@firstname.lastname@example.org Awesome! :-D Never heard of Tresenlesen, but immediately recognized Jochen Malmsheimer’s voice.
@email@example.com Me neither. I just knew him from “Die Anstalt” and such. (Honestly, I’m not sure if it’s my cup of tea, because they literally focus a lot on reading stuff … I like it more when they’re speaking freely. %)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Reading stuff at the Anstalt you mean? Just noticed I haven’t followed it for a long time now. Where’s all my time gone? Right, twtxt and such…
@email@example.com Nah, I meant Tresenlesen. They did a reunion recently: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghkLLpXyols So it’s really mostly the two guys sitting there and reading from their notes. 🥴 (It’s still good, though!)
@firstname.lastname@example.org … and, yeah, I didn’t follow Die Anstalt for quite a while, either. I think it got too depressing at some point and then I stopped. 😅
@email@example.com Ah, I see. Sounds good, will check it out later. Yes, the show is always a downer on the mood.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yup, very good show! In fact I watched it weeks ago, but didn’t reply back right away. Super great stories, absolutely hillarious! One thing I have to complain about is the audio, it’s not mixed very well. When they were yarning in between their reading sessions, they (esp. Jochen) moved away from the mic, making it harder to hear. Increasing the volume helped of course, until they leaned forward and then it became too loud.
@email@example.com Haha, I didn’t notice those audio issues – because I still use a compressor by default. 🥴 (That’s another thing where PulseAudio is useful.)
@firstname.lastname@example.org So did their audio technician. :-D One day I need to read up on that.