Category Archives for "Inner Circle Podcast"

Mastering Engineer Katie Tavini, Mainstream Not What It Used To Be, And Ultimate Dad Rock On My Latest Podcast

Katie Tavini - Episode 525

The latest episode of my Inner Circle Podcast features 5 time MPG mastering engineer of the year Katie Tavini, who’s work includes Rudimental, Bloc Party, Ash, We Are Scientists, Nadine Shah, Arlo Parks, Los Bitchos and many more. Katie is also a founding member of Weird Jungle, a collective of independent mastering engineers in the […]

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Guitarist Erik Himel, Kids Not Playing Music, And AI Headphones Cocktail Party Effect On My Latest Podcast

Erick Himel - Episode 524

The latest episode of my Inner Circle Podcast features Erik Himel, who expanded his touring guitar career into hosting the hottest jam night in Hollywood, to producing a Las Vegas show, to custom music programming for private and corporate events. During the interview we talked about playing music with lyrics you can’t understand, the hack […]

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Entertainment Attorneys Brianna Schwartz and Alexis Schreiber On My Latest Podcast

Music attorneys Brianna Schwartz and Alexis Schreiber - Episode 522

My guests on my latest podcast episode are Brianna Schwartz and Alexis Schreiber, the dynamic duo behind Schwartz & Schreiber, PLLC. Their innovative approach to entertainment law sets them apart, as they aim to provide a true end-to-end partnership with their clients, becoming a member of their team rather than just a passive or reactive […]

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Award-Winning Composer/Technologist Shelly Palmer, And Misleading Music Revenue Numbers On My Latest Podcast

Shelly Palmer 514

On my latest podcast episode: By the way, I learned a lot about AI from Shelly’s free Metacademy, which is something that you should check out. Listen to it at BobbyOInnerCircle.com, or on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Mixcloud, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer, TunIn Radio, and RadioPublic. Enjoy the show!

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The Streaming Purge Has Started As Deezer Deletes 26 Million “Useless” Tracks

Deezer deletes useless tracks

Streaming companies have been threatening this for a while, but it’s finally come to pass. Deezer has recently purged 26 million of what it terms as “useless” audio tracks from its service. While “useless” may seem a bit harsh, most of the tracks that the company deleted probably deserved it, since ultimately it has led […]

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