Doers 011.5 - High Quality Steve Patterson on Philosophy Outside of Academia and Reclaiming Ideas from Dogma


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I was not particularly happy with the final audio quality of Episode 011 with Steve Patterson. The internet connection between my Manhattan hotel and in his New Zealand Kiwi-Hut (at least, that's what I imagine was housing him) was not great and resulted in some splotchy spots throughout the podcast, even with some expert audio post-production by producer Lacey.

So, this week's episode is a higher quality version of last week's episode. We spliced together the audio from my input and the audio from his input to reduce bandwidth interruptions.


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