I'm going to get better about keeping a schedule. I've been working on this episode for two weeks. I had to re-record most of it. I'm still getting the hang of Audacity. It's not as intuitive (to me) as my previous software program, but I think once I really understand Audacity, I'll find it to be more flexible. Sometimes with choices comes more of a learning curve.
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In this episode: Music:
The Radio Department, The New Improved Hypocrisy (from KEXP)
The Postal Service, "The District Sleeps Tonight" (from Sub Pop)
Janelui, "Jailbard" (from Team Clermont)
The Solitarians, "The Burdens of Loss" (from the Freemusic archive site)
Fabrizio Paterlini "Forever Blue" (from the Freemusic archive site)
Matt Longo, "Lulu" (from his Band Camp)
Chad VanGaalen, "Clinically Dead" from Sub Pop
Things I talk about:
World War Z by Max Brooks
The Fog, by John Carpenter
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, by Edgar Wright
The Fringe Podcast
Fringecasting with Wayne and Dan