Re: [podcasters] Massive Podcast Tutorial
- When your finished be sure to submit it to podcastfaq.com we have a
decent resouce their as well..
Walt Snider wrote:
> I'm taking advantage of a long vacation my family is on out of the
> state to write a couple things without interruption.
> In addition to re-recording Victor Kent's (for Kore RPG fans)
> character history, I want to script out and refine a massive and
> complete how to make a podcast tutorial.
> I've been doing this for more than 2 years and I feel I can contribute
> a lot to the people that have zero knowledge in this area, but
> assuming I didn't know anything, what would you want to teach me? This
> will be done in video with me or other local actors (not saying I'm an
> actor, although I am a character) showing various pieces of equipment
> and also will be using screen captures to show editing full podcasts.
> Items I have in mind right now:
> Do it as cheaply as possible: use all the free software and resources
> possiblebitratesediting (how to bleep, etc.)
> uploadingcollaboratingresources (like this discussion group)finding
> cohostsmulti-enders (doubleenders)social networking (I'm a little weak
> here, so please offer some tips for me to include... marketing was
> never my thing)monetizing (same... I'm weak here, how would you cover
> this?)podcast networksetc.
> I will (video or screencap) record a complete recording session and
> the editing. I'm still learning techniques every once in a while, so
> hopefully I can help new people get up-to-speed faster than it took me
> to learn.
> If you don't want to clog up the discussion group, you can email me
> directly, but I think the discussion group as a whole can benefit from
> this discussion.
> Walt Snider
> phone: (954) SPY-NEWS
> email: walt@... <mailto:walt%40waltsnider.com>
> web: www.WaltSnider.com
> blog: www.OffTheWalt.com
> podcasts: www.KoreNewMedia.com
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