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The podcast for tech-minded music lovers. Do you want to learn how to use technology to make your musical journey more pleasant ? Then this podcast is for you. We will talk about methods, equipment, gear and systems you can utilise to learn and make music for life. We will cover aspects of technology related to music on an ongoing basis. The tech we have in this modern world is amazing but can be overwhelming. Hopefully we can help you make it all work in your favour so you can make amazing music ! All walks of musical life welcome: aspiring musicians, DIY artists, hobbyists, experienced music professionals or just curious about music and technology in general.

The podcast for tech-minded music lovers. Do you want to learn how to use technology to make your musical journey more pleasant ? Then this podcast is for you. We will talk about methods, equipment, gear and systems you can utilise to learn and make music for life. We will cover aspects of technology related to music on an ongoing basis. The tech we have in this modern world is amazing but can be overwhelming. Hopefully we can help you make it all work in your favour so you can make amazing music ! All walks of musical life welcome: aspiring musicians, DIY artists, hobbyists, experienced music professionals or just curious about music and technology in general.

Location:

Australia

Description:

The podcast for tech-minded music lovers. Do you want to learn how to use technology to make your musical journey more pleasant ? Then this podcast is for you. We will talk about methods, equipment, gear and systems you can utilise to learn and make music for life. We will cover aspects of technology related to music on an ongoing basis. The tech we have in this modern world is amazing but can be overwhelming. Hopefully we can help you make it all work in your favour so you can make amazing music ! All walks of musical life welcome: aspiring musicians, DIY artists, hobbyists, experienced music professionals or just curious about music and technology in general.

Twitter:

@audiogeek11

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 61: JamKazam part 2, the juicy details

1/18/2021
JamKazam already existed prior to the pandemic. Back when I started researching tools for online rehearsals, it didn't work well for me in Australia, but did work reasonably well for friends I have in America. Since then their services have been expanded, with more servers and also a few paid subscription options. In this episode I will review the tech information I've received from them and also from some users around the globe. For additional notes go...

Duration:00:26:57

Episode 60: JamKazam part 1, calling all users

1/13/2021
JamKazam already existed prior to the pandemic. Back when I started researching tools for online rehearsals, it didn't work well for me in Australia, but did work reasonably well for friends I have in America. Since then their services have been expanded, with more servers and also a few paid subscription options. Let's review those in this episode. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/60 My virtual tip jar: https://paypal.me/audiogeek11 Support me on...

Duration:00:27:07

Episode 59: Audio Movers

1/5/2021
There are many solutions for remote collaboration and recording, which are now growing in importance due to the isolation caused by the pandemic. Audio Movers are one of the leaders of the pack. In this episode we will: - Discuss basic configuration and usage - Advance into cool optimisation tips For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/59 My virtual tip jar: https://paypal.me/audiogeek11 Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to...

Duration:00:29:14

Episode 58: What's next for music ?

12/21/2020
As we approach the end of a very unique year, let's review what changed in the way we do DIY music and what are the next possible steps in this ever changing industry. One thing is for sure: the show will go on ! For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/58 My virtual tip jar: https://paypal.me/audiogeek11 Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your Home...

Duration:00:36:48

Episode 57: Latency during online Jams and recording

12/14/2020
Latency and musicians are not best friends… We know how hard it is to play on time if you experience latencies on your DAW…. and it's one of the major challenges of online jams. But exactly how much latency is tolerable ? Let's discuss the results of an academic study on the subject, and also my own experiences. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/57 My virtual tip jar: https://paypal.me/audiogeek11 Support me on...

Duration:00:37:28

Episode 56: Ukulele fun for everyone

12/8/2020
Did you know that the ukulele is one of the best selling instruments right now ? Maybe it’s time you get one and start having fun with it. Let’s talk about sizes, models and lessons that can help. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/56 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your Home Studio: contact@audiogeek11.com

Duration:00:36:29

Episode 55: JackTrip, a gateway to online music jams

12/1/2020
In the past we’ve explored Jamulus as one of the best options for online music jams Other services are on the rise, and JackTrip is ahead of the pack With peer-to-peer and client-server options, it promises to deliver higher audio quality than Jamulus at same latency levels Let’s see what is it all about in this exciting new episode For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/55 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to...

Duration:00:35:39

Episode 54: GPU Audio

11/23/2020
Running audio algorithms using your computer’s GPU You have all that processing power available there, so why not use it ? This is what the folks from GPU Audio want to achieve Let’s hear from them in this exclusive interview For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/54 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your Home Studio: contact@audiogeek11.com

Duration:00:41:09

Episode 53: Tonic Audio Labs

11/17/2020
Interview with Ethan Clift, CEO of Tonic Audio Labs This interesting start up wants to turn the song writing world upside down ! Their device promises to be your companion on your musical journey. Nintendo-switch style AI powered hit maker always by your side. Let's get the details in this exciting episode. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/53 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or...

