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.
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
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: AcousticsStep 2: The popfilter in the blog The popfilter seminarStep 3: See Picture Belowgoogle_ad_client = "pub-5152252550516914";google_ad_width = 336;google_ad_height = 280;google_ad_format = "336x280_as";google_ad_type = "
New software for Windows
Steinberg has announced a new DAW that I believe window based podcasters should be excited about. I do not know the exact release date, but the price is very competitive. This program has a very similar look and feel with Apple Garage Band. There will be more blogs written about this exciting new program as the release date comes near. Click on the picture to view a demonstration from Sonic
Tue, Apr 17 2007 01:35 | Podcast Production
Here is a quick look at my new podcast production studio. I will be adding some more room treatments, I will keep you updated about changes to the studio.google_ad_client = "pub-5152252550516914";google_ad_width = 468;google_ad_height = 60;google_ad_format = "468x60_as";google_ad_type = "text_image";//2007-04-25: Banner W/O Javagoogle_ad_channel = "6211605160";google_color_border = "FFFFFF";
Free Podcasting Program
In this video, we will show you how to record your first podcast. We will show you how to record sound on your computer using Audacity®, a free open source software for recording and editing sounds. Audacity® is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.
Sat, Mar 10 2007 02:04 | Podcast Production
Podcast Plus features a wide range of services. Everything you need to create and deliver your Podcast, from content creation and production to RSS feed delivery and graphic design. When you choose us for your production needs you won’t need to look elsewhere for complimentary services. Our prices are meant to fit any budget and we will work with you to create the best professionally produced and