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Friday, August 15, 2008

The Rampler #4 (8/15/08)

The Rampler #4 (8/15/08) (37:41 / 34.6 MB)

Show Notes:

Beta 4 begins at the Port Authority and Frank launches with a review of the previous experiments and re-reviews the overall Rampler Concept. <missed some in here> Discusses Robert Moog’s name and the ‘moooooog/moag’ pronounciation. Talks about how 2005 was the ‘Year of the Podcast’, bemoans that despite his true pioneerdom and dilligence he has never fit into the clique of ‘popular podcasters’. Another reason for the Rampler is that he may be spending too much home/quality family time with the podcast instead of the Mrs. How Rampler will let him riff and cover topics that wind up unused on The Overnightscape.

You can help! Go to The Rampler Show Notes Wiki and write some show notes for this episode. They can be as brief or detailed as you like. Always feel free to add more details or make corrections to what’s already there. Thanks!!

Join host Frank Edward Nora his daily commute, walking through the streets of NYC, as he discusses a dizzying myriad of topics. This show is an experimental “spinoff” of Frank’s main show, The Overnightscape (which continues on as normal). The show is recorded directly as a 128kbps MP3 file on an Edirol R-09 portable recorder. This makes it much easier to release the recordings, since no post-production is required. Also, at least to start with, the shows will be released without show notes to further speed up the release process.

“The Rampler” is released here on The Overnightscape Underground, but it exists outside the standard “Day” format – again, to make it easier to very quickly record and release.

License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora, more info at

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