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Music is an escape and listening to acoustic music whether it be from Bob Dylan, John Meyer, Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat, Goo Goo Dolls, Eagles or Neil Young is a great way to de-stress at the end of a long day and what better way to know more about your favorite genre than listening to podcasts about it. Listen to these podcasts to get the latest news, interviews, discussions and even unplugged sessions from various acoustic artists.
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Across Acoustics

ASA Publications' Office

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The official podcast of the Acoustical Society of America's Publications' Office. Highlighting authors' research from our four publications - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA), JASA Express Letters, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA), and Acoustics Today.
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Acoustic Guitar

Acoustic Guitar magazine

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Join us for conversations that explore why we play, collect, build, obsess over guitars and how rewarding it is to make music of our own. Each month, your hosts at Acoustic Guitar magazine connect you with great guitarists – from preeminent pickers and fingerstyle sensations to trailblazing songwriters, luthiers, and the acoustic guitar community at large.
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The Acoustic You

Cheyenne Williams

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Welcome to The Acoustic You Podcast! I’m Cheyenne, your host, here to empower you to recognize your inner strength and embrace your true potential.Join me as I share my journey of healing from past wounds through breathwork, meditation, and somatic body movement. Together, we’ll explore sustainable tools to regulate your nervous system, find joy in everyday moments, and deepen your self-connection.Whether you're navigating past trauma or seeking greater self-love, this podcast offers persona ...
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A journey into the wonderful world of field recording birds in their natural environment. Join me at Wild bird Acoustic's to experience incredible soundscapes of wild birds, here in Sweden and further abroad. The podcast will feature sound magazines, trips to wild places and interviews with sound recorders from all around Europe and beyond. I hope it will appeal to those who seek a relaxing audio experience, which can help contribute to mental well being and provide an outlet for those who m ...
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Musical Acoustics

Clive Greated (c.a.greated@ed.ac.uk)

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Supplementary podcasts highlighting aspects discussed in the 'Musical Acoustics' course from the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh.
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I will be releasing one song every month from my new album Starlight in Your Eyes, free to download. It was recorded during this year, 2022 and encapsulates the natural world, the esoteric, the stars & hope, when although feeling alone, happiness can be found in the mystical & magic in the world in which we live, love is eternal. Thanks for listening and enjoy the music Peace:). The album has been recorded, mastered and mixed by Joe Burwood.
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Putnam's Acoustic Sunset brings you musical acts from all over the world. Each week's episode contains highlights from a live show recorded Sunday nights in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Episodes feature live music, storytelling, and interviews with host, Carl Banks. Brought to you by Putnam's Pub and Cooker at 419 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, New York or on the web www.putnamspub.com
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Up Close And Acoustic with Charlie Silvestri is Performance/Interview Radio The show is independently produced and hosted by Charlie Silvestri. Each week, Up Close And Acoustic welcomes a band or singer/songwriter and features that artist performing in an intimate and acoustic setting and discussing influences and background. Who is Charlie Silvestri? Charlie has hosted, co-hosted, produced, and engineered many programs over the years for several stations in the Philadelphia radio market. He ...
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Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

