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"nick gilio" Discussed on shawn mx MEGA feed

shawn mx MEGA feed

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"nick gilio" Discussed on shawn mx MEGA feed

"This month marks my fifteen year anniversary of podcasting. I am pretty sure. I published my first episode episode January twenty seven. It's not a terribly exciting story. But I don't know that I've ever told The in depth story of How I started in summer? Two Thousand Four. I launched my i. I real- website domain name. That's Phantom power dot org still exists but doesn't really do anything other than handle my email. I I had this idea at the time of just recording radio shows as MP three files and just posting them on my website and just kind of see. Hey if anybody find some great. That idea grew out of the fact fact that I'd been publishing music on the Internet for a few years and really in one way or the another publishing on the Internet since ninety seven and I had this idea to do radio shows I had enough gear already. I had the know how to record audio because I've been doing it with music for a few years and you know I had a cup of Coffee Offie in radio back in nineteen ninety six because I went to broadcasting school from ninety five five into ninety six got an internship at WABC FM eventually worked on air. Are there up until the point. When the radio station went off air it was bought out by a Spanish radio conglomerate and they pretty much turned it into a Robo Station of historical stoorikhel note? Worthiness ninety-six is the year that the Telecommunications Act was modified to highly deregulate radio net gave the rise is of these massive mega radio companies. So I really got into radio at the right time just in time to have all of the small stations that people would usually start out in bought out out in automated across the country. So two thousand four. I had this idea in clearly. The idea of somehow publishing as some type of Internet radio show that wasn't just streamed dreamed over some sort of Streaming Protocol like shout caster is cast which I believe those existed. Then just something you could download and listen to when you wanted. Clearly that idea yeah was Circulating amongst the people of the world later that year before I had published any of these so called Sh- radio shows. I was part of a Yahu group that that was dedicated to the nick. Gilio radio show Nick to Gilio was and I believe still is a host host on. WGN radio out of Chicago and Nick was a weekend warrior. Guy Who would work all these. He's weird shifts but he developed A following including me. This Yahoo Group was really run by fans. Though so nick. And some of his producers eventually did join the group and one of the conversations in late two thousand four in this Yahoo Group. I mentioned that how I used to work in well. I barely worked in radio another member of the group. George Smith said well maybe you should start a podcast and I was I I was like what is that and I think I might have said. I'm not sure I know what that is and you said Yeah you should look it up. It's kind of new thing. It was started by Adam Curry it used to be on MTV. So I started researching it and immediately I was just really taken with the whole thing so it was probably probably in November two thousand and four. I started just listening to podcasts. And the first show show. I listened to was and I'm Chris. Daily Source Code and I listened to Don Andrew and youth radio at that time there weren't any dedicated podcast directories there were places that were. We're kind of aggregating podcasts. On a very loose basis one of them was audio dot weblogs Dot Com. You could set up your publishing system to ping that you are l.. And if your podcast feed had media enclosures he would just show up there so that was one of the early. Maybe the earliest Type of podcast aggregated Later there were directories like I potter. But I don't know I kept finding these shows. Listen I would do my best to keep up with them. That weren't really many. Good pod catchers back then I remember. There was one called play. pod were you can subscribe to podcast feeds and you know it would download the the media files often You had to manually move them from play pod over to itunes or something like that. It wasn't a great system but it Kinda worked at that time Late Two thousand four and early two thousand five. I picked up a retail job in a shopping mall. Kiosk called glass last gallery and this was Christmas time so a lot of days once it really started to pick up a lot of days. I was just coming home dead tired so I didn't really have much time to getting this. PODCAST started but I felt like for the first time I felt like there was a path to go down if you wanted to. Do you know this so called. Internet radio show thing by mid-january things in slow down enough at this job which was only a seasonal Ajab and wasn't going to last much longer than I could really start to dig into actually publishing a podcast and I got a real rudimentary set of gear together. I was using a realistic realistic brand. which is One of the old radio shack brands a realistic mixer. Yes Sir that My Dad bought me some years ago. I think he founded at a thrift store. Something wasn't a great mixer. It was really one of these things that was designed for you. Know if you WANNA on a to Dj Your Your Barbecue or you know your kid's birthday party or whatever it had had Three quarter inch not. Xl are but three Mike Inputs quarter-inch Mike Inputs and it had I believe three Stereo. RCA channels and two of the channels were specifically for turntables. And the reason. I believe this mixer was was built for backyard. Dj's is The the turntable channels had a cross fade Switches on them and you know if this was something that was just going to sit on a sit in somebody's Stereo Stereo or something and home wouldn't be any reason for CROSS-FITTERS I Plugged some cheap. Mike's ahead into that mixer. And really when I started it was only me so it was one Mike. I took the The audio out of Jen's I'm back she had a g three lime green I MAC and I put Some music and stuff Sound clips onto her. I Mac and I ran that audio cable out into this realistic realistic mixer and got ahead a name for that called. It's something like the the sound tron two thousand or something some stupid stupid thing. I called it. I tapped the audio output from the mixer and ran that into I had a task scam. US One twenty two connected to my Mac which another long story. But I I had a g four book at the time. It was kind of weird but I took the line out from the mixer into the. US S. One twenty two which was a probably a USB one you know a USB one point two interface so it could only do one one stereo track. It didn't have a lot of bandwidth but it was enough and What I would do is I would load The sound clips. I wanted into the I tunes library on the I MAC and I'd put him in playlist so I could effectively control them with the keyboard and I would kind of do a you a a a cue sheet man like a playlist while it was a playlist inside the Application and With the keyboard board I could start and stop the clips in cycle to the next one and it was as close as I could come up.

