In episode 2 of our new season, Rich dives deep on physical modeling instruments as part of his goal to avoid samples on hit upcoming album. We swim along with swam, and touch on the unavoidable elephant on everyone’s face, the Apple Vision Pro, digesting the early reviews, some of which seem stunningly level-headed (a challenge for both Apple products and reviewing heavy things you wear on your face).
In our New Years’ episode we kick off season 3 by discussing our plans for the upcoming year. We are reconfiguring Interscription to support our passion projects in music and gaming production. We’ll have regular updates, talk about plugins, tools, technique and industry, and still cover the things we love. Thanks for staying on this road with us!
We have pushed through mountains of turkey and sweet potato casserole to bring you this week’s episode, listeners! Rich and I are occupying the same physical room for this week’s show, covering two topics: the role of digital audio workstations in modern music rendering, and a video-free unboxing of a Legion Go…LIVE and ON AIR.
It is factual that mobile gaming is still gaming, and this week we’re playing with words in a whole new light as Rich and I trade mobile word games live! Marvel fatigue also continues to be real, and a not-so-gentle reminder that iMessage is just better, and your faith is just not strong enough.
Is Star Trek too silly? Does watching old people on TV suck? Are drugs bad for you? And how many emails are too many? Rich and I attempt to answer these questions, but mostly have discovered that coffee is probably the answer to all questions, and if it isn’t, keep drinking boys and girls!
Covering Star Trek Discovery, For All Mankind, Super Mario Wonder and More!
After I traversed a nearly unhealthy amount of the Northeast this week, it’s time to settle down in front of a microphone and talk about portable gaming. Rich regales us with a Legion of where handheld gaming can Go given enough sweat equity and kitchen sink. And rich people towns have been measured and found wanting! (Lenovo Legion Go Review)
In the spirit of Halloween (the original one, not the retail store), we’ve reanimated Rich over a dose of Nyquil and spooky Eagles green to get a quick and dirty podcast about a few things we’ve been watching and experiencing this past week. Join us as we chat about assassins, baby stealers and scary writers, and maybe just a touch too much football.
After a brief and unexpected hiatus from the airwaves, we have returned to your weekly experience, dear listeners! Our journey this week takes us through a pair of puzzle (and sometimes puzzling) games, a horror movie with Those Damned Kids in it, and a PS5 price increase, all leading to some commentary on Meta’s new VR/AR headset.
There is little question that our world would be a fair bit better if it were filled with all assassins, all aliens or all pirates, but instead we have too many politicians. Rich and I discuss The Continental, No One Will Save You, and One Piece on our media consumption tour, and take some time to meander about the 2nd Republican Debates, as well as a few moments on the WGA strike victory.
It is with great pains that I bring you the news of the week, gentle listenership – we’re talking about Microsoft stuff for a whole damned hour! Our topics du jour include a mammoth leak of pending plans for the Xbox division, a few notable announcements from the Tokyo Games Showcase, the Surface-but-totally-AI event in NYC this week, and a quick mention of ActiBlizzard fun.