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Tagged with “music” (10)

  1. Mastering engineer Peter Hewitt-Dutton talks with Mike Exeter

    Metropolis Studios mastering engineer Peter Hewitt-Dutton talks with Mike Exeter about mastering and lot’s of really interesting aspects of how to get a great record - vinyl mastering follow up feature will be added soon.

    Visit http://www.RecordProduction.com for 500 more producer and studio features.

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  2. Recording Pink Floyd with Alan Parsons & Nick Mason

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    We recorded an interview with Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and Alan Parsons at Sate of the Ark Studios a while back when they were recording a special drum sample library for Sonic Reality. Dave from Sonic Reality asked the questions mostly focused on the Dark Side of the Moon album and we have thrown in a stack of cut-away footage of the recording and preparation followed by a little chat about the drums recording in the corridor :-)

    Special thanks to everyone who helped in the making of this feature!

    Visit http://www.RecordProduction.com for 500 more producer and studio features.

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  3. Gary Stevenson & Mike Exeter - Recording & production tips

    Legendary record producer Gary Stevenson talks with Mike Exeter at Gary’s private studio in the UK. This is a lovely hour long chat about Gary’s work with Go West, Rick Astley, ABC and many other fantastic artists. You must get a cup of tea or coffee ready before you start watching as it runs an hour :-) Visit http://www.RecordProduction.com for 500 more producer and studio features.

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  4. #169: The Psychology of Scam Artists & How Not to Get Duped by The Art of Manliness | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Stream #169: The Psychology of Scam Artists & How Not to Get Duped by The Art of Manliness from desktop or your mobile device

    https://soundcloud.com/artofmanliness/169a

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  5. Unpublished Brian Eno Lecture

    Unpublished Brian Eno Lecture I recorded at the Royal College of Art, London. Nov 23, 2005.

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  6. Michael Engelbrecht interviews Brian Eno in 1998

    Brian Eno: Conversation with Umbrella, Tape Recorder, Record Player, Overhead-Projector and Michael Engelbrecht. After an introduction, Eno appears at 4:37. ** Revenue from the ads goes to the rights holders of some of the music played and Google, not the University. ** This conversation/lecture took place on Saturday 29th August 1998, and was the second event to mark the opening of Eno’s "Future Light-Lounge Proposal" installation at the Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle (KAH) in Bonn, Germany. Eno discussed some of his current thinking and later played some records on a gramophone.

    The event was streamed live using RealVideo streaming technology, and then archived on the KAH’s web-site. As that link no longer works, and many people do not have the software to play Real videos anyway, the University has preserved the file for a YouTube audience.

    Images from the event can be viewed here: http://www2.bundeskunsthalle.de/1/27/i2e.htm

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  7. Brian Eno Lecture 1979 The Recording Studio As A Compositional Tool Lecture

    Originally premiered at The Kitchen, New Music America "New Music, New York" 1979, 4th performance, unknown location. Recording incomplete, and songs removed due to copyright claims.

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  8. Tech and the Uncanny

    Sarah Angliss is a musician …and robots are her instruments.

    There’s the robotic crow Edgar Allan, Hugo the singing ventriloquist’s dummy head, Clara 2.0 the baby doll that plays the theremin, and the Ealing Feeder, a 28-note, polyphonic, electromechanical carillon.

    Sarah’s band Spacedog is renowned for its live performances featuring theremin, vocals, percussion, saw, laptop, and of course, robots.

    Sarah is also a sound historian and she has been called in occasionally by BBC Radio 4 and the World Service to share her expertise on the phonograph and other early music machines.

    You can keep up with all her activities at sarahangliss.com.

    http://2013.dconstruct.org/conference/sarah/

    Sarah Angliss is a composer, automatist and sound historian, fascinated with the uncanny (Das Unheimliche) - an idea she researches through her performance, her robotic creations and in the archives.

    The uncanny is the familiar, presented in an unfamiliar form, something we find strangely compelling yet unsettling. It’s the voice message that remains after death, the ventriloquist’s dummy, the hyper-real video game character or the Doppelgänger of folklore.

    At dConstruct, Sarah will consider how we can harness the uncanny to make digital experiences more compelling. She’ll also be exploring moments in history when technology, from phonographs to mobile phones, seemed to take on a peculiar caste - causing fault lines in our understanding of human identity.

    According to Sarah, if you’re looking for the next revolution in telecommunications, go in search of the uncanny.

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  9. Britten and the String Quartet: A Classical Impulse - String Quartet No.2

    Overview The second in a series of three talks and performances to mark the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten. The Badke Quartet will perform Britten’s String Quartet No 2 in C major (1945).

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  10. Folk Buddies Podcast 1

    Me and Clarrie have been going to listen to folk concerts. There is nothing wrong with that. We have been going back to her kitchen and drinking beer and talking about them. There is nothing wrong with that either. But then we decided to record our conversations and post them to the internet. Which is probably a terrible, terrible mistake….

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