Setting Up A Home Studio For Talking To Others With Samson Products

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Many of you know that I recently started a new website and podcast with fellow blogger and friend, Don Jackson of The podcast, Dad Spotlight speaks to parenting and all of the things that we deal with on a daily basis and I have to say that Don and I are having a blast thus far.

Getting this podcast off the ground took some time and we had to do a lot of research to get it right. Many people talk about the importance to just get it up and going, and I would have to agree, but Don and I also agreed that we wanted to have the structure and equipment in place to get a good sound that would bring people back again and again.

So we spent time, researched items and purchased items. We found what we needed, and what we did not need, and we are still learning a lot about this even today.


One of the things recently that I have come to find is that having only one microphone for one location just does not cut it, and having to transport my primary microphone with me wherever I go just makes no sense. That being said I was excited to work with Samson to try out a few items to set up a more mobile studio per se that allows me to record on the go, get a great recording and sound for playback too.

Samson provided me with two great items, the Samson Meteor M2 Computer speakers and the Samson Meteorite.

As Samson States about the Two:

Samson Meteor

Samson Meteor

Featuring state of the art sound processing technology and a solid all metal zinc die cast construction, the Meteor M2 pushes the boundaries of volume and sound quality for compact speakers. According to Ask Audio Magazine: “These speakers produce far more bass than speakers of this size should have the right to.” The perfect gift for the avid Netflix watcher, gamer or music freaks, the Meteor M2 provides a true stereo soundscape. 

Samson MeteoriteSamson Meteorite

Samson‘s Meteorite is the universal solution for capturing high-quality recordings on your computer. Meteorite is ideal for podcasting, creating audio for YouTube videos and recording music on your favorite software or apps. This sleek microphone will also vastly improve your ability to communicate with friends, family and business associates on programs like Skype, FaceTime and other VoIP software.


So I decided to set this up at home as a mobile studio and see what it would take to create a way to do the podcast from there (instead of in the studio environment itself). Granted, I did this without the kids around to keep the noise down. That being said, I have to say that first off, the set up was easy and seamless. There were no issues and the computer immediately accepted everything.

First off- lets start with the microphone. This small microphone takes up so little space, but it picks up a ton of sound and really provides high quality for recording purposes. I loved how the microphone simply sits in the magnetic cradle ans wirelessly connects to the base – talk about high-tech! The audio quality for the microphone was very clear and I had a hard time noticing a difference between this and my other microphone, except for the fact that I did not have a wind screen in front of this one as I do for the other one that I own.

For the price for how small this microphone was I was very impressed with the microphone itself. You get a ton of power in the petite size of this microphone!


The speakers were so retro! I loved the sleek design and the look and feel of them. They are heavy duty and provide you with amazing sound. I was really impressed with the overall design and quality of these speakers and they were such a step up from what I had used in the past. While I was not using these primarily for music, I did try them with a CD or two and found the bass to be amazing and the treble to rock as well.

Both of these products offered so much more than I expected and for the price they were a very good value and would allow you to easily set up a mobile studio for yourself in no time!

Samson Meteorite


If you would be interested in purchasing these, you can find them on Amazon through the (Aff) links below!

Samson Meteor M2 Computer speakers

Samson Meteorite.


Have you used Samson products in the past? If so, which ones and what was your experience? If not, what are you using for microphone or speakers in your own home?


Look forward to hearing your thoughts!



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Dads in the Limelight – Todd Natenberg

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Our 559th Dad in the Limelight is Todd Natenberg. I want to thank Todd Natenberg for being a part of this series. It has been great getting connected with him and now sharing Todd Natenberg with all of you.


