Happy New Year, TranSan Fans! We’re very much looking forward to streaming more shows in 2020 on Twitch.tv/TransistorSandwich. The flagship show is moving to Sundays, but now there will be additional shows throughout the week. I’m excited to try my hand at more #transanitized songs, covers of old pop and rock favourites that helped influence
Back in 2016, Dee Snider partnered with illusionist Chris Angel to release a heartwarming rendition of the Twisted Sister rocker “We’re Not Gonna Take It” to raise awareness of Angel’s new cancer charity. It wasn’t until recently, though, that I became aware of this version. My impression was that here was a song which I
Ahhhh… at long last, I’ve finally gotten around to bringing the new TranSan look to the website! I’ve been using the new branding on the social media channels, because that’s where the focus tends to be with a live stream kinda show. But it turns out the website is getting some nice traffic lately too!
Holy Hannah, this one took a long time to render! On the eve of Christmas Eve, with special guests, my regular in-house studio audience and my wonderful live stream audience, I built a steady-pumpin’ transanitized version of the Christmas classic “Jingle Bells”. With that one wrapped, the Five Songs of Christmas series is complete. At
Holy moly! I just discovered that throughout that big, lovely, wonderful page of Downloads… none of the links worked! It turns out that if you enter an offsite URL into the appropriate download field in the Download Manager plugin, you must also click the plus sign icon next to that field to submit it. I
On the morning of November 16th, I awoke to a Facebook notification that my good friend and colleague Jen was celebrating her birthday. I immediately recalled baking up a birthday song for her last year, and sure enough, Facebook issued a Memories post featuring that very video. Holy moly, what a change in my home
The new TranSan Live Replay is up on YouTube now, featuring all eight camera angles. Well, until two of those angles decided to take a hike. One camera was connected to a laptop via firewire, and the laptop decided to take a nap after a while. We checked, and indeed the power settings were set