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Reasonably Sound

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A podcast about sound by Mike Rugnetta

Customer Reviews

One of the best in the field

This podcast really opens your eyes to your auditory senses, so-to-speak. There’s something about the right kind of sonic stimulus that gets you to start noticing silence.

There’s some great work put in here, and the breadth of sound-related topics covered in this podcast ensures that there’s something for everyone. I highly recommend it to anyone who’s the least bit passionate or curious about the world of sound.

Great stuff!

I’m a huge fan of Mike’s work. I feel like his ability to connect with an audience makes him great for breaking down anything intellectual and as an audiophile myself that makes this podcast super satisfying to listen to.

One of the best

Reasonably Sound is simply one of the best podcasts ever. Most episodes are roughly half an hour long, so it doesn't take much time to listen to one, and since the topics are very focused, they all end up being a satisfying exploration of something related to sound, encompassing history, philosophy, music theory, and a whole host of other lenses for discussing sound. Even the episodes that seem like they would be boring are fantastic. Some of my favorite episodes are "The BRAAAM", "Shopworn Sound Effects", and "Sound as a Weapon"

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