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Martin Tyler Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

wc buzz2 Martin Tyler Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Martin Tyler will be calling this summer’s World Cup for ESPN, serving as the network’s lead commentator in South Africa. Earlier this week Martin joined me to talk about last week’s FA Cup final, Saturday’s Champions League final in Madrid, the 2018 World Cup bid, but mostly, the England national team. Amongst other topics, Martin and I talk about the team’s questions in central defense and goal, the importance of Frank Lampard and the central midfielder’s strong end to the Premier League season, and the high expectations Fabio Capello has for his squad.

A reminder that tomorrow we will have one of the authors of Soccernomics, Simon Kuper, on the show. Simon is also the author of Ajax, The Dutch, The War and will be joining me to profile the Netherlands’ World Cup squad.

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5 Responses to Martin Tyler Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. unclesand says:

    your ‘world cup buzz’ podcasts have been terrific so far.
    finally, a third subscription on my iphone worthy to join guardian football weekly and 5 live world football phone in.
    richard farley is a very thoughtful, intelligent interviewer.
    keep up the good work!

  2. Phenoum says:

    Enjoying the interview so far – but the audio mastering for this and an earlier one this week have been quite bad. I assume you record both people on the same channel/mic? which I highly recommend against. Listening in my car otw to work I have to crank it and boost the treble to hear one person, and when the other person talks it’s crazy loud.

    Use two mics, record two separate tracks, and then a free program like audacity to overlay them – this way you can EQ each voice individually and normalize the gain’s on the channels. Just my 2c, as I find it quite annoying to strain to hear one voice and then get blasted by another.

    • Richard Farley says:

      Phenoum:

      Thanks for the feedback. I’m listening to it now and it sounds fine, but I have hear this feedback from one other person.

      I’ll try harder to get things right. Could you email me in private with some more information about your default audio settings in your car? I assume it’s normal (or, within the range of normal), but I’m trying to figure out why some devices are having problems while others are not.

      Regarding multi-channel recording, obviously that’s the preferred way to go, but it’s not always possible. At the same time, we run out of excuses at some point, and “not always possible” isn’t good enough.

      • Phenoum says:

        Sure – email address?? or just shoot me an email – guessing you can grab my info from my posting details?

    • This One Guy In Detroit says:

      Well, really, you just need to record the whole thing via the phone (rather than just the interviewee). Then EQ, compress and normalize that puppy, and you’ll be all set.

      In fact, I can’t quite figure out how you’re currently doing it: Your voice is obviously on the phone line too — you’re talking with Tyler, after all — yet only the direct-mic’d version of your voice is audible. So it seems you ARE using “two mics,” as the above commenter suggests, and are nuking the phone-mic’d portions of your voice.

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Martin Tyler will be calling this summer’s World Cup for ESPN, serving as the network’s lead commentator in South Africa. Earlier this week Martin joined me to talk about last week’s FA Cup final, Saturday’s Champions League final in Madrid, the 2018 World Cup bid, but mostly, the England national team. Amongst other topics, Martin and I talk about the team’s questions in central defense and goal, the importance of Frank Lampard and the central midfielder’s strong end to the Premier League season, and the high expectations Fabio Capello has for his squad.

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