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Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 019: Service, Justice, and Creation

It’s a (parked) car-cast episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick! I continue to experiment with using my Audio-Technica lavaliere mic to allow me to do more spontaneous podcasting without worrying about finding the perfect time or perfect environment.

This episode includes…

  • What I recognized about my sense of personal justice following two lousy (and one good) customer service experiences
  • Why a service-based approach is so important
  • My new mentoring / coaching service for writers, Your Story Buddy, including a listener-only discount offer on your first session
  • Voicemail feedback for Sonitotum 018 from Christopher Miller

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The Music!

The opening theme song of Sonitotum is “Anastasia” written, performed, and recorded by yours truly, Matthew Wayne Selznick. You can hear or buy the full song on YouTube, Spotify, Amazon.com, iTunes, or just about anywhere you can buy or stream music online.

The closing and interstitial music is a little ditty I call “Gwinton,” also by yours truly, Matthew Wayne Selznick. It’s super-short and really just a looping thing, so it’s not available outside of the show.

On both songs, I play a 1972 Gibson Ripper bass guitar and a Fender “Bullet” Squire electric guitar. On “Anastasia,” the drums are performed on an Akai Professional MPD218 MIDI drum pad controller. For “Gwinton,” the drums are royalty-free loops found in the excellent Mixcraft Pro Studio software, which was also used to record, mix, and master both “Anastasia” and “Gwinton.”

Podcast Production and Hosting

Sonitotum is usually recorded using an Aurycle a460 large diaphragm studio condenser microphone through a Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD (audio interface for directly connecting microphones and musical instruments to a computer). Outdoor / remote episodes are often recorded using my Audio-Technica ATR-3350IS omnidirectional condenser lavalier mic. The show is edited and mixed in Adobe Audition. The episode files are hosted and delivered by Zencast.fm; the website is hosted by Dreamhost.

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Affiliate Declaration

Many of the links in these show notes are to products and services with which I have an affiliate relationship. This means that when you purchase that product or engage in that service, or, in some cases, related products or services, I may receive a modest commission at no extra expense to you. This is a great way to help support Sonitotum and my related creative endeavors, so thanks for doing business with these companies!

Licensing

Sonitotum, including the Sonitotum podcast media, is released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) License. You are free to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format under the following terms:

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  • NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.
  • NoDerivatives — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material.
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Comments

  • Glad to find you’re keeping up the podcasts! Just finished listening to this one. Going to listen to the most recent one (episode 20) next and hopefully work up the nerve to send you a voice/audio comment. Also in regards to your listener’s voice comment: Been wanting to get back into D&D myself; I only worry about the time commitment.

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      Matthew Wayne Selznick

      Hi Harold! Thanks for the comment, and for the voice comment. You’ll hear me acknowledge it in episode 21, although per your request I won’t include the actual audio in the episode.

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