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Posted 27 March 2006 - 11:09 AM
I was considering experimenting with podcasts as I did some Stienberg music tech courses last year.
very usefull article for the encoding side. howeaver its about sound on websites which is slightly diferent to podcasts.
Id say if you want to do a decent sounding podcast - and some of big podcasts do sound amater.
1 a proper sound card the builtin ones often are very noisy M-Audio and E-Mu do good semi pro cards for undr a hnudred quid now.
2 record at a high bit rate 96k 24 bit then dub it down the mp3 or what have you
For podcasts with multiple participants
You realy need a small mixer so that you can give each participant a mike and fade them up and down - berinhinger do some good ones for around 35-40 quid.
Computer Music Mag gives away a full set of recording software on each
covermount which may be of interest it also has plugins so you can tidy up
your recordings and make the sound better.
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