"Live from Chris Hanel's basement . . . " It's the show we thought you would never hear. Lemme explain: As Chris already said on the DLR Episode Scrapped thread, the latest DLR Episode that we recorded (we being Chris, Abe, Becca, Steve, and I) fouled up. It was fun, it covered Broken Allegiance and Celebration II, it was amusing . . . and it was fouled up. The recording device didn't capture a word I said, which made it sound really, really strange. In an effort to fix this, we had the options to either re-record the episode, or have me and my anal-retentive mind go back and re-record the missing parts. That was done, all 62 files worth. Then Chris, kicking butt as he's wont to do, got the entire show re-edited, only to lose all of that work. As mentioned in the other thread, the show was a goner at that point. Enter me. As much as I liked doing the episode because I was the guest, I'm a huge fan of DLR. I've loved that show and shared it with friends around here since the first pre-TFN show, and I never get tired of listening to the back-episodes. I also know the type of frustration Chris and the DLP guys are under right now trying to get The Formula done. I have a great deal of sympathy and the utmost respect for the DLP/DLR guys. So, with that in mind, I gave a go at re-editing the show. I knew where all 62 re-recorded parts had to go, so it was a matter of putting the puzzle together. The result, is Digital Llama Radio: Episode 7--"The Lost Episode." It's not perfect, and you'll notice a few glaring problems, mainly a click at times when trying to put in files recorded in Total Recorder and an ending anomaly. I use a crappy shareware MP3 encoder, so after the show ends, you'll hear static and then the first couple of words from the show repeated. It's just a quirk of having a program that only encodes 55% or so of a file, which necessitates some crafty copying and pasting. So, fresh from Quicktime 5 Pro . . . http://www.starwarz.com/timeline/surprise.mp3 The Lost DLR Episode.