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"nick gilio" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"nick gilio" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"This month marks my fifteen year anniversary of podcasting. I am pretty sure. I published my first episode episode January twenty seven. It's not a terribly exciting story. But I don't know that I've ever told The in depth story of How I started in summer? Two Thousand Four. I launched my i. I real- website domain name. That's Phantom power dot org still exists but doesn't really do anything other than handle my email. I I had this idea at the time of just recording radio shows as MP three files and just posting them on my website and just kind of see. Hey if anybody find some great. That idea grew out of the fact fact that I'd been publishing music on the Internet for a few years and really in one way or the another publishing on the Internet since ninety seven and I to do radio shows I had enough gear already. I had the know how to record audio because I've been doing it with music for a few years and you know I had a cup of Coffee Offie in radio back in nineteen ninety six because I went to broadcasting school from ninety five five into ninety six got an internship at WABC FM eventually worked on air. Are there up until the point. When the radio station went off it was bought out by a Spanish radio conglomerate and they pretty much turned it into a Robo Station of historical stoorikhel note? Worthiness ninety-six is the year that the Telecommunications Act was modified to highly deregulate radio net gave the rise is of these massive mega radio companies. So I really got into radio at the right time just in time to have all of the small stations that people would usually start out in bought out out in automated across the country. So two thousand four. I had this idea in clearly. The idea of somehow publishing as some type of Internet radio show that wasn't just streamed dreamed over some sort of Streaming Protocol like shout caster is cast which I believe those existed. Then just something you could download and listen to when you wanted. Clearly that idea yeah was Circulating amongst the people of the world later that year before I had published any of these so called Sh- radio shows. I was part of a Yahu group that that was dedicated to the nick. Gilio radio show Nick to Gilio was and I believe still is a host host on. WGN radio out of Chicago and Nick was a weekend warrior. Guy Who would work all these. He's weird shifts but he developed A following including me. This Yahoo Group was really run by fans. Though so nick. And some of his producers eventually did join the group and one of the conversations in late two thousand four in this Yahoo Group. I mentioned that how I used to work in well. I barely worked in radio another member of the group. George Smith said well maybe you should start a podcast and I was I I was like what is that and I think I might have said. I'm not sure I know what that is and you said Yeah you should look it up. It's kind of new thing. It was started by Adam Curry it used to be on MTV. So I started researching it and immediately I was just really taken with the whole thing so it was probably probably in November two thousand and four. I started just listening to podcasts. And the first show show. I listened to was and I'm Chris. Daily Source Code and I listened to Don Andrew and youth radio at that time there weren't any dedicated podcast directories there were places that were. We're kind of aggregating podcasts. On a very loose basis one of them was audio dot weblogs Dot Com. You could set up your publishing system to ping that you are l.. And if your podcast feed had media enclosures would.

