We found 10 Episodes matching the search term “andy doe”.
April 10th, 2020 | 33 mins 52 secs
A lot of musicians, suddenly faced with no opportunities for public performance, are opting to stream live from their homes. Andy Doe joins us to discuss what it means for all the musicians to have to build streaming studios in their homes from scratch, and gives tips on how best to set up cameras, lights, and microphones.
January 29th, 2020 | 36 mins 46 secs
Andy Doe joins us again to discuss the perils of having software-controlled audio equipment. After the Affaire Sonos, when the company announced that a lot of its older products would become "obsolete," perhaps it's time to think more carefully about how long hardware we buy will last, when it depends on software.
August 28th, 2019 | 36 mins 52 secs
Andy Doe joins us to discuss CD packaging. The types of packages used, such as jewel cases and digipacks, and the marketing behind those Big Classical Box Sets.
March 22nd, 2019 | 29 mins 54 secs
Continuing our reunion tour, we welcome back our friend Andy Doe to talk about algorithms; how they work, and how they affect music listening.
November 23rd, 2018 | 39 mins 9 secs
A recent article in Rolling Stone says that the album is dying. Andy Doe says that "every word in that article is shite."
October 5th, 2018 | 32 mins 53 secs
How is the sausage made? In this episode we present a making of episode; how we make our podcast.
September 14th, 2018 | 36 mins 48 secs
The rumor that keeps coming back: the one that says that Apple is going to stop selling downloads. Andy Doe joins us to discuss this, and give us an overview of how streaming music is affecting the music business.
June 8th, 2018 | 37 mins 13 secs
Doug and Kirk wax nostalgic about buying records: what was so nice about browsing record stores, and what are we missing.
May 18th, 2018 | 34 mins 44 secs
Andy Doe joins us to discuss the present and future of vinyl records.
March 2nd, 2018 | 41 mins 52 secs
People often wonder if classical record labels make money. We asked Andy Doe, who has a lot of experience in the classical record business, and he explains how the business works.