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34 minutes | Nov 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #9: The Bay/ Nelson
In today's podcast, we discuss two songs, The Bay and Nelson. Both songs were a lot of work, because of their complexity, but they were both a lot of fun to work on. So, we discuss in details the processes used to make those songs sound the way they do.We hope you enjoy this podcast and don't hesitate to leave us some comments.
37 minutes | Sep 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #8 : Insomniac
In today's podcast, we are discussing our most ambitious song so far called Insomniac. We talk about almost every aspect of this great song, from the inspiration, the composition, the arrangement, the special effects, the mixing and the mastering. There is a lot of information, so it is a very interesting podcast.We hope you enjoy this podcast. Don't hesitate to leave us some comments.
19 minutes | Aug 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #7 - Cécile
Songblog Podcast #7 - Cécile In today's podcast, we discuss the song Cécile. We talk about the inspiration, the composition, the recording and the mix of this song. We also discuss the songs "The Way you Look at Me" and "Dream" which are two songs for which we didn't do podcasts for different reasons.We hope you enjoy this podcast. You can leave us some comments and donate generously!
21 minutes | May 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #6: À Deux
In today's podcast, we discuss the song À Deux. We talk about the original version of this song, the inspiration behind it and the first recording of it. We discuss the recording techniques, instrumentation and effects used. We also talk about our beginning as recording musicians. We hope you enjoy this podcast, please leave us some comments and donate generously!
21 minutes | Apr 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #5 - My Life
In today's podcast, we explore the writing, composing, mixing and mastering of the song My Life. Patrice is secretive about the lyrics of the song, but he discusses the composition of the song, as well as the inspiration for the arrangement. Pete talks about the processes and his influences on how the song was mixed and recorded.We hope you enjoy this podcast and please leave us some comments!
21 minutes | Mar 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #4 - Somebody
In this month's podcast, we discuss the song Somebody. Patrice talks about the meaning of the song, the writing process, the recording and the charitable organization for this month "Bullying Ends Here" owned and founded by Tad Milmine. Pete describes the tools and techniques he used to mix and master the song.We hope you enjoy this podcast. Don't hesitate to leave us some comments and donate generously!
13 minutes | Feb 25, 2016
SongBlog Podcast #3.1 - Penny Stone
SongBlog Podcast #3.1 - Interview Penny Stone In today's podcast, we interview Penny Stone the founder and executive director of the Victoria Humane Society. It was a great interview with a lot of insight on how the foundation was created, how it is operated, their expansion plans and a little bit about Penny.We hope you enjoy it. Leave us some comments and donate generously!
22 minutes | Feb 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #3 - Beautiful
SongBlog Podcast #3 - Beautiful In today's podcast, we discuss the songwriting, composition, mixing and challenges that we faced when working on the song Beautiful. Patrice talks about his inspiration, the chord progression, melody intricacies and the background behind our partnership with the Victoria Humane Society. Pete discusses his involvement in the arrangement, lyrics, back vocals and mix of the song. For this month's release, we are donating 50% of our profits to the Victoria Humane Society, so please donate generously! Donate
17 minutes | Jan 25, 2016
Songblog Podcast #2.1 - Rob Appleton Interview
Songblog.ca & Sarah McLachlan School of Music Today's podcast is an interview with Rob Appleton, the executive director of the Sarah McLachlan School of Music. Rob talks about his background as well as the school's work and direction. He talks about the new locations in Surrey and Edmonton that they are opening this year as well as what the school really is about. We hope you enjoy the podcast.
30 minutes | Jan 22, 2016
Songblog Podcast #2 - Along the Tracks
In today's podcast, we explore the songwriting, production, and recording of Along the Tracks. Patrice explains the inspiration for the song, and how he came up with the arrangement. Pete gives some insight on the recording process. Here is a link to the free Vladislav plugins that were used on this song, and the Reverand Horton Heat was the rockabilly band mentioned in discussion. As mentioned in last month's podcast, we will be donation half of all proceeds from January 15 - February 14, 2016 to the Sarah McLachlan School of Music, to help provide music education to the underprivileged. Donate
10 minutes | Dec 4, 2015
Songblog Podcast #1 - Introduction
Episode #1 Songblog.ca Podcast Welcome to the first episode of the SongBlog.ca podcast! Podcasts can be streamed or downloaded from our website, as well as iTunes or our RSS feed. In this episode, we discuss the launch of our website, SongBlog.ca, our backgrounds, and an outline of some of the content that you can expect to see from us in a couple weeks, when we launch. We also talk about the Sarah McLachlan School of Music, the charity that we will be sponsoring with a portion of our profits in the first month. Please visit http://www.sarahschoolofmusic.com for more information. Donate
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