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Join our round table discussion on how we can slow down this deadly practice.
Today whales and dolphins are in peril and are stranding on our beaches more than ever before. Dolphin Talk Radio will be interviewing experts and activists in the field trying to spread awareness of the ever increasing man made sounds affecting cetaceans. Seismic testing in search of oil and gas is on the rise. Simultaneously the global military and naval training operations are increasing the use of underwater acoustic devices such as sonar and underwater charges.
In every instance permits are needed for both the energy industry and the military to carry out their projects and war games.
You can visit NOAA and check the permit that are listed as open: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/permits/incidental/
I HIGHLIGHT someof the tools and services I use for my business. Jango is a great way to get your music heard on intrenet radio. Musicsubmit helps you submit your music to radio stations. Bandzoogle is a great place for your bands website. Sonar is music production software for recording your music.
Want to get the most out of your sonar charts? We'll explain how...it's easy !
Overcoming many struggles in her life with perseverance, sheer bloody mindedness, strokes of wild luck, and large doses of help from above, Deb Rowely works from Auckland New Zealand. Her clients say she brings magic and miracles to people.
Deb works with sonar to detect imbalances of energy. In this show she shares how she furnishes the heart with art work and will share with us how we can do this for ourselves.
Deb brings, clarity, wellness balance and peace to her clients with her work, using intuitive art and colour to illuminate the shadows in their life. Discover for yourself the simple powers of colour and design, not for art but for the art of life.
Deb reveals a new way of being, and invokes your healing, your potential and a set of new eyes for you to see the magical world within and around us.
You can learn more about Deb at www.debx.co.nz
Elusive in the Scottish Highlands for centuries, the world has only learned of it in 1933. To this day, the Loch Ness monster remains as a mysterious cryptid, a creature whose existence has been suggested but has not been discovered or documented by the scientific community. It is reputedly a large unknown animal that inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It is similar to other supposed lake monsters in Scotland and elsewhere, though its description varies from one account to the next. Popular interest and belief in the animal's existence has varied. Evidence of its existence is anecdotal, with minimal and much-disputed photographic material and sonar readings.
Tune in this Sunday when Len Miller and JC Rositas bring the monster out from the depths of the Scottish lakes and into your home!
Tune in to Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio Sunday's at 9/8c, ONLY on The Random Frequency Network, We are YOUR soapbox!
Today I have the honor of hosting Chris Rubalcaba and his partner Eli as they open their newest venture
"The Beer Show Podcast" combining their knowledge of beers with news, entertainment, music, sports and other Tom Foolery. I found the idea interesting. Chris being one my Eagle Scouts and with his producing experience with Cliche films, I thought why not? Eli Ochoa, STS3 spent five years proudly serving our country as a Sonar Tech aboard the USS Nebraska SSBN-739 in Bangor, Washington.
After the show I will be interviewed on Chris and Eli' s Beer Show Podcast.
This should be fun.
William Michael Donato is an American archaeologist who holds an MA in anthropology and is a regular contributor to the Ancient American and Atlantis Rising magazines and is an advocate of a Bimini location for Atlantis. He was the founder of The Atlantis Organisation (TAO) whose work is now continued by the Apex Institute, which was established in 2001 to investigate sites in the Bahamas and other places around the world that might provide evidence of ancient advanced civilizations. Donato’s Master’s Thesis was entitled A Re-examination of the Atlantis Theory. Donato was a member of the 2005 team of researchers who claim to have found definitive evidence of two submerged ancient harbours off Bimini.
William Michael Donato has been featured on the SciFi Channel’s special called “Quest for Atlantis: Startling New Secrets” and he’s one of a growing number of archaeologists, anthropologists and other scientists who have broken with “mainstream” academia regarding the true nature of megalithic structures in the Caribbean.
