Numbered Sentences 20:04 - Dave's Segment: Receiving L…
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Shabaka Hutchings grew up between the UK and Barbados. He started playing clarinet as a young boy in Barbados and eventually moved back to England to go to music school in the early 2000s. After college he began a period of working furiously on a kaleidoscopic range of projects and became an icon of the new sound of London jazz, which integrated Af…
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Michael warns against exposure therapy after Vincent's old friend experiences a personality change. Support the show Written and performed by Vincenzo Giarrusso and Michael Sheinberg Based on an original idea by Vincenzo Giarrusso. Therapy Transcripts ( excerpts) available at https://vincey.ghost.io/ Music by Vincenzo Giarrusso publishing sony ATV …
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Just under two years on from his last show, the slowest working man in showbiz brings the magnificent Mark Maier into a life that he definitely didn't live. Episode 29 takes Mark through a vicious cheese meltdown, onward to a school for gifted parkour leapers and round the corner via a field giving spirited performances to disinterested cows. All t…
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he crew interview author Brad Fokby about mythic creatures living beyond a wormhole. Dr Jim Sadler wants to set some things straight. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, and oh so very much more……
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In this episode, Brent addresses a common concern voiced by Cherie Vodica from Raleigh, North Carolina, about regaining confidence in playing with other musicians after spending a significant amount of time practicing alone, particularly due to the isolation brought on by the pandemic. Through insightful advice and practical strategies, Brent offer…
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Charlie Sturgeon, Megan Rose McCarthy join Chloe and myself to discuss what it's like to be a tour guide at The Canadian Mint. Chloe will be the first to tell you that a tour guide simply has to yell if it's a big crowd (they love it). This episode presents some real dilemmas. Should dumb 18 year old security guards get guns? Does shrieking help re…
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Welcome to the J&J on Jazz Podcast. This podcast was originally released on July 30th, 2021, on the Jeff Antoniuk - Educator YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and feel free to enjoy the video version as well. FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS! In episode #14, James and Jeff talk about some "game changers," a couple things in their developm…
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In this episode, Brent tackles an essential aspect of jazz theory: the minor 2-5-1 chord progression. Responding to a listener's inquiry, Brent provides a comprehensive breakdown of this foundational progression, elucidating its significance and outlining the various chord qualities and extensions commonly employed. By going into the mechanics of t…
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In this week's episode, Brent discusses a common struggle many musicians face: self-doubt. Through a poignant listener question, he addresses the pervasive nature of self-doubt and shares personal anecdotes, making it evident that even world-class musicians experience this phenomenon. Throughout the episode, Brent offers actionable insights and pra…
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It’s Human Design season on The Improviding Life Podcast! Join me for the upcoming How Human Design Helps Me Human Series where I will be sharing my personal experience with the Human Design energy system and inviting other HD practitioners and change makers onto the pod to share their own experiences, ways of serving, and change making magic throu…
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Title by Maureen Nichols After hours of scrolling Dale goes on a journey to find the perfect video to sum up his friends Brucey and Mary. In his quest he neglects his friendship, not realising friendship is the best video of all! Song List: "Scroll All Day", "I Know About Them", "Oh Dale, What's Wrong With You", "The Video Of Us" Tickets to our liv…
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Neal illustrates the Mandela Effect phenomenum using Status Quo’s discography, reevaluates Popeye, changes your mind about socks and discusses what we know about helicoptors, how elevators should work, a clever trick for locating a cordless phone with ham, why holes in food are useful, why the sausage thing last time was a bit much, defining the fa…
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Jim Woods, Amanda Bonar and Billy Merritt join me to discuss Billy's time as a bar tender in the prestigious ZigZag bar in New York. Is it ethical to poison one's own burger? Who really invented the Gin and Tonic? And how far should a patron go to earn a bar tender's respect? All these questions and more answered on this week's episode! Follow Grea…
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Welcome to the J&J on Jazz Podcast. This podcast was originally released on July 23rd, 2021, on the Jeff Antoniuk - Educator YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and feel free to enjoy the video version as well. FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS! In episode #13, James and Jeff talk about articulation. If you want to swing harder, funk even fu…
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In this Fast Track Friday episode, Brent revisits the week's episodes and delves deeper into the theme of playing what you hear. He reflects on a recent question posed during one of the Inner Circle's live Q&A sessions, where a member sought advice on the best approach to improvisation. Drawing from personal experiences and expert insights, he navi…
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NOISE has you covered this week with new Beth Gibbons, new Kamasi Washington, Canadian electronic and experimental selections, some beautiful Neo-Classical (Norma Beecroft, Osmanthus, Li Yilei), and more avant-garde goodness. Playlist: Beth Gibbons - Reaching Out Sandra Sutter - Aurora Borealis Li Yilei - Tooth, Wallflower and Salt Li Yilei - ++++ …
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Larry Grover’s ex-wife Carol marries Reed Ballava, a prominent Kern County Democrat. Coach Dozier demands an apology from Father McQuarters.Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, and oh so very much more……
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In this episode, Brent discusses an intriguing question posed by listener Alan Kahn regarding the challenge of transitioning to a wind synthesizer from the trumpet and recapturing the ability to play by ear. Alan shares his previous experiences playing trumpet in various musical settings without extensive music theory knowledge, relying solely on h…
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Vincent creates an app to track future therapy credits as an incentive to his ongoing therapy journey Support the show Written and performed by Vincenzo Giarrusso and Michael Sheinberg Based on an original idea by Vincenzo Giarrusso. Therapy Transcripts ( excerpts) available at https://vincey.ghost.io/ Music by Vincenzo Giarrusso publishing sony AT…
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Construction contractor Steve Bosell gets messed with by neighbor Roy Hutchins over “The Rapture.”Dr Ron Target is sick of solar eclipses. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, and oh so very much more……
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In this episode, Brent addresses a crucial question posed by listener Troy West about bridging the gap between auditory imagination and instrumental execution in jazz improvisation. He offers invaluable insights and practical exercises to enhance the connection between what musicians hear in their minds and what they play on their instruments. He b…
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After a couple episodes away, we return to the New York Times list of best jazz albums of 2023 and finish it off. It's happier days for the most part. The boys acknowledge that these selections are all, more or less, actually jazz, and some are even pretty enjoyable. Jonathan Suazo – RICANO; Mendoza Hoff Revels – ECHOLOCATION; Micah Thomas – REVEAL…
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In this episode, Brent answers a thought-provoking question from listener Winfried Wilms about achieving a final version of improvisation. Through a captivating exploration, Brent unpacks the complexities of planning versus improvising in jazz solos. Drawing upon his extensive experience as a jazz musician and educator, he navigates the nuances of …
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Phone rings, door chimes, in comes company. The Italians call it "hospitaliano," that open armed attitude that makes guesting and having guests molto fun. Whether you're hosting, being hosted, or hosting again because you forgot the first time, always remember, it’s dangerous to refuse a guest, and sometimes worse to be one. Worlds Beyond Number is…
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