Project Studio Network Recording Podcast

Project Studio Network Recording Podcast

Published by: Allen Wagner & Michael Bolan
105 Episodes | First Released: Jan 9 '06
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nikkystyx
Nov 9 '17
Rating:   8
Good show for beginning mixers

The show is a little too scripted and “sports talk “like for a musician podcast, in my opinion. However, the purpose of the podcast is to help musicians in the studio, which it certainly does. Fun, and informative.

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Ren-Doof
Jan 9 '13
Rating:   10
Great show - sad it's gone

I loved listening to this show. The advice was top notch, the hosts had an easy going style, and they were likable. It would be awesome if one day I opened up iTunes and there was a brand new cast from Big Al and Mike. Not sure how evergreen the content is, since recording technology is always changing, but their advice on recording is timeless.

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stonerfluid
Sep 15 '09
Rating:   10
PSN is sadly missed.

Great show. Too bad they burned out.

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KWNY
Jan 21 '09
Rating:   10
What Happened To This Podcast???

Hey PSN hosts, i thought your podcast was great. You just fell off the radar/map though. Maybe 2009 will be a good year to start up again. I hope so, there's probably alot of fans who would love to see it!

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dvnation
Aug 26 '08
Rating:   4
Robotic, Lifeless, Script-Driven Podcast

The content is ok, but the presentation is mechanical and stiff - these guys are clearly reading off a script and they are trying to make it sound like they're not, and as a result, they sound like really bad actors. The flow of their speech is robotic and unnatural. I've tried, but I just can't get over it. It's fine to read off a news story, but pre-writing your "impromptu" reactions and reading them back (and sometimes you trip over your own words while you read) while sounding like a B-movie actor is seriously un-professional. Please take some serious lessons from Leo Laporte.

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Randym0n
Jun 1 '08
Rating:   10
These guys deliver the goods

Mike & Al both have experience with project studios and that shows in the quality of the information. They also have the contacts to get great guests. If you are an audio do-it-yourselfer this is a podcast you must hear.

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skootz
Mar 30 '08
Rating:   10
The best

This is by FAR the best podcast on the subject. Great reviews, interviews, learning segments. And most importantly, THEY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT!!! Subscribe...and learn.

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PaulandCJ
Jan 23 '08
Rating:   10
Great show for home studios!

I've enjoyed this show since Episode 1. Great source of latest news for product releases and updates, plus great features like mic shootouts, product reviews and more. Great information all around!

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DowntownLeroyBrown
Mar 20 '07
Rating:   10
A must listen for audio enthusiasts and pros!

Love the show! I find myself constantly hitting refresh on Mondays anticipating the latest edition. :)

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jon_atlanta
Nov 7 '06
Rating:   10
The crème de la crème of musician-oriented podcasts.

Big Al and Mike serve up the crème de la crème with a tasty offering of recording tips, gear reviews, expert advice, celebrity interviews and intriguing trivia. They inform and entertain, and are great company for long trips. Download all the back episodes, you'll find useful info in each. And you'll love the Stupid Button!

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