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Interview with Washington's DMV / Symfonyk Avenue featuring (Jazz R&B, Neo-Soul,) We will discuss the unit's Soundscape foundation for creating new sound in the 21st Century as a Live Band .Recording Experiences , Music Releases along with Obstacles of Live Music , Radio Airplay , and Music Selections......
Mr. Sylvester’s has worked on more than 95 films.He began his film career in 1990 as a sound assistant for the post production sound house SoundBusters. At that time, SoundBusters were fresh off their Oscar®™-winning soundscape for “Dances With Wolves.” As he gained more experience and developed greater sound editorial skills, his roles changed from assistant editor to dialogue editor, sound effects editor, foley editor and then Supervising Foley Editor and ADR Supervisor. Some of the films Don worked on during this time were nominated for the Motion Picture Sound Editor’s Guild’sGolden Reel Award: “Master And Commander” (2008), “X-2” (2003), “The Emperor’s New Groove” (2000) and “U-571” (2000), which also won the Oscar®™that year for Best Sound. Having supervised Foley or ADR on a number of films, Don’s responsibility expanded to include supervising all the sound for a motion picture (Supervising Sound Editor). His first credit in this role was the film “Doctor Dolittle 2” (2001). He has since supervised 19 films. As the Supervising Sound Editor, he has been nominated for the MPSE’s Golden Reel Award on two occasions: “Antwone Fisher” (2002) and “3:10 To Yuma” (2007). He won his first British Academy Award (BAFTA®™) for Best Sound in 2006 for “Walk The Line.” Don’s most recent project is “The Fault In Our Stars”, to be release this June by Twentieth Century Fox. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Dr. Carmaletta M. Williams, professor of English and African American studies at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan., author of Langston Hughes in the Classroom: “Do Nothin’ till You Hear from Me” and Of Two Spirits: American Indian and African American Oral Histories and Dr. John Edgar Tidwell, professor of English at the University of Kansas and author of Montage of a Dream: The Art and Life of Langston Hughes, After Winter: The Art and Life of Sterling A. Brown, and Writings of Frank Marshall Davis: A Voice of the Black Press, join us to talk about My Dear Boy, Carrie Hughes's Letters to Langston Hughes 1926-1938 http://news.ku.edu/2014/02/24/project-examines-how-letters-langston-hughes-mother-influenced-his-writings. We close the show with frequent guest Raissa Simpson, choreographer, master teacher and Artistic Director of PUSH Dance Company's premiere of "Point Shipyard," March 29-30, 2014 at MoAD-SF. She is joined by collaborators and performers: Katie Wong and Adriann Ramirez www.pushdance.org
Music: Dwight Tribble's "I've Known Rivers" (based on Langston Hughes's poem by same title); soundscape from PUSH Dance Company's collaboration with the 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic.
Chris Standring’s got a little piece of advice for fans checking out his latest – and for sure his funkiest ever – collection on Ultimate Vibe Recordings: don’t talk, Dance!
Continuing to find fresh, dynamic ways to break new ground in contemporary jazz 16 years after seducing us with his debut album Velvet, the versatile composer, guitarist and producer lets the groove – along with his loyal archtop Benedetto and Fender Stratocaster - do all the conversing on a set that bridges old school R&B/soul-jazz with a trippy, soundscape rich, ultra-contemporary electronica vibe. Taking yet another dramatic and spirited left turn four years after his critically acclaimed classical/jazz set Blue Bolero redefined his and the genre’s creative boundaries, the versatile guitarist and composer – amping up to 120 bpm on most cuts - goes deep with his love for Euro-styled drum/bass driven chill, progressive dance music, ambient trance, electronic dance music (EDM) and even dubstep.
Some exciting news for The Intended Life. We are expanding! This week on the show we'll be featuring Dr Dan and Jelanni from Psych Squared Studios to talk about the St. Louis music scene and their Intended Life. Dr Dan and Jelani form a duo known as the Psychedellic Psychonauts as well as live performances they do a radio program of their own, UNtwo every Thursday at 8pm, featuring various genres and highlighting music from the St. Louis area. Tomorrow, Sunday March 3rd at 10pm, we'll be unveiling a brand new show! HEAL Radio with Sista Chris! So be sure and check that out.
Lookin foward to more awesome audio in the future so keep your ears open and your eyes peeled.
In the past, casual music making was used to experience a sense of community and cultivate meaningful relationships.
Do you long for those meaningful moments in your life? Join us for an hour-long show where we discuss family music making from both the perspective of children and older adults! Two board certified music therapists will be our guests.
Rachelle Norman has been helping older adults live better lives through music for the last ten years. Rachelle is a board-certified music therapist and owner of Soundscape Music Therapy, a private practice serving older adults in Kansas City. Rachelle plays piano, guitar, and oboe, and loves having spontaneous dance parties with her husband and three-year-old daughter.
Carol Ann has been a board-certified music therapist for 18 years. In addition to her private practice in central New Jersey, Carol Ann is the manager of Special Needs Services and the director for the Music Together Within Therapy program for Music Together LLC in Princeton, NJ. Carol Ann is a doctoral candidate at Drexel University researching clinical decision-making in family music therapy.
