List of episodes of The FBA Post Up Podcast
The following is a list of episodes of The FBA Post Up Podcast, presenting news from the Furry Basketball Association.
- 1 List of episodes
- 1.1 Episode #1: 2009 Finals Game 1
- 1.2 Episode #2: 2009 Finals Game 2
- 1.3 Episode #3: 2009 Finals Game 3
- 1.4 Episode #6: 2009 Finals Game 6
- 1.5 Episode #7: 2009 Finals Game 7
- 1.6 Episode #8: 2009 Pre-Draft Special
- 1.7 Episode #9: 2009 Draft Top 24 #1-#8
- 1.8 Episode #19: 2009-2010 Week 10 Coverage
- 1.9 Episode #20: 2009-2010 Week 13 Coverage
- 1.10 Episode #21: 2009-2010 Week 21 Coverage
- 1.11 Episode #22: 2010 FBA Rookie Challenge
- 1.12 Episode #23: 2010 FBA Post-Season
- 1.13 Episode #24A: 2010 Top 24 Episode A
- 1.14 Episode #24B (#25): 2010 Top 24 Episode B
- 1.15 Episode #24C (#26): 2010 Top 24 Episode C
- 1.16 Episode #27: 2010 Howlereen
List of episodes
Episode #1: 2009 Finals Game 1
The first episode of the FBA Post Up Podcast was released on Fur Affinity on June 17, 2009. The original intent of the podcast was as a story-telling device for the 2009 FBA Finals, which pitted Buck Hopper's team the Stanislaus Thrust against the Huntsville Mayors. The first podcast described the events of the first game of the series, ran only 3 and a half minutes, featured only T. Matt Latrans and had no music.
Episode #2: 2009 Finals Game 2
The second episode was released on June 21, 2009, and was the first to use background music after furry musical artist Badd Will gave permission to B-Hop to use his song "Teddy." The song has been used as the background theme for every episode ever since, and the first episode was re-edited to add the song.
Episode #3: 2009 Finals Game 3
The third episode was released on June 26, 2009, and was the first episode to feature a cutaway. The simulated sound bite was recorded by JTigerclaw playing the character of squirrel small forward Zip-Nut.
Episode #6: 2009 Finals Game 6
The sixth episode was released on July 31, 2009, and was the first episode to feature multiple cutaways. Roby played the voice of wolf power forward Jack Howell, and JTigerclaw played goat power forward Tyler Kiko.
Episode #7: 2009 Finals Game 7
The seventh episode was released on August 17, 2009, and was the first episode to be recorded online. The recording of T. Matt's lines were done over UStream with an open invitation to FBA fans to watch and listen. Cutaways were still recorded off-line and e-mailed to Buck Hopper's studio.
Episode #8: 2009 Pre-Draft Special
Even though the podcast was originally intended to cover only the 2009 FBA Finals, after the series had ended with 7 games, the podcast continued by covering the off-season. The eighth episode was released on September 27, 2009, and was the first to cover several FBA news stories instead of a game. This episode also introduced T. Matt's intern Jimmy (unnamed at the time), when he got chewed out by John Stoat for asking about the (then) ermine's naturalization process. At the end of the episode, T. Matt passed along an apology from his intern.
Episode #9: 2009 Draft Top 24 #1-#8
The ninth episode was released on October 6, 2009, and was the first to feature live recorded cutaways. Attendees to the UStream recording were invited to call in either over Skype or by cell phone and give their performances live while being recorded by B-Hop.
Episode #19: 2009-2010 Week 10 Coverage
The 19th episode was released on February 28, 2010. This episode is the longest produced so far at almost 27 minutes. Angel Bear, Mr. Initial Man, Alex F. Vance, slyknuxdragon, Christaphorac, Rourkie, Roby, Lilifox, JTigerclaw, Camo Husky, Wyatt Kelly, PaulShep and Farallon all contributed voice work to this episode.
Episode #20: 2009-2010 Week 13 Coverage
The 20th episode was released on March 8, 2010. This episode was the first to feature voices recorded on the road, with actors volunteering to play parts during the "Voice Acting Workshop" panel at Furry Fiesta 2010 in Addison, TX. Other voice work was completed online on February, 28th, 2010. This episode set a new record by featuring 18 voice actors. Alex F. Vance, Shake, Ramseys T. Bull, Snofox, Dingo, Tobu, Mitch de la Guardia, Darren Zeraus, PaulShep, Jack Aviato, Mitch Marmel, The Playwright, Toledo, JTigerclaw, Kabbalist, Shockwave, Dragonatic For The People, and Extreme were all featured in this episode. Kali and Smokescale contributed recordings that did not appear in the episode. This is also the first podcast in which the intern's name (Jimmy) was mentioned.
