Monday, January 29, 2007

muzikDEN - Episode 4

In the fourth episode of muzikDEN: Brian Bourne shows us the "stringiest" instrument in the West - the Chapman Stick; we give you some tips on Surround Sound Music Listening; Terry Pulliam and Mark Dolmont provide us with the first in a series of drum recording segments; we talk to the Gordon Lapp about what Music Industry Associations can do for you; and guest host Chris Campbell tells us about eMusic! muzikDEN.com - a commandN Inc. Production

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1/29/2007 08:04:00 PM  

4 Comments:

Blogger JoeM said...

Another great episode!

I loved the segment on the Chapman Stick! You have to give a shout out to the guy who introduced the Stick to a lot of players: Mr. Tony Levin, with his work with Peter Gabriel and King Crimson. I'm a big Tony Levin fan, and thus, a big Stick fan!

January 30, 2007 11:01 PM  
Blogger Jeff MacArthur said...

Hi Joem,

I didn't realize that Tony Levin played with King Crimson - very cool! Thanks for the tip and thanks for watching.

Jeff

February 01, 2007 2:42 PM  
Blogger JoeM said...

Tony Levin has played with King Crimson on and off since 1981's Discipline album. He kicks off the album with a great Stick groove on "Elephant Talk."

February 03, 2007 10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeff,

I recently discovered the show and just finished watching all episodes.
In my opinion, this podcast/webcast is exceptional. I've been a musician (drummers are musicians, right? ;) ) for 25 years and have not, until now, seen a music show that does a great job of representing the range of the music experience (e.g., artistry, production, consumers) like yours.

Please keep the episodes coming! I'm sorry that it took me so long to find this gem.

Bill

April 22, 2007 3:32 AM  

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