I've got a big dump o' sound for you today:
- I'm on my second episode of co-hosting the popular Inside Home Recording podcast with Paul Garay. This time I review the Blue Snowball microphone and interview musician Craig Northey. You can subscribe if you'd like to get new episodes automatically.
- I've posted part 1 and part 2 of the audio from my sold-out website workshop last Friday to the Penmachine Podcast. My slides are also available. (Again, you may subscribe if you wish.)
- My wife's podcast, Lip Gloss and Laptops, has reached its 16th episode, and they have a cool giveaway this week. And, of course, you can subscribe!
- Maybe the neatest thing: Darren Barefoot pointed me to the iTunes Signature Maker, which compiles songs from your iTunes Music Library into a mishmash of semi-recognizable audio that summarizes your taste in music. My signature (500 KB MP3 file) is pretty much dead on for my tastes: bluesy, crunching guitars, aggressive drums, a fair share of classic rock (Beatles, Bowie), some retro keyboards, and it ends with one of my favourite songs of all time, "What I Like About You" by the Romantics, which is also a song my band plays pretty much every single show. Amazing.