The Atomic Moocast #96!


Hello again El Moochadores! Today we have another great edition of the Atomic Moocast ready to go! It’s fresh! Right off the factory floor! Home or Office delivered! Gluten free… Sorry, I just woke up and I’m still feel’n a little “out of it.” CVHB1_FrontCover-680x1024 Anyways, on this episode we talk with independent comic creator (and musician) David Lucarelli. David is the writer of a fantastic graphic novel, The Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade, and he’s a damn good interview. So give it a listen and check out the links below to find out more about the comic and it’s sequel, Age of the Wicked! I’ve also posted a few sample pages from the first book to give you a look at the cool art by Henry Ponciano. Keen.

So, here we go folks! It’s Atomic Moocasting time! Which also means it’s time to relax, get comfortable, crack open a cool beverage, and slather your brain in a little geek creativity.


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Songs used:

  • Funk Game Loop
  • As I Figure
  • Who Likes to Party

Show Notes and Links

Sample Pages from CVHB!

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  1. I didn’t catch the name of the microphone your guest recommended.

    • RØDE NT1-A 1 is a great microphone for podcasts and voice overs. Use a decent pre-amp, add a little light compression and a slight bump on the bass end of the eq and for about 230, you can get dangerously close to the sound of a U87a which is a 3000 dollar mic, and is what the pros use for movie narrations and the like. Caution: This mic is a permanent cardioid pattern which means it’s really only best suited to recording one voice at a time. If using individual mics at that price for each person is out of your budget, check out the Blue Yeti Pro USB Microphone. It’s about 250, but it can be set to omnidirectional, so if everyone in your podcast cast can sit around the table round robin style, it should pick up everybody equally. And again, I’d add some light compression and a slight bass bump if you’re trying to emulate the “radio broadcast” sound that our ears have been trained for.-Dave

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