Pete Kremer is joined by board certified music therapists; Andrew Knight and Noel Anderson will be your co-hosts. Andrew is a board certified music therapist and assistant professor at University of North Dakota where he teaches and conducts research on music therapy. He is a Music Together teacher and center director of Grand Cities Music Together. Noel Anderson, MT-BC, is a board certified music therapist, neurologic music therapist (NMT), certified teacher of music, and vocalist. Through her business, Anderson Music Therapy Services, she facilitates music therapy session with children through adults with various developmental and neurological disabilities.
oin Jewels as she talks withDon McCarty Owner/Developer of Code Dimensions. Don is a firm believer in the Law of Attraction and discovered powerful audio-technologies that he incorporated into his daily practice. These technologies are: Binaural Betas, Isochronic Tones, Solfeggio Frequencies & Subliminal Affirmations. These technologies and frequencies have been known since ancient times – and modern research has validated their effects as well. Since 2009 Don and his development team at Code Dimensions – have been developing: Mobile Apps, WebTools & Audio – Soundscapes using audio technologies. Don has created powerful High frequency sounds since our Pineal show and is calling it: Jewel of the Mind 936hz Pineal Gland Activating Theta, Audio Soundscape Meditations. Don is the PERFECT person to explain all of this to us how we can heal our Pineal Glands on a daily basis! Great Show! http://loaradionetwork.com/jewels.html
This season's Indigo Wisdom Radio show with Danielle Lovelight kicks off with a sonic boom! Our guest TORKOM JI is a live electronics musician and sound healer from Los Angeles. In this interview we will be discussing sound and vibration, as well as how sound affects the physiology. Following the tradition of Pythagoras and many other sound mystics, TORKOM has fused ethereal knowledge with synth techniques to produce a soundscape that can only be described as "transcendent". All sounds are tuned to 432 hz frequency which is the natural resonant tuning system of our body, and solar system.
We are all vibrational beings! As long as we have been alive, we have been using sound to heal our bodies, minds, and bring us closer to God. This presentation and sound experience will put one through the ultimate vibrational journey. Through the combination of knowledge and experience, this session will engage the mind and will leave one in a blissful healing state. TORKOM JI will be presenting at the upcoming COSMIC REUNION: TRINITY CONFERENCE at the Temple of Light in Irvine, CA on September 14th and 15th, 2013. Go to www.PortalToAscension.org to register today. This conversation will be a fun and interesting dialogue with Torkom in the light. Come join us this Tuesday July 23rd to share in the fun. Listen via Blogtalk, Itunes podcasts, phone or skype.
More info on our show guest Torkom Ji can be found at his website- http://www.alchemicalfusionofsacredsound.com
On today's episode of Mixed Race Radio we welcome Mantra-Pop Star, Robin Renee. Robin is the visionary behind Menage a Music and has found a creative way to fuse her writer/songwriter lyricism and contemporary East-meets-West spirituality.Her newest album, "This." features call-and-response chanting, soulful voices, and a rich soundscape of organic instrumentation blended seamlessly with light, heart-opening electronic ambience. The bright "Keshava" and upbeat "Kali Ma Potluck Singalong" are favorites of Robin’s live kirtan chant events. Here, they join the traditional melody "Jaya Jaya Shiva Shambho," the beautifully simple "Blessed Be, Namaste," and three more tracks of energy-moving sound. While Live Devotion (2007), her first recording dedicated wholly to sacred chant, was borne mainly of one inspired recording session, the spark of inspiration for This. matured over time with the help of engineer, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Jack Walker (heard on John Edward Cross Country) in his Bad Dog Digital studio. Berklee College of Music grad and longtime Hawaii ashram resident Karttikeya handled drums and percussion, while Isitri Om Kati Brennan and Angela Cavallaro brought sound and spirit alive with dynamic backing and response vocals. The result is a joyful, flowing recording for meditation, movement, deep listening, and singing along. Robin Renée’s live performances run the gamut from rock to chant, all-acoustic to full-sounded, and may flow seamlessly in between. She has shared the stage with some of the West’s best-loved kirtan singers including Krishna Das, Dave Stringer, and Girish. Also a poet, artist, and writer, Robin’s work has appeared in Curve Magazine, Songwriter’s Market, PanGaia, Big Hammer #12,That Takes Ovaries – Bold Females and their Brazen Acts (Random House), and many other publications. WON'T YOU JOIN US?
Miki Vale, Ben Herron and Thomas Holmes discuss the life and legacy of J DILLA. They will also explore how J DILLA influenced music in general.
Miki Vale’s passion and love for music developed from various facets and experiences in her life. She developed into a strong writer because of her love for writing poetry in school. Her older brother Zoltan, a DJ, had a vast record collection and mix tapes that introduced Miki to “golden era” Hip Hop artists as MC Lyte, Special Ed, Gangstarr, Nice & Smooth, and Public Enemy. Drawing from these true school inspirations and imagery from everyday life, Miki Vale creates a unique soundscape in her songwriting: one part Hip Hop, one part old soul, two parts evolved artist and revolutionary MC. Her melodic flow illustrates a mental picture with each line and breathes new life into Hip Hop as we know it.
Ben Herron- born in San Diego to a blue- collar family, I had a challenging but fulfilling childhood rooted in unconditional love. My childhood was full of stories that have been the undercurrent of my writing and social advocacy. This also laid the foundation for my interest in social work and academic prosperity. I always knew and believed that one way I could not only transcend certain negative circumstances was through education. This would also allow me to be apart of the solution in regards to mending some of the issues that plagued my community and the world alike.
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