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Tape Notes is a podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early demo versions and stems ...
 
The Bladder Battle Podcast was created by host Lauren Wion to dive deep into the mysterious disease, Interstitial Cystitis with two series: "IC in the Dark" and "Flarey Tales!" IC in the Dark series provides discussions via professionals and companies to inform our audience about remedies, tips for managing the disease, how to show support and so much more! Flarey Tales series gives those living with the chronic illness an opportunity to share their stories and provide support to other ICers ...
 
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In today's bonus episode of Ellas, we have Melba Téllez to give us an update on her career in the tech industry, her entrepreneurial journey and the lessons her audience has taught her through Mujeres on the Rise. It's been two years since Melba was on Ellas and we go deep in today's episode about how it's crucial to inspire mujeres while we pave o…
 
In this episode John links up with Marie Ulven, aka girl in red, and producer Matias Tellez, to talk about how they wrote, recorded and produced her debut album ‘if i could make it go quiet’. With Marie’s original bedroom recordings to hand, the pair take us through how they built on the framework of her demos, singling out the minuscule details in…
 
In this episode, John ventures up to The Old Workshop Studio to catch up with Johnny Flynn and producer Charlie Andrew about how they wrote, recorded and produced the album ‘Lost in the Cedar Wood’. From the summer walks with co-writer Robert Macfarlane to tracking the bones of the album in a solar-powered woodland cottage, Johnny recalls shaping t…
 
George Springer is nearly back and there’s a very real possibility we see him in the Toronto Blue Jays’ two-game set against the Miami Marlins. But his return presents another pressing question — where do you hit him in the lineup? Mark, Bryson and Jacob banter about that, plus Toronto’s bounceback series against the Baltimore Orioles and what reli…
 
Where to start? The Toronto Blue Jays get swept by the New York Yankees in a brutal, bone-crushing three game collapse at Sahlen Field. It had everything: blown leads, players screaming at each other, getting screwed by the umpires and a triple play, not to mention a lifetime of anguish. Is this rock bottom for the Blue Jays? For all of our mental …
 
Ohhhhhhhhh boy. What a series it was for the Toronto Blue Jays against the Boston Red Sox this weekend. Mark, Bryson and Jacob unpack all the takeaways from two blown games, plus a wild 18-4 win on Sunday. How ridiculous is Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s season so far? What do the Blue Jays need to do to fix this team and bullpen? What can we blame on Cha…
 
¿Cómo celebras nuestra cultura Latina? En el episodio 59 de Ellas, Marie Claire Vásquez y María Victoria Abreu comparten cómo elevan la cultura Latina y brindan diversidad e inclusión a la industria de los juegos de mesa a través de Dutidú. Hablamos sobre la importancia de invertir en talento Latino, cómo hacer nuestros sueños costosos en una reali…
 
In this episode John heads over to Pixel Studios to chat with Dodie and producer Joe Rubel about how the album ‘Build A Problem’ was written, recorded and produced. Unearthing Dodie’s first phone recordings made in her bedroom, the pair dig into the ways in which they preserved and developed her DIY/scrapbook sound in the studio. As well as lots of…
 
After a third consecutive sub-par start and underlying numbers indicating he’s having a rough season, Hyun Jin Ryu is making some Toronto Blue Jays fans sweat. Should we be concerned about his long-term viability? What would it mean for the Blue Jays’ rotation if he’s struggling? Mark, Bryson and Jacob discuss a rough series against the Chicago Whi…
 
The possibility of the Toronto Blue Jays actually returning to Canada got a big boost this week, as the NHL’s plan for playoff hockey received the official approval of the federal government. When might we see the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre again? What’s holding them back? Mark, Bryson and special guest David also discuss Toronto’s latest serie…
 
Major league start #2 is in the books for Alek Manoah, and it certainly didn’t go as planned. Is there any possibility the Toronto Blue Jays subject him to a similar fate as Nate Pearson? Bryson and Jacob discuss Toronto’s two-game sweep of the Miami Marlins, early MVP contenders and whether the team should consider extending AL Player of the Month…
 
