Adult Swim Podcast
Adult Swim Podcast
Oct 19, 2020
Toonami Audience Takeover Bracket: Episode 2
1 hr 2 min

Max goes over the final bracket before opening the Instagram polls and guest Dana Swanson decides who she thinks will win based only on the quality of the show's title. Watch the next episode LIVE this Tuesday at 5p ET on or the app.

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Paper Team
Paper Team
Alex Freedman & Nick Watson
2020 Paper Team Mentorship III – “The Pirate King” Outline (PT198)
Alex and Nick continue the 2020 Paper Team Mentorship with mentee Ben Warner and the beat sheet of his drama pilot THE PIRATE KING. Step three of the process: a detailed outline of the pilot episode, with every act broken down scene-by-scene. We answer some feedback and discuss our thoughts on Ben's outline. Reminder We're having our 200th Paper Team episode event STREAMED LIVE! We'll be talking TV writing and celebrating this podcast with some incredible guests. So mark your calendars for Saturday, December 5 and follow TV Calling's brand-new Twitch channel. We also want to hear from you! Do you have a favorite moment or guest from the podcast you want us to highlight? Let us know at Content Quick recap about the first two 2020 mentorship episodes (00:42) Discussion of "The Pirate King" outline (03:32) Links "The Pirate King" outline 2020 Paper Team Mentorship I - "The Pirate King" Overview (PT190) 2020 Paper Team Mentorship I - Ben's Update 2020 Paper Team Mentorship II - "The Pirate King" Beat Sheet (PT190) 2020 Paper Team Mentorship II - Ben's Update If you enjoy Paper Team, please consider supporting us on Patreon at! :) Special thanks to Alex Switzky for helping us edit this episode. You can find Paper Team on Twitter: Alex - @TVCalling Nick - @_njwatson For any questions, comments or feedback, you can e-mail us:
46 min
Learn Jazz Standards Podcast
Learn Jazz Standards Podcast
Brent Vaartstra: Jazz Musician, Author, and Entrepreneur
LJS 246: 5 Important Lessons I Learned From My Jazz Teachers
Welcome to episode 246 where today I discuss 5 lessons I learned from my jazz teachers that had a profound effect on my musicianship and mindset. Whether it's by example or by the actual words said, I've been lucky to study with some world-class teachers who taught me a lot. Here's some of the best stuff that I'll share with you. Listen to episode 246 I've had the great fortune of studying with some world-class musicians and jazz musicians over the years.  And I've learned so many lessons from these teachers that have not only impacted my jazz playing and the way I think about music but the way I actually think about life. Here in the US this week, we have a little holiday called Thanksgiving. Now, of course, this holiday is much more about just eating food and getting together with family and friends, but the basis of the holiday is to remind yourself what you are grateful for and thankful for.  I am thankful for some of these amazing lessons from these teachers that I'm about to share with you and I hope will have a positive impact on you as well.  In this episode: 1. A lesson about playing with passion from Justin Nielsen 2. A lesson about playing from where you are at from Bruce Forman 3. A lesson about the never-ending pursuit of learning from John Pattitucci 4. A lesson about utilzing jazz standards from Peter Bernstein 5. A lesson about your emotions from Vic Juris Important Links 1. LJS Inner Circle Membership
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