Libertarian Michael W. Dean of the Freedom Feens talk radio show does an interview on the drive-time Morning Show with Hal Ginsberg on 10,000-watt AM progressive talk station KRXA in Santa Cruz/Monterey California. Topics include gun control, unions, taxing the rich, and just generally being “a little more progressive.”
Coverage area map of the station.
MikeMakesRight and Michael W. Dean talk about the failure of central planning, why hippies from Bolinas California shouldn’t vote, the varied human journey to liberty, and what would happen if George Soros bought Northern California.
Short audio tests using on-board compressor on Xenyx mixer. Conclusion is that for Neema doing talk radio over Audio Compass, a setting of barely on (at 8 o’clock) is better than a higher amount, and better than no compression.
Mixer is a a Behringer XENYX X2442USB Premium 24-Input 4/2-Bus Mixer (get it HERE).
Michael W. Dean chats with alternative educator James Davis about how to raise kids up right and how to spread that to the world.
Check out he and his wife’s blog, libertychildren.com for more.
Michael W. Dean interviews his long-time in-person friend MikeMakesRight. Mike and Michael used to be neighbors, used to play in a band, and were important to each other in their development as non-statists and as all-around groovy human beings. Mike talks about libertarian weight lifting, why being religious about the Paleo Diet is silly, why all the libertarian and AnCap pundits aren’t in shape and should get in shape, recover from drugs and statism, the different between bow-tie academic libertarianism and krokodil-and-tranny-hooker street libertarianism, blood vengeance and dancing on the head of a pin, the Is–ought problem, why there may be no such thing as “rights”, Paul Bonneau, how the roads would work without a government, why people keep being statist; robot cars and how technology could save liberty if Richard Stallman would just get out of the way; and the care and feeding of, and the walking of, your cat.
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Michael W. Dean chats with Bill Buppert, founder of ZeroGov.com and author of ZeroGov: Limited Government, Unicorns and Other Mythological Creatures. He talks from halfway around the world about, collectivists, where is the anti-war left?, everyday anarchy, recovering from statism, repealing the Second Amendment, abolitionism, reducing the need for rulers, how all rulers are sociopaths, “experts in things that are wrong” moral cowardice, the freed market, Vermin Supreme, Cypriot banks, Linux and socialism, underground economies, BitCoin, Zomia, 9/11, “spreading democracy”, drones, and some hope for the future.
Michael W. Dean talks with writer/activist/artist/all-around good guy Davi Barker. Michael offers to get drunk with Davi, Davi says no. So they talk about vampires, zombies and the vampire/zombies that are statists. They discuss noise rock, punk rock, Davi’s book Voluntary Islam and Other Essays, Davi’s many projects, kitty cats, Angel in Heavy Syrup, the Nazi origins of the US Pledge of Allegiance, How to keep cats off your electronic gear for 8 dollars, and how Ben Stone came up with the important liberty concept of The State being different from The Government, and why we should spread that.
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I recently bought the amazing 300 dollar Presonus Studio Channel Tube-Pre Amp / Compressor / Parametric EQ unit. You can get it on Amazon, HERE.
The audio demonstration here was recorded with a Shure BETA 57A Microphone, with a foam windscreen, speaking at a medium-low volume right up on the mic (lips mostly touching the windscreen), with no processing added in post. The audio demo includes explanations of basic use for a good sound, as well as gain staging, and telephone effects.
The Presonus Studio Channel is a wonderful “Swiss army knife” with several functions for improving the sound of voice or instruments. The manual is available free for download, HERE. It’s not only a good intro to this unit, it’s a good intro to compression and EQ and tube pre-amps in general. I recommend it if you are new to compression, even if you have a different unit.
But here’s my quick start guide for spoken audio, the settings I used in this six-minute audio example (click for full-sized image). Enjoy!:
I replaced the stock tube with this Russian Tungsol 12AX7 Tube that is better than the generic Chinese tube that comes with the unit.
To replace tube, unplug the unit from the wall, remove screws on top, and gently rock the tube left and right to remove. Then gently rock the replacement tube in to the tube socket. Hold tube with a handkerchief or other piece of fabric to avoid getting skin oils on it. Skin oils will lower the life span of the tube.
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