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The Musical Streets of Málaga

Take a virtual trip to the streets of Málaga. Click below, but don’t forget your headphones or earbuds. Please let me know what you think in the comments. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy it!

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Madrid is Calling You

After a tremendous response to the binaural soundscape I did of Madrid’s Rastro–you said, “¡Más, más!”–I got right on it. Here it is. Remember, you must wear earbuds or headphones to enjoy the three-dimensional sound experience. I hope you like it, and if you do, it would be a big help if you leave a review on iTunes for me (click the link and then hit the “View in iTunes” button, where you’ll see the menu for Ratings and Reviews). Thank you for your support!

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Madrid’s Rastro: A Feast for the Ears

My latest podcast takes you on a sound-rich tour of the Rastro. Using custom built microphones and a special setup, I recorded this in binaural audio, which is incredibly immersive and three dimensional. You’ll feel like you’re there. If you’ve never heard binaural audio recordings before, you’re in for a treat. (To get the effect, you have to wear headphones or earbuds.)

I’d love to hear your comments! Thanks for listening.

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New Podcast: A Spanish Lunch

Just a quick note to share what I’ve been up to lately with my good friend Ben Curtis. Many of you have probably seen his blog or listened to his podcast before–he’s been writing and talking about Spain longer than anyone else on the internet! For the past five years we’ve been having lunch on a regular basis and we’ve had so much fun eating our way across Madrid and elsewhere that we’ve teamed up to create a new podcast about it.

Check it out!

www.aspanishlunch.com

If you like it and you’d like to give us a hand promoting it, please rate our show on iTunes, it would be a huge help for us. Thank you and hasta pronto!

Mike

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Jamón, The Podcast. Part One

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My good friend Graham Roumieu, a very accomplished visual artist, made the above illustration for my podcast cover art. (And this one blinks every five seconds. Cool, eh?) I think it’s perfect. Funny but also elegantly simple and incisive. Thank you Graham!

In this first of a two-part series about jamón Iberico de bellota, I talk about the history of pigs and pork with author Mark Essig. If you are a fan of food and history, buy his book (see the affiliate link below). It’s impeccably researched and written in a plain, clear prose style, making it both enjoyable to read as well incredibly informative.

Get a taste of it by hitting play on the podcast link below. I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!


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