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Title: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Keith Billik on November 20, 2015, 11:49:21 PM
Hey all,

I have a new job assignment that involves a decent amount of solitary desk work, and I've been listening to a ton of podcasts. Although I have a good list of interesting things to listen to, it would be cool to find something that would satisfy my live sound interests.

Anyone have good recommendations? I don't have anything super specific in mind; it could be gear or technique oriented, or interviews, etc. Ideally educational in some way would be great.


Much appreciated!
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Lou Kohley on November 21, 2015, 02:21:47 PM
I've enjoyed Sound Design Live by Nathan Lively. The interviews are interesting especially the ones with Bob McCarthy.

LOU
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Dave Scarlett on November 23, 2015, 01:08:33 PM
For recording interests I enjoy Warren Huart on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/user/WarrenHuartRecording
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Tim Weaver on June 15, 2021, 04:22:29 PM
Digging up this old thread.

A friend of mine started this podcast: https://www.beatsinabottle.com/letstalkaudio

It focuses on women and minorities in audio.


I'm slated to be a guest in the near future. Even though I'm a basic white guy. If you know some women/minorities in the field maybe point them to her. She clearly needs more guests if I'm going to be on it! lol
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Steve Litcher on June 15, 2021, 04:35:52 PM
I've been liking:

"Don't Shit on the Bus" - it's geared more toward the beginner/newbie in the touring world, but some of the guests are interesting (like the owner of Killer Merch, and security legend Sully Sulivan)

"Radio Check - Life in the Concert Touring Industry" - they have some interesting guests; recently had Pooch as a guest.

"Pooch and Rabold" - goes without saying...

"Roadie Free Radio" - pretty entertaining; a number of my friends have been guests/featured on it.

And occasionally I'll listen to The Bob Lefsetz Podcast, if there's a guest or topic that seems like it might be interesting.

(and of course, a shameless plug for my own podcast, MixMasters; it's pretty pedestrian compared to the others, but it's been fun and it's a good way to pass the pandemic time)

Edit: I didn't realize this was such an old thread... :D Oh well; I'll leave my list just in case anyone is looking for something (potentially) new/different.
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Landon Lewsaw on June 15, 2021, 11:34:09 PM
Chris Leonard's "How We Got Loud" is awesome if you're fascinated by the early days of tour sound and how the industry grew into what it is today.
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Tim McCulloch on June 16, 2021, 11:46:49 AM
Not a podcast, but a weekly Zoom meeting:

https://www.aes.org/sections/pnw/ttt/  Send Dan an email and let him know you'll be joining and get on the email listserve.

Some of the people you'll recognize, like Dan Mortensen, Gordon McGregor, me (when I can attend), and some really friendly and knowledgeable joining as they are able.  Topics range from live audio to deep dives into recording (jazz, classical) - the techniques, the engineers and producers and studios... and things you'd not expect! 

If anyone needs a daily dose of AV and remote production discussion and Q&A, there is "Office Hours" https://officehours.global
It's live with replays on YooToob.
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Mac Kerr on June 16, 2021, 05:52:18 PM
Not a podcast, but a weekly Zoom meeting:

https://www.aes.org/sections/pnw/ttt/  Send Dan an email and let him know you'll be joining and get on the email listserve.

Some of the people you'll recognize, like Dan Mortensen, Gordon McGregor, me (when I can attend), and some really friendly and knowledgeable joining as they are able.  Topics range from live audio to deep dives into recording (jazz, classical) - the techniques, the engineers and producers and studios... and things you'd not expect! 

If anyone needs a daily dose of AV and remote production discussion and Q&A, there is "Office Hours" https://officehours.global
It's live with replays on YooToob.

I was about to recommend Office Hours, and AES sites are always worth a look.

Mac
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Scott Holtzman on June 19, 2021, 11:03:12 AM
Well Brian was kind enough to have me on the panel with some very esteemed folks.  I can't think of anything cooler than that.  Search "The Audio Opinion Show"
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Tim McCulloch on June 19, 2021, 05:15:13 PM
Well Brian was kind enough to have me on the panel with some very esteemed folks.  I can't think of anything cooler than that.  Search "The Audio Opinion Show"

"I'd never join a club that would allow the likes of me as a member" - Groucho Marx
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: doug johnson2 on June 20, 2021, 12:14:54 PM
A few of my current favorites are The Church Sound Podcast, Signal to Noise, and The Truth About Vintage Amps.
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: brian maddox on June 20, 2021, 03:14:03 PM
Well Brian was kind enough to have me on the panel with some very esteemed folks.  I can't think of anything cooler than that.  Search "The Audio Opinion Show"

I have been thinking about turning some of the shows into a podcast. I have a pretty sharp mentee right now who is quite a bit more active on social media and the like [and her demographic is skews, shall we say a bit less "seasoned" than me] and she thinks it'd be pretty popular.

Maybe I need to get to editing...  :)
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: dave briar on June 20, 2021, 11:23:48 PM
I have been thinking about turning some of the shows into a podcast. I have a pretty sharp mentee right now who is quite a bit more active on social media and the like [and her demographic is skews, shall we say a bit less "seasoned" than me] and she thinks it'd be pretty popular.

Maybe I need to get to editing...  :)
Iíve enjoyed the Audio Opinion episodes and would agree with your mentee.
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: John A Chiara on June 28, 2021, 02:33:05 PM
Hey all,

I have a new job assignment that involves a decent amount of solitary desk work, and I've been listening to a ton of podcasts. Although I have a good list of interesting things to listen to, it would be cool to find something that would satisfy my live sound interests.

Anyone have good recommendations? I don't have anything super specific in mind; it could be gear or technique oriented, or interviews, etc. Ideally educational in some way would be great.



Much appreciated!

Scotty Kilmer..
Title: Re: Cool Podcasts?
Post by: Tim Weaver on June 28, 2021, 09:00:09 PM
Scotty Kilmer..
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