Re: TalkShoe Echo?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jaffesalad" <jaffesalad@...> wrote:
>> You need to separate the streaming comp from the recording comp, andboard.
> you will have several issues with the phones. If you use skype or a
> voip, I cannot tell you what to do, because we never successfully took
> a single digital call without echo being an issue. Currently, I am
> saving for an 800 dollar Phone to PC card to make everything buttery.
> If your echo happens regardless of phone calls, you need to isolate
> where the repeat is being "heard" by your set up. Start with your mic,
> then any cohost mics, then the phones, then, when you are sure these
> are all clear, proceed to the output for your computer. Do you have
> speakers that are playing the show back? Do the headphones play so
> loud the mic picks them back up?
> Once we separated the streaming comp and put in the dedicated
> recording comp, our echo issues were resolved. We still need one more
> comp, though, because when folks on our network want to record a
> podcast, we end up taking down the stream so we can have use of our
>Thanks, I'll need to look into all the things you suggested. And I
> None of that probably helps, but I hope you get it resolved. Doing
> your show Live is so very much cooler and neater and awesomer than
> stale audio... We do three hours live every Sunday 2-5pm, and then
> release the podcasts during the week on Mon, Wed, and Fri... Course,
> that means we do not do much, if any, news talk on Friday, cause by
> then the Media has talked those subjects to death. But it is nice to
> get the scoop on everybody Sunday!
> Working without a net makes you sharper, and a better broadcaster, in
> my opinion. Everyone should try it. Unless you have somebody on the
> show that coughs a lot...
agree, live shows are much more interesting.
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