TBOK has become so over-produced it’s almost unlistenable
I’m a long time listener. Like, since before podcasts. I hate leaving this review. In fact, I held off for about two years thinking the pendulum would swing back towards a TTBOOK package with lighter production levels, but it hasn’t. It seems to be getting worse, if anything. The Radiolab influence, when it crept into TTBOOK, was tolerable. “Everyone’s doing it”. But today, 2024, TTBOOK’s use of music and sound effects are layered in so heavily it’s like eating a cake comprised of mostly icing; one bite’s more than enough. TTBOOK’s content is terrific. Let it stand on its own again and leave today’s heavy production levels to Radiolab.
MatthewWanderer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/09/24
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