"She's an unrelenting b#tch, the entertainment industry," said Asking Alexandria frontman and singer-songwriter Danny Worsnop. "You just gotta stick with it."
Podcasts are ubiquitous on the Internet. It’s easy for performing musicians and producers to get in on this trend, and use podcasts to promote themselves and connect with listeners. One of the great things about the medium is that you have 100% creative control and freedom to create a podcast of any length, and with any content that you want.
Some reasons for musicians and producers to start a podcast include:
Audio Engineer, Software Developer, Business Man: Steven Slate is all that and then some. He's become a music industry powerhouse for his line of Slate Digital and Slate Pro Audio products, which have revolutionized the way music is recorded, mixed and mastered. His unique tools can be heard on tracks by top artists like Taylor Swift and Black Eyed Peas, and are used by the best producers in the game including Chris Lord Alge, Jay Baumgardner, Justin Niebank and Michael Brauer, among others.
As a 16-year-old, I spent countless hours practicing my guitar. I played until my hands hurt so much that it was impossible to even think about strumming another chord. Like most young people, I assumed that nothing would ever prevent me from being able to continue such a practice regimen. I was wrong.