Sagittarius Eye - The Elite Dangerous Magazine - Issue 29
43 min

In Issue 29, we take a look at some mysteries, and how you may understand them. We open with the first in a series on the Dark Wheel, as M. Lehman takes a look at the origins of this shadowy organisation. Andrew Gaspurr gives us insight of what’s so special about Lalande 28607. Ariri discusses what lasers you might want to fit to your ship, and finally, Mack Winston takes a good look at the often overlooked Saud Kruger Dolphin, and why you should fly one.

00:00:19 - Editorial. Read by Eid LeWeise

00:03:15 - Spokes of the Wheel. Written by M. Lehman, read by Kai Zen

00:09:19 - The secret of Lalande 28607. Written by Andrew Gaspurr, read by Scott Cleverdon

00:19:58 - A hard look at hard points: lasers. Written by Ariri, read by Spidey007

00:29:34 - Small Luxuries in deep space: the Dolphin. Written by Mack Winston, read by PoetSparrow

hanging out with audiophiles
hanging out with audiophiles
hanging out with audiophiles
HOWA EP 76 - IMOGEN HEAP
Gloves on! My guest on Ep 76 is the excellent Imogen Heap. She's a lady unafraid of asking some big WHYS. Like for example WHY does the record business have to look the same as It did in the time when physical records and label structures were the norm? WHY must the artist have to hire teams of people to negotiate complicated wiggly pathways of the old clunky industry that really ought to be simplified for the good of getting the art to the ear? Imogen has been so open and transparent in her career moves and it’s a lesson in the value of meaningful fan connection. She found her own way to share music and was an early Advocate of cultivating a caring and engaged Internet community and it’s paid dividends! She keeps the doors to her process open and welcomes fans to get involved with the process of her making. She looks at her real life makes changes to fit shifting priorities at home. She’s highly adaptable, highly talented and very down to earth. No wonder she has so many supporters that get behind her wild, pioneering visions. We get to chatting about a very important and exciting project “the creative passport” thats going to be available to try in Beta this month of nov 2020. The future as a simpler place. I say bring it on. Check it out! here’s the link (in the Showwwww notesss!) https://www.creativepassport.net __________ Music for the show comes from the wild experiments of Mr Max/MSP Tom Hall. Good stuff ! All music is selected from a new EP - bestowed-order-on-chaos .. CHECK IT OOOT. https://tomhall.bandcamp.com/album/bestowed-order-on-chaos _________ Kind show sponsorship comes from splice.com who are providing a VAST library of sounds for royalty free use. It's not all hip hop as I demo at the top of the show! All the foley was found from simple searches. Everything from the Babbling Brook to heftiest 808s can be found upon splice in seconds. Wild modern tech! I use it all the time. No need to look for that pesky missing piece anymore. If you can search it, you’ll likely find it :)
1 hr 31 min
The Pylon Show
The Pylon Show
CobraVe7nom7
DMCA, Twitch & The Future
Timestamps:01. 00:00:01 Intro02. 00:01:18 Welcome back / Show road map / Guest introductions03. 00:05:00 What's up with DMCA?04. 00:15:45 Twitchs response and position05. 00:32:07 Bot scraping VOD contents / Is "fair use" just dead now?06. 00:43:27 The streaming business / The playlist of 10007. 00:55:07 Where we're at now.. / Sync licenses & Twitch soundtracks / How do ban work?08. 01:07:32 Partner Protection / What now? How do we remove strikes?09. 01:23:45 What music/game sounds CAN we play?10. 01:29:20 GDPR "should" cover deleted content / Rights to our own content / Alternatives & the future11. 01:51:23 What should streamers do going forward?12. 02:03:55 Patreon Q&A13. 02:04:08 Why haven't we seen more carbot skins in tournaments?14. 02:06:37 What are your thoughts on the COD SBMM controversy? / The Nate RANT!15. 02:13:18 Why was ASL cast in a new studio?16. 02:13:49 What are your thoughts on Flash Random after seeing it?17. 02:16:56 Best thing to do for creators give situation?18. 02:23:37 Why don't you just use music and content you have rights to?19. 02:25:22 I know this year has been tough on everyone20. 02:25:48 Is it worth dropping out of the Twitch affiliate program to multistream? / The UpATreeZelda RANT!21. 02:37:39 What do you love and hate about Twitch as a platform and as a company?22. 02:45:08 How does Patience’s robo-heavy style hold up in the current PvT meta?23. 02:46:43 Thoughts on our NA Scene?24. 02:49:06 Future Starcraft/RTS Champion on the way!25. 02:49:42 Remember to floss, folks.26. 02:50:09 Favorite Starcraft critter?27. 02:51:39 Is there a chance Amazon just buys out/creates its own record labels?28. 02:53:52 Final thoughts / Wrap up29. 02:55:43 This Week In Starcraft / Thanks for watching ThePylonShow is live streamed (almost) every Wednesday at 5:45pm PT on https://www.twitch.tv/Artosis- Follow Artosis: https://linktr.ee/Artosis - & Pylon: https://linktr.ee/ThePylonShow Huge thanks to our Patreon supporters! https://www.patreon.com/ThePylonShow - Special thanks to the Pylon Show Team:Producer: https://twitter.com/CobraVe7nom7Shownotes - Alisaunder: https://twitter.com/DaisemiinShownotes - https://twitter.com/CreightonOlsonTimestamps: https://twitter.com/AllelujahTVVFX Artist: https://twitter.com/BodyViiWebDev: NeosteelEnthusiast Track: Koven - Never Have I Felt This [NCS Release]Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.Watch: https://youtu.be/-7fuHEEmEjsStream: http://ncs.io/NeverHaveIFeltThisYO
3 hr 35 min
Recording Studio Rockstars
Recording Studio Rockstars
Lij Shaw
