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Radio Confidential

Jordan Holt, Amir Danadoost, Farinoush Mostaghimi, Darryl Jeremiah

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Radio Confidential is a podcast dedicated to the wonderful world of audio! From recording to composing to studio design, Radio Confidential conducts interviews with industry professionals. Giving you access to a vast wealth of audio knowledge! Featuring music produced by our guests.
 
Many many mysteries shall remain. SOME shall be dispelled!! My name is Jamie Lidell and I'm gonna delve into the heady magic of creating music in a modern studio, probe the depths of production, get tech crazy with mixing tricks, studio skills and equipment. I'll be joined by fellow musicians, engineers and all-round audiophiles who kindly share their tips, stories and ingenious insight from the bizarre world of music production. I shall answer questions and seek knowledge from other music m ...
 
The Audacity Bootcamp is a podcast for podcasters and ACX audiobook narrators who use Audacity. You'll find it to be a resource for creating exceptional audio for podcasts, audiobooks, and videos. You'll find helpful topics relevant and useful to podcast, audiobook, and video editors who use Audacity as their audio editing platform. My name is Mike Adams and I’m currently a podcast and video host, editor, and producer. My audio recording and production experience began in the mid-1990s and m ...
 
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Audacity has announced plans to create a new online manual to replace the current one. The new manual will have a cleaner look and (it looks like) easier navigation. In addition, it can include video tutorials. I believe this would be a huge step forward in the betterment of Audacity. The link below will take you to Audacity's public announcement r…
 
This design team of Seth Jackson, and Nathan Alves have an accomplishment that no other can lay claim to. They were literally, the FIRST to tour - post covid with their client, Toby Keith. They talk about a few challenges this prested, and a bit about other projects. It was a short, but fun chat with a pair of very accomplished, and successful desi…
 
Remote and Automated followspots, or tracking systems as some prefer to be called, are becoming a hotly contested, and more widely used range of products. A short few years ago, only the bravest, or most innovative users would even consider automating ALL of their spots, but today, many, even most of the larger shows have some form of spots that ar…
 
Not only does VOID have the coolest name among sound reinforcement manufacturers, but they also have (BY FAR) the coolest looking enclosures. And guess what... they sound good too! Rob is an interesting guy... and heck - he's brave enough to exhibit, at a lighting show, post COVID... Great talk that could have gone MUCH longer.…
 
I think I’ve uncovered a problem in Audacity version 3.1.0 regarding sync-lock tracks and the new way of moving audio clips. I use sync-lock tracks on every podcast I do to keep the intro/outro music and narration synched together but separate from the host and guest(s), who are also in sync with each other. When Audacity announced the new way of m…
 
The loop function in Audacity 3.1.0 has changed significantly. This episode is a deeper dive into those changes and the new attributes of the loop function which are far more complicated than in previous versions. Here's the link to the video I mentioned in this episode: What's New in Audacity Version 3.1.0? -Enjoy!…
 
It's been about a week since I launched my latest course at Udemy called ACX Audiobook Production Using Audacity. It's an Audacity-only course for creating exceptional audiobooks for ACX using Audacity and only Audacity. And the reviews from those enrolled are starting to surface. In this episode I share a few of them with you so you can hear what …
 
I have been buried these last couple of months with creating a new online, on-demand video course called ACX Audiobook Production Using Audacity. I'm happy to say that this shiny new course has been rolled out onto the showroom floor as of this morning and it's ready for public consumption. Here's a feel for some of the topics in this new course: T…
 
A cool head and an eye (and ear) for detail are intrinsic parts of successful artist management. Henry McGroggan has brought those talents, and a great many more, to managing an eclectic roster of artists ranging from Iggy Pop to The Corrs to Skalpel. We chat with the CEO of CEO (Central European Organization) about his decades-long wild ride.…
 
LDI is an incredibly important show to ANYONE in the live events, lighting or entertainment technology business. I've been going to the show since 1989, and intend to continue going as long as I remain in the industry. It's an amazing networking show, and opportunity to meet, learn and interract / network.…
 
Alex Bilo made the BTS mega smash hit Butter as part of a crack writing team. A song that spent weeks and weeks at the Billboard number 1 spot. Just huge. HUGE! Hear how it went down from a man I'm happy to say is my friend. Yep it’s rare I’m friendly with such big writers but we go way back now.. Ah how the time flies! Alex came up working with ma…
 
Stimming joins the pod for a hearty, autumnal, philosophical ramble which I found most fulfilling (actually we spoke in the summer but the falling leaves around here are turning my sense of time) He's been producing quality textural groovers for a long time and his new Album LUDWIG has just taken flight and he's certainly stretching himself to new …
 
Are you thinking about starting a podcast? What kind of hardware and software will you need and how much is it going to cost? Do I need to sink hundreds of dollars into microphones and other hardware? Do I need to spend thousands of dollars on a studio quality room? How about software training? Am I facing a huge expenditure for software training? …
 
I was very happy to catch up with Erick Elliott aka Erick Arc Elliott or Erick the Architect, a Renaissance man par excellence. He's a prolific and talented musician and producer and is arguably best known for his work in his band Flatbush Zombies but as you will find out he’s so much more than a musician at this point. He's not afraid to move into…
 
Here's some techy stuff for you: I recorded this episode using my Rode NT1 condenser mic recording into my Zoom H6. I did the editing and post production in GarageBand using the Waves NS1 Noise Supressor Plugin, along with Graphic EQ and a Limiter set to -1dB. I exported it from there as a WAV file and leveled the audio to -19 LUFS with a true peak…
 
With a career spanning half a century, Craig Anderton has been an author, educator, innovator, musician, producer, DJ, and probably a dozen more careers. He's been called "the world's oldest kid" for the joy of discovery he still brings to everything he does. We talk about his diverse career, and what inspires him to keep experimenting. NOTE: Apolo…
 
When athletes are in the early stages of Free Agency, it is often called Crazy Season. Folks are signed quickly, while being persued by multiple teams for more than their ask. The current used equipment market is comparable. A few items are selling for double what they were in 2020, and there just isn't enough of so many things. The GearSource team…
 
From Elvis Costello, Squeeze, and the Flaming Groovies, to Nick Lowe, Rockpile, and The Undertones, producer Roger Bechirian's work played an integral part of the UK New Wave sound of the late ‘70s and ‘80s. His approach to recording is old school clean and unadulterated, and his approach to the creative process is at once both hands off and collab…
 
Who is that Ned? Well for one thing He is one of the very best players of the game of Ableton! A sharp witted and rooted fellow. He makes a lot of rather good, anarchic and playful music that can be found on his bandcamp under the name Rude_NHS look at titles like "flocks of pigeons making noises that sound like old women agreeing with each other" …
 
He's a walking musical lexicon who's toured with everyone from Cyndi Lauper, Ian Hunter, and John Mayer to Rufus and Loudon Wainwright. For most of the past decade he's brought heart, soul, and Hammond to Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul. We talk about Andy Burton's musical influences, his diverse palette of colors and styles, and navigating…
 
I'm back from a month long road trip and while I was gone, I started hearing and reading concerns over Audacity becoming spyware under its new ownership. Also today, April 26, 2021, a new version of Audacity (3.0.3) was released. Coincidence? Let's talk. Here are the links I mention in this episode: Steve Stewart in The Podcast Editors Club on Face…
 
So great to catch up with my friend and old band mate Cristian Vogel on the show! The way I met Cristian was pretty unlikely and pretty fantastic I have to say. Basically back in around 1995 I was making music with Subhead alongside Jason Leach and Phil Wells and thanks to those guys I became aware of so much incredible music mostly from Detroit an…
 
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