Audio Ape Recommendation By David Reed-Brown

David Reed-Brown has been a professional magician since 1998. He has been one of Jeff McBride’s primary “audio guys” since 2000. David writes Magic Tech articles for the Magic and Mystery School’s Secret Arts Journal and produces Pro Hacks video segments for Mystery School Monday’s online video classes. He is regular guest faculty for those classes and frequently lectures for the school’s annual...
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Squeeky, The Golden Voice Thrower By Gary R. Brown

In an unsuccessful attempt to acquire the most coveted, albeit useless, ventriloquism gizmo of the 20th  Century, I inadvertently unearthed a deeper, darker and far more dangerous ventriloquial secret.   Ironically, though as ineffective as the original object of my search, this newly uncloaked gimmick bears ...
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The Smallest Marvel of IBM 2018 By Gary R. Brown

Participants in this year’s convention can attest to its many wonders, including informative lectures, amazing shows, engaging contests, and friendships formed and renewed. Perhaps the smallest marvel bestowed upon attendees came in the form of a gift from Jeff McBride and the good folks at McBride’s Magic & Mystery School: a spinning disk illusion, about the size of a half dollar and...
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Anthony Darkstone In Conversation with Eugene Burger

As some reading this may be aware I have written a series of articles entitled, “Anthony Darkstone in Conversation With… “ featuring many of the major names in the business.  For some reason the following article which was written some years ago was not included in that series.  No real reason except that sometimes for reasons which we are not privy to things occur. Since the passing of The...
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Permission to be ourselves – Part 1 by Caique Tostes

  I was holding a ruler in my hand, and a friend of mine was blowing soap bubbles as I tried to measure them. It may seem like a dream, but it was just another moment of my inventive life as a magician. After all, isn’t it through these weird situations that we create and find ways to manifest our magic ideas? Think about the last time you were weird! It was probably during a magic presentation...
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