Bill has been a speaker and often-quoted expert on Bimini Road and Atlantis theories for more than thirty years and he’s made a significant number of trips to the area to examine the evidence first-hand. His research has made extensive use of scuba dives, side-scan sonar, underwater video cameras and submarines to confirm his belief that the feature commonly know as “Bimini Road” is, in fact, a man-made breakwater built to protect an ancient harbor.
For additional information and photos from Bill Donato, please go to the Facebook page here;
Nancy Pyne of Oceana.org will be joining us for this week's show!
She will be talking about offshore drilling and the current proposal to allow seismic airgun testing in the Atlantic Ocean, Climate Change and its continuing impact on the oceans, grassroots organizing and building the movement and her experience in environmental advocacy and activism.
DON'T MISS THIS SHOW and remember, IT'S JUST A CONVERSATION! This is a LIVE BROADCAST, so feel free to call in to ask questions or comment.
You can find complete show descriptions, a list of our sponsors, links to our social networks, ways to contact us and archives to all of our shows at WISE WOMEN MEDIA.
Today we are going to speak with Michael Jasny Director of the Marine Mammal Protection Project and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). He is a leading expert in the law and policy of ocean noise pollution, and has worked domestically and internationally for more than ten years through high-profile litigation, lobbying, science-based policy development, and public advocacy to improve regulation of this emergent global problem. Michael is also engaged in securing protection for endangered marine mammal populations and critical habitat, opposing development projects that threaten marine mammals off the U.S. and Canada, and improving management of fisheries, whale-watching, and other sectors under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the nation’s leading instrument for the conservation of these species. Michael is the author of several NRDC reports and author or co-author of various publications in legal, policy, and scientific journals. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale College and J.D. from Harvard Law School.
Tonight's Topic: "The Tools and Toys Used In Music Production!"
Show Date: 3/24/2014
Show Times: 8pm Est| 7pm Cst| 6pm Mst| 5pm Pst
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Image Line Fl Studio, Cakewalk Sonar, Propellerhead Software Reason, Steinberg Cubase, Ableton live, Avid Pro Tools, Apple Logic Pro, GarageBand Pro and etc...are all example of (DAW) Digital Audio Workstations. These (DAW's) are the tool and toys that producers use to creat music. If you were to ask an array of producers which is the best you will absolutely get an array of answers Some would say Fl Studio is good for quick use .. getting ideas out as fast as possible .. creative flow work while others might say it is not the Industry choice software. Others may say the Pro Tools is by far the best recording software and another may say Logic is best. One thing for sure if you are thinking about becoming a producer tonight is a great night to gather an Idea of what might be best for you.
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As author of the Academy Award nominated film Star Wars Espisode 1: The Phantom Menace, Terry Brooks is considered to be the second -biggest selling living fantasy writer, behind J.K. Rowling.
Terry Brooks is the first author to make the New York Times Best Seller list in the fantasy writing genre. Now with over 23 New York Times bestsellers, movie deals and busier than ever, Terry finds time to give back to his adopted hometown of Seattle, Washington and new writers struggling to find their own voice. In fact, he wrote a the book "Sometimes the Magic Works" to help people try to write better. Terry also answers writer questions and gives an overview of the different avenues a writer can take to become a published author.
An original "nice guy" I talk to Terry about his writing, art, Seattle and his passion for compassion!
Terry has been writing since high school but during one semester early in his college years he ws given The Lord of the Rings to read. That moment changed his life forever, because in Tolkien's great work he found all the elements needed to fully explore his writing combined in one genre.
The Sword of Shannara was born! It became the first work of fiction ever to appear on the New York Times trade paperback bestseller list, where it remained for over five months.
Hollywood has been interested in Terry's work for a long time. He has sold rights to various studios over the years but nothing has been greenlit into production. Currently, Warner Bros. hold the rights to the Landover books with Steve Carell attached to play Ben Holiday.
The Elfstones of Shannara is being looked at for a television series ala Game of Thrones. Sonar Entertainment has acquired the rights to Shannara.