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War Stories with Chris Tobin

Posted by Kirk Harnack [TWiRT] on August 27, 2015

TWiRT 270On this “War Stories” edition of TWiRT, we draw upon Chris Tobin’s years of experience in the radio engineering trenches. From power outages to gelled diesel fuel to police inquiries and “shelter in place”, Chris has been there and done that - and lived to tell about it.

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering

SBE President, Joe Snelson

Posted by Kirk Harnack [TWiRT] on August 27, 2015

TWiRT 269The Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) is the only organization devoted to the advancement of all levels and types of broadcast engineering. And for two consecutive terms, the SBE’s members have elected Joe Snelson as president of their organization. Joe joins us to discuss the terrific educational and career advancement opportunities from SBE, as well as some regulatory issues from the SBE’s perspective.

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering

Did You Test ALL of It?

Posted by Kirk Harnack [TWiRT] on August 27, 2015

TWiRT 268When it comes to testing your generator, don’t do what Kirk did; do what Chris says and does - test the entire generator system. Chris Tobin runs through a verbal checklist of steps to take now to prep for fall and winter weather. Plus SBE Ennes Workshops and a preview of automated site testing.

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Just Aim that Dish at My RV

Posted by Kirk Harnack [TWiRT] on August 27, 2015

TWiRT_267Can you go camping in your RV and still get over 100 Megabit Internet?  Bryan Jones can, and he joins us to show us how.  Plus studio pics from hit107 and TripleM in Adelaide, Australia. And Chris Tobin reveals exactly what’s in his “Go Kit.”

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering

Alex Kosiorek, Recording Engineer

Posted by Kirk Harnack [TWiRT] on August 7, 2015

TWiRT 266Recording techniques and tools are still evolving - and some truly exciting Immersive Surround tech is emerging right now. Recording engineer, Alex Kosiorek, joins Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack with lessons in modern recording technique, why 96kHz sampling is important, and what jobs are demanding skilled audio engineers.

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering