In this expensive episode, our heroes discuss midi controllers, digital software, and expensive digital hardware. Joey gets indignant over prices, James tries to convince Joey to spend lots of money, and they debate the lack of productivity from developers.
In this post-bitch episode, our heroes talk Hip-Hop in China, "On-Set" movie sound, and interns. James complains about musicians who can't hold their high, Joey grumbles about "working" on his day off, a special guest walks in unknowingly.
In this treat of an episode, our heroes are joined by Greg Goa, CEO of Market Sound and local music producer, to talk radio jingles, producing electronic music, and his new personal studio. Greg discusses his perspective on gear vs being a songwriter, how leaving his day job allowed him more time to pursue music, and how age should be catching up to him.
Find more information about Greg Goa at the following locations:
marketsound.ca (wedding DJ services)
capitalimaging.ca (music branding)
kemotreats.com (electro/hiphop artists)
In this published episode, our heroes talk Wall Street, Recording Studio Futures, and instruments that are a challenge to learn. James is thankful for home studios, Joey is disapointed at Xmas, and a couple of pictures get farmed out into the world.
In this well mowed episode, our heroes talk owning a studio vs freelancing, morning coffee routines, and band drama. Joey plans out his future business, James cries over debt, and they talk business futures... or something like that.
In this post milestone episode, our heroes discuss new gear from Warm Audio, user reviews, and learning mastering before learning to mix. James brings up the "Millenial Dictionary," Joey laments clones not being clones, and hip hoppers remain vague as ever!
In this truthless episode, our festive heroes contemplate the new year with quick hitting discussion points that may or not be valid in the studio. Roland Rodas joins to contribute to the confusion, James is worried by cheap parts that won't last as long as expensive parts that don't last, and Joey is bitter about internet arguments but likes Kenny Gioia's online asshole personality... Oh, and have a happy new year!
In this genius episode, our heroes trash hip hop culture, lametn lack of hard drive space, and contemplate low-ballers. James complains about clients with a lack of work ethic, Joey refuses to work on movies, and Roland Rodas (of Cavern of Echoes Audio) pipes in about crying drummers, after our half-wit heroes stole his office.