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Often very good interviews. Books not covered elsewhere.
I really enjoy the interviews, but I do think there’s quite a margin of improvement concerning sound quality. Maybe better microphones? Ask for some advice from a sound engineer? more
Very interesting, but PLEASE, like many others have said in the reviews, either get rid of the “ums” and *lipsmacks* in post-editing, or have the interviewer practice not doing those things so much. It’s incredibly hard to focus on what is being said when those things are constantly ringing in your ear. Thank you! more
Bad editing. This is a great for what it is but could use some formatting changes. The bios at the beginning are usually unhelpful. Lots of verbal quarks (ums uns etc). Choppy cuts, and a tendency to sidestep hot button questions.
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