Mike & Jonis creating the Project Studio Tea Break podcast
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About Mike & Jon
Every month we take a more-or-less well-earned tea break to survey the month's project-studio matters in, um, our own special way. Regular features include:
- The News Shakedown: We chew over our favourite news stories of the month. With a certain amount of sniggering.
- Facepalm Of The Month: Never any shortage of epic fails round these parts. (Will we ever learn?)
- Q&A: We lay to rest the real questions that keep studio users up at night. Which mic's best for hand-to-hand combat? How can a keyboard player throw rock shapes? What does this button do?
- What's Your Jam?: We ride the caffeine and sugar high to wax lyrical about a technical or musical infatuation.
Special Treats For Patrons!
For all you stupendously fluffy individuals who help us make this new independent podcast a reality, we'll be posting exclusive extra goodies on the Patron's Feed, including highlight/blooper reels, behind-the-scenes images, additional news/Q&A items, and our unsurpassable bespoke Toast Foley. You can also suggest news items and questions you'd like us to cover, and even get a shout-out on the show itself.
About Mike & Jon
Mike Senior is a professional audio engineer who specialises in project-studio recording and mixing. He's the author of Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio and Recording Secrets For The Small Studio, as well as a regular contributor to Sound On Sound magazine's popular Mix Rescue, Session Notes, and The Mix Review columns. Mike also hosts the well-known Cambridge-MT educational resources site, which includes the web's largest free multitrack download library for students/teachers of mixing. Like most studio rats, he'll drink practically anything brown and wet, but given the choice it'll be milky Earl Grey every time.
Jon Whitten is a composer for dance and theatre who's taken to podcasting like a duck to warfare. He's collaborated with alt-j, Sam Lee, Charles Castronovo, and performed on the Glastonbury Acoustic Stage, Later... with Jules Holland, and Tiny Desk. He even once saw Paul Simon topless. He prefers teas with unpronounceable names and rich histories he can waffle on about in company: Roibos, Mate, Tieguanyin, you get the idea...