A fascinating conversation about the world of music from the dual perspectives of both creators and listeners. Stick around for each episode's Pick of the Week, featuring great new songs to throw in your playlists.
70 - I Wonder If I Can Make It Sound Like A Walrus
Here it is, the final episode of Bits & Pieces. We reminisce on what the podcast has meant to us, relive some bloopers, and discuss our future plans for being listeners and creators of music. Oh, and there's a shotgun guitar. Picks of the week from Michael Edwards and 13 & God.
69 - Can You Enjoy It On The Toilet?
Mike has some bittersweet news, Matt has a gig report, a forgotten unreleased Sufjan album from the 90s surfaces, and Matt seeks after hardware and software flexibility. Picks of the Week from Hypoluxo and Adulescens.
68 - There's A Silver Lining To The Apocalypse
The secret Wu-Tang Clan album is released, Soundbreaking looks like an amazing documentary about recording technology, Adobe shows off VoCo, and Matt creates his own private version of Songl.ink. Picks of the week from LVL UP and Gameface.
67 - Even The Silence Is Distorted
David Lyons guest hosts with Matt as they discuss audio routing, cable shielding, and headphones. Picks of the Week from Hamilton and Danny Baranowsky!
66 - Usually I Just Sit Here Alone
Mike writes a song on his iPhone while flying in a plane, Matt tries to solve audio I/O routing on his computer, and dabbles in livestreaming his music production. Picks of the Week from Daniel Rossen and Nik Kershaw!
65 - Give Us An Update On Your Woes
Matt updates us on the troubles with his audio interface, Creative Commons is under fire in a lawsuit, and an AI makes pop music. Picks of the week from Elin Palmer and TR/ST.
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