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The Jawshop Podcast is a place where music recording of all kinds is discussed. Host Paul Clifford is a professional drummer, songwriter and producer. With some special guests the focus will be on the creative, using both in and out of box techniques to achieve good sound. Touring, live sound and basic survival are also where conversations will be at home.
 
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Applying for the Mentor Program at the Screen Composers Guild of Canada, Adventure Recording airstream outings at a cell tower with contact mics on cables and kick drum and stomp board recorded at The Macleans Cemetery in Grey Bruce, first time using midi and samples wih new AKAI MPK Mini, featuring a small piece recently recorded from samples take…
 
This episode covers using a hotel bed and hoses for getting bed tracks, a new band, more locations in the works for adventure recording, recent session with busking kit in the concrete foundation, Groanbox, and the Pilon groove from cuba.โดย Paul Clifford
 
A recap of the adventure recording Airstream session, taking the Whitney Drums into the trees. Playing at a funeral, video editing and an unusual scout-location for the next session. Busking drum kit and discussion about tuning, head and mic choices.โดย Paul Clifford
 
Discussion about the Yeti 400 lithium/ solar upgrade for the Airstream, location scouts for youtube channel; abandoned farms and a forest over looking the Beaver Valley, calf skin heads with wood hoops on Whitney Penguin nesting drumkit for up coming forest session.... coyotes, and their lure of dogs, contact mics working on the cell phone, Tape-op…
 
Recorded from the Airstream, Paul discusses his first mastering job ever, for Greg Smith’s new album using HOFA software from Berlin. Also dicussed is the technical and musical setting-up/ rehearsal for the soon to be released; The Jawshop Youtube channel, obscure recording locations, Bata drumming in Cuba, and practicing the drums.…
 
Discussion about the process of creating a Youtube channel. Getting ready, steps involved and the social contract needed for commitment.The idea of adventure recording. Mixing the music from a friend that just passed away.โดย Paul Clifford
 
The Airstream is taken to the trusty graveyard near Walter's Falls to chat over the phone with west coast jazz drummer Buff Allen. Disussing everything from loosing his old friend the Canadian jazz guitarist Ed Bickert, tuning his drums, guitarist Pat Coleman, navigating the new music economy, the skeleton breakdown of basic rhythm, his days at Ayo…
 
This episode covers the possible upgrade to the UAD Apollo, Recording drums using only 4 mics, drum tuning, new business model for musicians to make a living, the soon to be launched federal political party: The Record Party Of Canada, Dave Clarke and the Rheostatics, writing in the Airstream and the addded joy of putting a band together.…
 
Greg Smith a Walters Falls resident songwriter and performer drops by the woodstove in the Airstream for a mid-winter chat. Topics range from this years Folk Alliance, living and playing in Hungary, his rural Ontario heritage and how it relates to his music, and some interesting tales from the road.โดย Paul Clifford
 
Tonights episode involves discussion on sleep deprivation, proper woodstove technique, Macbook Pro problems and introducing the new mac Mini, bass drum holes, SSL plug-in by waves, Chris Lord Alge and an original song played off Paul's solo album Rootballs, featuring an 88 year old fiddler.โดย Paul Clifford
 
In this episode via phone from Bowen Island BC, we have guest Buff Allen again. Buff is a Canadian veteran jazz drummer who has worked with the likes of Lenny Breau, Mose Allison and winning a Juno award with Hugh Frazer, just to name a few. The conversation weaves all things drums, to the state of the music industry, Jimi Hendrix and fatherhood. V…
 
Converting the woodshed into a 10x24ft tracking room for AEA R88 mic, Abby Road Chambers plugin review, dusting off the old 4track, abandoned houses and instagram, Greg Smith finishes tracking album, NY Times article by Cal Newport ''Deep work'', and more lessons learned about the sensitivity of the ribbon mic.…
 
Paul discusses the transition and navigation into a potential film scoring career, The Screen Composers Guild of Canada, re-connecting with juno nominated reggae artist Lyndon John X, room mics, Michael Ward-Bergeman a New Orleans musicians' take on navigating the music industry and taking a 6 yr old to his first concert.…
 
Live from the Airstream, Veteran jazz and session drummer Buff Allen guests via phone from Bowen Island BC. From Mose Alison to Lenny Breau to Mr Dressup, Buff shares tales from his 5 decade -long career as a first call player in the Toronto and Vancouver musical communities. http://buffallen.comโดย Paul Clifford
 
