It’s now 2016 and almost one year since their last recording. Joe and Matthew scout a couple of locations for acoustics. Still, they settle back into Joe’s studio at Atlanta Contemporary for the day’s conversation. They catch up on the state of his studio and how a studio becomes a home.
Joe’s free time is spent reading about studio fires. As a result, a book recommendation for Jonathan Griffin’s On Fire is made. Studio fires and the process of cleansing are discussed.
Spoiler alert: Beware of linseed soaked rags.
Chance and the creative process are covered, and in so doing, a method for applying flashbacks to podcasts is discovered.