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As many of you will know, last week I stuck to my promise of launching a Podcast in the new year and released the first episode, 'How I Would Make Money Online...
How to Podcast"The definitive step-by-step guide on how to podcastwithout breaking the bank."This is the home of the free podcast tutorial that will takeyour podcast from concept to launch fast and for minimal costbrought to you by, Jason Van Orden, author of Promoting Your Podcast."
Blue Microphones Keeps On Innovating: Announces Three New Microphones Here At CES [CES 2012] | This new Spark is actually an updated model, and its new iPad compatibility opens up a whole new world of use for the Spark. You could use it to podcast on your iPad, or use it to record instruments or vocals right into your Garage Band app. We’re expecting a review unit in the next couple of months; our iPad is ready and waiting. Cult of Mac: http://t.co/COISdTpu...
What is podcasting?
The word podcast is a combination of the two words iPod and broadcast. Podcasting has been compared to radio broadcasting because it usually has a single producer (or group of people producing it) and the audio transmission is sent to lots of listeners. What’s different about podcasting is that, unlike radio, the person listening doesn’t have to listen to it at the time of broadcasting. Instead of a radio transmitter, a podcast is stored on the web as a digital sound file and this sound file can then be transferred to any computer or digital device, such as an iPod or MP3 player. The listeners can then choose when they listen.
To listen to a podcast you need:
a computer or mobile device capable of playing digital sound filessome speakers or headphonesTo create a podcast you need:
a computer or mobile device with a microphonesome form of recording softwarea place online to store and distribute the audio you produce
We swung by Blue Microphones' booth at CES to get our hands on its trio of new mics, and while the Mikey Digital and Spark Digital (the former for iPhone and iPad, and the latter for iPad only) looked very much like their analog counterparts, the cute little Tiki was quite the attention-seeker with its cyborg snail-like shape (and did we mention that there’s a push button on its butt for toggling Intelligent Mute?).
You’ve decided on the topic that you will cover, but you haven’t yet picked a name. Perhaps you will be podcasting about a hobby. Let’s say you are a photographer, and you’ll be talking about that as your main topic.
Recording your voice is a very personal thing. Finding a microphone that flatters your voice the most, and choosing a pickup pattern or mic type that suits the space you are recording in, is an important task. Some microphones can do a better job of keeping the sound of your room out of the recording, while others pick up the detailed nuances of your voice, but are more susceptible to background noise and sound reflections off of the walls around you.
Use your blog, Twitter, Facebook, and website to promote your podcast. If you have an e-mail list, this would be a good time to send out an announcement about a freebie that your fans can enjoy. Dont just limit your promotion to the online world ...
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This is the first of 4 videos that discuss the pedagogy of using audio and video presentation in the classroom. We will follow up with additional episodes sh...
Donna Papacosta's presentation to the Documentary Scripting class of Joan Vinall-Cox at the University of Toronto (Mississauga campus), January 2012...
RØDE announces 2 new Microphones for DSLRs Digital imaging news, cameras, canon, nikon, olympus, fujifilm, sony, panasonic, pentax...
Though the medium of podcasting has been around for over a decade now, it is not limited to professional productions and online celebrities. Also, podcasts need not be posted on iTunes or other popular podcasting sites.
This past weekend, several podcasters notified the media hosting company libsyn that their podcasts had been pulled from iTunes completely. The podcasters received only a general email message from Apple simply informing them of the fact.
Libsyn reports that Apple’s reasoning for the takedowns:
The offending podcasts album artwork included unauthorized Apple product imagery.Many content creators were unaware that companies are required to defend their trademarks and takedown unauthorized uses of them.
If you're new to Spreecast and want to up your game with better sound, let's talk about it with a discussion about microphones and mixers.
This tutorial shows how to easily take the vocals or singing out of any recording. Subscribe so you can keep track of new Audacity & Recording tutorials.
Podcasting is a way to turbo-charge your static content.” Dave Thackeray, The Podcast Guy Reading time: 15 minutes – 3,543 words of wisdom. Are you keen to give podcasting a whirl? So am I.
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Get Your Podcasts In PocketCasts For smartphone users, subscribing to podcasts via PocketCasts is one of the simplest ways to find great shows! It also removes the need to sync the phone regularly.
Difference in Mono and Stereo in Audacity. This video tutorial shows how to edit and work with mono and stereo music and sounds recordings with sound recording and editing software Audacity.
Learn how to convert a stereo track to mono and set your recording preference mono.
What is it that makes a pedant out of a podcaster? The subject of microphones. I'm here to set the story straight. Forget the mic obsession! I agree that fabulous audio is a plus point – but there are so many essential ingredients that outweigh the pin-sharp acoustics. Creating a reputation as a people person, a passionate podcaster yearning to help others with your expertise, is way more potent a plan to follow than worrying about where you’ll find £200 for a microphone.