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Josh and Jackson talk back-up RECording solutions and how calling someone on your mobile phone can be important in an on-the-fly world. @joshuacliston and @GxJackson give you the Pod-skinny on possible ways to record your show if your computer happens to die in the backside. 

 

The guys share their Podcasting gear and set-ups:

  • JOSH: iPhone > Jackson | Shure SM7B > CL-1 > Mackie 1220i > R-05
  • JACKSON: iPhone > Josh | AT2005 > Zoom H6

 

If you have ever had to come up with a Podcasting rig solution on-the-fly, we'd love to hear about it on Twitter, or email Josh on joshuacliston@gmail.com ;)

 

Thanks heaps for checking out the Pod, now go get after it! 

Direct download: SATT__Fly-isode.mp3
Category:Podcast Episodes -- posted at: 5:29am EDT
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http://socialaudiothinktank.com/app-isode1

Josh and Jackson (@GxJackson) share their thoughts on Podcasting Apps (for listening), and what features would Josh (@joshuacliston) add to make his favourite App-Archetype CASTRO absolutely perfect. ;)

 

Some blabbering blabbers: 

  1. 115db bass cut button (or graphic EQ)
  2. Variable playback speed (slider or digital knob)
  3. A total hours listened counter (like the Audible App has for audio-books) (it would have selectable time ranges day/wk/month/yr/all time)
  4. Badges based on total listening that users can send pics of to show producers ..and show producers can use to promote as "fan contests."
  5. Auto fade-in button: so you can avoid being blown out by really LOUD show-openings

 

What features would you love to see in your DREAM PODCAST APP? Tweet us.

 

Podtastic Technical Tasticness:

  • Josh: MXL USB.009 mic > Audacity (Double-Ender) > Skype 
  • Jackson: AT2005 mic > Audacity (Double-Ender) > Skype

 

Contact the #SATT guys: 

  • Josh: @joshuacliston on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. 
  • Jackson: @GxJackson on Twitter. 

 

Thanks so much for listening! now go get after it. 

Direct download: SATT__App-isode_1.mp3
Category:Podcast Episodes -- posted at: 4:42pm EDT
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socialaudiothinktank.com/batch-isode1
Join Josh and Jackson to hear some ideas for Batch-recording your Podcast, and some tips for things NOT-TO-DO. The guys discuss a few mistakes they've made themselves while REC #SATT. 

 

Episode Topic: "Don't mention things that have happened or were said in past episodes then not release the episodes on that schedule. Also, don't edit those sections you mention out of other episodes of your show."

 

Tips within-isode: "Try to avoid mentioning previously recorded episodes, unless you're 100% sure you and your show will be releasing the episodes in that exact order."

 

Pod-techy tech tech: 

  • Josh: MXL USB.009 > Audacity (Double-Ender) > Skype
  • Jackson: AT2005 > Audacity (Double Ender) > Skype

 

Contact the guys:

 

Please subscribe, rate and review Social Audio Think Tank in iTunes and Stitcher. Thanks heaps! :D

Direct download: SATT__Batch-isode1.mp3
Category:Podcast Episodes -- posted at: 8:43pm EDT
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