Todd-Natenburg1&2) Tell me about yourself and your family, (as well as how you are in the limelight for my readers knowledge)

My name is Todd Natenberg and I have been super happily married six years to the most beautiful woman, Reena. We have amazing now four year old fraternal twin sons- Ari and Teddy.
Mine is a story of perseverance, endurance, passion and second chances to live a life of fulfillment.
In 2006, after two divorces with no children, I was engaged to be married in Chicago, where I hail from. My then fiancée and I broke up amicably. 24 hours later, my estranged father- who I hadn’t spoken to in 3 years tragically committed suicide. 6 months later I was laid off from a great career as a K-12 district sales manager for the Discovery Channel. In 6 months, I lost a relationship, a home, a job and a father.
My only salvation was I was in endurance training to enter the Ironman Triathlon in Madison Wisconsin. I completed the 141 mile odyssey in an astounding 16 hours, 30 minutes, never giving up in September 2007.
Through a series of unforeseen chance meetings, I returned to journalism after being away from the profession for 15 years. During that time, I enjoyed a stellar career as a star sales rep, sales manager and trainer in telecommunications,highlighted by having owned a sales training company full time for three years. I self published a successful how to book, entitled “I just got a job in sales! Now what?” Endorsed by BrianTracy, Roger Dawson and Tony Parinello. The book was my second after writing The Journey Within: 2 months on Kibbutz, which chronicled my sabbatical volunteering on an Israeli Kibbutz at 30 years old in 2000.

A former staff writer for the Chicago Daily Herald, Pulliam Fellowship recipient at The Arizona Republic and University of Missouri-Columbia star journalism graduate, where I also wrote for the Kansas City Star in college, I found myself freelancing for the Chicago Sun Times business section in 2007.


I relocated to Kansas City to accept a position as a staff writer for the Kansas City Business Journal to cover telecommunications.


In Kansas City I met my wife, a Canadian tenured piano professor at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas just outside metropolitan Kansas City.


Today, I have the dream job as a top K-12 account manager for School Specialty, selling furniture, school supplies, art, pe, early childhood, special needs and curriculum to inspire students. I freelance fatherhood columns locally and nationally.


I love my sons and being a father more than anything. It was my dream to be the best dad ever, as I did NOT have that myself.

3) What has been the largest challenge you have had in being a father?
Being the ultimate role model. Everything I do, say and act affects my sons. Every day they want to be “like me.” I am constantly asking myself these two questions in developing their strength, peace, happiness and fulfillment:
  1. Is how I’m acting how I would want them to act?
  2. In terms of nurturing, comfort, protection, and guidance, is what I’m telling them, acting to them, and understanding them what I would have wanted my father to do with me at this particular time in my life?
I tell my sons all the time I love them more than anything, I’m proud of them and that them being born was “rebirth” for me.
4) What advice would you give to other fathers?
above answer for #1 and #2
5) How have you come to balance parenthood and outside life?

My dream job enables me to be super dad. I make a great living financially and have freedom to be at all events, take them into school and even pick them up. My wife and I are a true team, we split everything in terms of household duties, individual time with our individual sons and balance our individual strengths: I’m the sports jock coach for all their athletic endeavors, she is the piano intellectual side of the house. She performed at Carnegie Hall last year and is chairperson of the University’s piano department.


As part of that, I realize the only way to be the best father is also to take care of myself- physically, spiritually, socially and emotionally. I can only be the best father when I’m at best.


I work out every day, have a strong circle of social friends and take time for myself. I try my best to provide Reena the same opportunities to take care of herself. As a very passionate, charismatic, and energetic father and husband, the key to balance is for me to show compassion, support, empathy and understanding for Reena- as well as myself. That makes me not just the best father and husband but Reena the best wife and mother. When all comes together- as it is and continues to – Ari and Teddy are the strongest, most peaceful, happy and most fulfilled.


Todd-Natenburg6) What have you learned from the fathers that you have interacted with?

Unfortunately, what not to do and how not to be. Beyond my fatherhood writer friends- like you- way too many don’t like being fathers. Or amazingly if they do they find “honor” I’m saying they don’t. Boggles my mind.


