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Podcast Production Tips

Post  Hannah on Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:54 pm

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I figured that this room could use a few more threads, so here 'tis.

What worked for you? Any tips that you would give others?
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Re: Podcast Production Tips

Post  Hannah on Sat Dec 20, 2008 8:09 am

Ok, thanks! I was wondering, though, what do you use to download your podcasts. I know that Regis uses Fireflyer, but I have heard some not so great things about that. Also, how do you get your podcasts to pop up on realplayer. You know, so that you can just play them on your blog, or download them. Do you need to purchase the Pro version to have those capabilities?
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Post  Jellyfish11 on Sat Dec 20, 2008 8:45 pm

I have Audacity, and It's the best!! Clap! I have an unmarked microphone that my dad got at a garage sale I think, so I don't know what it is. But it's not that bad.

To upload your podcast you have to have a server willing to host it for you. I use Internet Archive, and Kmap uses whatever is hosting his website Tadpole Radio. Once it's uploaded somewhere then you just post the direct link on your blog.
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Post  Hannah on Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:05 am

Ok. We are also using audacity, but I am having a bit of a problem. It won't respond to the mic. The mic says that it works, and audacity is fine, accept anything you say into it, isn't being picked up. I think that the problem is that it is not monitoring input. You know that little mic symbol in the upper right hand corner? Well, if you click on it, it gives you the option to "monitor input". On our other computer, when you clicked that, it would work. Also, when you clicked the little microphone again, the option was "moniter output." Now, though, I don't think that it is responding to my command, and is still monitoring output... as if that does any good. Any ideas?
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Re: Podcast Production Tips

Post  Peachey Keen on Fri Feb 13, 2009 8:18 pm

Check out these links.
Free Audio Editor
Wave Pad
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