Rob Tacey's insight: I know that this article is dance music oriented with it's chatter about beat matching, remix sets, and all that sorta thing but the mindset behind the article is applicable no matter what kind of tunes you've got in the queue. Keep your listeners in mind.
Hey, goslings! I’m horrifically embarrassed. Yesterday I discovered that I had some settings wrong at Studio Sizzly. The symptom of this oversight is nothing short of squishy, squashy, wobbly, icky sound quality on Disasterpiece Theater. It’s fixed now and sounding absolutely fabulous.
While there's still few details and no official announcement, AOL is shutting down its AOL Music news properties and is firing their employees, according to tweets from the official AOL Music site Spinner's account and some staff.
Wow! It’s been a whole (fabulous) year of Disasterpiece Theater on Live365. The first thing I want to do is thank all of my listeners. I gotta tell you, the station wouldn’t be nearly as cool and fun to run if it wasn’t for my fuzzy lil’ minions. Second, I want to thank my sweetie for only occasionally rolling her eyes when I spout of some of the nifty projects that spin off from DPT.