If there are any Thrill Seekers here who also happen to be RECaf users: I have a thing for you (waiting for approval now) to fix that annoying crashing on launch. Get in touch if you want to join my TestFlight.
This week’s track comes from The Great White North. (As so much great music tends to.)
The Weekly Listen: “Miracle - Run the Red Light 🎵🎙 theweeklylisten.com” www.theweeklylisten.com/2019/06/2…
If Aliens were to reach Earth, then watch this video, they’d keep flying and make a note to come back after we’ve had more time to evolve: www.youtube.com/watch
Today on @theWeeklyListen, I dive into Esperanza’s Spalding’s Radio Song. Mixing it up with a little prog-funk-jazz today. Hope you all enjoy.
This week on @theWeeklyListen, I talk about The Dear Hunter, with a favorite track of mine, The Old Haunt.
I’d love to hear what people think of the song.
Notes on the workflow for @theweeklylisten: Recorded with iPhone using Shure MV88. Edited in Ferrite on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. Show notes composed in Drafts. Published with Wavelength. No Mac involved. Micro.blog handles all hosting and publishing to the feed. Super simple. This has to be the easiest way to get a podcast going. Thanks to @manton on making this all just work.
All the pieces finally came together for my microcast. Special thanks to @apulianas for helping me with the concept.
It’s called the Weekly Listen. Every week, I’ll talk about a track I’m listening to from my music library. Links will be in the show notes to Spotify and Apple Music so you can check out the music for yourself. Then, we can discuss here on micro.blog.
Subscribe in iTunes or your podcatcher of choice, and follow @theweeklylisten.
The first episode talks about one of my all-time favorites: East Coast Raser, by Big Big Train.
The Weekly Listen: “East Coast Racer - Big Big Train 🎵🎙 theweeklylisten.com”
I am really enjoying editing audio on the iPad Pro with Apple Pencil and Ferrite. People who think a touch-based OS is not suited for professional tasks baffle me. Sure, not all professions lend themselves to touch, but creative work? It’s a no-brainer.