In discussions soon with Lex Fridman, hopefully will be able to get him on the stream one day soon.
#003 and #004 came into existence recently.
Epi_003 Soundcheck of five tracks – one third way through my set: live external MIDI, drums, synth
Half of ‘So Dance’, C r a p p y House Tune, Finale Ule, Da Herbal Nite, Skanky Funk, and a little piece of I’m Native (feat. 612):
01:10 Running line checks and bringing up the backing track
01:55 “So Dance” or more likely “Dance like yer from the hood” is what I’d like to call this track. Working title is “All Night Long” but that is also a Lionel Richie track.
03:47 “Crappy House Tune” is the working title for this hard house track, written in London UK in 2006. Today I have the external MIDI hooked up to my mono synth (Arturia Microbrute). Pity about the camera angle for most of it.
05:41 It’s humming along now. Maybe this is the video should actually start. Fingers can be seen twiddling dials.
07:51 Drums kick in. Loudly.
Epi_004 I’m uploading 10,000 tracks as playlist for my new WeFunkFM automated radio station!
Stay tuned for the URL. It’s not live yet. This is exact moment I noticed my new install of the Libretime open-source radio station audio streaming server went live! Thanks to Kovi for the HP Studio machine it is going to be running from 24/7 all going to plan. It’s an Ubuntu server on bare metal. It is not available publicly yet, currently doing burn-in testing of the playlist and schedule (could be for months, me perfectionist). Will be available in 320 kbps and 96 kbps formats at some stage si the plan. Make it happen sooner by becoming a Patron?! I could use a donation of gigabit switch _ ethernet cable + extra servers are always handy!
When I go live by video the audio will also be running through this icecast server (URL TBC).
The track you can hear is:
What A Sensation (Sensational Beats) by KenLou: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNMtKrCBBEk
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Joe Rogan is a stand-up comedian, a UFC commentator, a mixed-martial artist and an actor. Heâ€™s also the second most popular podcaster in the world. A lot of people arenâ€™t too happy about the last part. And now he seems to have sold out to Spotify – which I support, but I hope it was worth it? Sources tell me that…
Spotify Have Now Removed 42 Joe Rogan Episodes
Now that odd gut feeling about Spotify is proving itself correct: they have now removed 42 episodes – out of ~1600 of the Joe Rogan podcast. Which wouldn’t be so bad if part of the deal didn’t include redirecting the http://podcasts.joerogan.net/ domain to Spotify. This last one, episode 149, from 2011, included a bunch of comedians. Comedians are not supposed to be politically correct Spotify! Tracking it down is proving hard since while it looks like he is very widely syndicated, those are done via RSS feeds, from that domain, which now does not work. Hope the payout was worth it, because all those syndicated pages now have broken links to *all* Joe Rogan content ever produced. I wonder if that was part of the deal? Or if Joe himself realised what it meant to redirect the domain above would end up being… Not a single one of the podcast syndicators I’ve tried appears to have made copies, and all were hot-linking to that domain. Mixcloud, Podchaser, Podbinge, ListenAddict, Podcast9 and most surprisingly the entire domain at jrescribe.com all broken for all episodes now. You need to visit Spotify now. Perhaps most strange of all is that…
Youtube also no longer has mystery missing episode #149.
Now obviously, Youtube is not Spotify, and is a very different beast as it has video, so should in theory still be there yeah? But I searched Youtube also for this. To it’s credit, Youtube does still have *most* of his content, since it is a different network. Hope the pay was worth it. Probably was. Is a good library of content he developed there over the years. Youtube has many quite old episodes going back as far as #219 which by the way has a fairly extreme amount of swearing, guest also almost walks off set, is epic. But if you can find epi #149, flick me an email, I’m curious to see how you did this magic: [email protected]
A good example of this older content might be this episode #219 or the one where Elon Musk smokes dope.
These Links Are All Broken Today
No point clicking. I see “Oh snap, there was a playback error!”.
Almost thought I’d found it when I hit https://www.listenaddict.com/talks/podcast-149-live-from-the-icehouse-part-one/ but no….
These investigations lead me to the URL https://traffic.libsyn.com/joeroganexp/icehouse1.mp3?dest-id=19997 which is not in the wayback machine.
It was due to the following article that I became aware of this development:
FYI: List of 2011 Podcasts
Thanks to a lot of digging on Wayback Machine at The Internet Archive, I reproduce the following text for other internet detectives to pickup the case where I left off… because I did my best to find this and failed. Was honestly hoping to back it up and host it on this site for laffs but alas no laffs be had.Â I was able to find the very first episode though – see https://archive.org/details/TheJoeRoganExperiencePodcast1465/JRE-Podcast-1.mp3Â (This link works… today)
I just noticed that Facebook streaming cut off not only the P-Funk at the start but also the Martin Luther samples I used in my song! Wowzers that is evil!
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00:00 briefly explain how I setup an Icecast server on linux, and send audio to it from my mac, which is running Logic 9. Using FLAC lossless codec.
02:00 Boomer Remover: The COVID-19 Tentacle is upon me…. I had a dream of baby Uyghurs.
07:30 I think finally my vocal mics goes on.
15:00 100 Beats
14:00 Bomb Squad Having Some Dots.
11:00 first piece of dead air (whoops) about 20 secs
12:27 some out of control external MIDI (Microbrute Arturia)
18:00 I half destroy the mix by “double-dipping” the audio when I open VLC to monitor the stream in the isolation room. Here’s when having a dedicated sound-person can help!
20:16 bridge section of Bomb Squad (synth madness)
23:40 So Dance (dance like yer from the hood)
25:11 drums sound check (home made kick mic)
27:00 moment of realisation I had VLC double the sound
27:23 11 seconds of dead air golly
28:00 video for Da Herbal Nite under construction.
29:00 start working on Finale Ule
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OBS-Studio on Kubuntu, Logic 9 on macOS 10.9, IP Webcam app on Android, cam2ip on Linux, and IP Camera on the mac webcam. I use VNC for remote control but also have a HDMI to USB box for the mac video out (thanks Josh lots-of-cables-guy).
I “went live” for the first time recently. Here is the evidence… more of a sound-check type thing but I have big plans for this… this test stream was at facebook.com/tomachi.tv