RSS feeds

Much of the content  is removed from the server after a few weeks.

Most radio shows and mixes should be available on my Mixcloud Channel or YouTube Archives

If there is anything specific you are after that you cannot find, get in touch as I hopefully have it saved on my Hard Drive.

RSS feeds

I consider myself to be fairly competent when it comes to computer and internet related stuff, yet there is still so much I don’t understand.  I know there are a hell of a lot of people who are way behind in the race to keep up, so this information is bound to be useful for one or two of you.
You must have heard of an RSS feed.  I have no idea what it stands for and don’t feel nerdy enough to want to know.  What I do know is that it’s a handy way of keeping up to date with all of your favourite things, without having to constantly check pages or web sites.
I recently discovered two new things (thanks Jared @ Liquid Sky)
1.  The mail app that comes as standard on mac systems.
(this is ridiculous, considering I’ve had a mac for about 3 years now)
2. How RSS works within this

If you click the “subscribe via RSS” button on any site or blog, this pulls all the latest updates from that site and puts it direct to your inbox for ease of viewing, both on and offline.

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Take a minute to check it out, and of course subscribe to your essential Andy Ward feeds, links below for your convenience.
P.C users, I’m sure there’s a way of doing the same.. take a minute to research how.
All you geeks, please feel free to share any further pearls of wisdom.


Streaming Gear I use and recommend:


Mac Mini M1 2020 (upgrade to 16GB RAM) =
Elgato Stream Deck =


1 x AOC U2879G6

1 x AOC 24B1W


Sony ZV1 =
Logitech Brio 4k (x2) =


Wave XLR =
DJI Mic2 =

DJ Kit:

Shure 55s Radio Mic =
DJ Controller = Pioneer XDJ-XZ
Technics 1210 Turntables =
Stylus; Ortofon DJ =

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