Launch Pad Audio is excited to announce that we have been contracted to run sound for the Horse Radio Network’s live broadcasts each night at the Lexington Convention Center during the 2010 Altech FEI World Equestrian Games. We will post information on the show times as soon as scheduling dates and times are finalized.
We are excited to be further expanding our work with the Horse Radio Network here in Lexington, with the addition of The Western Radio Show to our weekly editing roster. The first episode is already up, so check it out!
Launch Pad Audio is pleased to announce a new show that is being added to our line-up of great podcasts from the Horse Radio Network – The Jumping Radio Show. Tune in to catch great info, inspiring interviews, and all the current news from the world of jumping!
Launch Pad Audio is excited to announce our newest customer – Lexington based Horse Radio Network, the leader in online equine news, talk and entertainment! Launch Pad Audio will be editing the 2010 Radio Show, The Dressage Radio Show, The Eventing Radio Show, and The Stable Scoop Radio Show each week, so be sure to tune in and listen for a great mix of useful information and entertainment!
We’ve moved to Lexington! Cat and I are definitely excited about the new city and the possibilities for new business! The studio’s being moved now – we should be up and running by June 1st.
Launch Pad Audio is proud to announce its new collaboration with Music Makers Instructional Studio and Instrument Shop. Launch Pad Audio has moved our gear into the Music Makers Studio space, and is now offering full recording services, contemporary arrangement and composition, and a series of Audio Production Workshops, as well as individual Recording Arts lessons.
Located in Historic Artist’s Village, Berea, Music Makers is an Acoustic Instrument shop which specializes in folk, bluegrass, and traditional music styles. Launch Pad Audio will be handling contemporary music production projects, including rock, pop, hip-hop and electronic music. Our gear is in, and were ready to start cutting tracks!