With all this in mind, the way I approached my take on the podcast was, once I solidified a person to interview (Jeremy Beech) we sat in my room and I started bombarding him with very open ended queries. There were a variety of questions I asked him that led to many different answers and different subject matters, and when there was a specific tangent he'd get on, we'd stay there until we ran out of things to talk about during that tangent. The subject matter I was looking for were more serious stories, but I was not committed to the idea of only serious stories, although that's what we ended up with. The story Jeremy and I ended up telling was his greatest personal fear: Being Disappointed. His story takes us back to his childhood where his parents constantly got his hopes up, but rarely went through with their plans for him. Now, as a kid he understood when things just came up and things just happened to where his parents couldn't go through with their promises. He had a problem when the excuses he was given didn't add up, or were just cop outs so they didn't have to do anything. Throughout the editing process of the podcast I tried keeping the score at a general feeling, then changed it as time and emotion progressed. My favorite part of editing was where I took some of the quotes Jeremy gives and layered a pitched down duplicate of that quote to signify his father's voice and his dark side voice in his head. You can listen to the full podcast on my Soundcloud here, or in the link below.