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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #50 on: August 07, 2007, 10:39:16 AM »
Astig siya. Kakabitin yung interview with Rivermaya.

Nabitin din ako sa section ni Jobet. Sana may sound samples a-la tone party! :)

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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #51 on: August 07, 2007, 10:41:24 AM »
yea! those skeptics from JP forums should get to listen to this.


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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #52 on: August 07, 2007, 10:47:58 AM »
Just finished listening to it. Cool!  :-D You're a genius sir BAMF! Nakakabitin nga yung Rivermaya interview...  :-(  Looking forward to the next Podcast. More power! Philmusic rocks!  :-D

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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #53 on: August 07, 2007, 10:48:14 AM »

Nabitin din ako sa section ni Jobet. Sana may sound samples a-la tone party! :)


That'll come out in part 2 of the interview. We just need a 'virgin' guitar to try it on... Might have to use my kid's Squire Strat. (Time to fire up that GT-2 again...  :-D )
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« Reply #54 on: August 07, 2007, 11:14:45 AM »
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« Reply #55 on: August 07, 2007, 11:26:11 AM »
I can see it now... in the future, there'll be a gearhead podcast, complete with a tone party.
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« Reply #56 on: August 07, 2007, 02:04:55 PM »
nice! Good job on the first podcast! Keep em coming!
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« Reply #57 on: August 07, 2007, 03:10:07 PM »
listened to it na rin.  ayos, congrats!  sa wakas na-devirginize nyo na ang podcasting. :-D

ok lang yung maya interview, may part 2 pa yun eh.  pero i felt bitin dun nga sa scalarizer topic.  a podcast would have been a cool opportunity to stick in high-quality before/after scalarizer audioclips.  better than what most of us hacks can do w/ soundclick, etc.

feedback ko lang din kay jim/chette and future interviewers:  make it more fun, makulit, and informal sana.  i tend to listen more when i know how unpredictable things can become.  i suppose talking more in tagalog/taglish wouldn't be so bad?  makes things more "downhome" in this high-tech medium.

again, congrats and great job guys.  maybe you guys can interview Binky and Perf next few weeks and air it sometime soon. ;-)
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« Reply #58 on: August 07, 2007, 06:21:52 PM »
listeniung to it now. quite good.
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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #59 on: August 07, 2007, 06:35:54 PM »
yeah good job!

im impressed with the sound quality

nice one kitc and bamf!

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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #60 on: August 07, 2007, 06:53:09 PM »
Well good news for BAMF, a friend of mine, Chin Wong, covers technology for the Manila Standard. He downloaded the podcast and learned about Jobet's invention for the first time, and he's going to contact Bamf to do a story on it for print. So that's one positive thing, hehehe

The other positive thing is the Podcasting project provided me with a crash course in audio editing software. We started off recording clips in Audacity but after running into its limitations, I did a quick overview of other editors and ended up with Cool Edit Pro 2.0 for recording and mixdown to 64kbps mono mp3. Yes, this dates back to 2003 and no longer exists (the company was bought by Adobe and they rechristened it as Adobe Audition), but I found myself very comfortable with it. So it does the job, and that's what counts innit?

Maybe I'll move to another software package for succeeding podcasts, and I will have to hang out in this forum and ask you guys questions. I have questions regarding doing live mixing - riding faders as you would a real mixer, pwede ba dito? And I still need to learn optimum compression/limiting for a radio talk show style recording (which is what a podcast essentially is).

I think I may move to Adobe Audition 2.0 eventually, and that's only because it's what my idol Leo Laporte uses for all his podcasts (he does 10 podcasts a week!)

Also had to compose a theme on the spot using royalty free loops, after Chette warned me we might be sued for using a jazz track from Buhay without their permission. The result was "PM Funk", the wah-wah guitar theme that opens and closes the show. A cut and paste affair, but it's original, and it will have to do for now :)

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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #61 on: August 07, 2007, 07:04:01 PM »
CEP 2.0 is quite capable and practically perfect for audio post production. I use Wavelab myself but versions after Wavelab 5 started using a dongle, which is one thing I would like to avoid. Still can't beat Wavelab's fx handling and montage feature, though.

