Podcasts

Reblogged from Dan Patterson : Blog:

A podcaster’s thoughts on podcasting.

I create radio shows and podcasts for a living. With a few brief exceptions, I’ve spent my career behind mixing consoles and microphones. I began my radio carrer in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. I worked my way from the college radio station, KBHU, up to drive-time spots at various…

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KoPoint’s studio recording space on the border of Soho and Chinatown in Manhattan sits one floor above the space once-known as ‘Abby Road of Rap,’ Chung King Studios. In the 1980s the spacewas home to early incarnations of Def Jam and served as the audio laboratory for legends like Run DMC, Nas, The Beastie Boys, and LL Cool J. This episode of KoPoint – an excerpt from Stuart Tracte’s Beer Diplomacy EP 099 – producer and musician Frank Radice recounts a brief history of our recording space.

Chung King Studios – Rap History at the KoPoint Studio

Chung King Studios – Rap History at the KoPoint Studio

Chung King Studios – Rap History at the KoPoint Studio


KoPoint’s studio recording space on the border of Soho and Chinatown in Manhattan sits one floor above the space once-known as ‘Abby Road of Rap,’ Chung King Studios. In the 1980s the space was home to early incarnations of Def Jam and served as the audio laboratory for legends like Run DMC, Rick Rubin, Puffy, Nas, The Beastie Boys, and LL Cool J. This episode of KoPoint – an excerpt from Stuart Tracte’s Beer Diplomacy EP 099 – producer and musician Frank Radice recounts a brief history of our recording space.

Download Audio: Chung King Studios – Rap History at the KoPoint Studio