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  • The only time someone would bother with auditions would be if they're doing a play or scripted material. But those podcasts have become fairly rare. They just take too much work to do for the size of the audience you get. And you're now competing with streaming video of TV shows and movies. But there are a few around. Typically they're looking for female voices when they do. The...
    writerpatrick@... Mar 7
  • I've used Archive.org for podcasts. It's a good place to start if you just want to try out podcasting since it doesn't cost anything. Archive.org files are meant to be permanent, so it's not good for posting things that you might want to take down later. And all uploads must be either creative commons or public domain but they can include podsafe music. I can't say if its download...
    writerpatrick@... Feb 13
  • What you're looking for is "podsafe" music. You can find a ton of it at music alley .com. You only need to give credit. music alley Home | Mevio.com | Search Shows | Search Music | FAQs | My Music | Mevio Offers | Contact check out these top podsafe artists or check out the t... View on www.musicalley.com Preview by Yahoo
    writerpatrick@... Feb 13
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  • But isn't getting people to go to your website a good thing? You've got a service that a podcaster has to pay for to benefit some listeners. This may benefit the listeners, but how does it benefit the podcaster? What sort of profit can the podcaster see from adding this feature? Shouldn't this be a feature that the listener pays for? --- In podcasters@^$1, wrote: Hello Podcasters...
    writerpatrick@... Sep 19, 2013
  • I've used Feedburner and it does make things a lot easier, although I don't think it's stats are accurate. But it's a good choice for a novice who wants to get into podcasting and try it out, especially when you consider that many podcasts don't even last more than three episodes and most podcasters quit within year. If one does want to podcast professionally then they need to...
    writerpatrick@... Aug 29, 2013
  • How about the "Living Stereo" effect? I would split the track then adjust the volume on each spoken section of the track to make it seem as if people were talking from different parts of the room. I used it all throughout Blue Hot Gossip. It helped to make each character stand out. Another trick is to mix multiple tracks of recordings to create a "chorus" effect and make it seem as...
    Patrick McNa... Jun 11, 2012
  • --- In podcasters@^$1, Maggie Bonham wrote: > > Hey folks! > > I'm looking for free video editing software for vidcasts that works on > Windows. Recommendations? Thanks in advance! Giveawayoftheday.com has Wondershare Video Studio Express today (Apr. 13th), although you have to download and activate it before the end of the day.
    Patrick McNa... Apr 13, 2012
  • Go to your computer's volume settings, find the "line input" setting and mute it. This is a common source of buzzing. --- In podcasters@^$1, "Waidux" wrote: > > Hey guys, first off, I'm sorry if I screwed up posting this, this is my first time using yahoo groups. > I'm sort of new at podcasting and what not, this stuff is really interesting, but I ran into some problems before I...
    Patrick McNa... Apr 5, 2012
  • There's rarely any problem with two or more people doing the same subject. Just look at anime or video game podcasts. There's thousands of them. In fact it's probably best to give the listeners some variety. Consider that there's 24 hours in a single day, so that even if someone listens to every episode of the other show they're still going to have plenty of time to listen to your...
    Patrick McNa... Mar 23, 2012
  • --- In podcasters@^$1, Stephen Nelson wrote: > > Hello all, > > I record a podcast in a noisy restaurant. Unfortunately, I can't really switch venues (it's the restaurant across from where my co-host and I work, and there's no time to record anywhere else). > > I tried, at one point, using the Omnidirectional Powered Stereo Microphone hooked to my Edirol R-09, but there was still...
    Patrick McNa... Feb 6, 2012