My dads favorite “joke” in my youth was saying, “I hope you become a father so your sons can do to you (negatively) what you have done to me.”


How pathetic! So many fathers I meet today still do that approach. I never complain about my amazing sons publicly. Of course, I’m human with challenges. But that’s for my wife and I to address privately. Every day I hear other fathers – and mothers- say, “Wow twins! I can’t imagine how hard that is.” Every day I retaliate with, “not at all. love into death. It’s the best!” They are always shocked and accuse me of lying about being happy. Very sad state OTHERS sometimes live in.


7) What else would you share regarding your experiences as a father thus far?
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8) What have been the most memorable experiences that you have had thus far as a parent?
  • Daily hugs, kisses greetings
  • their minute by minute  development
  • But nothing is greater than when they quote me, accept my guidance and say they want to be like me. They love the movie,l Field of Dreams because I do, they love the Roysls becuse I do, they sit in my home office to “be like me”! Teddy bats left because I taught him to. They always high five hurt people in wheelchairs because I taught  them to. They play in six year old sports leagues- 2 years ahead because I got them involved so young and have coached them to loving the games..
My most memorable experience? Being the father I never had and have always wanted to be.

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The 2nd Amazon Summer Reading Contest Has Started!


Amazon’s second summer reading contest — “Capture Their Love of Reading…Again!” — has begun and runs through Monday, August 3rd.


To enter you simply enter the contest by visiting and sharing a picture of their children reading for a chance to win a Kindle and Fire device prize pack for the whole family.


The Grand Prize includes something for each family member to enjoy, such as: Amazon’s newly relaunched Kindle Paperwhite, two Kindle Voyages Amazon’s most advanced e-reader ever, three kindle covers, Amazon’s Fire HD Kids Edition tablet designed specifically for kids with a 2-year worry-free guarantee, a pair of kid’s headphones, a Fire TV for when families want to catch up on their latest shows, a Fire phone to stay in contact with each other and a $500 Amazon Gift Card to treat yourself to anything on (full details on prize pack below signature).



Grand Prize

Kindle Paperwhite, Fire HD 7 tablet, Fire HD Kids Edition tablet, two Kindle Voyage devices, Amazon Fire TVAmazon Fire TV, Fire Phone, three Kindle covers, one Fire HD 7 tablet cover, one pair of kid’s headphones, and a $500 Gift Card


First Prize Winners (2)

Two first prize winners will each receive a $200 Gift Card


GiftySong Gives You A Timeless Gift You Will Treasure Always!

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Sometimes when you have a special or event you may be looking for a gift that is completely unique. I know that this is definitely the case for me. My wife and I celebrated out 17th wedding anniversary this year, but also she has a very large birthday too. When these large events role around, I sometimes know exactly what I want to do though there are times when my best efforts may be for naught and I come up emoty when it comes to great ideas for gifts and that is where GiftySong comes in.


I had never heard of GiftySong until recently when I started listening to the 48 Days to the Work You Love Podcast. Earlier this year, on that Podcast, they started playing a song to close out the show, a song written by the husband & wife team over at GiftySong. This talented couple do an amazing job at taking the answers from questions that you answer and turn this into something your own, completely unique and definitely special. Best of all in the end you have a beautiful song that you can download, share and sit back and wait for joyful results

This is the song from the 48 Days Podcast I mentioned (I could listen to this over and over again!)


As I mentioned, the process is started  by a short list of questions, which are used by the owners of the company. They use these answers to start the bare-bones composing for the song you will receive. After complete, they will contact you with a draft version to listen to and reflect on. If you are good with the song, want to change anything, this is the time. They will work with you until you are happy with the results, and depending on your level of package, you may or may not have a limit to the number of changes that you may desire.


Giftysong is an amazing way to create a lasting gift that you and your loved ones will treasure for years to come. Todd and Emily make the process easy and you truly get something in the end that is timeless, and something that may bring happy tears to the eyes of the person you give it too (it did in the case of the song I had written). I cannot say enough positive things about the process and about this amazing couple – take advantage of this great company and what they have to offer!

