In this 3-legged episode, our heroes are joined by mastering engineer Glen Allan to talk about mastering gear, studio roles, and meeting expectations. James is frustrated by inadequacy, Joey doesn't want to overeducate clients, and Glen throws peanuts into the conversation.
In this colluded episode, our heroes talk net neutrality, physical music platforms, and musicians who can't play to a metronome. Joey is worked up over companies that abuse their markets, James compares American & Canadian prices, and old musician fails in the studio.
In this plugged in episode, our heroes talk DSP, frowny-face EQ curves, and good deals on plugins. Joey complains about overused presets, James laments a wasted recording session, and an EP is saved by hardware.
In this wholesome breakfast, our heroes talk about a local venue threatened by indecency, 12 days of advertisements, and crazy warranties. James moves speakers, Joey talks about the crazy xmas season, and they throw gear from the back of a truck on the highway!
In this danceable episode, our heroes talk drunk polka bands, automated mixing technology, and small town music venues. James laments new problems with the studio, Joey is irrate over picky musicians, and they discuss options for recording phone interviews for the podcast. At some point the puppy interrupts the conersation.
In this rehashed episode, our heroes talk about losing touch with clients, microphone shootouts, and selling ambiance. James reconfigures microphones, Joey talks unflattering cubes, and the overheated pair discuss the problems with pocketing. Experience the freshness of these new experiences.
In this chewable episode, our chilling heroes celebrate the 40th birthday of Joey Roach with the return of Mary Lee for conversations about radio dying, podcast sound quality, and how "Clerks II" got the LOTR summary correct. Mary Lee eats as sandwich, Joey rants about stupid people using digital gear, and James has no topics to lead the conversation with.
In this blazing episode, our heroes are joined by Val Engstrom to talk about the trials and tribulations of working with "rappers." Joey expresses his boredom of talking about rappers, James insults a disability, and they recount the story of how BSRT began. There's also a conversation about international thievery.
In this attended episode, our heroes are rejoined to talk World War II alternate realities, revisions in Mastering, and people who complain about cheap gear. James talks about selling studio gear, Joey throws mics on the floor, and they discuss the crankiness levels of "Joey Before Coffee."
In this lonely episode, our heroes are divided and solitary. Joey waits helpless, miles away from the studio, and guests fail to show up to keep James from mumbling incoherently for hours... well, one hour, anyway. James talks about podcast networks, local radio, and the new space at the studio, before helplessley grasping for topics to rant about... And a little bit of gear talk...