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  1. Hi All! Last week I released the first batch of episodes for This Is Your Pilot Speaking, a podcast that explores the weird and rewarding world of television pilots. I try to combine cultural, academic/theoretical, narrative, and technical knowledge with amateur consumer experiences in deconstructing each pilot episode in understanding what works and what doesn't, as well as how it sets up the series to follow. Last week's episodes covered The Office (US vs. UK) and Fargo You can subscribe on: iTunes Stitcher TuneIn Blubrry Feel free to e-mail me with feedback, questions, or show suggestions! thisisyourpilotpodcast@gmail.com We are releasing our third episode on Parks and Recreation tomorrow. Hope you take a listen! -Alexa
  2. Hey everyone, long time lurker and huge earwolf and podcast fan. I wanted to share this with all of you. Check us out and follow our Soundcloud at "Drunk Movie Bingo" Drinking bingo meets the art of cinema. On Drunk Movie Bingo, a bunch of fools watch movies together with some drinks and bingo cards full of predictions as to how things will go. Join us before and after our screening as we recount our drunken bingo wins and losses, as well as our thoughts on the movie that got us them. *Hey, drink responsibly.* https://soundcloud.c...nball-evolution @drunkmoviebingo
  3. Hey everyone - I started a sort of video podcast and wondering if we could get some feedback. Right now it is in the vain of Mike and Tom eat snacks. We already are working on the lighting and changing our camera angles a bit. Thanks in advance.
  4. NicoleDreamaholicsThomas

    Need my podcast to upload to itunes

    hey , i have my new brand podcast website dreamaholics.org & i need to upload its episode to itunes , How can i do that ?
  5. ChristopherWrigley

    Have a podcast? Need a theme song?

    I write custom jingles and music, and I specialize in Podcast theme songs. Also, my stuff doesn't suck. I've have quite a few songs played on The Todd Glass show & Jen Kirkman's podcast. Check out www.customjingles.net if you're interested. There are plenty samples to check out. I usually don't like to self-promote, but above anything else, I am simply a huge fan of podcasting and love being involved in this crazy ol' world. If I am breaking any rules, i apologize! yes this is my first post, but I've been a lurker for years
  6. Check out "Still OK w/ Brandon & Jay" -- "Still OK.." is a nostalgia podcast where we get to know our guests by revisiting a piece of their past. Jay Spanbauer and Brandon Koss host! Check out past episodes about "Pizza Lunchables," "Smash Mouth," "Metal Gear Solid," "Donald Trump," and more! For listeners who enjoy the comedy stylings of "U Talkin' U2 To Me," "Doughboys," and so many more fun and goofy shows! New episodes every Tuesday on iTunes, Stitcher and Libsyn - This week's episode: Comedian and podcaster Greg Bach (A Visitor's Guide To Springfield) loves the 1985 cult hit "The Last Dragon," Jay actually kind of did his homework, and Brandon thought we were talking about Sisqo. Thanks guys!
  7. Whos Driving

    Who's Driving Podcast

    Hey Everybody, A couple of friends and I recently started a podcast. It's just the three of us talking about whatever comes to mind. If you do choose to watch it I can guarantee a few laughs. Just search "who's driving podcast" on YouTube. Thank you so much.
  8. Transcribe My Audio

    Anyone Need Their Podcasts Transcribed?

    Hello, everyone! I just wanted to stop by and let you know about Transcribe My Audio; where you can go for affordable, high quality English and Spanish transcription services with no upfront payment or minimum length of audio required. There, you can also view sample audio files and transcripts to get a good idea of what your document will look like once transcribed. More information such as rates, transcription process, and contact available at www.TranscribeMyAudio.xyz Podcasts are one of my favorite types of transcription to work on, as I tend to either learn or laugh a whole lot. So, I would love your business! Kindest regards, Connie M. www.TranscribeMyAudio.xyz transcribemyaudio@gmail.com
  9. Aaron Goldich (Ampledeed)

    It's All About Them Plugs

    https://soundcloud.c...bout-them-plugs
  10. Hey All. We're new to the Earwolf forum, so not sure if the self-promotion thing is okay. But we're going to do it anyway. We very recently launched Cutofthejib.com and it features two main podcasts (Below). We are trying to get the word out there. You should check it out. Here are the links to the podcasts on podbean and itunes: PODBEAN itunes What's the Big Idea. A podcast where our hosts come up with the next big thing, which is usually an absurd, impossible idea, but also it could happen? Our 3 Cents. Where listeners write, tweet, and post on our FB, and we answer their questions. It's bad advice, but funny answers. Thanks! Eben Cut of the Jib
  11. jstoney

    Harris, please read this.

