Friday Podcast 4/27/12
It’s the last podcast of the month, good people of the interwebs. That’s the perfect time to reflect on the goings-on of the past few weeks, to weigh your wins and losses, to think about how you might have done things differently and what might have happened if you’d made better choices. Or you can just listen to this podcast and eat some cookies. Your call.
Here’s what you’ll get to go along with those cookies: a new edition of How Sound, the show that takes you behind the scenes of the radio production biz and a brand-new The Mikie Show, the show that aims to fill all your Mikie needs.
This episode of How Sound is “#9 – The Plane That Flew Into the Empire State Building;” in which host Rob Rosenthal talks with producer Joe Richman. You’ll hear about Joe’s process and his work on radio diaries, and then Joe and Rob dive into a fascinating exploration of the use of archival sound. Really cool stuff if you’re curious about audio production, which of course you should be, because it’s super-interesting.
Then it’s The Mikie Show, full to popping with all the Mikie you could want or need. It’s an extra-special edition of the show this week, because Mikie mikes it up with an actual Austinite on this one! Listen in for Mikie’s interview with Ballet Austin’s Michelle Thompson.