Jun 4, 2015
In this episode Josh L and Josh A share some more thoughts on
the Podcast recording app Ringr Mobile Website. (Josh L on iOS and Josh A on
What Josh L did in post to the previous episode, and to
the episode you're currently listening to:
- Opened the interviewer and interviewee files in Audacity and
cleaned up some coughs, bumps and sniffles - exported as .wav1
- .wav was run through Auphonic for levelling and slight noise
reduction - exported as .wav2
- .wav2 into Audition for EQ and Desser - exported as .wav3
- .wav3 into iTunes for .mp3 encoding
- .mp3 into Libsyn Upload.
The guys and their happiness with Ringr's
- Q) What was Ringr Mobile like to use?
A) The App is generally very easy to use, and once
you get your head around the Invite System (as the interviewer) and
the Invite Codes (as the interviewee) the rest is
- Q) What was the in-call experience like
as a user? A) This needs work, as the
quality is low and on Josh A's side of the call (the Android side)
he found the lack of volume controls to be bothersome.
- Q) What is the quality like? IT'S REALLY
REALLY GOOD considering how easy Ringr is to use. :)
The quality of Ringr's final
Overall it sounded great, was super fast to get back to us,
was easy to access, and had a great natural vibe (like a phone call
with a mate, without the rubbish sound of a traditional phone or
Podcasting gear used
in this episode:
- Josh L: Apple Earbuds
> iPhone 6+ > Ringr for iOS (from the Corolla)
- Josh A: HTC earbuds > HTC
Desire > Ringr for Android.
Thanks so so much for
listening. Now go get after it!