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Episode no.17 - Andrew and the giant bear costume

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Join Mathew, Andrew, Cole and special guest Tyler. Timepoint talk about the upcoming show, A&W, a giant bear costume, and more.

Get your tickets for January's show at http://bit.ly/2gXzdom 

Theme song composed and performed by: Eric Heidbreder

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  1. Beer, bottling and capping
  2. Angry guitarist  
  3. Vinko Globokar  
    1. Sound interpretations
    2. Clarient
    3. Found sound 
  4. Flute Quiz 
  5. Sinfionia da caccia
  6. Blue scale 
  7. YouTube A&W theme with the picture 
  8. Andrew and the A&W mascot costume
  9. Youtube takedowns
  10. CBC Terry O'Riley Age of Persuation  
  11. USA Court case regarding digital copywright
  12. Long and McQuade  
  13. Swedish death metal
    1. Ned Flanders band  
    2. Betallica 
    3. Rock a bye baby cover band 
  14. Conversations with my dad - Andrew
  15. Peter mansbridge is retiring 
  16. Rocky Balboa jerseys ECHL
  17. WW2
  18. Reporting and news sources 
  19. Conspiracies and eye glasses

 

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Episode no.15 - Ligeti loves spaghetti

Join Andrew, Cole, Holly, and Mathew as they talk performances, Christmas tree trimming, freelancing standards, and more on this installment of What's Happening.

So you know, we will be keeping our regular volume of shows throughout the month of December and into the new year, so, happy times.

Get your tickets for January's show at http://bit.ly/2gXzdom 

Theme song composed and performed by: Eric Heidbreder

Get access to this podcast early, an additional sponsor cast and exclusive digital content by joining our Patreon program: http://www.patreon.com/timepoint.  Patreon works on small recurring monthly donations. These donations help us keep the lights on, consider joining today

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http://www.instagram.com/timepoint_ensemble

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Episode no.11 - Instrument Sexy Times

Join Mathew James, Cole Morrison. Liz Morrison and Nia Devetzis as they talk about film, the progression of art, and the benefits of having too many degrees.

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Classical Revolution

Press, Pause, Play

20th Century Music - Salzman

Grout

Master of Library and Information Science degree (MLIS)

H-kote mouthpiece plating

Brass composition

Calgary Philhamonic

Chicago Symphony

Sponsor Cast

The Seventh Seal

Joseph Campbell's The heroes journey

Tickets for October 22nd

Mathais Spahlinger

Raphael Cendo

Accords Perdus (performed by Mathew James and Max Pankau)

Vinko Globokar - Corperal

Boom Whackers

Foothills Brass

Mnozil Brass

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Episode no.6 - A twine noose, a garden hose, and a shovel.

 Timepoint members sit down to talk with Carlos Foggin about culture, audiences, and rural Alberta. Join us as we travel from Vulcan to the big city for a discussion that tries it's hardest to centre around the idea of community.

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Theme song: Composed and performed by: Eric Heidbreder

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Rocky Mountain Symphony: 

Timepoint Ensemble

Steinway and Sons Calgary

Samsung Galaxy Tablet

Apple Pencil

Bluetooth page turner

Bookscanner DIY

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What's Happening: Episode no.5 - The art of podcasting, featuring Sean Perrin from Clarineat.com

This week we sat down with Sean Perrin from Clarineat.com and talked about podcasting, and how we and other artists interact with it. Cast: Mathew James, Andrew Morrow, special guest Sean Perrin, and introducing Liz Morrison our bassoonist as this is her first podcast appearance.  

Get access to this podcast early, an additional sponsor cast and exclusive digital content by joining our Patreon program: http://www.patreon.com/timepoint.  Patreon works on small recurring monthly donations. These donations help us keep the lights on, consider joining today.

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Theme song: Composed and performed by: Eric Heidbreder

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Equipment: 
TImepoint uses the Scarlett 18i20 interface
Clarineat uses the Scralett 18i8 interface

Microphones:
Timepoint uses AT202 XLR microphones
Clarineat uses the ART M-3 microphone

Programs:
Ableton Live 9
Adobe Suite Creative Cloud Suite
Adobe Audition
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Photoshop

Microphone Stands:
Swing Arm 
Desk Stand
Pop Filter
Shock Mount

Links:
Clarineat.com
Balanced vs Unbalanced signals
Pokemon GO
Blackberry Passport
Dynamic vs Condenser Microphones
Microphone Patterns
Roosterteeth
Red vs Blue

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