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I stumbled upon this podcast by learning about Dan / Trapital via LinkedIn. I listen to A LOT of podcasts and I decided to give it a listen. First, Dan has a calm and authentic demeanor, which are great qualities. When he’s talking to his guests it’s very conversational and easy flowing. I’m a former music industry vet so the topics are right up my alley. I’m writing this review after listening to the Splice episode. Things like YouTube, Spotify, and Splice are the now and the future of the mus... more
Dan, this is such an awe-inspiring podcast. I love the work that you do. I also love how so many guests say, “Great question!”. It speaks volumes to your hard work - I really trust what you’re putting out there. My only regret is not coming across your podcast sooner- I’ve been binging all the way back from episode one to try catch up as I don’t want to miss any nuggets of information. Thank you!
Absolutely spot-on! Your words resonate perfectly and capture the essence of the topic. Well Done!
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Trapital launched 4 years ago and published 202 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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