Congrats, Bamf! Imagine that? I think we should send Jim the raw files (but at 16 mins, it's gonna be a rather large file). Hmmm... on second though, I think we should compile the outtakes na lang.  :lol: :lol:
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« Reply #62 on: August 07, 2007, 09:05:16 PM »
where's the next episode?
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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #63 on: August 07, 2007, 10:17:20 PM »
As a radioman, there are only a few things that I would like to comment on.  1)  Would be nice if each person being interviewed uses a mic of his own so that there will be no problems with levels.  2)  Use compression so everything is loud.  3)  Tighten the editing so that it will be more interesting and the pace will be faster and nicer.  4)  Taglish and informality would be fun.  5)  Have some form of an outline and well prepared questionaire for the interviewers to ask the interviewees so there is direction in the discussion; however, let the repartee free flowing so that things are more natural.  6)  Add a little bit of high frequency, about 6 to 8 k for better speech intelligibility.  Sorry, lumalabas ang pagka-Program Director ko sa radyo.

Yun lang.  Aside from that, it was a very good first episode.  I know the next ones will be improved further as you get the hang of it and more fun.  Big congrats Jim and Chette and the rest of the Philmusic guys who contributed to this first venture.  Very nice.

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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #64 on: August 07, 2007, 11:43:56 PM »
CEP 2.0 is quite capable and practically perfect for audio post production. I use Wavelab myself but versions after Wavelab 5 started using a dongle, which is one thing I would like to avoid. Still can't beat Wavelab's fx handling and montage feature, though.

Congrats, Bamf! Imagine that? I think we should send Jim the raw files (but at 16 mins, it's gonna be a rather large file). Hmmm... on second though, I think we should compile the outtakes na lang.  :lol: :lol:

Yep. Steinberg has been sticking with the dongle thing for quite some time now and it doesnt look like they are going to quit doing that. I am just glad that I am able to put all my Steiny product keys in one dongle and forget about it. I would hate to have dongles take up all my USB ports.
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« Reply #65 on: August 09, 2007, 07:18:09 AM »
hey, just wanted to send my congratulations to jim and chette too.:-)
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« Reply #66 on: August 09, 2007, 11:05:18 PM »
As a radioman, there are only a few things that I would like to comment on.

Well, we had it coming! The comment from The Man ;)

About the editing: I admit we wanted one of these pros to edit the raw files. (We were just to shy to ask anyone.) I love your tips, though. I already have this long text file of KitC's advice & answers to all my questions, & really great to add more to this list.

(Regarding the Taglish: We tried. Or rather, Jim & Fran did. You should hear the two of them speak in Tagalog. Horrors of horrors.)

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« Reply #67 on: August 10, 2007, 01:33:35 AM »
About the "formality" - well yes it's true that I was wearing my Barong Tagalog at the time....

Seriously, I swear I was informal! I talk that way all the time!  Nervous as hell yes, so that helped.  :wink:

By the way, an announcement: The PhilMusic Podcast is now available on iTunes. Just log into the iTunes music store and search for "PhilMusic" and it'll turn up.  You can download it for free or subscribe to the feed through iTunes . I guess this is the most convenient method for iPod users.

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« Reply #68 on: August 10, 2007, 01:37:41 AM »

By the way, an announcement: The PhilMusic Podcast is now available on iTunes. Just log into the iTunes music store and search for "PhilMusic" and it'll turn up.  You can download it for free or subscribe to the feed through iTunes . I guess this is the most convenient method for iPod users.


i was waiting for this. :-)

thanks sir jim!

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« Reply #69 on: August 10, 2007, 12:06:38 PM »
great work, Jim. I am already looking forward to the next podcast.
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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #70 on: August 12, 2007, 03:23:23 AM »
ayos.. big boost for the site.. nakakabitin nga lang yung maya interview.. sana rico blanco's side of the story naman sa next episode.. that's something to look forward to.. :-D
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Re: The PhilMusic Podcast - featuring KitC and BAMF!
« Reply #71 on: August 12, 2007, 04:31:51 PM »
As a radioman, there are only a few things that I would like to comment on.