A croaky update about finding the sweet-spots in the curves of the Airstream, John Cuniberti consulting on the AEA R88 OneMic concept, a new guitar [Recording King Dirty 30’s], writing in a dingy Halifax Motel, A facinating studio story about 10cc recording the 1975 song ‘‘I’m Not in Love’’, 2 new Plugins [Waves API 2500 and the F6 EQ]. Possible ne…
 
Discussion about scoring for the documentary series ''Avoidinice''. Two men have recently left in a 39 ft sailboat from St Catherines Ontario loaded with food and supplies to navigate the Northwest Passage of Canada and head south to Hawaii and beyond. The Jawshop is scoring for this series, and the writing/ recording process[s] are discussed. Also…
 
Part 1 of a two-part podcast with Saskatchewan musicians and songwriters; Ava Wild and Brodie Mohninger. Stopping by the Airstream on thier Ontario tour. They play as collection of songs, and hangout with us on a beautiful spring day. --โดย Paul Clifford
 
This podcast closed the long gap between podcasts from the early fall till late winter 2018. Discussed is the new addition of the dual-stereo ribbon mic that is in transit to the studio. The pending recording technique of using one mic to record a band, and the inspiration behind it. Also airstream updates, speaker switchers and live video producti…
 
Paul picks up a hitch hiker on Cape Breton Island, drives him south, buys him a sixpack, a field recording of songs and stories from a park bench are the result. Featuing highly ranked hoboligist Mitch Mathewsโดย Paul Clifford
 
A discussion about the process of building and maintaining a playful relationship between kids and their instruments. The delicate balance between curiosity and discipline. Also discussed is the importance of a good teacher and how to recognize one, and Paul's lessons with drummers Johnny Vidocavich and Buff Allen.…
 
A discussion about different sound/ venue environments, and how to adjust for a better sound solution on stage. Mistakes learned over the years, and the relationship the instruments have with the room. Also discussed is the importance of a good studio/headphone mix for musicians.โดย Paul Clifford
 
A summery of a two+ year 4tracking stint in The Time Capsule; a small 75 sq ft industrial building, or pod, located deep in the rainy woods of Gabriola Island BC. Topics discussed are the musical relationship with Richard Spencer and other crazy freaks located on a small Gulf island deep in the 1990's, minimal set up, impoverished relief, rain and …
 
A recount into the squatting and busking culture in Zurich Switzerland 2003. How a squatting community made a rundown factory into an incredible performance area. How pure creative freedom affects the people and artists that experience it together. Comparisons of european and Canadian cultures. Navigating basic survival as a busker in a foreign lan…
 
An unscripted podcast about Micheal Ward-Bergeman's Gig 365. A project that took him on an incredible journey where he played a gig every day for 365 days. Spanning multiple continents and venues, he and his accordion and percussion found places nobody could duplicate.โดย Paul Clifford
 
A summery of Paul's experiences working as a musician in London hospitals. A description of the concerts, acoustic sessions in shared hospital rooms, playing for surgeons and nurses in the theatre's lunch rooms and the emotional inpact on both the performer and audience.โดย Paul Clifford
 
This podcast covers a late 90’s two week self imposed drumming retreat in complete isolation, with no media or reading material available. This retreat was based on the Indian tradition the Chilla. Paul discusses his experience living on a barge on a small island off the west coast of Vancouver Island. Discussion goes from; living next to otters, t…
 
An intimate recount of the making of Paul's 2002 solo album Rootballs. Recorded over 4 months in semi-isolation in Mortlach Sask. Topics include; seclusion and the effects on the writing/ recording process, vocal takes with the plant Salvia Divinorium, local Moose Jaw artists, The Band, ADAT, Brian Eno, Tapeop magazine.…
 
Episode 3 recorded at The Jawshop Studio launches into some discussions about; an airstearm update, military and CocoMic demos, elkhound, waterhose mic mod, Akai M8, EZ grunter deer caller, Sylvia Massey, marsland speakers, vintage Ludwig drums and drumming.โดย Paul Clifford
 
Paul discusses things from an abandoned prison field recording to the Valhalla VintageVerb plug-in to the new 12 Gauge Red omni mic being demo'd, and more ramblings of mobile recording techniques and process. A Walmart excursion is even thrown in.โดย Paul Clifford
 
Recorded live from inside Pedro-the-van in New Liskeard, bang in the middle of northern Ontario's moose country. Recorded in a Walmart parking-lot along side sleeping truckers and other hobo's scabbing wifi on a beautiful fall day. An introduction and guided tour of The Jawshop studio in Walter's Falls. Welcome!…
 
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