The digital nomad idea began forming in my noggin sometime in the mid-90s. I thought it would be awesome to travel the country with a small studio in a van. Which is comical now, because I was in an analog world with digital audio gear still in its infancy. Analog is bulky. And what theContinue reading “A Van, a Plan and an X”
Since we have to adapt to survive, let’s focus on the best use of our time and resources while we get through this.
If you decide to jump in and speak your mind about whatever gizmo made you dance or cry, let’s lay a few ground rules so your voice is heard clearly…
Regardless of how bad the Coronavirus outbreak gets, the concert and event production industry is going to be permanently affected by this…
Sure, they’re asking for a microphone or a speaker to support an event or concert… but what do they really want?
An overview of season one of the WYWU: Working Your Way Up podcast, being updated as new episodes are released…
The big picture here is that Rabunshire Media wants to find more options and more opportunities for folks who need them.
Season one of my WYWU podcast extracted wisdom and advice from audio industry professionals. Although it’s one of many possible formats, I feel that the interview-format podcast is the easiest way to build a sustainable brand. I’m also crossing into some very specific niche realms along the way and hoping to connect with many moreContinue reading “Showing Off My Tips For Podcasters”
I had to decide how to deal with the judgment I feared that was holding me back from something I wanted. I had to face the dragon holding my treasure and break that monster into a stallion.
I’ve got friends who’ve tried to get me to fly their colors and ride with their clubs, but I always pass.