Measurements of Sound: Volumes 01 – 04

Measurements of Sound: Volume 01

Measurements of Sound: Volume 02

Measurements of Sound: Volume 03

Measurements of Sound: Volume 04

I’m going to change the pace today and post about some music. Other then my tangents about metal, things are normally design-related around these parts but one of my good friends and fellow designer, Ryan Grant has been creating some outstanding podcasts well worth noting. If you’re anything like me, you enjoy having some good music playing as you get things done, and I can’t think of a better soundtrack then what Ryan has put together.

He runs a music-related blog called Here to Destroy, where he posts all kinds of interesting articles, videos and yearly music round-ups. His podcast series is called Measurements of Sound and he currently has 4 excellent installments. The images you see above are the digital covers Ryan launched with each release. I highly recommend checking them out, here are the direct links to the ‘casts and the track listings:

• Measurements of Sound: Volume 01
• Measurements of Sound: Volume 02
• Measurements of Sound: Volume 03
• Measurements of Sound: Volume 04

In terms of my own musical tastes, I owe Ryan a lot. We met in graphic design back in 1995 when I was still an 18-year-old dummy, and it was because of Ryan that I took such a great interest in music, specifically of the metal variety. So I can vouch for him, these podcasts are quality. Be sure to check out HeretoDESTROY.com, and say hello to Ryan on Twitter.

3 Comments

  1. Nice idea. And his visuals are pretty darn cool too.

  2. Thanks a bunch for the post! I hope my site doesn’t break from all the clicks. If this results in repeat visitors, I might actually have to put some effort into consistent updates. Which of course wouldn’t be a bad thing.

  3. Also, thanks a lot for all the kind words. If only you and I ever dug these big assed mp3 files I’ve been making, then I’d call that mission accomplished. As far as I’m concerned, here’s no better endorsement than getting some positive feedback from the head honcho at Signalnoise Design Studio.

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