Well, we had it coming!

(Regarding the Taglish: We tried. Or rather, Jim & Fran did. You should hear the two of them speak in Tagalog. Horrors of horrors.)

Sorry about my comments.  As I mentioned previously, everything was okay.  Again congratulations to you guys.

Jim talking in tagalog, balu-baluktot?  That will be fun! he, he....

Good work, guys.
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Re: Download the PhilMusic Podcast's first episode!
« Reply #72 on: August 13, 2007, 04:40:33 PM »
awesome podcast :) congrats sir jim. :)

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The PhilMusic Podcast Episode #2 is out!
« Reply #73 on: August 23, 2007, 09:08:10 PM »
The PhilMusic Podcast Episode #2 is out!

Now available as a free download at http://philmusic.com/main/content/view/149/35/

Also available through our Feedburner link: http://feeds.feedburner.com/PhilmusicPodcast

And we're listed under the podcasts section of the iTunes music store. Just enter the store and search for "PhilMusic"

Show notes:

Hosts Jim Ayson and Chette Soriano of PhilMusic.com present their second episode of the PhilMusic Podcast.

This show's segments:

Karin Araneta guests in Artist Management 101, which shows our listeners what goes on behind the scenes in the life of a talent manager. Karin's management resume includes Brix Ferraris, Eraserheads, Sandwich, Mojofly, and Guji Lorenzana.

Francesca of Monster Radio RX 93.1 co-interviews Rivermaya, as we resume our talk with Mark Escueta, Mike Elgar, and Japs Sergio. This time around, the band talks about how they had their hopes for the biggest contract in their career (an international contract from Warner Music) flushed down the tubes by you-know-who.  But they also expressed hope for a bright new chapter in their lives as they solidier on, audition new members, and release a new EP this week, and a new album by the end of the year. A PhilMusic exclusive! You'll never find a more in-depth interview in print and online that chronicles the band's challenges as they face down the departure of their former vocalist.

Finally, feedback from the last episode, featuring letters from bluesman Delta Slim and radio broadcasting guru Mike Pedero of NU107 and Tracks Studios.

Suggestions for new episodes are welcome! Please send these to philmusic+podcast @ gmail.com
Check out the PhilMusic Facebook Page! "Like" us now!

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« Reply #74 on: August 24, 2007, 12:04:17 PM »
The PhilMusic Podcast Episode #2 is out!

Now available as a free download at http://philmusic.com/main/content/view/149/35/

Also available through our Feedburner link: http://feeds.feedburner.com/PhilmusicPodcast

And we're listed under the podcasts section of the iTunes music store. Just enter the store and search for "PhilMusic"

Show notes:

Hosts Jim Ayson and Chette Soriano of PhilMusic.com present their second episode of the PhilMusic Podcast.

This show's segments:

Karin Araneta guests in Artist Management 101, which shows our listeners what goes on behind the scenes in the life of a talent manager. Karin's management resume includes Brix Ferraris, Eraserheads, Sandwich, Mojofly, and Guji Lorenzana.

Francesca of Monster Radio RX 93.1 co-interviews Rivermaya, as we resume our talk with Mark Escueta, Mike Elgar, and Japs Sergio. This time around, the band talks about how they had their hopes for the biggest contract in their career (an international contract from Warner Music) flushed down the tubes by you-know-who.  But they also expressed hope for a bright new chapter in their lives as they solidier on, audition new members, and release a new EP this week, and a new album by the end of the year. A PhilMusic exclusive! You'll never find a more in-depth interview in print and online that chronicles the band's challenges as they face down the departure of their former vocalist.

Finally, feedback from the last episode, featuring letters from bluesman Delta Slim and radio broadcasting guru Mike Pedero of NU107 and Tracks Studios.

Suggestions for new episodes are welcome! Please send these to philmusic+podcast @ gmail.com


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