#104 Danny Daze II: Spatial audio and the return of NFTs, "I'm future-proofing my work"
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Welcoming Danny Daze back for a second appearance on the podcast. Danny graced us with his presence on episode 32, but a lot has happened since then both in the scene generally and in Danny's life too.  We get deep into his recent album and visual project, Blue, which is a great piece of music but also a really interesting example of how to build a truly engaging visual element into the album format. We talk about constructing spatial audio mixes, Dolby Atmos, the audience perception of albums, and the music itself... it's not a dancefloor record, but is it IDM? Additionally, we also discuss topical issues in the scene... developments in music AI, and also (deep breath) the return of NFTs and the crypto market! So this one's definitely worth checking.  If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! There are two tiers - "Solidarity" for $4 a month, which features the show without ads, regular bonus podcasts, and extra content. And "Musicality" which for a mere $10 a month gets you all the music we release on Hotflush and affiliate labels AND other music too, some of which never comes out anywhere else. You can also make a one-off donation to the podcast using either a credit or debit card, or with Paypal. Head over to scubaofficial.io/support. Plus there's also a private area for Patreon supporters in the Hotflush Discord Server... but anyone can join the conversation there in the public channels, so please do! Listen to all (most of) the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlist Follow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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