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Become a podcaster
Didn't think you could do a podcast, or don't know how? This is the podcast for you. From the very basics, on, you'll learn all you need to know to create compelling audio on a budget.
Episode 7 - The Garageband Edition
January 19, 2006
| Wayne reviews the new podcast features in Garageband 3, just out for the Mac. He ends the show with "I Love My Mac" by Toronto musician Daphne Kalfon.
When You're Mobile
January 2, 2006
| A rundown of the devices you'll need when you want to take your podcast to the street.
Episode 5 - Mr. Music Please
December 12, 2005
| Wayne explains how to make a musical signature for your podcast, and why he hasn't had one so far.
07:47 minutes (7.14 MB)
Episode 4 - Messin' With Sound
November 24, 2005
| Once you capture sound, you'll want to manipulate it. In this episode, you'll learn about the basic techniques you can use to edit, sweeten, clean up and enhance your audio.
Episode 2v - Microphones on Parade (VIDEO)
November 6, 2005
| In this short video, Podcast DIY host Wayne MacPhail serves up a quick visual rundown of podcast microphones.
Episode 3 - Nerd Talk About Digital Audio
November 1, 2005
| Host Wayne MacPhail explains all about the difference between analog and digital sound recording, sample size, sample rate and compression. See, told you he'd talk nerdy.
13:13 minutes (6.06 MB)
Episode 2: All About Microphones
October 22, 2005
| Host Wayne MacPhail gives you a quick overview of the types of microphones and devices you can use to record your podcast.
10:52 minutes (4.99 MB)
Episode 1: Yes, You Can Make a Podcast
October 17, 2005
| Wayne MacPhail, the executive producer of the rabble podcast network, introduces you to the very basics of how to produce a podcast. And yes, you can do it.
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