37639Re: PodCasting Newbie
- Sep 30, 2008--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "morvenwestfield" <morven@...> wrote:
>I already have my own. My brother is in band and he got some hardware
> For recording software, there's Audacity. It's absolutely free, well-
> done, relatively easy to learn, and since so many people use it, there
> are many places to find help if you have problems.
and software for his Pc. I have a Copy of Cubase LE, that I've used
for some time now.
Also I do have some access to Cubase 4! (But I need to take my bro's
pen drive collection!)
I know that help will be hard to find... But It's what I needed to
learn of the Course I was on.
> There are also many podcasts ABOUT podcasting. Two that I listen toDummies Seasons 1&2 is on my iTunes, with Morevi.
> regularly, both my members of this forum, I believe, are:
> Podcasting for Dummies Companion Podcast (Tee Morris)
> Dave Jackson's School of Podcasting Morning Announcements (Dave Jackson)
> If you can afford books, the two I started with are:I'm planning to buy the Dummies Book. But I think I already know the
> Podcasting for Dummies (Tee Morris, Evo Terra, Chuck Tomasi)
> Podcast Solutions (Michael Geoghegan and Dan Klass)
basics, well up to making a series of Audio files on my PC.
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