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Joe Rogan Experience #1322 – Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts is a musician, singer, beatboxer, actor, and comedian. His improvised musical sets are created using only his voice, a keyboard, and a looping machine. He is also currently the announcer and band leader on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

35 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1322 – Reggie Watts

  1. Sometimes I find myself trying to talk to Joe, like… "No, man, smell is totally addressed. Food, Joe. It's Food and Drink, Joe. Get it right!" And then I realize I'm talking to a computer monitor.
    Also, I wanna hear more Reggie, thanks. I love you, Joe, but… more Reggie please.
    EDIT Upon continued listening… I would love to talk to Reggie. I kept finding myself jumping up and being like, "Hell yeah! Whitesnake, maan!"

  2. I was hoping for more of a back and forth, but whatever that was that Reggie brought absolutely toasted their brains. I can seriously skip to any part of the podcast and feel like i'm not listening to it out of order because it's THAT scattered.

  3. I love reggie watts. Although the info on mastering and vinyl and flac etc was a tad wrong. Virtually everything is mastered digitally these days on speakers that don't have a sub. Mastering speakers are usually one piece with low end speakers integrated. If you want as close to the way the mastering engineer heard it you want an uncompressed digital file played with very few stages, high quality digital analogue conversion and amplification into full range very flat frequency response speakers. Also in an acoustically.treated room. Vinyl is better than MP3 and other compressed formats but it won't compete with a digital file that's close to the master file. In fact often a vinyl master is compromised in the extreme frequencies to prevent the needle from jumping and to allow for tighter grooves on the vinyl to allow for more playing time across the vinyl. But, I really like Reggie Watts.

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