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Author: Patrick Huba

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I'm a PØDCASTER from The Broadcast Capital of The World in Schenectady, NY! I host a general entertainment PØDCAST with a wide variety of topics and ideas. From sandboxes to exit doors that are locked during normal business hours, THIS is The Huba Show!
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A few weeks ago I was looking up vanity plates on the New York State Department of Motor Vehicle website and to my surprise PODCASTS was available! I had to get it. I could not believe that combination was available, I was shocked. Within a few minutes I ordered it and my transaction was complete. They arrived in the mail last Friday! They looked absolutely beautiful. This is the story about my vanity plates as well as other plate combinations I found that you may find very interesting. Oh, I also talk about how accomplished I felt taking the old registration sticker off and putting the new one on perfectly! Anyone that has done this knows exactly what I'm talking about lol. You only get one shot to get it on right.
Here is a little update (while I sip my coffee) on the direction I'm heading with my podcast. I thought it would be interesting to share with my listeners and subscribers. My ASMR recordings have become very popular worldwide. So my primary focus will be making ASMR audio and incorporating them into my podcast. I'm also in the process of making a brand new website. I registered the domain name ASMRpodcaster.com a couple days ago. It should be finished and ready to launch within the next couple of weeks. Currently that domain name points to the main webpage where you can find all of my podcasts. Enjoy!The microphone I used for this episode was the RØDE Podmic.
What a beautiful night to have a campfire down at the creek. The railroad tracks are right behind us and the dark old rail tunnel isn't very far away. The moon is so bright, the air is so cold and crisp and the water is flowing pretty good in the creek from all the rain we had recently. With a little imagination you'll be able to feel the heat from the fire, the smell of the train and see the reflection of the moon as you listen and relax to this podcast episode.
Recently I took some of my podcasting equipment to the Rail Trail in Voorheesville, NY. It was a gorgeous night. Plus it was nice and quiet. The sky was clear with a big bright full moon and a great view of all the stars. There's a perfect little area where I can setup my stuff. A big pavilion and a little one. I was under the little one near the railroad tracks. It would be an amazing spot to interview people. It has a lot of foot traffic and bike riders. Maybe I'll do that in a future podcast! For this podcast I used the Aston Origin microphone, it's a high-performance cardioid condenser mic. Perfect for picking up ASMR sounds off in the distance and up close to the mic. It was my first time using this mic to record all the sounds. I made adjustments to the mic as I recorded.
Cobra Kai on Netflix is amazing! It has so many moving parts. Tons of references to The Karate Kid movie from 1984. The writers have done an amazing job with the series. You can't afford to miss even one minute of this show. I have one more episode to watch in Season 1. This is my review and thoughts so far up to this point in the show. Special guest appearance by Bridget G. with her Cobra Kai commentary here at Huba Studios!
Happy 4th of July!!!

Happy 4th of July!!!

2020-07-0408:23

Happy 4th of July everybody!!! Today is the day for hot dogs, hamburgers, ice cold drinks from the cooler full of ice, steamed clams, BBQ chicken, ribs dripping with sauce AND swimming!!! Be safe and have a great time lighting off fireworks!!!
The Key West Story

The Key West Story

2020-05-3101:11:18

In this amazing podcast episode I cover a wide variety of topics. Such as the 2020 riots, SpaceX, futuristic ideas and the Key West story. I invited a friend of mine on the show today. His name is Adam, and this is his first appearance on the Huba Show. Adam has a fascinating story about his trip to Key West. I couldn't wait to have him on so he could share it with all of you. So give him a big round of applause! Sit back, relax, listen and enjoy as we close out the last day in the month of May.
Here's a little sample of me talking over a Billie Holiday song on the Aston Origin. It's a beautiful high-performance cardioid condenser microphone. I had it plugged into the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB interface, no cloudlifter needed. Rich crystal clear sound. Hope you enjoy it!
I'm so impressed with the RODE Podmic. I had to do a review along side the Shure SM7B. Many people wanted to hear my audio samples with each mic. I decided to do a podcast so everyone could hear the audio and compare it with their own ears. Podcasters love giving feedback to other podcasters. Audio can be one of the hardest things to get right. Everyone hears things differently. In this episode I share one of my mic techniques if you have a "P" popping problem and some advice for podcasters. Listen and let me know which mic sounds the best to you.
Music Vibes

Music Vibes

2020-03-1315:49

Just me talking about music and what the songs feel like to me. I love music and like such a wide array of songs. Come take a listen as we navigate through my YouTube history. I recorded this with the Aston Origin microphone and a Scarlett 2i2 USB interface.  Sit back, relax, get comfy and enjoy the show!
A 3 Minute Podcast?

A 3 Minute Podcast?

