Part of creating The Max Frequency Podcast was to restore all the episodes of Behind the Pixel, an interview show I did in 2017 for seven episodes. These will be mixed into this feed so that the show can live on podcast services once more. Below are the original show notes, with some light editing. You can check out the original posts here. I hope you enjoy.
Cameron Hawkins joins me to chat about starring on one of IGN’s premiere podcasts, our shared passion for collecting games, and possibly to settle our differences about Kingdom Hearts.
Peter Spezia joins me to talk about 25 years of Pokémon, the hype and hyperbole of Smash Bros. news, and how new services may bring call-in radio to podcasts.
Surprise, I am back in the podcasting scene. Welcome to my new show with three episodes a month. I hope you enjoy.Continue reading “Episode 0: It Was Inevitable”
It was inevitable, wasn’t it? Heck, in my very first post I left the door open for returning to podcasting.
I like what I came up with—Max Frequency. It communicates the identity of the blog quite well, I think. It’s me at my frequency. No pressures for deadlines, no list of required news. Only articles that I want to write or share. It also opens up the possibility for audio content if I ever get behind the mic again. Plus, it is a pun.
After recording Chasing the Stick: The History of Naughty Dog during the PS4 Era, I realized how much I missed podcasting. I’ve had ideas kicking around for years for shows. I decided to stop kicking the proverbial can around. I’m back.
The show is unabashedly inspired by The Talk Show with John Gruber from Daring Fireball. Three times a month, different guests/friends each episode talking about current events or whatever floats their boat. It mirrors the style of my blog effortlessly. I want to podcast at my frequency. So here I am.
Also, over the next few months, I’ll be reuploading my old interview show Behind the Pixel to this feed as well. I never liked the fact that when we closed Model Citizens Media that those episodes vanished from podcast services. They can live in the early days of this feed and I’ll feel better.
I hope you enjoy the show.