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John March

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Newly-ordained priests: Fr. Peter Gallagher and Fr. John March

Talking Catholic

Baby priest is a term of endearment for those men who are newly ordained to the priesthood. On today’s podcast we chat with two fresh priests only 48 hours after their ordination: Fr. Peter Gallagher and Fr. John March. The two newest priests of the Diocese of Camden sit down with Kari Janisse and Mike Walsh to discuss their VERY different vocation journeys and what was more nerve-racking, their ordination or their first Mass. It’s an absolutely stellar conversation that you won’t want to miss, and that will give you great hope for the future of the priesthood. To learn more about becoming a priest, go to: https://camdenpriest.org/.Listen to Talking Catholic on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Alexa or at https://talking.catholicstarherald.org/show/talking-catholic/You can also catch us on Domestic Church Media radio Sundays at 11 AM or Mondays at 4 PM https://domesticchurchmedia.org.Follow us on...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkingCatholicInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingcatholic/Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkingcatholic

1hr 7mins

22 Jun 2020

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Vernan & John March 7, 2020

North Oakland AA

48mins

6 Apr 2020

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10-13-19 "The Purpose of Wisdom is Trust" - John March

Evergreen Church

The Purpose of Wisdom is Trust | Proverbs 22:17-19John March, preaching

39mins

15 Oct 2019

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Rules, Shmules with John March & David Bondelevitch | 109

Sync Club

How much do you allow "the rules" to impact your creative songwriting and mixing choices? What is the right balance? Listen in on the continued conversation with audio engineers and educators John March and David Bondelevitch while they discuss naming conventions, finding the right team, and the challenges of starting a career in the music industry. "Don’t try and be everything all at once. You know, it took me 40 years to be a good session musician, a good mixer and producer to the point where I'm comfortable doing any of those roles. But when you're starting, figure it out and get a good team around you. Collaborate with people."Guest Host: David BondelevitchDavid Bondelevitch is an Emmy-award winning sound editor and re-recording mixer. He has also won two Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards and has been nominated twenty-six times. He is Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver. David is Past President of the MPSE and spent 14 years on the board of the Cinema Audio Society. He holds an MFA in Cinema Production from USC.He is also a member of the Television Academy, the Recording Academy, AFM Local 47, Film Independent, and the International Documentary Association. Recent Work by David: Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Fourhttps://tinyurl.com/yxenammaThe Trauma of Sanctuary by Deborah Esquenazihttps://tinyurl.com/yxbnvnxhJohn March – AV Media Consultant and Producer, Sound Mixer, Sound Designer and Social activist.For the last 40 years, John has been working freelance as an audio craftsman/technologist, Producer, and A/V technology consultant, as well as a session musician in multiple areas of expertise and development. He is currently focused entirely on creating opportunities that utilize his aggregate skill-sets and diverse professional experience to help solve problems that serve the greater good, and supports the community. In collaboration with ALOC Media, ALOCMedia.com, he works as a freelance Senior Producer and consultant. He is entirely focused on creating affordable high-quality media and content for Non-profits, educational institutions, artists, musicians/bands and entrepreneurs. www.zenavguy.comwww.syncclubpodcast.comTwitter @syncclubpodcast

21mins

18 Sep 2019

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Inside Tracks with John March & David Bondelevitch | 107

Sync Club

Have you ever thought about best practices for creating your sound recordings for film and television? Guest host David Bondelevitch joins Steve to speak with musician and audio technician John March about music and audio for film and TV. Join the conversation with two seasoned audio engineers who bring a wide range of experience, from music production to feature length films. "And then the one thing I tell everybody who works for me is never ever give a demo to anybody, or a recording or a mix, to anybody that isn’t the absolute best possible representation of who you are. Don’t rush, don’t just try and get it out of the door. "~John MarchGuest Host: David BondelevitchDavid Bondelevitch is an Emmy-award winning sound editor and re-recording mixer. He has also won two Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards and has been nominated twenty-six times. He is Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver. David is Past President of the MPSE and spent 14 years on the board of the Cinema Audio Society. He holds an MFA in Cinema Production from USC.He is a also member of the Television Academy, the Recording Academy, AFM Local 47, Film Independent, and the International Documentary Association. Recent Work by David: Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Fourhttps://tinyurl.com/yxenammaJohn March – AV Media Consultant and Producer, Sound Mixer, Sound Designer and Social activist.For the last 40 years, John has been working freelance as an audio craftsman/technologist, Producer, and A/V technology consultant, as well as a session musician in multiple areas of expertise and development. He is currently focused entirely on creating opportunities that utilize his aggregate skill-sets and diverse professional experience to help solve problems that serve the greater good, and supports the community. In Collaboration with ALOC Media, ALOCMedia.com, he works as a freelance Senior Producer and consultant. He is entirely focused on creating affordable high-quality media and content for Non-profits, educational institutions, artists, musicians/bands and entrepreneurs.www.zenavguy.com

34mins

4 Sep 2019

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HIS 247 Modern Africa John March 3/13/2008

HIS 247 20th Century World History - OPTIONAL LECTURES

1hr 4mins

8 Jul 2009