Tagged: podcasting

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Podcasting on Linux: It Can Be Done

When Jeff asked me to write about podcasting in Linux, my immediate thought was to do a basics article. I almost immediately came to realize that the process is no different than I imagine it would be with Windows or Mac, with one exception. I felt like making the point about how similar the process is for me on Windows and what ismore properly called GNU/Linux, was a point worth making. The reasons for choosing Linux are covered in detail on the rest of the web, but suffice it to say if your laptop is aging and you don’t have the cash...

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Submitting your Podcast to Podcast Directory

So you have created your podcast, and are ready to tell the world about it. Now what? Now it’s time to submit that podcast to a directory. This is a website that takes your feed, then re-aggregates it for you to their audience so your show gets discovered. When you go on the front page of a directory, it highlights podcasts you can watch or listen to. It might even tell you what is new. You can then listen from there, or download to your mp3 player. There are many podcast directories that you can submit your show to. Just...

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Record a Podcast Using Web-Based Spreaker Software

There are many ways to record your podcast. Heck, you can even use an old tape recorder and transfer to computer if you wanted to. But why do that when you have a multitude of software out there to not only record your voice, but also add sound effects and music? Take Spreaker (pronounced similar to “Speaker”), for example. This is a cloud-based podcast software you can use to record your show. You can sign up for free, and start podcasting within moments. You can also podcast using a mobile device – If you have an iPhone or iPad, or...

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Sonomax eers Custom Fitted Earplug Molds at Great Prices

About a year and a half ago at CES, I ran into this company. At first, I thought it was another headphone company, but upon closer inspection, these in ear headphones included custom fitted earplugs within minutes. How can they make custom molds in a 10 minute sitting? The name of the company is called Sonomax. They are comprised of musicians and warehouse workers who needed custom molding earphones to isolate certain sounds while enhancing others. Years ago, if you wanted custom mold earphones, you would have to go to a special ear doctor that would make the molds. That...

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Using GarageBand to Record a Podcast

In the ever-growing world of podcasting, artists are striving to make a lifestyle easier for themselves. A large portion of the podcast community is focused solely around recording, and recording techniques. One valuable recording technique that is important for every rising podcaster to know is the ability to use amples and loop files within their show. This can save on time in the recording process while also creating an interesting effect within the show. Luckily, technology is helping podcasters more and more to get this desired effect. Computer programs such as GarageBand are easy to use and can create a...

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9 Vocal, Mental and Visual Warm ups Before Starting a Podcast

If you were to run a marathon, you would stretch before you began. If you were to golf 18 holes, you pull out the clubs and take a few practice swings or hit the putting green before your tee time. Podcasting also should bring you a warm-up process. You should be warming up your vocal chords and body to get ready for a show. Here are some great warm-up techniques you should try before taking the proverbial stage. Breathing and Meditating What? I know how to breath. Why do I need to worry about that? Actually, the idea of this...

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MXL 770 with Shock Mount Brings Cheap Solution to Podcasts

Looking to increase your audio podcast? You bought a mixer, you bought a compressor. Now it’s time for the microphone. That radio shack special is not cutting it anymore. That is where the MXL line of microphones comes in. MXL 770 is a great Cardioid microphone that you can use to record podcasts and get a great sound out of it. Cardioid microphones are great for speech, and have a uni-directional pattern. This means if you were on the back side of the microphone, your voice would not pick up as well. Think of an apple being put in front...

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About

Overview How to Record Podcasts is an emerging site for those who want to record a podcast (video or audio), or already have been recording podcasts. This site gives tips and tricks into how to record podcasts, publish,  plan your website, set up rss feeds, and much more. Managing Editor Created by Jeffrey Powers, a podcaster for over 7 years. He has been making shows and internet video for his site Geekazine (www.geekazine.com), and TPN (www.tpn.tv). About HTRP How to Record Podcasts gives you a full library of products, tips and tricks in podcasting. If you are planning anything from...

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Using Headphones While You Podcast?

You might have seen some people wearing some big headphones while they record their shows. Others seem to not be wearing them at all. Lets go down on the skinny of headphones while podcasting. Why Wear Headphones? You basically avoid bleed-through. When you use speakers, the microphone might just pick up the sound and send it back through. That causes a feedback loop. We don’t want that when we podcast, so headphones are a good alternative. Get Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD at Amazon Headphones or Ear Buds? The idea is to seal out any sound coming in. The answer...

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What is a Podcast?

You might think: I have heard podcasts, and I have heard of podcasting, but what is this all about? Well, that is what we are going to explore at How to Record Podcasts. A Podcast is simply a show you get on the internet. No other way to put it. However you record your show – audio, video, or smoke signals. A podcast allows you to express your views and opinions, or even report what is going on in the world. Podcasts can be one minute in length, or 2 hours. There have been podcast marathons, where people sit recording for...