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Bryant has always had an interest in music during his childhood, and is a multi-instrumentalist experienced with bass, drums and most recently violin! He got his interest in audio technology when he attempted to record demos for his bands and friends during his 20’s, and what started off as a curiosity soon developed into a passion.
Starting with bands, Bryant focused in on spoken word projects; podcasts and audiobooks being the bulk of his focus.
Corinne is a Virtual Assistant who remotely assists folks who need help, are overwhelmed, are growing businesses, or who have been burdened by so many administrative tasks that they no longer have time to do the creative thing that started it all. She’s also a certified makeup artist, creative writer, and cat owner.
An active audio engineer, Dasha specializes in classical music and podcast editing. Dasha currently works for Arts Laureate as an audio engineer, producing virtual choir, band, and orchestra pieces for a wide variety of projects, alongside working at Astronomic Audio as a podcast editor. Prior to this, Dasha has gained experience as a recording engineer and orchestra stage manager by working at the Aspen Summer Music Festival and numerous concert halls in the Tallahassee, FL region.
Dillon started podcasting as a hobby in 2016. In 2018 he decided to dive into the professional podcasting world by going back to school for Audio Broadcasting. Since then he has worked at several different radio stations and has produced multiple podcasts including 2 award-winning shows. When he’s not working in audio, he’s probably playing video games or Dungeons and Dragons.
Jackson is musician, actor, and podcaster from Calgary, Alberta. With his band Jackson Reed and The Silverbirds, Jackson has performed in Canada and the US, released an EP, and put out the succesful single “Dangerous Lover”, which featured John Mellencamp drummer Kenny Aronoff. As an actor, Jackson has appeared on shows such as Tegan and Sara’s “High School”, and had a leading role in a short film produced by the Calgary-based Light Factory. In 2021, Jackson entered the podcasting world with his very own show “Guess That Record.” The music themed podcast has allowed Jackson to interview high profile guests such as Toto’s David Paich, Jim Vallance, Kelly Hrudey, and Paul McCartney’s horn section the Hot City Horns. With a degree in Journalism from Mount Royal University, Jackson is extremely skilled in the field of communications. In his free time, Jackson is a big fan of the Calgary Flames and regularly attends games at the Saddledome.
Max is a drummer, composer and audio/video editor. After years of being in recording studio and being the guy that was always asking questions to recording engineers, he made the jump to being a full time editor 4 years ago. He has edited over 1000 podcasts since.