In this universal episode, our heroes are joined "on time" by Glen Allan for a challenged episode of universal destruction, pricing strategies, and students. James' forgets stories he wanted to tell, Joey talks about emails he gets involving forensic audio, and Glen is constantly reminded to STAY ON TARGET! Oh, and the guys geek out on a spreadsheet.
In this uselessly revised episode, our heroic coffee drinkers talk DAW revisions, clones of clones of revisions, electronic updates, the blue vs purple strip, and death by tube voltage. Also, a mystery guest shows up with 10 minutes to go...
In this delightful episode, our heroic lads chase rediculous testimonies of false information, stammer through stupifying simplifications of presumtuous principles, and divulge into diversive diatribes. They also talk a little about confusing emails, James gets a little heated about someone who's clearly wrong, and Joey tries to make sense of the mess.
In this darling episode, our heroes attack Radar Studio, 421's, and online bloggers/YouTubers. James complains about students and tempo maps, Joey dismisses attack and release controls on compressors, and coffee is too far away to help with their focus. This episode wanders… it really really really wanders.
In this wordy episode, our champions of the english language engage over the Canadian Mob Family, the lack of clear answers in dealing with customers, and the general shiftiness of all rapper-kind.
In this vaguely random episode, our zeroes talk retail inventory, shamonic drumming, and a little analog mixing. Joey solves James' coffee problem, and James chicken's out of driving dangrous vehicles. Neither are sure what the point of showing up today was... Perhaps it was the insurance.
In this divded epiode, James forces Joey into conversations inspired by the "Buy America" rhetoric, and Joey is not very interested in the conversation. Fortunately, the podcast is interrupted, yet again, so the topic shifts to Native Instruments, Joey's expense account at his workplace, and James' new plan for a digital mixing workflow that Joey destroys...
In this deceptively clever episode, our hosts are not joined by their guest, and therefore have to "wing" their conversation. The gents plunge into the depths of audio plugins, dodge through a history lesson, and James blindly retells the story of the flying scissors. Joey shoots his way through the history of a microphone series, and the show pauses for a flyby.
In this negotiable episode, our heroes walk awkwardly through conversations about singers who don't listen to their bands, musicians who over value their products, and Joey's 3 note song. James is confused by Joey's math, Joey is surprised by a Nashville studio price, and they wander through a few ways to communicate prices to clients. As per usual, nothing is solved in this hour.
In this off target episode, our heroes are joined by Recording Connections' student and self proclaimed vigilante, Valerie, for conversations about bitchiness, record stores, gear nuttery, and career changes. James rants about bands not caring about the right things, and Joey insists physical products are a waste of time! Oh, and the boys forget to interview the guest...
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