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Join us Tuesday night June 24, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we invite Bruce and John Rutkowski, makers of the Wildtronics parabolic equipment, to the show! Wildtronics engineers, manufactures, and sells professional audio equipment at affordable prices. The Wildtronics Parabolic Microphones are the best in the world, yet cost ½ to ¼ as much as competing units. They started selling their innovative parabolic microphones in late 2013, and they are now being used by professionals and enthusiasts all around the world, from the jungles to the Arctic tundra. They offer four parabolic microphone models, from mono, mono-stereo, and amplified models of each. The amplified models give great versatility with headphone/line, 3.5mm mic, and XLR outputs to easily connect to any audio or video recording device. All the models have their exceptionally low noise microphones that allow sounds to appear 10-20X closer than a regular microphone. Visit their website for more information, technical articles, and audio samples, www.wildtronics.com
My guest this Thursday, July 26th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is David LaPlantz (aka D. D. Deco), an active, producing jeweler and metalsmith. He flirts back and forth between jewelry and social commentary sculpture.
About: David LaPlantz is included in Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in the West and was named Humboldt State University’s “Outstanding Professor” in 1981. He received a Fulbright Grant in 1985 to travel throughout New Zealand to conduct master jewelry workshops, and received the Humboldt State University “Scholar of the Year” Award in 1994.
From 1967 through 2002, LaPlantz led an energetic dual life as both a full time jewelry and metalsmithing teacher and full time studio artist. Balancing his precious time between the two, he carved out a career comprised of imparting knowledge and creating art jewelry and sculpture, while trying to retain his sanity. LaPlantz is currently a full time studio artist living on the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
LaPlantz has always been an active, productive jeweler and metalsmith. His most recent jewelry involves the use of Vegetable Ivory (tagua nut) and /or industrially painted aluminum, which he engraves, stacks and cold connects together. LaPlantz’s sculptural pieces visually explore more political and philosophical topics such as blacklisting in the entertainment industry, payola scandals in the music industry and in radio, along with the “spoken word” as demonstrated in his ‘Art Microphones.’
For more information, visit http://laplantzstudios.com/.
Joy J, (born Joy Johnson) is not your ordinary teenage girl. For one, her personality is unlike any other, her heart is as pure as gold, and her voice is well beyond her years. Like most little girls, Joy always carried around a hairbrush or hair roller in her hand, but she used it for more than just doing her hair; she used those items as microphones. She loved to sing for family, friends, and commanded an audience with poise. Her singing journey began in her hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana at the tender age of 4, when she sang her first solo at church. God’s anointing on her at that young age blew everyone away and there wasn't a doubt that she would go on to do great things for God's Kingdom. Fast forward to today, Joy is more focus than ever, and is ready to spread her gift to the world. She is a multitalented “Triple Threat”, adding dancing and acting to her anointing.
Under the musical guidance of her producer DeShawn “Big D” Hendrickson, they have developed a sound that is sure to catch your attention. Big D, and D’NAJE Entertainment fully endorses Joy J as its first gospel artist under the D'NAJE Gospel division.
Her Support system comes from her Christian home, where her father continues to teach her the principles of living a holy lifestyle before God. She credits her mother for being the one who gave her the inspiration to sing for the Lord, and to put him first in all things she does. Watching her mother sing gospel has groomed her as a gospel singer herself. Now because of her personal relationship with her savior, Jesus Christ, it has brought her mind-set to another level.
Ladies and Gentlemen......INTRODUCING ...... Joy J .....All Day!!!!!
Co-Host and Founders, Jacqueline and Dave are back. We've got several updates and announcements. We are catching up with previous guest and colleagues to find out what's news and what you missed during our hiatus. We want to talk about job trends, IT, Healthcare IT, Technology, Entreprenuership (including Techprenuership), Minorities doing big things in the IT sector (including many of our affiliate organizations like BDPA, Blacks in IT), check in on our college affiliates (DeVry, Morehouse, & Clemson), we've got updates, some new success stories and in general we have some topics to stir things up.