    (EDIT SINCE REPLY WONT WORK, I am actually a fan of Scott Aukerman, and want to preface this entire post by saying I am actually a fan of his and bear him no ill will or disrespect for not liking Phish. I am so desensitized to the word faggot that it could be a synonym for "square" in my vocabulary. Obviously this isn't the case for everyone, and I apologize) Harris, you've really neglected studio stuff so far in the podcasts. I know Phish is is a live band predominantly, but I think this is a huge mistake in your approach because Scott, being a huge (EDIT FOR OFFENSIVENESS: HOW'S *GOOBER*?) (endearingly), has shown himself to be more inclined to enjoy the standard 4-7 minute song format with non-improvised solos, if any. (EDIT: THIS IS NOT AN INSULT) . The studio selection of Phish is more than enough to get most any listener to at least recognize that Phish is a band with a solid selection of objectively good songs, and perhaps forge an emotional connection to some of them. I think live clips should be kept limited to either Letterman performances or very solid performances of non-jamming songs for the time being. I'm talkin' Army of One, Horn, Gumbo, maybe an exceptional but short Alumni Blues, that kinda stuff. That being said, I'm gonna go through each studio album and maybe one live show and mention the songs that are noteworthy in my opinion, in terms of swaying Scott. I'll try to keep my comments as objective as I can, but they are based on my own opinion. Farmhouse Bug - Good lyrics, good music, I'd give it a 60/40 chance in favor of him liking it. Heavy Things - Absolutely bitchin guitar solo towards the end of the song. Average to pretty good lyrics throughout Dirt - Such a good song. If the Beatles had written it people would beat off to it. Catchy as fuck, and very emotional lyrics. Inlaw Josie Wales - This song is just Trey being a boss at guitar, take it or leave it. Undermind Undermind - This one's hit or miss for Scott I would guess, but it's funky as shit and has wacky lyrics that actually make sense. Take that, bitch. The Connection - Not much special about this one, but it's a pretty good song all around. Scents and Subtle Sounds - This is such a tripping song, if you could dose him out before the show he'd probably appreciate the lyrics way more, but that's probably a long shot. Secret Smile - Great imagery and accompanying music in this one, the heartbeat thing in the studio version is a little weird but a very good song overall. Round Room Friday - He might not like the singing in this one, but the lyrics are quality, as is the musical side of things. All of These Dreams - Another lyrical powerhouse IMO, but they might seem silly to Scott. At the very least it's a pretty song musically. He'll probably bitch about the singing. The Story of the Ghost Brian and Robert - This is probably the only song on the album I wouldn't consider to be too risky to play. Very sad tune. If you've ever been a loner or depressed, you'll fuckin get this one. Billy Breathes Waste - Beautiful song, musically and lyrically. I'd be surprised if he didn't at least kind of like it. Taste - Risky song to bring up, but it could go over well, who knows. Cars Trucks Buses - This is just a fun, groovy song. If he saw it live there's no way he wouldn't move around, but the studio version is a good safe taste of it. Free - What this song loses in lyric silliness (it's only silly if you've never been on nitrous while tripping, but that's druggie talk) it makes up for in straight up catchiness and badassery in the soloing. Hoist Julius - You played this at the end of one of the shows and I don't know how Scott reacted, but it's still a great song worth mentioning again. Fuck him if he didn't like it (EDIT: OBVIOUSLY I DON'T ACTUALLY MEAN THIS PEOPLE). The 95 Letterman performance of this song is fuckin killer by the way. Down With Disease - The chorus/solo of this song is just a big ol party. Lot of fun, good lyrics as well. One of my personal favorites. Having lost family to cancer adds a good spin on it to me. Lifeboy - Possibly some of Phish's saddest lyrics, but a lovely song in any case. I think it would be hard to hate on this one. A Picture of Nectar Guelah Papyrus - Boy, this one is risky to even mention. Has an excellent groove throughout and a sweet piano/guitar fugue though. Questionable lyrics if you aren't tripping balls. If you are though, shit makes perfect sense. Stash - Lyrics in the same boat as Guelah, but otherwise this could almost be a Santana song. Magilla - This one might be seen as a little hokey, but I think it's a sweet little jazzy tune that shows off some of Phish's musical versatility. Lawn Boy Lawn Boy - Another good jazzy type tune. Lyrics are very evocative and sensual, if nothing else. Bouncing Around the Room - Classic Phish, catchy song and fun to shift your attention to the different parts of the round throughout. You played it in one episode but skipped the entire building up of the round, that's what makes the song for me, personally. Junta YEM - You know what to do. Divided Sky - I'd recommend starting this one 2 minutes in just so Nick Thorburn can't bitch about that one silly part before it actually gets awesome. Fee - Silly lyrics, but catchy ass chorus. Joy Ocelot - Fun song, if he likes it this it would also be a good one to transition him onto some longer, but manageable live jams. Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan - This one's just a good old fashioned facemelter. The lyrics aren't the best but if you complain about them you're just looking for stuff to shit on. Joy - Good lyrics, good music. Pretty sure this one is at least partly about Trey's sister's cancer, so keep that in mind. Live Suggestions 7/17/13 Alpharetta - Gumbo 8/15/11 UIC - Alumni Blues Anyway, those are my song suggestions for getting Scott Aukerman to like Phish. I doubt Harris will actually read this, but that would be pretty sweet if he did and found it useful in any sense of the word. Feel free to think tank or just shit on this thread, people. I don't really care. Also get that man some proper fucking LSD for the next show he attends. None of this moon rock shit please.
  12. Hey there..Yea, you! Remember us? We are you Spaghetti Daddies, you dingus! Sorry for being gone for so long, gotta put in the time at the ol' Milk Factory. While we where away, we decided to find a nice spot to call our home while we wait for the ear of the wolf to listen to our call (Seriously, we would all gasp in harmony if such a request was bestowed upon us) so we flew and flew and swam and jumped and crouched and crouched and crouched. We can't stress enough how much your daddies crouch on a daily basis! Anyway, we finally have arrived at our new home at Podbean! Podbean is a bean shaped pod floating down a stream in South Dekota! Lots of mommies and daddies have settled at Podbean and gone on to be successful pod casters...i think that's a thing. So, without further a doo doo, here is Episode 1 & 2 of Spaghetti Daddies. We will try to post an episode every month or so, whenever the planets align and our schedules work out. We hope you enjoy, and if you do, please share with your friends, family, and faithful furry companions. That includes the deer in your local neighborhood. http://spaghettidaddies.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/spaghettidaddies/
  13. I am creating a podcast in Garageband where I'm doing some comparisons with two or three different music tracks. There are two of us hosting the show. Is there a way to create music cues in Garageband (each song sample would be around 5-15 sec max)? I've looked everywhere for an answer - the closest I've come is creating a loop, but that seems like a long route to take. What I mean by cues: have preset buttons that I can press to bring up the sample on demand instead of having to either pause the podcast to load the sample and play it, or to pre-suppose where the music would be needed and hope for the best. And if Garageband is not the best for providing this functionality, any ideas on software that could? (Free or otherwise) Any help very appreciated! Thank you
  14. Hi guys! I'm new here but I have been listening to Earwolf podcasts for ages and recently started my own podcast with my wife, so I thought that this would be the perfect place to seek feedback. The podcast is called Game Hoard and each episode we play through a different random game in my huge backlog of unplayed video games (75 games at the start of the podcast). We also spend some time discussing other gaming-related topics. I've been gaming my entire life, but my wife only recently started playing video games, so we each bring a different perspective. It's been a lot of fun doing it and we've slowly built a small audience. We average about 50 plays per episode and have ~30 subscribers between SoundCloud and iTunes. We've consistently released an episode every two weeks and are not planning on breaking for the holidays. So please check it out and let me know what you think. Here are some links for you: Website | iTunes | SoundCloud Any constructive criticism you can give is very welcome, as are tips for how we might reach a wider audience. Also, the later episodes have greatly improved sound quality and organization compared to the first few, so you may want to look at those first. Thanks!
  15. The Old Boys Podcast is a weekly comedy show where my friend and I review two randomly assigned films off of Netflix and try to make you laugh. Facebook is here: https://www.facebook.com/theoldboyspodcast/timeline Soundcloud right here: https://soundcloud.com/the-old-boys-podcast Please check it out and let me know what you think. Any constructive criticism is welcome!
  16. JasonNeuman