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On Acoustic Music Talk we'll be interviewing artists and talking about all facets of acoustic music, including performing, instruments, recording techniques, and much more. The world of acoustic music is a wonderful one, and we want to explore it along with you! Join us for the ride. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brad-apple/support
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Guitar playing tips and inspiration to play guitar consistently, have more fun and see more progress with your guitar routine. Every week your host, Tony Polecastro (from tacguitar.com) shows you a new guitar lick and shares new guitar gear and acoustic guitar music he‘s recently found. Tune out the overwhelm of online guitar lesson noise and let Tony be your guide to focus, fun and progress every Tuesday at 10am.
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Borned in 1987, in a small neighborhood of Itatiba, Roni Bulgarelli grew up on the little ranch of his father, a quiet and very calm place located in the suburb and a little distant from the center of his city. His interest in music came as early as the age of 13, in the year 2000, when he won from his father his first guitar. Between 2001 and 2004, during his adolescence, Roni always sought to improve the knowledge in his instrument. He spent a short period in guitar and guitar classes and ...
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Catch up with folk singer-songwriter Katherine Priddy in this bonus Acoustic Guitar Sessions episode. We talk family, guitars, touring with Richard Thompson, and enjoy a performance of “Father of Two” from her latest album The Pendulum Swing. Support the show: Join our community on Patreon, where you’ll find bonus podcast episodes, exclusive guitar…
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Speech Science courses are a key component to the curriculum within a variety of disciplines, but coursework is frequently lacking in terms of representation of those from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. In this episode, we talk to Melissa Baese-Berk (University of Chicago) and Paul Reed (University of Alabama), about why it's so imp…
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In this episode of Wild Bird Acoustics, I will take listeners on an audio journey into Sweden's birdlife. The initial site for this episode is the Sandemar Reserve, located southeast of Stockholm city which is noted for its diverse range of bird species. Sit back and listen to the sounds of this wonderful venue, as I share captured sounds of variou…
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You've probably heard the saying, "knowledge is power," right? Well, let me tell you something Carl Jung once wrote: "Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will rule your life, and you will call it fate." That's some powerful stuff! It's like suddenly realizing that all this time, we've been playing hide and seek with our own shadows. Intima…
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In this simple episode, I have a wonderful sound magazine to share, featuring some of my favourite species. Late May is an incredible time to field record, with most species having returned to breeding territory all over Scandinavia. As a result the natural soundscape is in full flow and the natural environment is flooded with the sounds and songs …
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You've probably heard the old adage that "tone is in the hands." But what does that really mean? And what makes tone good? We asked 14 prominent acoustic guitarists to weigh in, and got 14 unique responses. You'll want to listen with a notebook in hand, because this episode is a treasure trove of practical advice, musical examples, insights, and ex…
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It's not always feasible to measure the sound field generated by an acoustic source; instead, scientists have to model to come up with a best guess for the missing pieces of the sound field. In this episode, we talk to Efren Fernandez-Grande and Xenofon Karakonstantis (Technical University of Denmark) about their new machine learning method to reco…
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A further deep dive into the wonderful sounds of Sweden in late Spring. This is a period, during which, the landscape is filled with the sounds of returning summer migrants. It is a time of auditory wonder, as the landscape slowly fills with the sounds of prospective summer breeders. Looking forward to the second half of the episode I have put toge…
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Catch up with singer-songwriter Naima Bock in this bonus Acoustic Guitar Sessions episode. We enjoy an impromptu performance of a new song—“Showers”—then discuss Bock’s roots in Brazilian and British folk music and get a rundown of her guitars and gear. Listen to her album Giant Palm and visit NaimaBock.com to learn more. Support the show: Join our…
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While analyzing acoustic data from the Mariana Archipelago, Angela Szesciorka (Oregon State University) noticed something funny: a signal unlike any other she'd seen. It showed up over and over, and only seemed to occur at night. In this episode, we talk to Szesciorka about this mystery call and what animal possibly made it. Associated paper: Angel…
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In this, the tenth episode, you shall experience the diurnal and nocturnal auditory soundscape of the wonderful avian sounds of Sweden. First up, a sound magazine concerning the incredible diurnal sounds of late Spring, as the landscape is filled with the chimes of birds, the various displays of species intent on breeding and setting up territory, …
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Dearborn, MI's Jo Serrapere's first visit to the podcast happened as part of a live show at Trinity House in Livonia, MI in April of 2022. I encourage you to go back and listen to that one to learn more about this Michigan treasure. Jo is ambitiously releasing two albums at once this Spring and the second chat was based around celebrating that. Hea…
