EGC Clambake Episode for Jan 20, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for January 20, 2005.

In this episode, I talk about David Berlind and play a clip from his transparency experiment; I talk about Tom Dowd and Dogtown and play an audio clip from the former; I play a song by Camper Van Beethoven; I talk about Brett Fausett, Ross Rader and our possible discussion on podcasting and music; I talk about Reality Break’s imminent return to the radio airwaves; I play some audio feedback about the EGC store and a few changes we need to make in the program; I play a song by the Gentle Readers and talk how much I dig Susan Fitzsimmon’s voice; I explain how I’m doing an experiment with a new recording setup and then call it good.

This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX!

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6 Replies to “EGC Clambake Episode for Jan 20, 2005”

  1. Dave,

    Just listening to your cast about your setup. I have a similar one using an external mixer… if your mixer has auxiliary channels.. and an open one… these things are used for effects loops… anyway, you can send the output from your mic and computer to an aux send and listen there with your headphones. While that won’t give you the exact output that you’re listeners will hear, if you set your levels at the beginning of your podcast.. you should be okay using this method.

    –JTK

  2. Dave, glad to hear you talking about Dogtown – one of my favorite movies. I still have the hair stand up on my arm when I hear them talking about the first time Tony Alva goes airborne out of the pool and lands it. Magic stuff. Peralta does such an excellent job my mother could come to appreciate skateboarding after watching that movie. Time to go did out my Lance Mountain w/ boneite , Indy 159s and bones wheels.

  3. For the love of God man PLEASE stop talking about the debate over what to call things or what podcasts are or aren’t!! I hope you realize that decrying the people who are debating this by giving your side of it on the show (more and more frequently) is just another means of debating it! You are no different than they are, you just make people go to different places to reply.

    For the record, I don’t care what it is or called or how it’s disseminated – I just want to have the shows that I enjoy back instead of shows about what people call the shows!

    Thanks for the reminder about Dogtown. I was reminded of how great the film was and made a point of recommending it to a bunch of people that I didn’t talk about it to the first time I saw it.

    Keep up the excellent work (aside from all the semantics)!!

    Mike

  4. At this stage in the whole podcasting game, I imagine anyone that knows about “blogs”, knows about “Podcasting”. Over the course of podcasting’s relatively short life, so far, there have been quite a few people asking for a definition of it. There…

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