The TSL Podcast, Episode 42 – VT Crushes FSU

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Virginia Tech players celebrate their win over FSU with Hokie fans. (Photo by Ivan Morozov)

This week’s show is an enjoyable one, as host Evan Hughes and TSL’s Will Stewart and Chris Coleman dig into the FSU win, preview the upcoming William & Mary game, and take questions from the Twitterati.

You can listen to this week’s episode below, on our Soundcloud page, on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on whatever app you use to listen, and leave us a review to let us know how we’re doing. Enjoy.

IMPORTANT LISTENING NOTE:  We’re still having issues with the volume level on Chris Coleman’s mic, but usually only if you’re listening to the podcast on your phone’s speaker. If you plug in headphones or earbuds, or if you stream it via Bluetooth, it should sound fine.

We’re working on the problem — actually, this week, we didn’t have time to, because it was such a short week — but if you’re having issues, please tell us how you’re listening to it:

1.) Computer? iPad? Phone? Bluetooth in your car?
2.) Via web browser? SoundCloud app? iTunes app?
2.) Headphones? No headphones? External speakers? Phone speaker?

Enjoy!

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5 Responses You are logged in as Test

  1. Home PC, Windows 10, Chrome browser, 7.1 speakers.

    Evan is just fine

    Will seems miked a little louder, but it doesn’t sound ‘wrong’

    CC can be heard fine. He doesn’t sound like he did in the first podcast where he did just seem (as you described) as shouting from the other room. That was listened to on my work laptop, on the built in speakers.

  2. Will, sorry to say, Chris still sounds like he’s shouting into a barrel. I’m on home pc(Firefox, Windows 7 Home Premium) with 5.1 speakers. Still…LOVE IT! You’ll get it worked out. I have faith.

    1. Pop on some headphones, and keep on rocking!

      Evan knows a podcast guru, and he’s going to run our issue by him. If we continue to have trouble, I’ll buy a different recorder that takes more mic inputs, so we don’t have to combine any of them, and see if that clears it up.

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