Duration:00:45:55

Episode 52: Online music jams and rehearsals

11/10/2020
In this episode, I will summarise my recent presentation on the topic at the AES Melbourne meeting Fabio will take you through some of the solutions available to jam or rehearse online with your band while in isolation. He will discuss a few caveats, some tools you can use, and a few tips to enhance the experience. He will also discuss what possible services may arise as a result of the current situation. The show notes will include the full powerpoint presentation on the topic. For...

Duration:00:37:11

Episode 51: Bopper Music

11/2/2020
"one that supports artists & composers through a fair, sustainable pricing model." What is behind this statement ? Bopper music is attempting to create a fair environment and model for artists who want to get their music into advertisement. Made by musicians for musicians, this Canadian company tries to break the traditional model and create a fair way to reward artists for their work. Let's hear a perspective from founder Phil Messier For additional notes go...

Duration:00:56:50

Episode 50: Time for celebration

10/26/2020
Wow ! 50 episodes ! So glad to be able to bring all this useful information to all the music lovers out there ! In this episode I will review the journey so far, and talk about some highlights of the episodes so far. I will also have teasers on what is coming next, exciting days ahead ! For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/50 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your...

Duration:00:47:31

Episode 49: Easy ways to record yourself

10/18/2020
During my interview with Desi Serna of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, we briefly discussed the importance of recording yourself. Not only on guitar, but any instrument you might be learning. This allows you to develop yourself as a player and as a musician way faster, as you are aware of areas where you need to do more work. So in this episode I will explore the subject further, giving you easy options to record yourself, be it on your phone, tablet or computer. For additional notes go...

Duration:00:38:29

Episode 48: New World Audio

10/14/2020
In this episode we interview Boris Markarian, the audio engineer behind New World Audio studios in Melbourne, Australia We talk about his experiences dealing with clients and music production, mixing in the box, plugins, gear and more For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/48 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your Home Studio: contact@audiogeek11.com

Duration:00:49:45

Episode 47: Universal Audio Luna, will it work for you ?

10/6/2020
Universal Audio Luna, a new recording system heats up the DAW universe Launched at NAMM 2020, with the promise of ultra low latency integration with Universal Audio Gear sporting thunderbolt ports on Mac computers The caveats are a) the addional costs of the extensions (the main download is free) and b) how can it compete with established DAWs like Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Cubase and others For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/47 Get exclusive content on...

Duration:00:32:57

Episode 46: Art+Logic explains MIDI 2.0

9/28/2020
MIDI was a revolution in digital music back in the 80s. Since then it has become a staple in music production. Now it's time for an update. In this interview we talk with Brett Porter from Art+Logic, one of the companies that developed MIDI 2.0. He will talk about the updates in detail, and what happens with your MIDI 1.0 gear. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/46 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss...

Duration:00:43:05

Episode 45: Play any tune with Anytune

9/22/2020
In the past, musicians used to slow tape machines down so they could hear better what was being played, and so they could practice at a slower tempo before speeding up. Also some songs are not in a perfect tuning due to tape speed and other issues - sometimes intentional. To slow down songs, change pitch or even reduce original instruments I use Anytune. There are many other tools out there that do the same job, but for me Anytune just works. In this episode I will review the Mac version...

Duration:00:32:51

Episode 44: Let's tune in to Antares Auto-Tune

9/14/2020
Now a staple of the music industry, not only for pitch correction but also for effects and the famous Auto-Tune sound. Antares are moving towards a subscription based model where you can get a plethora of their effects, including Auto-Tune, for a monthly fee. Let's hear what their CMO David Przygoda has to say about that. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/44 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this...

Duration:00:29:41

Episode 43: eMuso Music's ultimate help system

9/7/2020
In this episode we explore a topic that is a bit of a myth; how hard it is to learn music theory really depends on the approach to learn it. No doubt it's an essential skill, as it will take your ability to jam and to make music to the next level. We interview Jerry Kramskoy from eMuso, an app which brings a fresh new perspective and can potentially help you in your quest to learn music theory. For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/43 Get exclusive content on...

Duration:00:50:39

Episode 42: Home studio options for Mac users

9/1/2020
In this episode we look back at the basics of a Home Studio setup If you've decided to use a Mac, which one is best for you ? MacBook Pro ? iMac ? Mac Mini ? What about the transition from Intel to their own CPUs ? What about Catalina ? Let's review that in this episode For additional notes go to: https://audiogeek11.com/podcast/42 Get exclusive content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/audiogeek11 If you want to discuss this topic further, or need support with your Home...

Duration:00:37:44