Episode 27 #depthy

It’s finally here, the start of MLS! And we get to take a break. In this week’s edition of The Vocal Minority, we talk about “Leasing” option on players, the departure of a *cough* legend, home renovations, more predictions, pre-season and all of the other type crap that we do when there isn’t a microphone in front of us. #depthy, #punMeat

Click here to download Episode 27 of the Vocal Minority!

Author: Mark Hinkley

Mark is a full-time graphic designer, full-time smart ass and full-time logo, stadium and kit nerd. When he isn't writing ridiculous match reports or redesigning logos for his own amusement, he's salivating over the day that promotion and relegation occurs in MLS. You can follow him @kitnerdmark on the twitterz.

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  1. Hello, enjoyed your podcast and looking forward to the next one. The MLS insight you covered was quite good.

    I only listen to podcasts while I drive (60,000km/yr), and I’d like to make some small suggestions that I think would polish things up a bit:

    1) Volume: At times the volume of the person speaking is quite low so I needed to turn up the volume, then BAM, a louder voice and I had to keep one hand on the wheel and one on the volume dial. Are you using a microphone? I have one to donate if it will help.

    2) There should be a lead or host to direct the flow of topics of conversation. The host would keep things on the current topic without letting things get too diverted.

    3) Often there are several voices speaking at the same time. There needs to be a rule that the speaker has the floor and the others have to wait, or ask to interject. Again, a host would be able to organize this.

    4) It sounds like. at times, there are hands or cups or something that are hitting a table or something. This makes a really loud noise and interrupts the voices.

    5) Sound effects: I love the Fagundez! byte, but the burping one seems a little out of place at times.

    Anyhow, I don’t mean to make you feel like a Lambe to the slaughter, but just trying to help. I like where it’s going. Cheers!

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    • Thanks very much for the feedback! And thank you for listening. We are working on it and hope you’ll keep listening.

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