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Srs Bzns Podcast S01E01 – Corps and Ship Fitting

So finally Episode 1 is done and dusted and ready for consumption! We apologise for the rather long delay, but we had a few technical problems and finding time to record also proved to be a bit troublesome.  Syncing schedules is much easier with one person!

This episode is a very basic breakdown of the various modules in EVE and a few tips on how to select and fit them on your ships. The frigate fits we mention can be found in a follow-up post HERE.

I’m sure we didn’t cover everything, so if you have any follow-up questions do not hesitate to email, tweet, post a comment or even better send in an audio question, and we will be happy to answer in the next episode. Enjoy!

DISCLAIMER: We realise the sound quality of this episode does not match that of the pilot, but everything will be back to normal next show!  Recording via Skype is a totally different animal.

FAIL: Yes, BH appears to have confused shield boosters with cap boosters. The data is correct in his brain, it just got corrupted on the way to his mouth. Sorry bout that.

FAIL 2: No song this show.  BH is struggling with self-loathing while mastering the vocal track for Hisec Miner’s Blues.


  • 0:00:00 - Intro
  • 0:00:58 - Introducing Plastician!
  • 0:08:16 - Help Me, Obi-Wan: Ship Fitting
  • 1:11:42 - Learn By Failing: Shooting Blues
  • 1:17:04 - Listener Question: Joining a Corporation
  • 1:26:25 - Shoutouts & Outro




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Reader Comments (6)

[...] is just a quick appendix to the Ship Fitting episode as we felt there was a few things we left out or maybe some things we should stress a bit [...]

November 22, 2010 at 3:36 | Unregistered CommenterBasic Fitting 101 > Srs Bzn

Finally! Downloading now and will listen to it tonight at work. Thanks BH.

November 23, 2010 at 20:52 | Unregistered CommenterDillon

Definitely enjoyed the podcast and I learned a lot. Really liked the chemistry between you and Plas, you two seemed to gel together really well and it made for an enjoyable podcast listening experience. My only complaint is the audio quality, definitely dropped down a notch from the pilot episode. I'm guessing this is because you're recording over skype and have weird Aussie internet. So if not a lot can be done to correct it than it's not a big deal, I'm sure I'll get used to it.

Just wanna say thanks to both of you for putting this together and to keep up the great work as it's really an excellent resource for all us EVE noobs out there.

November 24, 2010 at 0:56 | Unregistered CommenterRemmy Deus

Thanks for listening and for the comment Remmy :)

About the sound quality, this was one of the reasons I loved the pilot episode and was worried I would bring it down with using Skype. But we have fixed the issues (I think) so quality (at least from BH's mic) will be better next episode!

November 24, 2010 at 6:18 | Unregistered Commenterplas

Thanks Remmy. Yep the audio quality really grinds my gears this time - it was a combination of Skype wierdness and bad levels at my end. Garbage in garbage out unfortunately, I couldn't fix it in post. Lesson learned, and please rest assured that audio quality is right up there on our list of priorities.

November 24, 2010 at 6:18 | Unregistered Commenterblackhuey

YW Dillon, hope you like it :)

November 24, 2010 at 6:21 | Unregistered Commenterblackhuey

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