Chris Curran is the Founder and Lead Instructor of the Podcast Engineering School and host of The Podcast Engineering Show. He also currently produces or has produced podcasts for Forbes, Dun & Bradstreet, Johnson & Johnson, ePlus Technology, AAPD, as well as select business authors including Pamela S. Harper, Dr. Dan Peters, Laura Shin, Dr. Laura Mattia, and Erik Townsend. Chris has previously been on staff at some of the most prestigious recording facilities in the world: The Hit Factory, The Soundtrack Group, and Quad Recording. He has many album credits including engineer, producer or assistant engineer roles on projects with Foreigner, Sarah McLachlan, MC Hammer, Itzhak Perlman, Naughty by Nature, Ice Cube, Jeff Buckley, Philip Bailey, Biohazard, God Street Wine, Biggie Smalls, Puffy, Heavy D., Helmet, Monster Magnet, Nuno Bettencourt, Onyx, Quicksand, Savatage and many others. Chris is also the founder of Fractal Recording (a complete podcast production solution for mid-to-large companies), host of several podcasts including The Podcast Engineering Show and The Mystic Show, as well as author of Leap Beyond Your Limits. When not working, Chris facilitates retreats and meetups with Pause Your Life, and enjoys hiking.
Sergio Lerner, the head of innovation of IOV Labs and the creator of the Rootstock side chain, describes a pattern he discovered in early Bitcoin mining that he called Patoshi and why people are talking about it now. In this episode he explains: what the Patoshi pattern is what connection it has to Satoshi why the pattern exists how the pattern is being used now in a current court case in which Craig Wright is claiming he is Satoshi Nakamoto how the Patoshi pattern was used this week to evaluate a set of transactions involving early bitcoins signed with the statement, "Craig Steven Wright is a liar and fraud" how it can be determined whether or not recent transactions were mined under the Patoshi pattern Take our survey! Tell us what would you like to see from Unchained! Please take a moment to fill out the survey to let us know what you’d like from the show: surveymonkey.com/r/unchained2020. Crypto.com has offered our survey respondents a chance to win a metal MCO Visa card — and Crypto.com will stake these cards indefinitely! Ten lucky winners will enjoy card benefits including free Spotify, free Netflix and 3% back on all spending, and they’ll earn extra interest on their crypto deposit and more!  Thanks, Crypto.com! Again, take the survey now: surveymonkey.com/r/unchained2020. Unchained is hiring! Come work at Unchained! We have an opening for a remote editorial assistant — find out more about the gig and apply here: https://unchainedpodcast.com/seeking-remote-editorial-assistant/ Thank you to our sponsors!  Crypto.com: https://crypto.com Nexo: https://nexo.io DeversiFi: https://www.deversifi.com/ Episode links:  Sergio Demian Lerner: https://twitter.com/SDLerner First blog post about the Patoshi pattern: https://bitslog.com/2013/04/17/the-well-deserved-fortune-of-satoshi-nakamoto/ Block 3654: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/block/3654 Photo of where block 3654 fits against the Patoshi pattern: https://twitter.com/nic__carter/status/1263130214726582272/photo/1 More background on the Craig Wright case: theblockcrypto.com/linked/66657/plaintiffs-in-craig-wright-case-present-new-evidence-that-he-fabricated-his-list-of-bitcoin-addresses-and-blocks  https://www.coindesk.com/craig-wright-called-fraud-message-signed-bitcoin-addresses-satoshi The addresses moved this week: https://www.reddit.com/r/bsv/comments/gq8ao1/more_than_100_addresses_with_unmoved_bitcoin/ https://paste.debian.net/plain/1148565 BitMEX Research on the recent transactions:  https://twitter.com/BitMEXResearch/status/1264989743139500033?s=20 Stephen Palley's take on what this means for Craig Wright's claim: https://twitter.com/stephendpalley/status/1265739610434473984?s=20  Links from news recap: https://unchainedpodcast.com/the-15-year-old-with-a-private-jet-account/
My guest is Ray A. Rayburn - Audio and Acoustic Consultant, Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, and Member of the Acoustical Society of America. His audio "specialties" include legislative sound systems, church sound & acoustics, acoustic measurements, audio DSP programming, standards development for the AES and InfoComm. Check out Ray's articles, resume, and business selling mics and such: Superlux Microphones. We discussed a TON including: Attending monthly AES meetings in NYC early in his career. In 1984, Ray's involvement in upgrading Saturday Night Live's control room from mono to stereo. In 1992, Ray's involvement in installing the first all digital sound system in the world in the US Senate Chamber! A huge mix-minus setup with 100+ inputs and 100+ outputs! Settings drift - due to temperature and age. What should new podcasters know? Minimize the sound of your room's noise and reflections. Get the mic close to your mouth. Use pop filters/windscreens. Speech intelligibility is dependent on 2 things - BG Noise and Reverb. Wireless mics - mic, transmitter (limited power), receiver Tiny microphones Thanks for being a great guest, Ray! DID YOU KNOW........We exist for the purpose of helping you, so please comment below with any questions or remarks. We appreciate you listening. Want to Start a Business or Have a Career as a Podcast Producer/Engineer? Listen and Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, TuneIn, Android, RSS, Email
