39617Re: [podcasters] that phone interview question again
- Feb 12 3:50 AMWhat type of phone do you have? I have a droid (with a headphone out jack).
I got a cord at radio shack and went from my phone out to a channel on my
board (a few connectors to go 1/8" to 1/4") and now I can add bass and trele
to the phone and control the volume with my mixer. I just talk into the
phone and my microphone. The output of the mixer goes into the computer, or
in my case a Zune H4.
The other alternative is Skype out where you can call people's phones. I
still get their phone number (as Skype can get weird too) you might have
some "can you say that again - skype cut out moments).
On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Calvin Powers <calvin@...> wrote:
> I have been a happy and enthusiastic fan of talkshoe.com as a great way to
> conduct live phone interviews with guests. One of the reasons I like
> talkshoe so much is that they give you the chance to record phone
> at much higher bit rates than most conference call services. So while the
> recording quality is not great it's better than most phone interviews.
> But tonight I had a scheduled interview and was not able to get into the
> system. Constant busy signal. Of course, there is no human being I can call
> for help. I did leave a phone mail on their system outage phone number. But
> it's too late now. I've already cancelled the interview and now have an
> irritated guest to deal with.
> So back to the drawing board. What do folks recommend for recording phone
> interviews? I found this page on transom.org which seems to do a great job
> at describing all the hardware based solutions. But honestly, I'd rather
> have a conference call service that we can all dial into.
> Anyway, I'd like to hear what other people are doing for recording phone
> Calvin Powers
> the taproot music feed podcast<
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