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This is Alberto from Fuseroom Berlin. Some weeks ago I started my own podcast that is going to cover topics of studio and music business, recording/mixing/mastering and audio production in general.
I thought it might be of interest to some of you, even for spending some time together, virtually, every week-end. If nothing, it's going to be my weekend therapy session!
I usually follow the format of:
- What's been going on in the week at Fuseroom
- Question of the week
- 2 things I've learnt this week
Recently, I am gonna setup a bedroom podcast station for a friend.
What type of acoustic foam should I apply on the wall (Rear and Back) ?
Mic Type :
Hey there, I had a similar post a couple of months back, and you guys have been great, so I'd like to turn to you for help again.
I thought this was worth sharing
I've been doing a Podcast for a while now but recently I've decided to step up my game a bit and start a daily show, but I need more serious equipment and I don't really no much about these hardwares.
I've been foolish enough to buy the RODE Podcaster, which as far as I know is a dead end due to it's inability to work with audio interfaces.
What I need is two Mics, the ability to fade in music, play audio clips while recording, take phone calls, and an overall close to radio experience.
Hi guys and girls,
I am looking to records some podcasts with my Zoom H4n. I have three XLR mics that I am trying to use.
I have plugged 2 of the mics into the XLR inputs.
For the third mic, I bought a .5mm TRS jack to XLR cable to plug into the back of the Zoom H4n. It records in 4 channel mode.
I have a podcast that I've just started recording. The sound is terrible though. I understand that sound is the most important aspect of any podcast.
Here's my question.
I google hangout or skype with a friend who is 5000 miles away. I've been using my internal mic to record everything. It's pretty awful.
I just tried to use a soundbar speaker and push my friends feed out through the speaker into a USB mic. again this was pretty poor.
I'm getting there...
I am trying to track down some information and this seems like a great place to start.
I am trying to set up a podcast with some friends. We have 4 people.
The goal is to have everyone on a microphone recording in a roundtable discussion where each person is on a separate track. We would like to all be recording the podcast at the same time. But for editing purposes and post we would like to have each person on a separate track.
Hey guys, I'm looking to start up a podcast (I have Vista), but I have a couple questions.
1. What is the best free software to do this? I'm thinking of using Audacity.
2. Is there a way to configure Audacity to record all audio on my computer? I am mostly looking to do this to record Skype and possible other audio, music, etc.