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Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

Nick Digilio

05:27 min | 4 years ago

Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

"The Queen of soul has passed away. At seventy six she died yesterday She was. A once in a generation singer, it says here which is absolutely true she was the Queen. Of soul. But also ventured into and mastered virtually every style of music, from jazz to classical and rhythm and blues she passed away at her home in Detroit from pancreatic cancer according to the late singer's publicist, the singer was in and out of ill health for. Years last summer In Detroit she asked an audience to keep me in your prayers she. Had to take several breaks, during the show and appeared frail earlier. In the year she announced that she. Would cut back on her schedule two thousand ten she underwent surgery to remove. A tumor and cancelled six months of tour dates. Yet last year before performance of the Chicago theatre she told the Tribune I'm not quitting. And she, said she. Was working on new music with Stevie Wonder. Her musical contributions, were diverse ranging in. Tone from spiritual to gaudy her, singing style came from single source she practically grew up in the church and the emotional intensity and personal. Connection she nurtured there and the music never left her it. Informs her virtually every one of, her top seventy seven one hundred songs including Twenty-one number one Rb hits The thing many people don't understand about this change in my. Career is that I, never, left, the, church, Franklin, once told author David Ritz about, her transition, to secular music, in her late teens the church stays with me wherever I go wherever I sing critic Anthony halibut who has. Written extensively about Franklin's life and career over the decades. Has called the singer a pivotal figure in the way women and African Americans were perceived. In popular culture Franklin's role was such that such that a history of. Black America could well be divided into pre and post Aretha she won eighteen Grammy awards and was the first female artist inducted, into the rock and. Roll Hall of fame and that was in nineteen eighty-seven not only was her multi. Active measures soprano an instrument, of stunning beauty range in power but. Her piano playing often encounter points to. Her singing was Justice accomplish she influenced countless singers Whitney Houston Adele Patti LaBelle. Natalie Cole shock on Mariah Carey Luther Vandross Jennifer. Hudson Fantasia but her legend was forged not just on her ability to hit all the. Notes and, embellish them With establishing technical flourishes but also to convey emotion Nuance and deep feeling Her fame seemed destined she grew up in the household, of, the famed, preacher c l Franklin and was mentored by his friends who included gospel greats Mahalia Jackson Clara ward and Albertina Walker as a girl Franklin mesmerized congregations of her father's house of worship in Detroit. New Bethel Baptist church but her career. Was not without hardship Aretha Louise Franklin was. Born on March twenty fifth nineteen, forty. Two in Memphis Tennessee, second youngest of five children or family moved, to Buffalo New York and then to Detroit. Where her parents divorced her mother died when she was ten and. Because we're fathers travel she was primarily Ray reared by grandmother and has a teen Franklin was a soloist in her father's church and. Began recording gospel songs she dropped. Out of high school, she toured the gospel circuit singing in churches around the country was a hard life during which she learned firsthand about racism while traveling the back. Roads of the south the young singer also learned how to interact with an. Audience even at fourteen she was, in viewing the power, the power gospel song there is a fountain filled with blood with drama dread beyond her years in her Her late teens she, toured alongside the staple singers and Sammy Bryant was second Bill to her father the star preacher then much like the gospel circuit contemporaries such as. Sam Cooke David Ruffin and Dionne Warwick Franklin shifted to popular music with her. Father's blessing and moved to New, York at the age, of eighteen leaving her two young children in the care of her grandmother in Detroit She was wooed by Motown a small hometown. Label but it turned out but it certainly turned it down because it wasn't properly established yet and. Instead signed with. Columbia records there she was overseen by the legendary producer and talent scout John Hammond appears who saw her as an immense talent who shouldn't be wasted on pop triples trifles Hammond made a number of fine recordings with Franklin that bridge the world of gospel and jazz but Columbia grew impatient for hits in the. Orchestral embarrassments in choice of material that noise. Underlying strength her contract expired she moved. To Atlantic records and became under the Super Bowl supervision of Jerry Wexler who, admired, her, gospel recordings and. Wanted to update their field to a pop market Atlantic was an iron be juggernaut with a roster that included Wilson Pickett Otis Redding who was affiliated with Memphis based Stax label And. Wexler immediately paired Franklin with the muscle shoals rhythm section in Alabama a one night recording session in January of sixty seven yielded the landmark song I never loved a man the way I love you a smoldering performance that seemed to address Franklin's deteriorating relationship with her husband prevent husband Ted white Recording. In the south, during the height of the civil rights era proved overwhelming for Franklin however and she, left, the next. Day Wexler knocked out was knocked out by the performance came up with a, solution he would bring muscle shoals rhythm section to New York, where his price singer could be more comfortable. Another classic soon followed respect, a cover of reading song that Franklin transformed in, tandem with her sisters Carolyn and Erma the siblings call and response chemistry data to the, days

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