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We caught up with Alejandro Escovedo ahead of the release of Echo Dancing – his latest album in a legendary, genre-expansive career. Escovedo candidly discusses how painful personal experiences inform his songwriting, how he first picked up the guitar, why he prefers to play acoustic, and what makes Austin, Texas a great town for songwriters. Suppo…
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Here is the audio only visit with Australian born guitarist extraordinaire, Kyran Daniel. You may want to watch the video too in order to enjoy his guitar playing with your eyes. Tommy Emmanuel thought he was good enough to take him on tour when Kyran was just a teenager, so you know you are dealing with someone very talented, even if you haven't h…
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Recent advances in technology have allowed scientists to gather larger quantities of acoustic data from locations more remote than ever before. As a result, the study of animal sounds can be used to inform species or habitat conservation and natural resource management practices in new and exciting ways. In this episode, we talk to Aaron Rice of Co…
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Catch up with London-based indie folk duo Flyte in this bonus Acoustic Guitar Sessions episode. We talk first and favorite guitars, writing for two voices, and enjoy a performance of “Chelsea Smiles” from their latest album. Visit Flyte’s website to hear more of their music. Support the show: Join our community on Patreon, where you’ll find bonus p…
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A Wild Bird Acoustics interview with Dean Mc Donnell, an Irish birder and field recorder based in Co. Louth, Ireland. During the course of the interview, we discuss birding in the areas Dean has been recording at and he shares some wonderful audio of a wide range of species from the past few years... 00:00 Introduction to Wild Bird Acoustics 00:50 …
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Metamaterials have been a hot topic in the acoustics community since the late 1990s, but there's no consensus among researchers as to what a metamaterial actually is or when they first came about. Christina Naify (University of Texas - Austin) took a deep dive into the literature about metamaterials and then posed the question to an audience of res…
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Mike Vial is an Ann Arbor based singer/songwriter, teacher, father, and husband who is doing a 20 year celebration of playing gigs, teaching books, and ranting rants at The Ark in Ann Abor on May 23, 2024, opening for a mutual favorite (and previous podcast guest), Ari Hest. Vial is prepping a new release due out soon and he plays a couple of new o…
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In this, the seventh episode of Wild Bird Acoustics, we follow my quest to record an elusive duck species, Common Pochard. My eventual aim was to field record the species remarkable courtship display, you can follow that journey in the first section of this podcast. Apart from discussing the challenges of locating and recording this elusive species…
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How does competition fit into the creative process? We're joined by Abby Posner, Rachel Garcia, and Thu Tran for a candid roundtable discussion all about songwriting competitions. Explore the highs and lows of participating in these events, how to pick which song to enter, and the impact contests can have on a guitarist's career. Additional resourc…
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http://blogbirder.blogspot.com/2024/02/an-interview-with-terry-townshend-wild.html?m=1 In this podcast episode, I talk with Beijing-based birder, Terry Townsend. We discuss an incredible nocturnal migration project that Terry has been heavily involved in, which has shed light on Asian bird migration over on of the most populous cities in the world.…
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Traditionally, speech researchers have asked participants to classify speakers on a binary scale for gender. However, as our understanding of gender changes, so must our research methods. In this episode, we talk to Brandon Merritt (University of Texas - El Paso) about their research into updating research protocols to better encompass a diversity …
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SEGMENT ONE • INTRO - It's Sunday Stripped for February 11th. It's the only show in the World that plays acoustic metal/rock/grunge and alternative from the biggest names to ever do it. It's not just music, it's ABOUT the music. Yes, you'll hear the bad ass songs, but we dive into the songs themselves, what they're about, who wrote them and we play…
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In this episode of Wild Bird Acoustics we move into the Spring season, a time when birds are beginning to flood back into Sweden. The landscape is gradually filled with the sounds of newly returned species, which begin to set up their territories in preparation for the breeding season to come. This episode is filled with some lovely audio for liste…
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Like so many musicians of a certain generation, our guests started playing guitar in large part because of the Beatles. Today, Laurence Juber, Mimi Fox, and Tim Sparks each take a different approach to arranging, adapting, reharmonizing, and reimagining these tunes. Tune in for a lively roundtable discussion, chock-full of inspiring musical example…
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Infants can distinguish caregivers' and other familiar voices early in life, and can even tell the difference between two unfamiliar female voices. In this episode, we talk to Madeleine Yu (University of Toronto) about her research into infants' ability to distinguish the voices of unfamiliar male speakers. Associated paper: Madeleine E. Yu, Natali…
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SEGMENT ONE • INTRO - It's January 28th, and this is Sunday Stripped. It's the only show like it on the planet where we take all the biggest names in rock and metal and play their best acoustic performances. Not only that, but I take you behind the music, find out things about songs you may never have known, and we play interviews from them. In fac…
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