Oh, boy. This one is a doozy. Charlie Montoyo made his most questionable decision yet in the Toronto Blue Jays’ 6-5 loss to Cleveland on Sunday, drawing fierce criticism and renewed calls for his firing. Just what the hell was he thinking? Does this tip the scales in favour of him being canned? In addition to keeping Tyler Chatwood in, did Montoyo …
 
I’m Ricardo, from The Construct. I would like to dedicate this episode to people that teaches robotics and ROS around the world. Today we are going to learn how the US military Air Force learn to program robots with ROS. Want to learn from the best ROS Developers of the world? Then you cannot miss […] The post 95. Teaching ROS at the US Air Forces …
 
Show notes here: https://www.theconstructsim.com/95-teaching-ros-at-the-us-air-forces-with-steve-beyer/ Now let me introduce you Steve Beyer. Steve is an embedded systems engineer and roboticist that is a member of the United States Air Force developing the US Air Force's digital communications infrastructure in the Middle East. More recently, he c…
 
Alek Manoah’s much-anticipated Toronto Blue Jays debut went even better than anyone could have ever imagined. Is he the magic fix for Toronto’s struggling rotation? Mark, Bryson and Jacob discuss the impact Manoah will have on the rest of the Blue Jays pitching staff, as well as continued offensive production from the likes of Vladimir Guerrero Jr.…
 
Everything that could’ve gone wrong went wrong this weekend for the Toronto Blue Jays in a series sweep by the Tampa Bay Rays. With blown game after blown game, perplexing bunting decisions and questionable starting rotation choices, is it time for the Blue Jays to fire Charlie Montoyo? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also discuss Alek Manoah’s big league c…
 
In this episode, John heads down to Royal Blood’s secret studio near Brighton to catch up with Mike and Ben about how they wrote, recorded and produced their chart-topping album ‘Typhoons’. Having written the majority of the record apart from each other in lockdown, the duo reflect on their creative process, from forming demos on the living room so…
 
Wrapping up a rough series against the Boston Red Sox, it’s time for a way-too-early trade deadline preview. Will the Toronto Blue Jays be willing to move Cavan Biggio and Lourdes Gurriel Jr.? What about Austin Martin or Jordan Groshans? Mark, Bryson and Jacob also debate whether Charlie Montoyo made a mistake in going to Rafael Dolis in the ninth …
 
En el episodio 58 hablo con mi amiga y artista Victoria Molina sobre la importancia de aprovechar las posibilidades que nuestras decisiones nos brinda en nuestro camino. Victoria es una artista mexicana que eleva a la mujer y muestra su amor por la naturaleza a través de sus obras. En esta platica, Victoria comparte que mientras sus decisiones han …
 
The Toronto Blue Jays just keep on rolling. They've won 15 of their last 22 games, powered by a resurgent offense and a bullpen that is just barely chugging along. Mark, Bryson and Jacob unpack Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s three-game home run streak, Lourdes Gurriel Jr.'s six-hit series and Marcus Semien's turnaround season. We also discuss the bullpen:…
 
This episode is about learning the options you have to get some money to start your startup and what is expected you achieve with that money In this podcast series of episodes we are going to explain how to create a robotics startup step by step. We are going to learn how to select your […] The post 94. How to build a robotics startup: getting some…
 
It's a SEASON SWEEP of the Atlanta Braves and the Toronto Blue Jays appear to be finally firing on all cylinders. The starters all went at least five innings (even Ross Stripling!) and the lineup completed a handful of miraculous comebacks. Mark, Bryson and Jacob banter about the series, then discuss the questionable move to demote Nate Pearson to …
 
On this episode of the Bladder Battle Podcast, brand new special series "Flarey Tales," host Lauren Wion has Psychotherapist, chronic illness warrior, resilience coach and cancer survivor, Tacha Kasper on the podcast to share her personal healing journey, professional background as a Psychotherapist, and how she is empowering women to put their men…
 
With the starting rotation still nowhere to be found and Nate Pearson struggling in his 2021 debut, it's time to ask the question: When will Alek Manoah make his Toronto Blue Jays' debut? Mark, Bryson and Jacob all give their date for when Manoah will be added to the 26-man roster. We also discuss why the Blue Jays lead baseball in injured list ass…
 
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