Keith Fredrickson and Daniel Kutcher

GSP #15: We Introduce the Personal Musical Update

GSP #15: We Introduce the Personal Musical Update

Getcha Some Productions Podcast Episode 15 https://reverb.grsm.io/GetchaSome (https://reverb.grsm.io/GetchaSome) A podcast covering all things related to music production: from the first note to the last fan and everything in between. Not your typical “how-to” podcast: For a new listeners, each episode is a live business meeting. We are figuring out how to build a music production company (a media empire) as we go and listeners come along for the ride. Every podcast is a business meeting, every business meeting is a podcast. This podcast is (always) candid and unrehearsed. In this episode we discuss: Dan is in upstate New York enjoying the fresh air for the time being. It’s been a while since we’ve done a podcast. At the time of recording episode 14 the podcast was live because it was posted on our website. Now, at the time of recording episode 15 it’s even more live because it is now been pushed to all the Podcast distribution platforms like apple podcasts etc. We are a base 10 society but the aliens are base 12. This is a very important episode because we are base 10 and this is episode 15 and five is half of 10 so obviously this is an important episode for us. Because we’re not aliens. Or are we?!?! We start off by talking about how we are going to advertise the podcast now that it’s live. First idea is to post it on Facebook. Easy! Stupid! Stupid easy! I’m not just going to post it on my personal Facebook but I’m also going to post it to the Bay Ridge Musician’s page. We’ve been talking a lot about interviewing people on this podcast we have not interviewed anyone yet. We need to get on that. We have not started the mailing list yes but we do have the ability to collect emails now since the drip account is set up and there is a form on the website that will collect emails now. I actually test the email collection form on the website live on the podcast which is really great podcasting. The newsletter Opt in email says get ready for the boom BAP which is a bit ridiculous. This is reminding us that we actually have to work on it and have some thing a little more substantial than some silly placeholder. Or maybe not. Maybe we’ll just keep that as it is. YouTube should be a good platform for us to utilize and we should pay a lot more attention to it. Dan actually uses YouTube personally more than the other platforms. Something that I forgot to do was check with her captivate has a tool to automatically upload the podcast to YouTube. We need to have some kind of YouTube strategy that we develop for our channel. For the business. Another reminder is that we want to draft a formal business plan for Getcha Some Productions and even put the final plan on Amazon for sale as a finished product or as a template for people who want to create their own businesses. It was in this episode that we invented the personal musical update portion of the show. This is going to occur at the beginning of the show and it’ll just be a small thing that either Dan or I or both of us wanna highlight about what we’ve been up to this week at Music. Right now, this podcast sucks but we’re always trying to innovate what we do on the show each week to get a little bit better. Dan did have an update this week. He is upstate in the mountains right now and he brought his acoustic guitar. Dan was playing with shapes. He is very intuitive with his musicality, as he says. So he was just playing with shapes and moving shapes around. On the guitar, that is. He was playing with the pattern, a picking pattern, that involved a four note pattern with the rest so it was basically in a 5 meter - Dan loves odd meters. Dan mentioned that he thought that would’ve made a really good video which I completely agreed with. We should be making more videos. This particular episode was recorded on July 17, 2020. We are still in quarantine at this time. Hi have been subletting a separate apartment in Brooklyn so that I could...

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