My review may be a bit outdated, and I will update if my feelings change, but I was highly reccomended this show from a friend, so I went to the beginning and downloaded the entire series and started listening from the first episode. As I write this review, I am on episode 20.
Perhaps it's just the lack of spacing between episodes that pushes me to feel that topics are repeated far too frequently in back-to-back weeks. Every episode will discuss noise gates, the necessity to multi-track, a propensity to Apple products, and how Podcasting is changing other media. It's probably OK if you have little to no podcast or audio engineering experience, or are listening to only one episode per week or month, but as a marathon listener who burned through a few episodes per week I feel like very little new material was added in each episode. Rather than explaining a gate every time a question is asked, could you just respond to the question "Noise gates would help you, here's a summary, go to episode 2 for details." I'm a big fan of self-referential shows, which is a method that this podcasts seems to have left behind.
Overall, this is a good show, and is useful for it's target audience, but to anyone who's already started, or has a basic understanding of audio tools, there are hundreds of excellent descriptions of the same 5 tips. Useful, but not sure it needs 26 episodes.
I'll reassess soon, as I am getting to the point where episodes were released much farther appart, so I'm expecting Dan to reveal that he felt the same at some point.