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amazingshite 08-05-2006 10:39 PM

Question about the show... for Keith!?
 
Yea, this is random, and there's like no other place to put it, and I don't know the email, even though im listenin to the podcast right now! ugh, Its more a question for keith.

I was wondering what equipment you/he uses, and like what program to record, and broadcast live......

Thanks.

jeffdrafttech 08-05-2006 10:48 PM

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Originally Posted by amazingshite
Yea, this is random, and there's like no other place to put it, and I don't know the email, even though im listenin to the podcast right now! ugh, Its more a question for keith.

I was wondering what equipment you/he uses, and like what program to record, and broadcast live......

Thanks.

Fuuuuukkkk Yooooouuuuuuu

amazingshite 08-05-2006 10:52 PM

thanks......same to you

unknownsoldier 08-05-2006 10:55 PM

its the customary introduction on the forums

I know that they use AUDACITY to record. They are always cahnging what equiptment they use - i can't keep track of it.

amazingshite 08-05-2006 11:07 PM

oh, thanks, yea...I was thinking of starting my own podcast, other than my current one, and I currently just use nero for recording, so I was looking for an alternative and something that is just made for recording, thanks.

gumby013 08-05-2006 11:12 PM

Here is what I know for sure:

They just got a new Mackie mixer.
They use Audacity for recording.
Keith's mic is a Heil PR-40 (sexy potatoE thinks it looks like a titanuim dildo)
They also just got 2 Heil studio mic booms.

MichaelG 08-05-2006 11:41 PM

Ask Matt and spooky, Keith may not be the best guy to ask.

ooda 08-06-2006 12:11 AM

Amazingshite, don't get ahead of yourself. Audacity is what you need (it handles multiple streams, editing of the recordings, and encoding), and depending at your needs, then just spend a bit on decent microphones and headphones. A decent sound-card in the computer should be enough, though if it gets serious, then consider investing in a mixer. And don't forget to do the show somewhere where there isn't a lot of ambient noise, and not too big a room to prevent echo and the like. If you're really serious, then you can insulate the walls and whatnot to cut down on outside interference.

Though if you're just starting a podcast, it's probably not worth dropping a few hundred on equipment. Get a few shows under your belt and then start upgrading. And most importantly, make the show interesting, and not just some generic podcast that talks about technology or the like. The main thing is to bring something new to the table.

If you really need suggestions, then like Michael G said, ask Matt B. Other than being a genuinely nice guy, he also has a breadth of knowledge about this sort of stuff.

designbydave 08-06-2006 01:47 AM

hey guys (first post here)

A buddy of mine and I have been doing a podcast since last December. We use Adobe Audition 1.5 for recording. It's way over-kill for what we are doing but its the only application that I could figure out how to do multi-track recording. (any one know how to do this in Audacity?)

As for mics, we are just using some Logitech USB headsets. They have decent audio quality and are easy to setup.

unknownsoldier 08-06-2006 01:49 AM

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK YOU!


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