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Episode 62 | Dan Durston Talks X-mids and More


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    Backpacking Light
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    @backpackinglight

    Locale: Rocky Mountains

    Companion forum thread to: Episode 62 | Dan Durston Talks X-mids and More

    Andrew has a wide-ranging interview with gear designer Dan Durston about X-mids, shelter and pack design, and more.

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    Andrew Marshall
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    @andrewsmarshall

    Locale: Tahoe basin by way of the southern Appalachians

    Enjoy!

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    jj
    BPL Member

    @calculatinginfinity

    “why has nobody done this?”

    my thoughts too when i first saw his tent.

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    Brian K
    BPL Member

    @briankeenan

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    Some of the BPL podcasts are produced at a very low volume level – much quieter than others.  The latest Durston interview is one such podcast.  I like to listen to these in the car on road trips.  When they are recorded at such low volume level it is impossible to hear what is said over road noise.  I have everything maxed out and still can’t hear it.  It is not this way with every episode, just some.

     

    Can you make it a point to double check the signal level and adjust the gain in the future before publishing?

     

    Thanks

     

     

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    Iago Vazquez
    BPL Member

    @iago

    Locale: Boston & Galicia, Spain

    Some of the BPL podcasts are produced at a very low volume level – much quieter than others

    I actually have this very problem with practically every episode.

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    Todd T
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    @texasbb

    Locale: Pacific Northwest

    Ditto.  I started listening to the subject podcast, but quit because it was so much effort to hear what was being said.  And that was at home on a desktop computer.  At least in this case, it was only Mr. Durston’s audio that was so low.

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    Todd G
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    @todd-goodenowgmail-com

    I also have been meaning to write about this. One suggestion I would have and apologies if y’all are already aware of this and there’s a reason already but if you haven’t tried audio compression in your finalizing it is a way to expand quiet elements and contract loud elements for a more consistent audio output. I love the podcast and it is super well done. I appreciate the work you all do!

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