Did you hear the good news? It’s Friday! Another productive week behind us. Hope you’re doing well and are ready for this week’s Fiver Friday! With that being said let´s dive in!
Eventide Announces New SP2016 Reverb Plug-In
Faithfully Recreating Legendary Algorithms from the Ground-breaking Hardware
Eventide is proud to announce availability of the SP2016 Reverb plug-in — perfectly recreating a classic collection of reverb algorithms from its history-making SP2016, pro audio’s first rack-mount multi-effects processor.
Red Bull Music Academy has accumulated a vault full of incredible lectures from two decades of workshops and music industry events. Now, they’re sharing them one by one as part of a new podcast called Couch Wisdom. Featuring in-depth conversations covering all sides of the music industry. If you’re a music nerd looking to know more about the ins and outs of the industry, Couch Wisdom is required listening!
Check out Eminem’s “Fall”, a diss track aimed at anyone who dared question his greatness as a rapper, the musical equivalent of a Monster Energy drink. Great sound to recharge for the weekend!
In the early ’90s, few radio stations embraced hip-hop like “The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show.” Their time on-air started as a college radio hobby for two hip-hop obsessives, but this was New York City’s so-called golden age, and the show quickly became a mecca for young artists looking to cut their teeth live on air.
This documentary’s interviews tell the story: Jay Z, Nas, Raekwon, Busta Rhymes—the list goes on, each artist indelibly changed by their time on-air with Stretch and Bobbito. From interviewing a 16-year-old Christopher Wallace to introducing Nas to the world before Illmatic, rap’s history book owes these two a paragraph or two. This doc is the proof, a long-deserved victory lap for two of music’s unsung heroes.
Some new stuff out of the kitchen…my latest work for Benztown CHR.