 Help individuals and groups cope with emotions from major reorganizations, layoffs & more One of the biggest leadership issues coming from the COVID-19 pandemic combined with the volatile economy is how to help yourself and others cope with the many emotions triggered by major changes such as large-scale reorganizations, layoffs, pay cuts, and much more. How can you best lead yourself and others through feelings of uncertainty and loss while at the same time looking ahead to the future? In revisiting this timeless episode, Scott and I speak with Dr. Leslie Austin about how you can help bring out the best in your organization during major changes. Leslie is an executive coach, organizational consultant, and psychotherapist with the focus of helping companies and individual executives live up to their full potential. Leslie appears frequently in international, national and local radio, television and print media and has an extensive list of media credentials including frequent regular appearances as a guest expert on CNN/HLN with Nancy Grace, Court TV with Nancy Grace and all the major hosts there, business podcasts, and much more.  (read more about Leslie below) You’ll gain insights on: Why acceptance of difficult emotions in ourselves and others is critical to effectively leading your organization through major crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic When and how a CEO should approach emotionally distressed individuals and groups Three immediately useful guidelines for leading yourself and others through major change Jump to resource & download links for this episode * PC download: Right Click, then select “Save file as” * Mac download: Control-Click, then select “Save link as” You are the model for everybody in your company for staying centered and riding through change. – Dr. Leslie AustinTweet This About Dr. Leslie Austin Dr. Leslie Austin is a psychotherapist, executive coach, and organizational consultant. Her work spans companies of all sizes in many industries. Her insights about helping people understand and take control of their emotions and behavior helps them to consistently make successful, values-based, high-road decisions. Leslie has also achieved success as a keynote and motivational speaker. She’s made numerous appearances in the media as a frequent and regular guest expert on CNN/HLN with Nancy Grace, Court TV, business podcasts, and much more. Read More about Dr. Leslie Austin Resources for This Episode Listen to our Episode 4 interview with Leslie Austin: “Leading Difficult Star Performers“ Open a Conversation With Us Contact us with your questions and suggestions for Growth Igniters Radio. Read the Episode 31 Transcript For your convenience, we’ve transcribed this conversation, with minor edits for written clarity. Read the transcript. © 2020. All rights reserved. Growth Igniters and Growth Igniters Radio are service marks of Business Advancement, Inc. Opinions expressed by our guests are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect those of Business Advancement Inc.
This week’s Unchained is my panel at Ready Layer One! We talk everything layer one with four key players and projects -- Illia Polosukhin of NEARprotocol, Zaki Manian of Cosmos, Rob Habermeier of Polkadot, and Arthur Breitman of Tezos — to find out how these projects plan to compete with Ethereum and attract developers and users. We discuss:  What platforms they are building and at which stage in development they are  How they differentiate themselves from Ethereum, and what problems they believe need to be solved  How they plan to attract devs in an industry of network effects  Whether or not Bitcoin and Ethereum are direct competitors Whether, in the long run, crypto will be more winner-take-all or there will be multiple, interoperable chains   How they plan to bring new users into the space How they think the transition to ETH2.0 will shake up the existing blockchain space Take our survey! Tell us what would you like to see from Unchained! Please take a moment to fill out the survey to let us know what you'd like from the show: surveymonkey.com/r/unchained2020. Crypto.com has offered our survey respondents a chance to win a metal MCO Visa card -- and Crypto.com will stake these cards indefinitely! Ten lucky winners will enjoy card benefits including free Spotify, free Netflix and 3% back on all spending, and they’ll earn extra interest on their crypto deposit and more!  Thanks, Crypto.com! Again, take the survey now: surveymonkey.com/r/unchained2020. Unchained is hiring! Come work at Unchained! We have an opening for a remote editorial assistant — find out more about the gig and apply here: https://unchainedpodcast.com/seeking-remote-editorial-assistant/ Thank you to our sponsors!  Crypto.com: https://crypto.com/ Kraken: https://www.kraken.com Stellar: https://www.stellar.org/ Episode links:  Illia Polosukhin: https://twitter.com/ilblackdragon Near protocol: https://near.org Zaki Manian: https://twitter.com/zmanian Cosmos: https://cosmos.network Rob Habermeier: https://twitter.com/rphmeier Polkadot: https://polkadot.network Arthur Breitman: https://twitter.com/ArthurB Tezos: https://tezos.com Near protocol on mainnet: https://near.org/blog/near-mainnet-genesis/ Electric Capital report on the number of developers in Ethereum: https://unchainedpodcast.com/electric-capital-on-the-coins-punching-below-their-weight/
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Birthdate
Apr 12th, 1972
Location
Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Episode Count
1264
Podcast Count
17
Total Airtime
1 month, 17 hours