If you’re not already familiar with RIA Radio, then I would highly recommend that you check ‘em out. It’s a fantastic podcast run by Garth Braithwaite, Stacey Mulchay (bitchWhoCodes), Leif Wells, and Zach Stepek all about the Flash and development community. If you’ve been to many Flash conferences, you’ve probably seen them podcasting live from the event.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Garth the other day and we got talking. Here’s a paraphrased version of how the conversation went:
RIA Radio is all about improving the community through open discussion and Envato is all about improving community by helping devs learn and make money – our companies should be intimate friends.
We want to hear from you. Each week we give you a chance to share your thoughts, opinions and ideas. Have your say!
Do you keep a journal? Tell us about it. Ideas for the future or experiences from the past? Business or pleasure? Paper or electronic? How often do you write in it?
Hello community members and blog readers. A new series has made its way to the envato blog. I am one of its authors, Aw_Shucks and I’m an active member of the Envato community, based primarily at ActiveDen. My counterpart, BigZ who is also an ActiveDen author, will be working with me in order to produce this new series. What will this new series be about, you may ask? Well, in short our series will be about interactive sites around the web that BigZ and I will be reviewing. The point of the series is to bring to your attention current trends and innovative concepts of interactive websites and that we hope to inspire you to make a move towards making better files.
The first entry of our series is a sort of “test type”, which is usually the next stage of development after that of the prototype. (The first stage was planning. Then the “prototype” came by creating a working presentation ). But I’m sure that we’ll be changing a few things so as to improve the quality and message of our posts. So be ready to see something a little different and better as we post more throughout the series. With this in mind we introduce our first entry in the envato blog. We hope you like it.
Over the last twelve months the iPad has literally taken the technology world by storm. Apple has carved out a brand new niche in the industry, establishing the iPad as the best tablet computer available on the market. And the momentum behind this gadget shows no sign of slowing down…
Since the launch of the iPad, we’ve received countless requests from readers for a new site that’s completely dedicated to the device. I’m incredibly excited to let you know that today marks the launch of a new member in the ever-growing AppStorm family – iPad.AppStorm!
Synths, guitars, answering machines and Kinect. This week we meet the Audiotuts+ team. This post is taken from the Audiotuts+ Team page on the site.
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that actual human beings create the content here on Audiotuts+. We are in fact real people, and not just music-loving robots. In addition to numerous part-time contributors, we have a team of talented and passionate musos and producers creating all kinds of tutorials and content teaching all things audio from composing to mastering.
Browse this page to get to know us better and feel free to say hi on Twitter or on Facebook. Also, if you would like to contribute content to the site you can learn more information on our Submission Page.
Audiotuts+ is Envato’s tutorial site about music production—in fact, all things audio.
Audiotuts+ is a blog for musicians, producers and audio junkies! We feature tutorials on the tools and techniques to record, produce, mix and master tracks. We also feature weekly articles for the music obsessive. Our commisisoned tutorials are written by industry experts and professionals, but anyone with an awesome skill to showcase can contribute a post and we’ll pay $150 if we publish it. You can learn about the submission process on our Write a Tutorial page.
Visit the site today! What do you love about Audiotuts+?