1 Adobe Audition Podcast: Season One Finale2018-11-15 14:21:31
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2 Naomi Mercer McKell: Facebook Name Pronunciation, Marathon Voice Recordings, and Savvy Audio Software2018-10-23 07:00:32
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3 Macha Gruber: Professional Demo Producer, Voiceover Talent, and Radio Imaging Producer2018-10-16 11:00:22
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4 Philip Chryssikos: Audio Cassette Tapes, News Bulletins, and Letting Audio Breathe2018-10-09 07:00:25
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5 Suzanne Wynn: Discovering Radio, Being a Female Audio Producer, and Starting a VO Journey2018-10-02 07:00:24
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6 David Johnston: Cool Edit Pro, Machine Learning, and Future Audio Technologies2018-09-25 07:00:11
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7 Matt Stegner: Creative Audio Solutions, Band Record Production, and Mastering the Technical Stuff2018-09-18 07:00:31
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8 Jesse Holt: Casino Audio, Virtual Reality and Spatializing Audio2018-09-11 07:00:52
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9 Cliff Ravenscraft: Podcasting, Business Coaching and Life Coaching2018-09-04 07:00:21
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10 Grant Cook: Creating Movie Voices, Pitch Bending and Changing Your Voice2018-08-28 07:00:26
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11 Charles Van Winkle: Audio Engineering, Audio Forensics and Optimum Audition Config2018-08-21 07:00:38
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12 Mike Murphy: Adobe Audition Shortcuts, Content Creation and Audio Gear2018-08-14 07:00:39
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13 Jamal Campbell: Channel 5 Milkshake!, Adobe Audition for TV and One Young Voice Podcast2018-08-07 07:00:09
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14 Brendan McDonald: WTF Podcast, Editing in Audition and Interviewing Obama2018-07-31 07:00:42
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15 Emma Houlton: Alexa Flash Briefings, Podcasting and Storytelling2018-07-24 07:00:54
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16 Frank Serafine: Motion Picture Sound Design, Synthesizers and Sound Effects2018-07-17 07:00:02
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17 Darrell Darnell: Podcast Production, Podcast Editing Workflows and Following Your Passion2018-07-10 07:00:06
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18 Rob Bee: How to Setup a Voiceover Studio, Sound Engineering Advice and Bee Productive2018-07-03 07:00:23
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Rob Bee: How to Setup a Voiceover Studio, Sound Engineering Advice and Bee Productive

Rob is a sound engineer with many years of professional experience behind him. He achieved a diploma in sound recording technology and techniques at Manchester’s School of Sound Recording in 2000. Following on from college Rob took a job working at one of the country’s leading voiceover production studios where he rose through the ranks to become their senior production engineer, responsible for quality controlling the studio’s output and training up junior engineers. Now he helps voiceovers to sound great by setting up their studio and equipment correctly for optimum sound. The post Rob Bee: How to Setup a Voiceover Studio, Sound Engineering Advice and Bee Productive appeared first on the Music Radio Creative.…read more

19 Karam Abdulkarem: Sound Engineer, Mixing Audio for TV and The Audio Show2018-06-26 07:00:23
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20 Pat Flynn: Smart Podcasting Workflows, Daily Motivation and Helping People2018-06-19 07:00:41
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