On Oct. 1st, 2012 I left Charlotte, NC on a cross country journey to Portland, OR. I ended up in Champaign, IL and I love it! I'm a cismale, my preferred gender pronouns are HE/Him/His, but I'm totally down with whatever you want to call me. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow bloggers, photographers, and artist to learn all I can about the creative life. I mostly post photos, videos, and blog entries about my experiences. Recently I have begun geeking out on glitch art and making my own animated gifs. I love feedback, and I feel that creativity flows much more freely in large numbers. If you would like to contact me directly for any reason just email me at email@example.com. Thank you and happy creating to you all!
TCDTK Episode 9
Welcome to this weeks show you guys! This episode we got the opportunity to sit down and talk wit The Kid’s Dad, Dan Arcuri. As usual we talked about whatever came up. From being Santa, to drumming in a gigging band, to learning a new instrument, even disc golf. We got into the wide variety of music available in the current media outlets and Dan talked about what it was like before the Beatles came to the U.S. All-in-all Dan was a super interesting guy and we can wait to have him back on and hear more stories. As always we hope you enjoy and please feel free to subscribe, rate, and even comment on the show.
You know what to do guys! I hope you like it!
TCDTK- Episode 8
Welcome to this weeks show you guys. This week we had our friend Andy in the studio. We hadn’t seen Andy in quite a while so we figured why not record ourselves catching up. Lots of laughs in this episode as we discussed ailments, driving big vehicles, and everyones highlight of the week. We also got into music, voice acting, collaboration, and the military. As always we hope you enjoy and please feel free to subscribe, rate, and even comment on the show.
Episode 8 ready for your ear holes!!!
TCDTK- Episode 6
Welcome to episode 6 you guys. In today’s show we discuss The Kid’s visit to the doctor, kids today, life in prison, and video games. We also added a “Highlight of the Week” segment, and talk about the National MS Society. As always we hope you guys like it, and please feel free to comment and even rate us on iTunes!
- Vintage Lava Lamp
- No More Broncos Flag
- Now Available on iTunes
*The Kid goes to the Doctor
- Mild Freak Out
- Putting Things in Your Butt
- Future Visits
*Getting Old- Nephews and Nieces Growing up
*Going to Prison
- How do You Get By
- Where do You Go From There
- Working for Hoarders
- The Kid’s Doctor Visits
- Dub House sit at The Last House On The Left
*General Video Game Chat
- Saints Row the Third
- Different Consoles
- Wii, Move, and Connect
- Multiplayer shenanigans
Alright guys, you know what to do!
Here is another effort in my audio recordings of Z’s wonderful writings. Please click on the title to see the actual words!
Also be warned, the first silly blurb is just me trying to get my frustrations out for the obnoxious background noise I have to deal with in the server room. I would have edited it out for this post, but I just couldn’t be buggered.
OK, I hope you guys enjoy and feel free to give advice!
So, I’m sure you guys are aware of the podcast my buddy Shane and I started about a month ago. Well, in that time I’ve started really getting into recording. I’ve been doing a lot of research about recording and looking into what is involved in getting into voice over work. I’ve also been trying to practice getting use to the sound of my own voice and setting the EQ properly. I don’t really have a good place to record, but I’m learning how to run filters and EQs to get the quality close. Anyway, to practice, I have been working with the wonderful and talented Z from here on the Tumblr. She has these amazing writings I would describe as instant fiction here. I’ve been record myself reading them and sending them to here. Z told me I should post them so that’s what I’m doing.
This is the first in the series “EW" by Z
I really want to know what you guys think. What am I doing right? What am I doing wrong? What could I improve on? Is my voice fitting, soothing, grating, or just plain stupid? I love compliments, but please don’t be afraid to criticize, constructively, of course.
Also please check out Z’s writing, it’s really powerful and deserves to be seen!
Thanks again you guys!
Congratulations Nikki and Mack!!!
Welcome to episode 5 of the show! In today’s show we talk about weddings, grand openings, superpowers, and doctors. We also discuss more new additions to the studio. On a side note, hopefully before our next episode we will finally be available on iTunes. Don’t worry, we’ll definitely make a big deal after we get through the review process. As always we hope you guys enjoy the episode and please feel free to give us feedback.
Show Notes to come
Episode 5 is in the can you guys. I think we finally have the setup right, now we just need to refine our content and hopefully we will have ourselves a winner!
Welcome to episode 4 you guys. In today’s show we discuss the new studio setup with a new addition to the microphone line up, and our trip to Guitar Center. We also talk about our work, crazy weather situations, ans accidents we’ve been involved in. We finish up with a little music discussion, needing a vacation, and getting sick. As always I hope you guys enjoy it and feel free to let us know what you think!
- New lamps, XLR Mic and PreAmp, New stand and pop filter
- Guitar Center trip with no interest financing
*Headphones vs earbuds and putting other weird things in your ear
*Work Toothaches, prepping for a wedding, and pet sitting
- Surviving Disaster
- Tornadoes, Floods, Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and Rogue Waves
- The Great Quake of 2011
- On A Boat
*Wind Blown 18 Wheelers, Rear Enders, and Dealing with the aftermath
*A Little about Music
*Needing a Vacation and The Finger in the Bum
Give us a listen if you feel so inclined!
Got a new mic (Shure 55sh series II) for the podcast over at dubandthekid.com You guys should get to here it in the next couple of weeks. It’s an XLR so I still need to get a mixer of some sort so I can use it.