Awesome, man. Can't wait to have you back in the fold. We'll all miss Dave, but I think we're in good hands.
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We eagerly await your next appearance at GB, Dave. Thanks for all the awesome memories. Stay hardcore.
It's just getting another side to a story. There's no reason to be mad about getting the perspectives of people that may have felt like the statue was offensive.
Asura's Wrath is gonna win something. They loved it too much to not recognize it.
I say yes, but there are exceptions. If I get a beefier fry, I like having a little dip to mitigate all that potato.
THE OFFICIAL WORD, as written by Ryan Davis.
"Thanks for writing. The process has changed since we moved to CBS, as they have a proper radio-grade recording studio with hardware compressors and mixers and such. When it comes down to it, though, it's a combination of Audacity and GarageBand, and when we're doing podcasts on the road, it's GarageBand exclusively.
GarageBand is kind of a piece of shit, but I like it better than Audacity for editing and mixing multiple tracks, and the idea of buying ProTools for our silly videogame podcast seems wildly excessive.
Hope that answers your questions!
I'm putting together a primer on podcasting for a communications class I'm a TA in, and I'd like to include the Bombcast as an example. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what editing software the GB guys use for the Bombcast, and possibly cite a source that I can use. I know they've discussed it on air, but I can't remember the specific program.
Thanks in advance!