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In this show, music industry guru Bobby Owsinski gives you his personal insights into the industry of music covering industry news, reviews, analysis and tips as well as offering an amazing interviews with prominent industry movers and shakers every show! If you know Bobby, you know you are in for an enlightening and engaging treat. So enjoy the show!

In this show, music industry guru Bobby Owsinski gives you his personal insights into the industry of music covering industry news, reviews, analysis and tips as well as offering an amazing interviews with prominent industry movers and shakers every show! If you know Bobby, you know you are in for an enlightening and engaging treat. So enjoy the show!
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In this show, music industry guru Bobby Owsinski gives you his personal insights into the industry of music covering industry news, reviews, analysis and tips as well as offering an amazing interviews with prominent industry movers and shakers every show! If you know Bobby, you know you are in for an enlightening and engaging treat. So enjoy the show!

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English


Episodes

Episode #287 – CD Baby And TuneCore In China, Digital Patchbays, And Producer-Engineer Yoad Nevo

10/15/2019
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NEWS CD Baby and TuneCore both made a deal with Tencent Music, the largest streaming service in China Digital Patchbays are here and about to take over GUEST Producer, mixer, mastering engineer and senior advisor to Waves Yoad Nevo Yoad … Continue reading →

Duration:00:40:34

Episode #286 – Spotify Market Value, Engineers Working For Free, And Agent Bruce Houghton

10/8/2019
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NEWS The reason why Spotify’s stock price is way down Producers and engineers work a lot for free according to new MPG study GUEST Founder of Skyline Artists Agency and Hypebot Bruce Houghton Bruce Houghton started his boutique Skyline Artists … Continue reading →

Duration:00:40:10

Episode #285 – Online Content Getting Shorter, New SSDs, And L-Acoustic’s Scott Sugden

10/1/2019
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NEWS The ramifications of online content is getting both longer and shorter Upcoming solid state drives will be much larger and cheaper too GUEST L-Acoustic’s L-ISA product manager Scott Sugden Scott Sugden started as a live systems engineer for bands … Continue reading →

Duration:00:41:38

Episode #284: CDs Making A Comeback, Cheap USB Hubs, And Engineer Craig Burbidge

9/24/2019
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NEWS CDs seem to be making a comeback with some big sellers recently Beware of cheap USB hubs that could cause serious system problems GUEST Engineer Craig Burbidge Engineer Craig Burbidge gained multi-platinum status having worked with hundreds of artists … Continue reading →

Duration:00:50:04

Episode #283 – Streaming Royalties May Change For The Better, SM58 Facts, And Engineer Jesse Ray Ernster

9/17/2019
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NEWS Deezer will try a new streaming royalty plan which could pay indie artists more Some interesting facts about the Shure SM58 GUEST Engineer Jesse Ray Ernster My guest this week is engineer, mixer and composer Jesse Ray Ernster, who grew up … Continue reading →

Duration:00:50:46

Episode #282 – Latest Music Sales Data, 40th Walkman Anniversary, And Miles Davis Nephew Vince Wilburn Jr.

9/10/2019
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NEWS The latest music sales data from the first half of the year from the RIAA Sony’s influential Walkman is celebrating its 40th anniversary GUEST Drummer and Miles Davis nephew Vince Wilburn Jr Vince Wilburn Jr. has both toured and … Continue reading →

Duration:00:38:03

Episode #281 – Manipulating Streaming Numbers, Steinway’s Secret Vault, And WAM’s Terri Winston

9/3/2019
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NEWS 4 ways that streaming numbers are manipulated Steinway Piano’s secret underground vault GUEST Women’s Audio Mission’s founder and executive director Terri Winston Terri Winston is the executive director of Women’s Audio Mission, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization that uses … Continue reading →

Duration:00:37:23

Episode #280 – Music Disappearing From Radio, Hydrating Your Voice, And Hollywood Bowl FOH Mixer Fred Vogler

8/27/2019
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NEWS Music may disappear off the radio in 10 years but the format will remain Tips on hydrating your voice GUEST Hollywood Bowl and Disney Hall FOH mixer Fred Vogler Learn more about Fred at Sonitus Consulting 6 time Grammy … Continue reading →

Duration:00:52:32

Episode #279 – Amazon Sells Counterfeit CDs, Mixing With Your Eyes, And Amuse CEO Diego Farias

8/20/2019
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NEWS The RIAA says that 25% of Amazon’s CDs are counterfeit Do you mix with your eyes or your ears? GUEST Amuse co-founder and CEO Diego Farias Diego Farias is a digital music and tech expert with experience from some … Continue reading →

