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NAMM news, Leo Laporte drops by and Part #7 of our 45 Days Of Dye!

NAMM News:

The Mic Thing from SM Pro Audio





PSP VintageWarmer 2

SSL Duende 1.5

SSL Drumstrip For Duende

AmpliTube 2 Jimi Hendrix Edition

Digidesign Reel Tape Suite

Digidesign Structure Sampler

NEWS FLASH: NAMM Show Overrun By Lava Lamps! Photo evidence provided by the boys over at Inside Home Recording.


Derek K. Miller Getting Dangerously Close!



Now It's A Lamp That Can Grant Wishes Too?!



I Rest My Case.

Celebrity Interview #1:
You know him as the King Of All Geek Media, the one and only Leo Laporte. While Mike was at the NAMM show Al had a chance to sit down with Leo in honor of our one-year anniversary. They had a chance to talk about the future of PSN and podcasting as well issues that may effect the use of the web for project studio owners everywhere.

Interview Links:

Leo's Podcasts:

this WEEK in TECH

Security Now

net@nite

Windows Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

FLOSS Weekly

Daily Giz Wiz

KFI Tech Guy

MacBreak

The Laporte Report

Futures In Biotech

this WEEK in MEDIA

this WEEK in LAW

iLifeZone

Inside The Black Box

The VFX Show

Celebrity Interview #2:
Grammy Award-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye began his engineering career in 1992. Since that time he's mixed hits for Ricky Martin, Sammy Hagar, Julio Iglesias, and Jon Bon Jovi. He's also recorded artists such as Aerosmith, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan and Shakira...among many others. Here's Part #7 of our 45 Thousand Years Of Dye featuring Part #2 of your questions for Charles.

Interview Links:

Ted Jensen Discography

Ted Jensen - Sterling Sound

Waves Meta Flanger

Derek K. Miller - Inside Home Recording

Paul Garay - Inside Home Recording

DAW Sample Rates & Bit Depth

MIX IT LIKE A RECORD!

Sign Up For The CAPE at The Womb

CharlesDye.com

Charles' Recent Projects

Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: This country star had a string of hits that crossed over to the pop charts in the late sixties and seventies. He began his career as a highly regarded session musician, playing on hits by The Monkees, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, the Association, the Mamas & the Papas, Rick Nelson, the Beach Boys and many others. In 1969, he sold more records than the Beatles and began a three year run hosting his own TV variety series. Despite all of his musical success, he can neither read nor write music. Who is this talented recording artist?

A: Glen Campbell!

We had a LOT of response to this one. The first correct response was given by Chris Cowan. However, Chris has won in this series before, so he receives the kudos but the grand prize of a free copy of Guitar and Drum Trainer goes to our second correct responder, JH Fleming from SurfLounge.com. Congratulations!

Honorable Mention goes out to Michael Masse, Brian Stephens from the Music Pro Show, Derek K. Miller from Inside Home Recording, Jonathan Diener, Mark Rufino, Dan Lueders, Andy Bullock, Wade Hundley, Rick Jones and Dave King!

See you next week!

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