    After These Messages

    Hey everyone! I wanted you all to know about my new sketch comedy podcast, After These Messages! After These Messages is a short sketch comedy podcast about commercial breaks. Listen to them between longer podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/after-these-messages/id1054839636 Have fun and enjoy! Thanks!
  17. toddbushly

    NSFW Podcasts

    I was always a huge fan of Howard Stern growing up. Then I switched over to shows like Opie & Anthony, JRE, Mohr Stories, etc. I found a few new podcasts that have that energy like Ad Nauseam Podcast, but would like to know some more.
  18. This Memorial Day Weekend we're hosting PodSlam 2015: A Podcast Marathon for Connor's Cure in Chicago, IL. It's going to be a wrestling themed marathon but we're looking for ALL KINDS of podcasts to participate! The event will be for a live audience, streamed online, and recorded for your show's feed. If you're unfamiliar with Connor's Cure definitely check out our donation page for more information: https://www.givetoch...s.org/PodSlam15 The deadline to submit is soon (4/20), so get those submissions in soon and you'll know by 4/23 at the latest. Find the submission form here: http://goo.gl/forms/EKWf39fgGc If you have any questions, feel free to leave them here, on Twitter, or at PodSlam15@gmail.com. Rich Camillucci Director of PodSlam 2015
  19. Have you ever sat there and wondered " Hmmm, i wish there was a podcast about video games that didn't talk about video games?" or "What would DMX do?" or "Butt Lips Chap Stick?" if you did (or didn't), well than we have a special gift for all you Limp Bizkids. We are your Spaghetti Daddies! The Worlds #1 purely authentic, 100% guaranteed, 24/7 video game party chat podcast! We talk about everything and anything thats not video games while playing video games. Its not suppose to make sense and neither are you so we hope you enjoy your new daddies because we are never gonna leave you like your other daddies did! Soundcloud Facebook
  20. I know I've mentioned it here before, but it's been a while, so I'll do it again. I started a parody of the U2 podcast called "Me Talking Weird Al to You". The title says it all. Give it a listen won't you? We recently released our ALpocalypse episode. It's on iTunes and everywhere else. Thanks everybody. --Dakota http://dakotarimmer.podbean.com/
  21. AndrewUren

    Looking for some pointers

    So I'm starting a comedy podcast soon and a couple of weeks ago I recorded a practice session with a friend of mine but we both listened to it and the audio quality is pretty low. I've recorded other stuff with one of these mics before and it sounded a little bit better than this, but for the practice sesh we were in a smaller room and there were more hard surfaces which i've heard is not the best for recording. I was just seeing if anybody would be willing to listen to a little bit of it and give me some pointers on how to get better sound. I'm not sure if it's the mic quality, the recording environment, the settings in my audiobox, or some other factors. If anybody is willing to do this I would really appreciate it. Just DM me with an email I can send it to and I'll get it to you asap. Thanks!
  22. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  23. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  24. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  25. Hot - Slunch

    My movie riffs and podcasts - SoWellRed

    Hey everyone, I'm using this thread to post my movie riffs and podcasts. My new podcast Applied Nostalgia is up. (Planning on weekly releases) I'm just using youtube/dropbox as a host at the moment. Me and a friend talk about tv shows and do some bits. It's a little Go Bayside, mixed with Hollywood Handbook. If you're wondering where to start, I'd suggest the Ready or Not or Trick or Treat episode! Podcast is here, with a download link to the mp3 in the video description: ----------------------------- New Riff! - A Canadian coming of age story. (Full description further down the page) Previous riff. - A failed tv pilot where an astronaut gets powers from the sun.
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