Duration:00:34:10

Episode #278 – Producer Joe Solo, Rerecording Old Songs, And The Transition To 64 Bit DAWs

8/13/2019
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NEWS It looks like Taylor Swift won’t be rerecording the songs from her catalog soon Be ready for the transition to a 64 bit audio world, and our DAWs are first GUEST Producer Joe Solo Joe Solo turned a chance meeting … Continue reading →

Duration:00:43:24

Episode #277 – 411 Music Group’s Kristen Agee, Katy Perry Plagiarism Lawsuit, And SoundCloud For Every Musician

8/6/2019
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NEWS Katy Perry’s lawsuit loss is bad for song copyrights Why every musician should have a SoundCloud account GUEST 411 Music Group founder and CEO Kristen Agee Kristen Agee is a classically trained violinist and started playing multiple instruments at … Continue reading →

Duration:00:49:48

Episode #276 – Musician’s Labor Relations, Focusrite Buys ADAM, And Engineer Steve Genewick

7/30/2019
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NEWS Online creatives might need a new labor union Focusrite Acquires ADAM Audio GUEST Engineer Steve Genewick Steve Genewick has worked at Capitol Studios in Hollywood for 25 years, and during that time he’s had the opportunity to work with … Continue reading →

Duration:00:43:14

Episode #275 – Producer/Remixer Dave Aude, DJ Streaming, And Summer NAMM

7/23/2019
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NEWS The DJ world is about to change thanks to streaming Summer NAMM is become a must-attend GUEST Producer/remixer Dave Audé Dave Audé is a producer and remixer with an astounding 133 #1’s on Billboard’s Dance Club chart. That’s more … Continue reading →

Duration:00:42:37

Episode #274 – Amazon Music, Aerosmith In Vegas, And Producer/Engineer Greg Penny Talks Immersive Audio

7/15/2019
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NEWS Amazon Music is growing faster than any other streaming network Aerosmith has a part-time residency in Las Vegas, and it’s a big one GUEST Producer/engineer Greg Penny talks Atmos music mixing My guest today at the forefront of mixing … Continue reading →

Duration:00:55:36

Episode #273 – Music In 10 Years, Tinnitus, Pro Tools Computers, And Primephonic CEO Thomas Steffens

7/9/2019
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NEWS What will music sound like in 10 years? A venture capitalist thinks he knows. Rolling Stone launches new charts The cause of tinnitus may have been discovered Computers used for Pro Tools GUEST Primephonic CEO Thomas Steffens My guest … Continue reading →

Duration:00:25:59

Episode #272 – New Billboard Charts, Smuggling With Speaker Cabinets, And Smart Studio’s Jim Dunne

7/2/2019
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NEWS There are 2 new Billboard charts, but does it even matter? Drug smuggling with fake speaker cabinets GUEST Smart Studio’s founder and senior acoustic consultant Jim Dunne Jim Dunne is the founder and senior acoustic consultant of the ground-breaking Smart Studio, … Continue reading →

Duration:00:50:38

Episode #271 – Music Publishing Revenue, Universal Vault Fire, And Female Musician’s Academy’s Bree Noble

6/25/2019
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NEWS The music publishing industry’s revenue increase that’s not trickling down to songwriters The Universal vault fire and how it affects record label’s archives GUEST Female Musician’s Academy’s founder Bree Noble My guest on the podcast this week is Bree Noble, who is … Continue reading →

Duration:00:45:26

Episode #270 – Spotify vs. Radio, Playlists Replace The Album, And Rocketsongs Jonathan Stone

6/18/2019
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NEWS What are the biggest differences between Spotify and radio airplay? It looks like playlists are replacing the album. GUEST Rocketsongs co-founder and creative director Jonathan Stone Jonathan Stone has had a long career as a director of creative services … Continue reading →

Duration:00:44:13

Episode #269 – YouTube Copyright Mistakes, Losing 50 Million Songs, And Zubin Gadhoke Of Olympus Projects

6/11/2019
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NEWS The reason why YouTube is making a lot of copyright mistakes these days MySpace just lost 50 million songs from 14 million artists and many can’t be found anywhere else GUEST Olympus Projects co-founder and music producer Zubin Gadhoke … Continue reading →

Duration:00:45:06

Episode #268 – The 50 States Of Music, Vintage Synth Acid Trip, And Music Consultant Rick Goetz

6/4/2019
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NEWS The 50 States Of Music shows what music contributes to every state’s economy Synth tech gets an acid trip from a vintage synth repair GUEST Music and digital media consultant Rick Goetz Find out more at musicconsultant.com Rick Goetz … Continue reading →

Duration:00:35:46