Re: [podcasters] How important is a pop guard for a microphone?
- Do you wash the hose first or does the stanky feet smell set your podcasting
The foam type is good for windy conditions and also helps keep your mic dry,
especially if you drool a lot.
Other than that, if you practice really good mic technique and never pop
your p's, you can get away with not using a pop filter. I've had some mics
that were more sensitive to pops than others.
On 11/2/07, Nobilis <authornobilis@...> wrote:
> On 11/2/07, Martin Brossman <martin@...<martin%40coachingsupport.com>>
> > How important is a pop guard for a microphone?
> Very important. Popped P's sound lousy.
> > What about a Pop Filter with Goose Neck?
> Gotta have something.
> > What about Foam Ball-Type Microphone Windscreens?
> Those do a different job.
> > The Ball-Type is much cheaper, less clumsy etc.. do they provide value?
> The ball type is cheaper than an old pair of hose and a wire coat hanger?
> I made the pop filters for my microphones for free.
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- Having finally gotten the software to install, which will in no way
become my default podcatcher due to software requirements of continued
use, I found ti was very easy to make an account, as I already had a
Live ID, which clearly shows I am from Canada. I assume you meant
places like Europe and those outside of North America, Rob. One thing,
though. Why does the Zune software require the Windows Firewall to be
running? Is it such a bad piece of software that it cannot notice I
have another firewall installed? Or even work without one? This should
not be a requirement of running the software, and this is why iTunes
will remain my podcatcher of choice.
On Nov 22, 2007 1:41 PM, Rob Greenlee-WebTalkGuys <robg@...> wrote:
> The only answer is that the Zune has not been released to other countries
> yet and thus is geo-IP locked to the US for now. As far as I know,
> international podcasters can submit, but they will not be able to create an
> account in the Marketplace and thus they will not be able to fully use the
> device and software. Sorry.
> Rob Greenlee
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of
> James Williams
> Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2007 3:22 AM
> To: Rob Greenlee-WebTalkGuys
> Subject: Re: Zune Podcast Submissions and Directory Update
> Just curious... why have Microsoft prevented anyone but Americans putting
> their podcasts into Zune Marketplace? Was it Microsoft's intention to
> about podcasters in rest of the world, or just an oversight?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rob Greenlee-WebTalkGuys"
> <robg@...> wrote:
> > We are currently backlogged in submissions to the Zune podcast
> > Our launch has opened a flood of new submissions. We have gotten
> 10's of
> > thousands of submissions in the first week of launch. I have a
> small team
> > and we are working through the list as fast as we can.
> > Please be patient and make sure you have a good looking 300x300 or
> > album art image in your podcast feed. If the feed does not have
> album are
> > it won't make it through the process to the Zune Marketplace.
> > Thank you to everyone as this is an exciting time for Zune and
> > I will soon be releasing the link code to enable external deep
> links into
> > the Zune Podcast Marketplace that will launch the Marketplace and
> then load
> > the individual podcast page in the Marketplace.
> > Sincerely,
> > Rob Greenlee
> > Zune Podcast Programming Lead
> > http://www.zuneinsider.com
> > http://www.zune.net
> > _____
> > From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
> > Behalf Of writerpatrick
> > Sent: Friday, November 16, 2007 6:25 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [podcasters] Re: Zune Podcast Submissions and Directory
> > --- In podcasters@yahoogro <mailto:podcasters%40yahoogroups.com>
> > "Rob Greenlee-WebTalkGuys"
> > <robg@> wrote:
> > >
> > > We will be launching our <http://www.zune. <http://www.zune.net/>
> > Zune Marketplace
> > Podcast
> > >
> > > Windows OS users please plan on downloading the new
> > > <http://www.zune. <http://www.zune.net/en-US/meetzune/>
> > net/en-US/meetzune/> Zune Marketplace software on November
> > > 13th, then visit the main podcast section in the software
> > to "Suggest a
> > > Podcast" for inclusion in the public Podcast Marketplace. It is
> > my plan
> > > to have a feed submission form on the Zune.net website very soon
> > for Mac
> > > only users, but it will not be there for our Nov 13th launch.
> > > Rob Greenlee
> > > Zune Podcast Programming Manager
> > > <http://www.zuneinsi <http://www.zuneinsider.com> der.com>
> > http://www.zuneinsi <http://www.zuneinsider.com> der.com
> > > <http://www.zune. <http://www.zune.net> net> http://www.zune.
> > <http://www.zune.net> net
> > >
> > So how long does it take to get a podcast approved for the
> > marketplace? I would have posted mine here earlier had I known. I
> > think many of the newer podcasts were left off becuase they didn't
> > know either. I was surprised by a couple of the selections because
> > some of them have had almost no postings lately while others that
> > quite active (like Podcast Ping) were left off. I've actually been
> > making an effort lately to assure to be ready for the ZUNE launch
> > including adding a one-click button to my site weeks ago.
> > The podcast is Podcast Ping at http://podcastping.
> > <http://podcastping.blogspot.com> blogspot.com and the feed is
> > http://feeds. <http://feeds.feedburner.com.>
> > I've already submitted it
> > twice (once yesterday and once the day before) so it should be in
> > system.
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