Listen: Sharon Veneta, Sharon Vinet, Sharon Carlos Thermo discussed on Song Exploder
"Coming up more from Sharon Vinet for our new segment called this is instrumental. Song explorer is supported by vibes high-fidelity, air plugs. Earplugs are good idea for the sake of your hearing. But your plugs usually make everything sound muffled your show, but it sounds like you're listening from the other room, the vibes high fidelity, earplugs fix all of that. They're discreet, reusable earplugs designed especially for concert goers musicians, you might have seen them on shark tank, vibes earplugs. Reduced the volume to a safe comfortable level and still allow you to hear everything clearly and they come in a little handy. Carrying case. See don't get your pocket lint all over them. Check them out at discover vibes dot com and get fifteen percent off and free shipping. With promo code song. Explorer all one word. That's discover vibes dot com and use the promo code song explode. Her your ears will thank you. We're trying something new on some exposure a bonus segment outside of the creation of a song. We wanna find out about the tools that influence artists and shape how they work and make music. Here's more wish. Sharon veneta. What's your current favorite instrument? Will when I first started writing a lot of these songs that was the Jupiter for keyboard? A synthesizer from the eighties is really fun. You can get lost in it for really long time. I don't own one. But I shared a studio with Michael Sarah, randomly and one day. I showed up in their synthesizer in there. And he sent me a message that he'd gotten. He's like fill free to mess around with it. So I would play it all the time because she would play my Pia. No, and my drums, and we would just share each other's instruments. I plugged it into my Qatar pedal setup. Like, I would plug in my guitar, and I just messed around on it, and I don't normally do that with other people's things. But it's kind of nice to not have anybody watch, you experiment as you're learning. What an instrument sounds like. So that in there's no preconceived notion about what it's supposed to sound like or how you're supposed to play it. And you know, I don't have the kind of courage to go into music store jam like that. I never did. So is nice to have an instrument like that to to test out. I ended up writing a lot on it. I play a little bit of piano. So like, I know how to play basic chords, but you can sustain on this synthesizer, and you can hold a lot of notes. So that frees you up when you're working on vocals and makes me sing in a different way. I'm realizing that I haven't interested in synthesizers. And I I want to build up my collection. Now Jupiter's are actually kind of hard to come by as I've been trying to find one they're not cheap. So I'm still on the hunt to find Jupiter, but I'm also about to move. So I'm going to wait until I subtly oh have a studio in Los Angeles. And I can actually spread out there, which will be really fun. Is it sung exposure dot net? For more information about Sharon Vinet, and John Congleton and Kate Davis. You also find linked to buy or stream the song seventeen next time when sung explode her panda bear. Sung exploded was created by executive producer Richie case. Here way. This episode was produced an edited by Christian Koons special. Thanks to dummy, Marquette and Gimblett media for taping. Our interview with Sharon Carlos Thermo made the artwork which you can see on the song sputter website or on our Instagram song expoters, a proud member of radio Tokia from PR ex a collective of fiercely independent podcasts, he can learn about all of our shows at radio, Tokyo dot FM. You can find song exploded on Facebook. Instagram Twitter at song explorer, and you can find me at tau get stay down. My name is tau win. Thanks for listening. Radio tim. Ex-?"