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Old 07-04-2022, 08:28 AM
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Rudy4 had a good idea... adding a list of podcasts to the Masterlist.
Please list AND LINK the podcasts you enjoy and think would be beneficial to others learning this craft that infects our minds.

Note... The link is important. I'm not a podcast guy and I don't want to go hunting for these things. If you don't give me a link, I'm not going to list it until a link is provided.
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Old 07-04-2022, 08:41 AM
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Rudy4 had a good idea... adding a list of podcasts to the Masterlist.
Please list AND LINK the podcasts you enjoy and think would be beneficial to others learning this craft that infects our minds.

Note... The link is important. I'm not a podcast guy and I don't want to go hunting for these things. If you don't give me a link, I'm not going to list it until a link is provided.
Thanks Jim.

I've listened through Doug Fearn's My Take On Music Recording series and found it to be very informative. Some of my favorite podcasts in his series have been "Your hearing, it's amazing", "Tuning", "Microphones", "Recording in improvised spaces", "A Conversation With Wes Dooley of Audio Engineering Associates", "Overview of the music recording process", etc.

"My Take On Music Recording"

I'm interested to know about other podcasts relating to recording. Podcasts are great if they are done right; it's a chance to learn and be entertained while multi-tasking. At least I feel like I'm not wasting my time when I do the dishes!
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Old 07-04-2022, 12:42 PM
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Working Class Audio is probably a bit too rock and pop for a lot of the AGF constituency, but you can still pick up a lot. Tons of content.

https://www.workingclassaudio.com/
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Old 07-04-2022, 10:37 PM
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Doug Fearn's My Take On Music Recording
Somewhere Studios
The Attack and Release Show
Working Class Audio
Master Your Mix
Sound On Sound
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Old 07-05-2022, 07:59 AM
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Working my way through a few of the previous suggestions:

Somewhere Studios:

https://www.somewhere-studios.com/podcast

The Attack and Release Show:

https://attackandreleaseshow.fireside.fm/

Working Class Audio:

https://www.workingclassaudio.com/

Master Your Mix:

https://masteryourmix.com/mympodcast/

Sound On Sound:

https://www.soundonsound.com/sos-podcasts

In addition, since Larry Crane (Tape Op) is interviewed in some of those podcasts, it dawned on me that I forgot to include Tape Op, which I'm sure most folks interested in recording technology subscribe to:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...t/id1196134359

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Old 07-05-2022, 08:44 AM
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Working my way through a few of the previous suggestions:
Thanks for providing the links for those.
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Old 07-05-2022, 09:07 AM
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In addition, since Larry Crane (Tape Op) is interviewed in some of those podcasts, it dawned on me that I forgot to include Tape Op..
Tape Op!! As a fellow Portlander I'm very embarrassed I forgot Larry
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Old 07-05-2022, 09:35 AM
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Woo hoo! Great suggestions for windshield time listening.
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Woo hoo! Great suggestions for windshield time listening.
Even what has been posted already is enough to keep you entertained for a VERY long time!
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Old 07-06-2022, 07:07 AM
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Still another contender, "The Truth About Recording And Mixing" series of podcasts can be found at the Fretboard Journal website.

These are great topic-specific casts among the many podcasts that can be found among the Fretboard Journal's offerings. I do have to say that FJ podcasts are all pretty serious fun, and I never miss a new interview with a guitar builder or player.

The entire Truth About Vintage Amps series is also great listening fodder for those of you who might want to delve deeper into all those vintage tube amp designs. This is good stuff!

I subscribe to Fretboard Journal, a great publication, but mostly to support the FJ podcasts, which are always great. Occasionally I give a passing thought to not listening if I don't think the subject will be of interest to me and then end up listening anyhow. In the large majority of those cases I'm always glad I listened!
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