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🎫Building a Virtual Reality Music Venue during Lockdown

Back when we first went into lockdown here in the UK, there wasn’t a whole lot you could do outside of your home, and people (or at least I) went to TV and radio, video calls…

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Tech 🎧Audio 🔴Broadcast

Keeping student radio alive during lockdown: 2021 (Update)

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post on remotely broadcasting during the lockdown, and explained my concept for virtualised remote broadcasting in a remote VM using Discord. A little while after writing that post,…

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Tech 🎧Audio 🔴Broadcast 🎙In the studio 🎵Music 🎥Video

🎥Streaming live music sessions for student radio…

BACKDATED POST  Earlier this year, before lockdown; me and Peter Riggs launched ‘Brayford Afterdark’ with the goal to help promote and grow smaller artists through our network – a student ran music discovery service if you like, much…

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Tech 🎧Audio 🔴Broadcast

📻BrayfordAnywhere v1 – My radio studio in the cloud project

Hi! If you read my last post you’d know that I’ve been experimenting with ways people can seamlessly broadcast without the need of a permanent studio – perhaps if you have presenters at home that can’t…

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Tech 🎧Audio 🔴Broadcast 🎵Music

🎧Remotely broadcasting in the world of student radio

With all that’s going on in the world, reliable, easy to use remote broadcasting is more important than ever before for many radio stations. In a couple of posts, I’m going to explore how possible it is in a student radio environment for our team to broadcast externally without any fancy external OB gear.

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Welcome to my blog! 🤘🏻

Hi there! Welcome to my blog, I aim to use this platform mainly to share various technical projects and challenges I find myself working on in the world of being an audio, visual and broadcast engineer.…

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Studio Recording – University of Lincoln

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Hello world!

This is the first post! It was automatically generated by WordPress at the University of Lincoln’s blogging service back in the day. I like to keep it around as a reminder of when I started this…