RSR273 - Patrick Rene aka Killah Trakz - Writing & Producing Old School Hip Hop in Miami
My guest today is Patrick Rene aka Killah Trakz a Miami native rapper and hip hop music producer who has worked with artists like Iconz, Rick Ross, 2 Live Crew, and Uncle Luke to name a few. An analog junkie at heart adapting in the world of digital, Trakz has been at the forefront of the digital revolution of music distribution by having one of the most downloaded albums in the MySpace / Napster era titled “ Hoodz Prodigy “. Getting his start in '07 at a time when the "Internet" was at its peak of popularity for all advocates of music, sites like AcidPlanet, UGHH, MP3.com, and hundreds more were gaining more notoriety by the day. Within the first week, Trakz saw his debut album surpass 50,000 downloads with ease. Overnight Success was an "understatement" for what would follow. After landing several placements with his production on numerous indie films, Trakz got calls from everyone wanting his sound. By 2008, his sound was hitting the radio waves but getting heard by millions by "ghost producing" for the likes of many of today's favourites. I met Trakz through our Facebook group at Recording Studio Rockstars. He kept posting so many great hip hop songs that I knew I had to learn more. So I am excited to have him join us today on the podcast to hear more about his story and see what we can learn about writing, producing, and mixing hip hop in the digital age. Thanks to our sponsors! JZ Microphones: https://usashop.jzmic.com PreSonus Studio One: https://www.presonus.com Spectra1964: https://www.spectra1964.com OWC: Other World Computing: https://www.OWC.com iZotope: iZotope.com/Rockstars code ROCK10 10% off API Audio: http://www.apiaudio.com Soundporter Mastering: https://www.soundporter.com RSR Academy: http://RSRockstars.com/Academy Want to learn more about mixing? Get Free mix training with Lij at: http://MixMasterBundle.com Hear more on Youtube If you love the podcast, then please Leave a review on iTunes here CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/273
1 hr 53 min
Working Class Audio
Working Class Audio
Working Class Audio
WCA #311 with Maria Rice - Quitting Architecture School, Following Your Gut, Interning, Being Resilient, Restoration, and the Florida Simulation
My guest today is Boston-based mastering and restoration engineer. Maria Rice, Maria works at Peerless mastering and has received three nominations for the Grammy award for Best Historical Album. Her remastering work also includes the 2018 reissue of Blondie's Heart of Glass. Maria and I connected over LinkedIn, and I reached out to her, and she graciously accepted my invitation to come on the show. So I'm very much looking forward to bringing you Maria Rice here on the Working Class Audio podcast. In this episode, we discuss: Dorm Room Studio Live Recording Audio Tough Love Quitting Architecture School Divided Focus Jessica Thompson Guilt "Real Job" Pressure Interning Florida Simulation Following Your Gut Quitting Her Day Job Transferable Skills Mastering Restoration Being Resilient Diversification Matt's Monologue: Knowing Yourself Links and Show Notes Peerless Mastering Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peerlessmastering/ Maria on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-rice-8a11a19/ WCA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/working_class_audio Go Ad-Free! https://glow.fm/workingclassaudio/ Connect with Matt on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattboudreau/ Current sponsors & promos: https://bit.ly/2WmKbFw Working Class Audio Journal: https://amzn.to/2GN67TP Credits: Guest: Maria Rice Host: Matt Boudreau  WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell  Announcer: Chuck Smith Editing: Matt Boudreau Additional Music: The License Lab
43 min
Retro Computing Roundtable
Retro Computing Roundtable
Retro Computing Roundtable
RCR Episode 226: RCR Episode 2
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston Topic: RCR Episode 2 Episode 2 of the Retro[ ]computing Roundtable is a decade old. Topic/Feedback links: * Episode 2 * Windows 1 Turns 25 * Target Haunted Computer (eBay) * Target Haunted Computer (YouTube) Retro Computing News: * Atari announces list of games included with upcoming Atari VCS * Official site not working, naturally * List can also be found here * The C64 * Procedurally generated retrocomputer emulators (Hackaday) * Procedurally generated emulators, list * CocoTalk 185 discussion of the procedurally generated emulators * 8-bit Unity new release * 8-bit Hub * Joeylib Upcoming shows * World of Commodore. Sat Dec 5. Virtual. Vintage Computer-related commercials: * Commodore MAX machine (Japanese) * Pioneer PL-518 turntable commercial 1979 Retro Computing Gift Idea: * Floppy shaped battery Auction Picks: * Carrington: Vintage Atari 410 Cassette Program Recorder * Heart of China for Mac by Dynamix * Serpentine for Apple II, sealed * Michael: PDP 11/45 front panel * Paul: Apple II+ jigsaw puzzle (missing a piece) * Apple IIe set (A cautionary tale about buying things for collectors) * Apple II Workstation card * Apple II Sprite Logo card * See also: LCSI Sprite Card (Peter Neubauer's blog) * Bunker-Ramo Telequote III terminal * See also: Discussion of a Telequote on VCFed forum * See also: Bunker-Ramo ad * DEC H-500 logic trainer Feedback/Discussion: * @rcrpodcast on Twitter * Vintage Computer Forum * RCR Podcast on Facebook * Throwback Network * Throwback Network on Facebook Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X Show audio files hosted by CyberEars Listen/Download:
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