Below is the song I worked with them to create for my wife!

So who would you create a song for? What event would you create a song for? You can start the process easily enough. They will start by asking you only 3 questions and you are on your way!



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Dads in the Limelight – Clinical Psychologist & Dad, Steven Hanley

Dads in the Limelight Series

Our 558th Dad in the Limelight is Clinical Psychologist & Dad, Steven Hanley. I want to thank Steven Hanley for being a part of this series. It has been great getting connected with him and now sharing Steven Hanley with all of you.


Steven-Hanley1) Tell me about yourself, (as well as how you are in the limelight for my readers knowledge)

My name is Steven Hanley and I am a father and husband with a wonderful wife, a 5 year old daughter, and a 2 year old son. I works as a Clinical Psychologist, running my own psychotherapy practice near Detroit, Michigan.  I spend my days helping people navigate through emotional pain and live healthier emotional lives.  It is a wonderfully rich and rewarding career.  If I wasn’t doing this I would like to try making documentary films, a career in which I have absolutely no training or experience.


I am also an active psychology blogger, tweeter (@StevenJHanley), Facebook (, and overall social media junkie.


2) Tell me about your family

My wife, Kate, is the emotional center of our family. She’s my best friend and we make a great team.  She is bright, inquisitive, and an exceptionally hard worker, both at home and in her career in the publishing industry.


We’ve been blessed with two wonderful kids, Nora (5) and Owen (2).  The joys and challenges of fatherhood are beyond anything I imagined before having kids.  Nora is a question machine – she is curious about everything.  I love having conversations with her and watching her mind grow.  Owen is full of energy.  He is a doer.  He’s very physical and affectionate.  He loves building block towers almost as much as he loves knocking them down.


It has been especially interesting having one girl and one boy.  While there is certainly something to the idea that girls and boys are socialized differently (often in stereotypical ways) I am convinced that there is something innately unique about each of their developments as well.  It has been fun watching the kids interact with each other.  They are very sweet to each other (for the most part) and I hope that continues.


Steven-Hanley3) What has been the largest challenge you have had in being a father?

I have two: balance and patience.


Everything takes longer with young kids.  Intellectually I knew this, but I didn’t really “know” it experientially until now.  For example, I love grocery shopping with my daughter (my son is still a little too young to enjoy that).  That really is some quality time for us.  But, it means preparing myself for finding the right grocery cart (the one with the steering wheel and kids car attached), stopping for the free donuts at the front of the store, 1 possibly 2 potty breaks (usually when we are furthest away from restroom and just about ready to pay), negotiating over what kind of bread to get, and convincing my daughter that we don’t need an 8 pound bag of sugary princess cereal.  That all takes extra time.  I could do it much more efficiently alone, but it gives my daughter and I time to bond.  It is a challenge to find that kind of time in our already busy schedules, so we make the most of it when we can.


“Daddy, you have to be patient,” my daughter often tells me from her car seat as I am driving the kids to school in traffic that isn’t moving.  Out of the mouths of babes.  We can learn a lot from our kids when we listen to them.



4) What advice would you give to other fathers?

Put your cell phones and tablets down!  This is easier said than done and I am guilty of not always following my own advice.  I try though.  It is difficult in such a digitally “connected” world to really connect with our kids.


Never (or at least rarely) refuse your kids’ request to build a fort in the living room.  Yeah, it can be a hassle and mess but it is also a great deal of fun. There is a creativity and magic about telling and listening to stories with your kids under a bed sheet stretched between two dining chairs.  Try it!


Cut yourself some slack.  You are not going to be a perfect dad.  In fact, that is an unrealistic and impossible expectation.  I aim to be “good enough.”  I don’t think that is setting the bar too low.  Rather, it is setting an example for your kids, one that accepts imperfection as part of life.  It is important to let your kids know when you’ve made a mistake.  Your kids will appreciate that in the long run.


