Tue, Jan 8 2008 05:51
| Site Redesign
To bring in 2008 I decided there was some changes that are needed to be done to the website. These changes will mainly help new comers to the website navigate it easier. The website has got much larger then I ever expected it to get. I enjoy seeing many people are visiting the website and I hope that you are learning new things from the content. I will be changing the feeds for both the podcasts and I will have those available soon. I just want to say again thank you for all your emails and viewing all the videos that you do. I will have a blog coming out soon with the date of the new site launch.
I know I haven't payed much attention to my podcasting side of this site. It is one of my goals for this site to add more content here.
Subscibe to New Feed
Fri, Nov 23 2007 08:25
| New Feed
Please click this logo to subscribe to my new blog feed. Thanks to everyone to subscribing to my blog, simply click the logo below to be directed to this new feed.
Zune: Is now for podcasts
I know that I have not paid much attention to my podcasting section of the website. That might change shortly. Here you can see a Microsoft Zune 4/8 GB model. Look nice? Look closer. At the bottom of the screen you can see half written the word "Podcast". Finally Microsoft is getting into Podcasting, but is their timing right? I'm hearing the phase "podcasting is dead, podcasting is dying." From my experiences I have work at a studio recording and editing podcasts for the last two years. This year no one has resigned their contracts. I feel that podcasting has taken a step back, but don't all new technologies? Lets take a look back to 1997. Everyone was starting successful home and online businesses and then one by one they started to close down. There are still lots of people working in online and home business, but there had to be a learning curve before it became a real success. Podcasting is now growing up, it is now moving past its developmental stage and becoming a real online tool. There is allot of resources and directories to help podcasting now move forward. I personally do not believe it will be the Zune the will resuscitate the podcast trends but it is a breath of fresh air. The two things every podcaster can do to keep podcasting alive is consistency and quality of content and product. If there is one single thing that can change the tide for podcasting is a subscribe system for Windows users. Most people listen to podcasts from their computer desk top. Window users need an easy way to subscribe to podcasts and consume them from their desk top. Lets see what the future has in store.
Free Music Software. Sequel
Fri, Oct 5 2007 05:35
| Audio, Free Program
Even though this program is designed for the home musician, this audio recording software works much like garage band. It can help any podcaster produce a podcast with music and stingers. Sequel turns you into a producer, and gives you your own fully-loaded music studio. You need HipHop beats for your latest track? Or want to surprise your friends at your next party with your own electro live-set? Sequel gives you everything you need to produce pro-quality tracks at home, on a plane, in the rehearsal room or even live at a club.
And best of all, Sequel is so easy to use that you can get creating your own music straight away.
Click Here to get your free demo
Buy Sequel Here
Audio: How to record you voice
Sat, Aug 25 2007 12:11
| Podcast, Audio
Chain of Events
I just finished my last podcast titled "Chain of Events." In this podcast you will learn about the process your voice goes though before it is uploaded as a podcast. This episode mainly covers all the recording equipment you will need to process a podcast. Click here to listen.
I also plan on purchasing some mp3 players for the website, this means you will be able to listen to these shows while still surfing through the website. This will be in the next week or so.
What do you want to learn about? Is there any questions about recording, audio, podcasting that you have? When I first developed this website, I thought that the podcasting side would receive the most attention. But in fact it is quite the opposite, everyday I seem to be spending my free time writing to people interested in the recording artist section of the website. Now that apple TV is here, there is no doubt in my mind that there will be similar products to follow. Soon everyone will be able to play your podcast from their stereo. I was listening to a podcast today, the host was recording it while driving in traffic and did it ever sound bad. The bass boosters in the stereo only enhanced the background traffic.
Well everyone, have fun in the podcasting world.
Wed, May 2 2007 05:12
Incase you have not of heard about muzikden. It's a video podcast about music. I will be a Co-Host on the next episode and there will be a link to it, when it is avilable.
Podcast Production: 3 Steps that will improve the acoustics in your podcast.
Mon, Apr 30 2007 07:13
| Podcast Production
I have a new Podcast for Podcasters
(P4P) It tells you 3 simple and cost efficient steps that you can take that will improve the acoustics in your podcast.
Step 1: Acoustics
Step 2: The popfilter in the blog The popfilter seminar
Step 3: See Picture Below