974Re: [Beginner] why record live ?
- Jan 1, 2005--- In email@example.com, Scot Mcphee <scot.mcphee@g...> wrote:
> > What I plan to do is the record the voice part on a MiniDisc, thenI know, I'm working with some musicians friends...
> > when I'm happy with it get it in an audio app on my Apple iBook
> > (probably Audacity), then add some ambiance sounds or music.
> BTW, putting music in your podcast is a breach of copyright if you
> don't have permission from the relevant copyright holders (master tape
> and mechanicals).
> Why do live? Because it's a lot more FUN that way. I used to do a fair
> bit of live radio years ago and it's lot more fun, felt more like
> 'radio' than doing a prerecord with heavy editing (boring). Even when
> we had to do a pre-record, it was always best (and easiest) to try and
> produce it as a piece of live radio and just record it
But as you stated you have a radio background so you know how to use
your voice. It's by far not something obvious for a nearly total
beginner like I am. For example, in the little tests i've done I
realized that one of the most difficult thing is to.. end sentences.
When we talk in normal life we don't always finish sentences, (because
we use moves for example for express things), of to have a fluid flow
of words without hem..uuuh.. and silence while seraching for the next
>(which is what a podcast is like).I'm not sure to feel in the "podcast move". What interest me are
basicaly two things. The first is the fact that the "podcast wave"
allow me to access experienced people like you. The other point is
purely technical, in some time people will be able to automagically
download my files (in some times because the tests I have done show
rather clearly that podcast/RSS is very far from mainstream use, it
will be the case the day when app like iTunes vill include Podcast
download, allowing people to get websites files without wondering how
this is done).
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