Choose your battles.  Carefully.  There is a time and place to set firm rules and boundaries.  But, do you really want to derail the evening by insisting that your daughter not go to bed with her raincoat on?  Not me.  At least, not anymore.


5) How have you come to balance parenthood and outside life?

Steven-HanleyThis is probably the single most challenging aspect of our lives right now.  It is important to find time to check in with your spouse.  Schedule some date nights.  Find a good baby sitter.  All of this might be obvious, but it’s also the easiest to let slide in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  It is a bit of a paradox, but it takes some work and planning to relax and refresh.


In the safety instructions you get when you fly, you are told that if the oxygen masks are deployed and you are travelling with kids that you should take a breath first, then help your children.  I like to apply that principle to emotional lives as well.  At times that might require some professional assistance.  One of the coolest parts of my job as a psychologist is that I can help kids that I never meet by helping their parents manage stress and emotional difficulties.  Healthy parents raise healthy kids.


6) What have you learned from the fathers that you have interacted with?

That our fathering styles are as different as our personalities.  There is no one right way.  There are certainly some wrong ways that many would agree on.  For the most part though, your fathering will (and should) be consistent with your personality.  The best thing you can do for your kids is to live a healthy, genuine life yourself.


Steven-Hanley7) What else would you share regarding your experiences as a father thus far?

I think becoming a father naturally makes you look at your relationship with your own father in a new light.  It has increased my appreciation for the positive examples that my dad and mom have been.  I am beyond lucky in that way.  I know from my work that there are many people who have very strained or non-existent relationships with their fathers.  That can be very sad, but it doesn’t mean you a destined to repeat the same mistakes.  It might take a little work, but dysfunctional patterns can be corrected for future generations.


It has been wonderful for our kids to grow up with two sets of loving grandparents nearby.  It has been great for our parents as well.  That truly is a blessing and I feel very fortunate to have that.


8) What have been the most memorable experiences that you have had thus far as a parent?

Often the most memorable experiences are the simplest.  I’ve already mentioned a few, like grocery shopping or building a fort.  Here are some others:

Watching a beautiful sunset with my kids on vacation (see picture).  Jumping in the autumn leaves.  Listening my to my daughter teach her imaginary “friends” the same lessons she learned in school that day.  Watching my son try to peel an orange.  It has hard to beat those simple pleasures.  

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Come Join My For A Great Fresh Thyme Twitter Party – This Thursday!


I have been compensated to be a panelist on this upcoming twitter party #ad.

I am so excited to be a part of the Fresh Thyme Michigan crew getting the word out about the great new stores that are opening up in Troy, Rochester Hills and Northville, Michigan.  On this Thursday, I, along with @KendallRayburn and @TheHungryDudes will be panelists on a great Twitter Parts hosted by @HireInfluence. The party is being held on Thursday, 7/23 from 8-9pm EST. We’ll be giving away 3-$50 gift cards, 2-$100 gift cards, and 1-$250 gift card. The party hashtag is #FreshThymeMI , so please follow along for some great prizes and fun!

3 Ways Your Child Can Be At Risk – Take Control Of Their Digital Safety



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We are a social universe. You walk down the street and what do you see? People with their faces in their phones. Do you see people talking to each other while waiting for the bus, no, they are checking their email, or watching the latest youtube video. Today, information is at your fingertips and with each generation that passes, this becomes more and more commonplace. Soon, our youth will be learning how to “Google” before they completely know how to read, or so it seems.

This information overload and technological overrun, has both a light and dark side. Being able to access information and knowledge at a moment’s notice can lead to the genesis of a literate overall society. However, it also opens the door to safety concerns that all parents must be aware of and thus be able to make their children’s digital safety a priority. A part of this requires parents to take an active role in teaching their kids about what digital safety is all about, and what to watch out for as they are online.


