One podcasting authority suggests, "Technology isn't important". