Category: Tutorials

  • preparations before an interview

    Before you even begin an interview, you should make preparations to ensure that everything runs smoothly. A good interview is something that has been painstakingly prepared even the interview happens. One of the things that you should do is to answer some questions yourself. How long do you plan to hold the interview? Are you […]

  • Podcast on Linux

    I found an article on podcasting with Linux this morning, and thought I’d share it with you. It’s old, but still worth a read. The core of the article deals with Audacity and recording interviews with Skype, which of course can be of interest to non-Linux users as well! The article claims that you will […]

  • EQs – the basic controls

    In music production the EQ, or the equalizer, is perhaps the most important element besides the tools producing the sounds themselves. If you’re doing spoken word for podcasting you won’t have to deal with the same issues someone mixing an entire song has to however, that is, to adjust the frequencies of the separate sounds […]

  • Zune – iPod Contender

    Being one of the many contenders for podcasts, Microsoft’s Zune should be a target for your podcasts as well as the all-present iPod. The Zune is a portable digital music player that has an added wireless feature with a whopping 80 GB or memory with a specific and continuously expanding market as the iPod. With […]

  • Making your own de-esser

    Today we’ll talk more about the de-esser, or more specifically, how you can make one if you haven’t got one. Many early de-essers used in broadcast were actually not de-essers, but homebrew stuff. And it’s not as hard as it sounds. You won’t have to touch a single screw. You will need a compressor and […]