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
Podcasting: What is it?
In this podcast tutorial you'll learn how podcasting works in non-technical terms. The process is explained from both the side of the podcaster as well as the podcast consumer. More tutorials and courses can be found at www.HowToCreateAPodcast.com.
Audio: How to record you voice
The basics of digital audio production for podcasters
iPod, You Don't Need One. By: Uncle Seth
A podcasting "public service announcement" by Toronto band Uncle Seth http://musicface.com/uncleseth/. Co-written by John C. Havens of the About.com Guide To Podcasting http://podcasting.about.com/. If you're a podcaster, go to http://musicface.com/uncleseth/pmn/ or http://musicpodcast.ca/podcast-psa/ for links to an MP3 file you can use for your show.Oh, and catch Uncle Seth at PodCamp Toronto
Microphones for Podcasters
The big bother to the Podcaster. This new Rode Microphone is planned to be out in April. The Procaster utilizes the same end-address configuration as the Podcaster offering the clarity of RØDE’s tailored-for-voice frequency response, and of course very low self noise. It has a balanced output via an industry standard 3 pin XLR and is powered via 48V phantom supply. The Procaster offers a