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I've just been in the "CF Hot Seat" on the ColdFusion Weekly Podcast. Come listen.

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Here's fun news. This week I was the guest in the "CF Hot Seat" on the ColdFusion Weekly Podcast. It was a real treat, especially being the show's 25th ("anniversary") episode. As another treat, those who haven't listened to the show from the beginning will learn during the interview just who was the very first voice heard on the very first episode of the podcast. (If you can't wait, give a listen to the first show.)

In the interview, the focus is FusionDebug (yes, my topic of choice in recent weeks). It's a 30 minute interview, as we had planned. Matt and Pete were great, and I really enjoyed the opportunity. I certainly look forward to it again, and was tickled to hear them mention on the show (after the interview) that they'd be open to having me back in a couple of possible ways.

The interview takes place from about minute 26, though I recommend you listen to the entire podcast. I'm a huge fan of all the CF-focused podcasts, as I mentioned them on the show--and again, Mark Kruger, where's the "muse"?! :-) Anyway, I hope folks are listening to the various CF-based podcasts. I'll share some more thoughts about them and about listening to podcasts in general in a future note.

I have to point out that sadly, during my interview, there's a very unfortunate problem of a "hiccuping" sound that lasts for about 20 seconds on an interval of about every minute for a few minutes, a couple times during the show. I'm working with the guys to see if we can correct that, and I've even pulled in the able assistance of Bruce Williams, host of the "Building the Pod" show about Adobe Audition. He's not had any solution yet. If anyone else is open to the challenge, here's a small clip, and you can hear the problem after 10 seconds. I'd welcome any thoughts.

Of course, I also welcome feedback on the interview itself.

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but you do know that the intro voice for the first show was really just the 'opening act' for the intro voice for episode number 2, right? :D
# Posted By charlie griefer | 10/2/06 4:02 PM
It sounds like this was a net delay in the audio signal going from the source (you) to the recording destination. Realistically nothing short of re-recording is going to remove that.
# Posted By Jeff Houser | 10/2/06 7:22 PM
Well, that doesn't jibe with the periodic nature of the problem, I think. I'd expect a net delay (given the many routes packets travel) to be much more random. Anyway, I just really hope someone might know a way to filter out the noise. It's burpy, so it would seem it could meet some pattern in the analysis of the wave form. I'll keep holding out hope. Thanks, though, Jeff.
# Posted By Charlie Arehart | 10/2/06 7:52 PM
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