In this episode of the podcast, Jason Heath discusses his brand new book called “Winning the Audition” in which he combines his personal wisdom on the topic with that of dozens of guests he’s featured on his podcast over the years.
Jason has generously offered the Clarineat audience free access to the forward of the book at Contrabassconversations.com/Clarineat and one lucky winner will get the chance to win a signed copy of the paperback edition. Join the Clarineat email list for a chance to win at www.clarineat.com/subscribe.
Win a Copy of Jason’s New Book
One lucky listener will win a signed copy of Jason’s new book entitled “Winning the Audition,” in which Jason combines his personal wisdom with that of dozens of guests he’s featured on his podcast over the past 10 years.
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Everyone can download the forward from the book FREE by heading to contrabassconversations.com/clarineat
- What can all musicians learn from this book?
- Why a book when you already have the podcast?
- The three biggest reasons people get cut
- How has personal recording changed the audition process
- Tricks for recording yourself and getting the most out of these recordings
- The irony of tech in the 90s vs “trinkets” now
- Suggested recording device and apps
- Successful practice techniques
- The value of adversity training
- “Musicians are athletes of the small muscles”
- Contrabass Conversations Interview with Leon Bosh
- “Winning The Audition” by Jason Heath (Buy now: US | CAN | UK)
- Contrabass Conversations Podcast
- Shure MV88 Recorder (Buy now: US | CAN | UK)
- Suggested apps
About Jason Heath
Hi–I’m Jason Heath!
I’m the host of Contrabass Conversations, a podcast devoted to exploring music and ideas associated with the double bass. I’ve been hosting this podcast for almost a decade, and I’ve been running my bass blog even longer.
Both the blog and the podcast have led to great opportunities for me. I’ve been covered in major media outlets many times, and I was asked to become a faulty member at DePaul University and a member of the International Society of Bassists board of directors.
I’ve built a loyal audience of thousands of people worldwide, and I have an active and enthusiastic audience that I get to interact with every day.
For Jason’s complete biography, please see here: http://doublebassblog.org/about-jason