Re: New Podcast
- Hi there,
Fantastic that you are focusing on narrative audio tools, you're totally right that most tools are focused on music production, complicating many processes. Take a look at Hindenburg Journalist (hindenburgsystems.com), our new audio production tool made for narration and audio book production, including a lot of podcasting-specific features.
One I think you'll like is the auto-leveling feature, that sets the levels according to Loudness principles, i.e. perceived volume rather than measured volume. Another one is 1-click podcasting, that updates your RSS feed and prepares and uploads your mastering according to your presets. We have a 30-day trial here hindenburgsystems.com/trial.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kenn Crawford <kenn@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I created a podcast to help writers new to audio learn how to record and
> produce better sounding audiobooks. Episode 1 is live at Podiorookie.com
> and will be available in iTunes shortly.
> Throughout the podcast we'll be covering a lot of topics: Recording and
> editing techniques, microphones and how to use them, EQs, compressors
> and other audio editing tools, the proper use of Sound FX and music
> beds, setting up your recording area for cleaner tracks, narrating
> techniques, tips for writing (or adapting) your story for audio,
> interviews with authors and voice-over artists, getting your name "out
> there" and so much more!
> Pop on over for a visit, have a look-see around the site, and listen to
> episode 1 of PodioRookie and let me know what you think. The debut
> episode is 12 minutes 53 seconds long and there's a lot more to content
> to come!
> If you have any comments, words of advice, please let me know.... I'm
> all ears and at your mercy. :)
> Thanks for taking the time to read my post,