I’ve only gone and done it. I’ve created a Ukulele Go podcast. To begin with the podcast essentially takes content from the website and lets you access it as audio so you can listen to it on the go. It’s not a show in it’s own right with guests but who knows where it will go?
The Ukulele Go podcast is available on a number of platforms (so if you already listen to podcasts and have a favourite you won’t need to download a new app or anything) the following platforms…
Please give it a listen and let me know what you think. I’m planing on releasing a new episode at least every couple of weeks. Your feedback would be appreciated.
If you do like the podcast then I’d hugely appreciate reviews on whatever platform that you’re using. It would really help me out!
9 thoughts on “I’ve Launched A Podcast”
Great job on getting that tune down, Dave! The metronome and your practice schedule, to constantly push yourself and boost the tempo, paid off!
Thanks Drew, yeah it seems to work really well and it’s a good way to make sure that you always progress every single session
Great advice and good quality audio to boot. I think one of the key takeaways is the idea of having deliberate practice sessions with a specific goal in mind.
Thanks Jon, really appreciate the feedback!
Is there a podcast link? I use two different ones compatible on a ‘droid and they are not listed. However, both work when there is a podcast link
Hi Moses, what app do you use? I use Podcast Addict myself (on Android) it should be available through a search
Great work, Dave.
After abandoning quite a few podcasts because of their lengthy episodes with very little content, I must say that I appreciate your conciseness.
Thanks Choan, I think your playing skills are beyond this podcast!
Although I don’t normally take time to follow this site, I certainly appreciated your podcast on the use of metronomes to slow down to play better and speed up to play faster.