2020-02-0703:16

Can someone become successful with a short podcast? When I mean short, I'm talking between two and three minutes long. I usually keep mine under an hour. I decided on a whim to make one with the voice memo app on my Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. The audio quality is pretty amazing compared to a lot of other smart phones. I use it all the time.I'm excited to announce that I'll be attending the podcaster gathering on Wednesday February 26th from 6pm to 8pm at the world famous Buzzsprout Headquarters in Jacksonville, FL!
Securing a domain name is the first step to having a web presence. Think of domain names as digital real estate. In this episode of the Huba Show I share my experiences and opinions within the world of domain names. I have been involved with domains on all different levels since the mid 90's, during the early stages of the internet. Also known as the information super highway. I love the tedious process of finding domain names. Thinking of which areas to search out, searching around words, using my imagination and creativity, finding alternate meanings to words, coming up with search patterns, new search methods etc. I absolutely love doing it. GoDaddy.com is where I buy all my names from. I've been with them since the 90's when they started. Back in the day before GoDaddy, only a few domain companies even existed. One of those was Register.com. I had the pleasure of visiting their headquarters in NYC back in early 2001. Sit back, relax, get comfy and enjoy the show!
Napkins not included

Napkins not included

2020-01-0810:03

A week into 2020, has it lost its flare? I recently discovered Mukbang on YouTube. In this episode I attempt to put it into words. But let me be clear...no pasta was harmed in this podcast recording lol. I would never do that to fresh pasta. Whole wheat pasta can take a backseat as far as I'm concerned. I'll save that for another show.Get your ears ready, turn off the lights, sit back, relax and enjoy!According to Wikipedia:Mukbang, muk-bang or meokbang is a live online audiovisual broadcast in which a host eats food while interacting with their audience. Usually done through a webcast, mukbang became popular in South Korea in 2010. Foods ranging from pizza to noodles are consumed in front of a camera for an online audience. Based on the attractiveness of real-time and interactive aspects, eating shows are expanding their influence in internet broadcasting platforms and serve as a virtual community and a venue for active communication among active internet users.
I'm excited 2020 is officially here. Maybe this will be round two of the roaring 20's? I recorded this episode with the YETI Blackout mic in my kitchen. It was spur of the moment. I set everything up about three minutes before the ball dropped. I like how it turned out. Sit back, relax, listen and enjoy! Welcome to a new decade! Now, let's take a quick minute to remember the past.The hoverboard scene in Back to the Future 2 was pretty much the ultimate tease as to what the future held. I've wanted one every since its release in November of 1989. At the time I was 12 and the wow factor to have a hoverboard was off the charts. As a kid, you felt Mattel made this for the movie as a way to introduce a futuristic toy by way of a Hollywood blockbuster. The youth across America thought hoverboards would be available in the very near future. EVERYBODY was talking about hoverboards. That is literally all I ever wanted lol. Keep in mind this was back during a time when skateboarding was huuuuge!!! So the impact this scene had on kids at the time was massive. If you didn't own a skateboard or at the very least a Vision streetwear tshirt or a copy of Thrasher magazine your cool factor was nearly zero lol. It was the equivalent of owning a smart phone. If hoverboards were real they would have turned a skateboard into the telephone book overnight. I still want one. Never give up hope lol.
ASMR - The Dusty Attic

ASMR - The Dusty Attic

2019-11-2710:15

Join me as I draw with my voice. I'll take you up into the dusty attic. A spooky yet beautiful place where the harvest moon shines through the window and onto the creaky floor. Grab that Ouija board over in the dark corner of the room and lets see what it wants to say. Take a listen, close your eyes and let your imagination run wild.
ASMR - The Train Ride

ASMR - The Train Ride

2019-11-1803:59

Wanna take a riiiiide? Where do you want to go? What do you want to see? Close your eyes and imagine yourself on the train. Traveling over the railroad tracks in a very relaxing and cozy train car. Large glass windows, wicked relaxing seats, dim lighting and the aroma of hazelnut coffee flowing through the air. Climb aboard and let's go!
Happy Halloween!!! Join me as I talk about one of my favorite holidays of the year. Fond memories of Halloween around my neighborhood in upstate New York, shaving cream wars, tons of candy, endless trick or treaters and a night of fun unlike any other holiday! Did you ever go trick or treating the day after Halloween? I did with a friend of mine many years ago. Find out what happened in this podcast episode!
Join me in this podcast episode while I'm creeping along in heavy stop and go traffic! Somewhere out there near the Washington DC and Virgina state line. Sometimes the best conversations or ideas occur in heavy traffic. Especially with lots of explatives!
Old cartoons from the 50's, 60's and 70's were much different than todays cartoons. One of the biggest differences was not only the illustrations but the insertion of laughing tracks. A laughing track is basically crowd laughter inserted in spots of a cartoon that more or less give you the cue that you the viewer are supposed to laugh. Why was this done? Listen to my latest podcast episode for the answer.Scooby-Doo is an American animated franchise, comprising many animated television series produced from 1969 to the present day. Writers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears created the original series, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, for Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1969.
In this episode I talk about the history of radio station call letters and the lettering system established very early in the 19th century during the dawn of broadcasting.The United States was given the letters W, K, N, and A. The letters 'N' and 'A' were given to military stations, but 'K' and 'W' were assigned out for commercial use. Radio stations east of the Mississippi River had to start their stations with 'W', and stations west of the Mississippi with 'K'.
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