TuckerBlair89 wrote:Hope you guys enjoy the podcast. We tried very hard to make it as good as possible.
Seriously would love any constructive criticism.
Matt P wrote:I listened to the beginning. Jordan sounded fine at the start, Tucker sounded really weird like an echo or something, and then Jordan sounded weird too. I stopped listening after the little bit on Gausman. The analysis was fine and I don't mean your voices are weird I just mean the audio is messed up.
legmason wrote:Ditto on the echo on the voices but the content was really good. For some reason the sound cut out for me around the 20 minute mark. Not sure if it was an iPhone issue or what bit I'm going to cue it up again and give it another shot. Really love the idea though as I have about a 30 minute commute to work and this stuff helps pass the time!
Old Sneakers wrote:This coming winter the team will have to improve itself under slightly different circumstances. Come the off-season, this could be a great deal of fun playing arm-chair general manager. I would also try to work that into the podcast if you plan to go forward with it.
A_K wrote:wished I could hear smart people talking about the O's
The sad truth is, that in the past, those kind of discussions WEREN'T always happening INSIDE the Warehouse. Even with the restrictions placed on him DD has been a breath of fresh air in the decision making process.
A_K wrote:Good work, guys. The echo is really strong on my end too, listening from my computer with standard ear buds.
While the analysis was great, I have to say I most appreciated the Baltimore accents. Haven't been back home in a while and it was quite welcome to hear people talking O's with those Bmore accents.
Another thought that I'm sure has occurred to you: if it would mean more frequent episodes, I'd love to hear some shorter spots focusing on a few short-term topics. I can't think of how many days I've woken up before work and wished I could hear smart people talking about the O's for ~15 minutes.
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