w(t)f episode #5

A day late and, as they say, a dollar short.

This time, playing with a microphone to help cut down on background noise. Talking about the new mac offerings.

Like I mentioned, this is #5 of 10 before getting it into itunes. Album should be procured by the end of the week, and I hope to have any more audio issues hammered out by then as well.

As usual, let me know what you think!

[audio:http://www.windthefrog.net/podcast/wtf_ep5.mp3]

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Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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2 Comments

  1. Your microphone eliminated too much of the background noise. I couldn’t hear your Mini shifting thru the gears. I am comparing your podcast to Robert’s Mobile Movie Minute and he has more background noise. I like the format, length of time, and subject matter. Maybe you can do a studio podcast commenting on installing Parallels and XP or Vista. I have only used PC’s. Are you going to create a studio like Leo Laporte?

  2. Your microphone eliminated too much of the background noise. I couldn’t hear your Mini shifting thru the gears.

    The problem here is that the background noise drowns me out, and I can’t get any volume out of it before it starts to clip. Trying to find a good balance between being in the car and making something listenable is turning out to be pretty tough. Now, if I could just drive at 30mph for 10-15 minutes, it would probably be ok.

    Are you going to create a studio like Leo Laporte?

    Man, that would be sweet. But Leo has about 20K a month in donations that help him pay for the 10K worth of equipment he has in his studio. My budget is closer to $0US. So, probably not.

    Oh yea, when I do the Parallels XP thing, the microphone will be on!

    Thanks!

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