StudioB is starting to roll back into form after many months of spotty releases. The last year was hard on everyone, and the creative community was gut punched as venues closed and artists did whatever they could to remain productive and inspired. This episode features new music from these Richmond-area artists, all released in 2021, much of it worked on during lockdown in 2020.
Show notes and links at www.studiobrva.com.
I’m sort of old-school when it comes to equipment and software. I don’t like subscriptions. I rarely sell old gear. And I don’t really take advantage of “free trials”. That said, I learned Audacity, the free DAW for audio editing and mixing, because a number of my podcasting clients were using and I found it to be surprisingly able. (I’m a Pro Tools guy which brings its own special brand of heartache. But at least their support sucks! I digress.) There ARE some things about Audacity that I’m not keen on such as how when you want to record in multitrack mode you select the number of tracks you want then just hit record. I know. That sounds user-friendly and logical, but I like to set up my session and inspect it before rolling. Like I said, I’m old school. But there’s a new version of Audacity out and the reviews have been positive – good news for podcasters and project studio producers who are not as old-school and are just fine using a free program. Here’s Music Radar’s take on it. Give me a shout if you don’t want to deal with any of this when producing your podcast. Some folks understandably feel they have enough on their plate with the ideation, hosting, interviewing and promoting of their podcast.
Article link: https://www.musicradar.com/news/audacity-one-of-the-best-free-audio-editors-gets-updated-to-version-3
All episodes of the Synapse Hubcast are now available to stream or download via the SmackSound website. I love working with Synapse to produce and host this series of covnversations.
Source: Synapse Hubcast – SmackSound
Today’s guest is Empowerment Coach Pamela Losada. Originally, Switzerland she was a prominent Psychologist and Counselor with a successful practice. But something was missing. She was looking for something deeper and more meaningful, had chronic exhaustion and no measure of success made her feel complete. Then she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. This led her on a quest to find something to make her feel more complete. She became a Certified Health Coach, and began to implement the most cutting-edge insights and strategies to help transform her life and the lives of her clients.
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