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Smallworld Podcast Interview

June 8th, 2006 Posted in Podcasts / Podcasting

The other day I received an email from Bazooka Joe of the Smallworld Podcast asking if I could join him on his show to talk about Fake Science. He found out about FS after doing an interview with Steve Nalepa, an artist currently selling his music on our site. After talking with Steve, Joe was intrigued in what we are up to at Fake Science and wanted to learn more.

Joe called my land line using Skype so that he could record the conversation. It was interesting to be on the other end of a Skype call. Usually, we are the one hosting the Skype interview. Overall the call quality was decent, we had a few drop outs but on the phone it sounded fine. I am a little surpised on how the recorded version sounded, but then again I was hearing a much higher quality sound source from Joe because he was using headphones, and I was using a Vonage line so the audio was pretty processed by the time it reached the recording equipment.

We have had the same problem in the past with our Skype calls and we are looking at pro-level equipment that allows us to use XLR cables to route to our mixing board. This will give us much better audio separation and allow us to use real phone lines which will provide a more stable audio source. Anyway, check out the interview if you want to learn more about what is going on with Fake Science.

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