The tenth episode of The Test is rather special to me for several reasons:
1) I read Cunningham's mind;
2) I predict Stacey's demise;
3) Cunningham administers a fairly logical test;
4) I edited the entire thing on my ancient MacBook Pro while I was on vacation.
Number four is the thing that makes me the happiest. I took all the little bits and pieces of audio-- the intro and the outro, the heavenly music and the intermission riffs-- and I made them into WAV files and imported them into the cruddy version of Garage Band on my Mac. Then I created the Voice of God with some Garage Band effects. Then I recorded the Voice of God in our beach house, directly into my laptop (and, in the process, surely convinced the three other families in our beach househ that I was a lunatic). My own family already knows this.
But I got the job done and it sounds fine. As William Gibson said, we are living in the future, it's just not evenly distributed yet.
Hope you give it a listen and play along. Also, we are always looking for guests and/or new tests. I am going to try to figure out how to Skype people into an episode and capture a decent audio recording, which should open up some new possibilities and also feel very future-tech. I have never Skyped with anyone . . . you could be the first.