Episode #21: 2009-2010 Week 21 Coverage
The 21st episode was released on June 8, 2010. This episode was the first to feature multiple music contributions. Along with the standard "Teddy" music bed composed by Badd Will, cutaway beds were contributed by Colson Grainger and Stormfyre. This was also the first episode recorded using the new studio gear, replacing the previously used JOEMEEK VC3Q preamp/compressor/equalizer, which is now used exclusively for remote recordings. slyknuxdragon, Mitch de la Guardia, Mr. Initial Man, Rebel Coyote, Darren Zeraus, Jerry Husky, Rikoshi, Tazel Sixpaws, Rourkie, Katmomma, and Farallon contributed voice work to this episode.
Episode #22: 2010 FBA Rookie Challenge
The 22nd episode was released on July 30, 2010. This was the first episode to be mixed using automated faders with software on the iPad. It was also the first episode to feature a remote recording outside of a convention. B-Hop recorded his mother's voice for the voice of T. Matt Latrans' mom. Doral, Sydak, Mitch de la Guardia, slyknuxdragon, JTigerclaw, Mr. Initial Man, Dub-C, Wyatt Kelly, Katalina, Jericho, Farallon, Christaphorac, and Sylffor contributed voice work to this episode.
Episode #23: 2010 FBA Post-Season
The 23rd episode was released on August 19, 2010. This episode was the second to feature voices recorded at a convention. Coopertom, Sekhmet, Mangler, Rai, Doral, IronGut, Carl Thuringer, Nomad, Gabriel Fawkes, Riyo, and Numora all contributed voice work during Buck Hopper's Voice Acting Workshop panel at FA: United 3. This was also the first episode to feature a commercial break, with a promo produced for another FBA podcast, Beneath the Hide. The voice work for the promo was provided by Rax during a remote recording session held in the San Jose, CA area. Jerry Husky, Slyknuxdragon, Varry, Nasuella, Mr. Initial Man, sexynekogirl21, Mitch de la Guardia, Sydak, Farallon, and Surf Penguin contributed additional voice work. This podcast set a new record for number of voice actors in an episode at 22.
Episode #24A: 2010 Top 24 Episode A
The 24th episode is being released in 3 separate pieces because of its extreme length. The first segment was released on November 8, 2010. This partial episode is the third to feature voices recording at a convention. Stoker Bramwell, Keet, and Axelroo all contributed voice work during Buck Hopper's Voice Acting Workshop panel at RainFurrest 2010. This is also the first episode to feature a contribution from another furry podcast. Kyell Gold and K.M. Hirosaki, the hosts of Unsheathed, contributed a cutaway recording taken from their own podcast. Slyknuxdragon, Tazel Sixpaws, Dragonatic For The People, Rahne, Christaphorac, Rax, Gabriel Fawkes, Kresblain, Paul Shepherd, Mitch de la Guardia, Alex F. Vance, Nepper, Blazer, Farallon, and Nekka contributed voice work.
Episode #24B (#25): 2010 Top 24 Episode B
The second segment of the 24th episode was released on November 14, 2010. This segment also uses recordings made at Buck Hopper's Voice Acting Workshop panel at RainFurrest 2010. Zephyr Skunk and Feenixfire contributed voice work at the panel. Additional voice work was provided by Farallon, Mitch de la Guardia, Alex F. Vance, Dakota Bailey, Tazel Sixpaws, Kyell Gold, and Rikoshi. This is the first episode to be edited in Pro Tools 9.
Episode #24C (#26): 2010 Top 24 Episode C
The third and final segment of the 24th episode was released on March 13, 2011. Recordings from Buck Hopper's Voice Acting Workshop panel at RainFurrest 2010 were also used in this segment. Tazel, Andrew Tallini, Rick Mosier and Blazer contributed voice work at the panel. Additional voice work was provided outside of the panel by Farallon, Kyell Gold, Jericho and Alex F. Vance. Balto provided additional voice work that was recorded live at Midwest FurFest 2010 outside of any panel. This episode was delayed by nearly 4 months mostly from workload over managing the FBA, but also because Buck Hopper was in the process of building a new sound studio. This episode was the first to be mixed in the new studio, using a Mackie D8B digital console.
Episode #27: 2010 Howlereen
This episode was released on March 28, 2011. The script was originally intended to be in 2 parts, however this episode was released as just the first half. The second half has not been produced. This episode was originally written for Buck Hopper's Voice Acting Workshop panel held at FurFright 2010, but the script was re-used for the same panel held at Midwest FurFest 2010. The final edit uses recordings from both panels.
Voice work at FurFright 2010 was provided by Bill, Rourkie, Max Carotski, Gabriel Sandspaw, Amy, Wayne, Minty Bunny, Rosco, Katmomma and Origami Gryphon. Voice work at Midwest FurFest 2010 was provided by Mike, KT, Kamunt, Nepper, GenieSkunk, Janus, Alistair, Nerikull and Stevie Maxwell. This is the first episode to have all the cutaways recorded at conventions. It it also the first episode to be edited in Buck Hopper's sound studio, and to have been edited by a second editor. Rourkie provided additional sound editing.