The Analog Alien “Sound Different” podcast series is intended for anyone who is a fan of effects pedals and wants to learn more about them. Although the show focuses on guitar effects pedals, it is also intended for anyone who wants to learn more about audio equipment and the music business in general. Hosts Jack & Joe Napoli share many stories and experiences from their 30 plus years as professional recording studio owners and guitar pedal manufacturers. It’s informative, creative and just plain fun.
Analog Alien Podcast #15 - Tony Cardenas-Montana Interview
In this podcast Jack & Joe from Analog Alien guitar pedals interview Tony Cardenas-Montana. Tony has played in numerous Hollywood bands throughout the early 80’s, eventually joining Great White in early ‘87 to support “Once Bitten…” - the band’s first platinum seller. In 2010 he went on tour with Slash and his solo band and has played on so many projects that it’s hard to count them all. Tony is enjoying much success with his latest CD release “Sugar Bowl”. We think you'll enjoy
Analog Alien Podcast #14 - Kenny Laguna Interview
Kenny Laguna has had some career in the music business, to say the least. Kenny was working for The Who when he first met rock legend Joan Jett. He has been with Joan for over 40 years now and has had quite the success. In this podcast, Jack & Joe from Analog Alien Guitar Pedals have an in-depth interview with Kenny. You’ll hear fascinating stories that span from his humble beginnings, to working with The Who, and eventually what led him to manage and produce Joan Jett!
Analog Alien Podcast #13 - Brian Kehew Interview
In this podcast, Jack & Joe from Analog Alien Guitar Pedals interview Brian Kehew - one of the biggest techs in the music business today. You’ll hear how Brian went from humble beginnings and the road he took that eventually led him to being a tech for The Who. It’s a story we’re sure that you will enjoy.
Analog Alien Podcast #12 - LaMar A. Mitchell Interview
You may never have heard of LaMar Mitchell, but he has had quite an interesting career in the music business. From his humble beginnings as a struggling musician growing up in Youngstown, Ohio, his road eventually led him to LA where he started working for one of the biggest names in the music business - the legendary Stevie Wonder. It was LaMar who introduced Stevie to Analog Alien pedals and the rest is history.
Analog Alien Podcast #11 - Lawrence
Jack & Joe from Analog Alien guitar pedals interview Clyde and Gracie Lawrence from the band "Lawrence". Their unique blend of rock, soul and R&B have made them one of the hottest upcoming bands on the music scene today. Although NYC is the place they call home, this dynamic musical duo constantly perform at sold out shows around the world to an audience that is steadily growing with each passing day. In this podcast, you’ll learn how they got started and what led to them forming a successful band.
Analog Alien Podcast #10 - A look back on the music and audio world.
It’s Season 2 of the Analog Alien - SOUND DIFFERENT podcast. We thought we’d take a different approach and interview some of the people that we know in both the pro audio business and in the music world. In this podcast, we interview Glenn Coleman of Coleman Audio. If you’re into recording, then chances are you have some of Glenn’s gear already. Find out what it was actually like to work in the audio business back in it’s heyday, and what also led Glenn to start his own pro audio company - Colema