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Hot - Slunch

Member Since 31 Jan 2012
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In Topic: Episode 282 — Wompster's University

Yesterday, 05:27 PM

Loveline has clearly had a bid effect on Wompler's life.

*See her first appearance for a refresher*

In Topic: General Snus Ads on Earwolf Shows

19 April 2014 - 09:51 PM

Do what you feel is right Jeff.

An ad's an ad. It didn't bother me.

It's not like I'm highly susceptible to ad campaigns, other than the delicious deals at Domino's! Whenever I see one of those on the internet, I think to myself, "Just do it! Order the Domino's pizza and wash it down with an ice Cold Coca-Cola; then brush your teeth with an Oral-B toothbrush covered in Crest.

In Topic: My movie riff - So Well Red

15 April 2014 - 06:05 PM

No biggie.

In Topic: My movie riff - So Well Red

15 April 2014 - 05:25 PM

Thanks for the response man. I'm glad you enjoyed it enough to watch the entire thing! I'm also happy to hear it didn't sound too stiff.

I'm definitely on the same page with you about Manos. It's a lot of people's favorite but I always found it too sparse and boring. I tried to find something dumb, but enjoyable enough to stand alone.

Regarding the criticism:

1. I totally agree that having another person would improve things. My main concern was that my voice alone would be grating after a while. One of my friends is into MST3K/comedy but he couldn't help out. So for the sake of time I went ahead alone. Hopefully I can get him to do the next one. I may have over saturated the riffing a bit, but my goal was to hit an average of 5 per minute.

2. The hard Ps were also something I was worried about. I wasn't using a windscreen on the mic when I was recording (dumb). Then I amplified the sound more when I mixed the audio with the movie, so that lead to a bit more distortion. That should be taken care of for the next one.

3. Just curious, but what would you consider the 'edgier' stuff? I almost took out the Mein Kampf one, but I liked it too much to throw it away.

I'm going to start writing a new one in the next week or so, so I'll definitely try and refine things a bit more. I was literally learning as I went with this one.

In Topic: Episode 281 — Bro Boarders

14 April 2014 - 12:12 PM

I had no idea Tim Simons was from Maine, let alone incredibly close to where I live. I hope he wasn't Karate Kidding me.