3 Ways Your Kids Could Be At Risk?

  1. Not All Search Terms Mean What Kids Think – Too often young kids spell items thinking that they mean one thing when in fact the search results bring up things that are not what you would want them finding. This is particularly true on sites like However, if you are savvy enough to turn on some of the security and filter options, you can safeguard your kids from many of the most inappropriate sites that they might find on their own.
  2. Not All People Are Who They Say They Are – Just like adults have to be wary of who they give their personal information out to, you have to teach your kids the same. Kids must know to never give their full name out to anyone, let alone their address or any other information that would allow someone to find out where they live.
  3. Cyberbullying is a Real Thing – There have been story after story lately about many situations where this has occurred. Especially in social media, sometimes people that your children will be “friends” with may be there with ulterior motives that are contrary to what you would teach your own kids.


3 Ways You Can Help!

  1. Get To Know Security Features – Get to know the security functions of the programs on your computer. BY knowing these you have the ability to augment and adjust to either cut back access to information or at least curtail specific information to make sure that family-friendly content reaches your children.
  2. Talk to Kids About What To Share – There is something about social networks that can draw you in. You can get to be a bit manic as you watch for the most up-to-date followers, comments or the like. It is important to talk to your kids about what these things are and what they stand for. Once kids understand this, it is also important to talk about what you respond to and how to respond, as too often people can take post sentiments to heart and beat themselves up over small trivial matters.
  3. Set Up A Safe Space For Your Kids – Make sure to set up a safe environment for your kids to talk to you about their concerns, questions and the like – no matter what they are. Make sure that no question or concern is out of bounds because you want your kids to be comfortable approaching you with things they are seeing, hearing about and the like as they begin to search for themselves.



While these risk factors and tips are just ones that scratch the surface, as a parent you have to take control of your children’s digital safety so that they can learn great strategies and habits that will stay with them as they get older and want even more access to information. Setting up boundaries and parameters now, you will have the ability to get them ready for a lifetime of good habits in the future and keep them safe too!

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Lego® Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles on DVD September 15th!


Your favorite Star Wars heroes are back in Lego® Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles on DVD September 15th! Unleash the lighter side of the Force with this action packed release that comes with four complete episodes, plus a bonus alternate ending.

About the Movie

After headstrong Luke nearly delivers the good guys into Palpatine’s clutches, Master Yoda and the ghost of Obi-Wan Kenobi unearth the Holocrons – last remnants of the secrets of the Jedi – to further Luke’s training. But Darth Vader also seeks the Holocrons, and he’ll stop at nothing to get to them first! Meanwhile, courageous superclone Jek-14, a Force-sensitive clone, comes out of retirement to help bolster the Rebels.  Share all the action-packed thrills of these interlocking, intergalactic adventures in LEGO® STAR WARS: The New Yoda Chronicles!


Voice Cast:              Eric Bauza (Spongebob Movie, Ben 10: Omniverse, Batman: Assault on Arkham) as Luke Skywalker/Porkins Pilot; Michael Daingerfield (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Catwoman) as Han Solo/Admiral Ozzel/Biggs Pilot; Anthony Daniels (Star Wars Franchise) as C-3PO; Trevor Devall (Kid vs. Kat, Johnny Test) as Emperor Palpatine/Admiral Piett/Admiral Ackbar.

Run Time:                        Approximately 88 minutes (not including bonus) – Four 22-minute episodes

Marvel’s Ant-Man – In Theatres Tomorrow + “Little Ant-Man” video!

The wait is almost over and one of the most exciting films of the year, Marvel’s Ant-Man, opens in theatres tomorrow!!! Ant-Man is a lot of fun for the whole family and connects perfectly into the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

And because this is was fun and I wanted to share it, please check out and feel free to share the “Little Ant-Man” video that’s currently becoming a viral sensation!

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ANT-MAN opens in theaters everywhere this Friday, July 17th!


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