We'll update you on new programs, contest/competitions and live appearances coming up.
Join Us and don't just be a listener ...eXpressO yourself - we are opening up our microphones and want you to just call and Welcome Us Back! We can't wait to talk to our listeners.
Thanks for your patience and your support!
Here's your chance to be heard and get national exposure.
WE ARE LAUNCHING OUR "TALK TALENT SEARCH" for Thought Leaders, Foward Thinkers and Communicators. You may be chosen to me mentored, coached and be a guest or guest host a show with Dave and Jacqueline. Deadline to enter is July 1, 2014.
Submit your name, today. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TalkTalentSearch14
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LIVE HARDCORE R&R / Brought my BR1600 and 2 microphones...Recorded my Son Joel's Band...Iron Chin...AWESOME GROUP! Joel pasq. (lefty-guitar) Joel P. (righty-guitar) Doug A. (Bass and Vocals) Dan C. (Drums)..ALL DID VOCALS. May 2, 2014...Recorded by CHAZMATAZ STUDION (ON-THE-GO) Dover, New Hampshire
The Friday morning, May 9, 2014, “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. EDT with Rising Media Group editor and distinguished guest Dan Murphy. He attends the microphones to discuss concerns that impact Weestchester County, with respect to hyperlocal concerns. The second hour be an oversight of international concerns. Your host today is Hezi Aris. Share your perspective by calling (347) 205-9201– you are only asked to please stay on topic. If you use Skype: call “eHezi18″ during the “live” broadcast, or listen on demand.
KSBX: Radio Soapbox S2 E6
Valentine's Poetry & Spoken Word
with Special Guests M. Tease, Sean Hill, & Chelsea Cohen
Join Host, Jason Brain, and the Soapbox Danger Team for Radio Soapbox; our weekly BlogTalkRadio program where creative arts and conversation connect. We’ll be coming to you LIVE from the Elbow Room (Encino, CA) and would love to see you there for the live broadcast.
ALSO, come to the Elbow Room and share a poem or two to our worldwide audience. We'll have the microphones hot and all we'll need is you and your sweet poetics. And if you can't make it in person, you can always call in.
Join us every Monday night, 8pm for KSBX Radio Soapbox, brought to you by Soapbox International / Call In # (805) 727-7108
P.S. Submit your music and poetry (in mp3 form) to firstname.lastname@example.org to possibly hear yourself on the KSBX airwaves!
Two of my students wanted to do a improv Guitar Jam while at the same time trying out the mixer , and microphones they set up. So in the name of alternative education testing we are going jam on blogtalkradio. Hope to have some fun Lessons learned (1) turn OFF control room EFTX switch [push button down] (2) turn down gain/volume knob of control room EFTX knob should prevent sounding like being a barrell
We want to welcome you another show. Tonight we do not have any start up music, because we want to get you right into our show. As always we open up the microphones at the end of the show for those that may have any comments or questions. Wild Bill has been teaching on faith in his adult sunday school class for several weeks now. He has been troubled in his spirit by some of the changes he has noticed in the application of faith in this day and time that we live in.
NO CALLERS THIS IS A RE-BROADCAST Chris Schauble is the co-anchor of KTLA 5 Morning News from 4:30 am to 7:00 am on weekdays. He’s passionate about his work, family, and fitness. During his 10 years working in Los Angeles, Chris has earned multiple awards including an Emmy and five Golden Microphones. In 2007, he was also named to the San Fernando Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list. Schauble is a marathoner and triathlete, having competed in two Ironman competitions includin
On this final weekly episode for the concluding year of 2013, we bring you the major stories for week #4 of December 2013. Such headlines as COMPUTERIZING PEOPLE with Google calling for MICROPHONES IN EVERY HOME and MICROCHIPS IN EVERY HEAD! Also Google becomes the BIGDOG OF ROBOTICS companies, now owning Petman and Atlas, among many other futuristic robots in their ROBO-GOOGLE arsenal of GOOGLE DROIDS. Will a BAD GOOGLE MARK be what ushers in the MARK OF THE BEAST? Will it come with the O
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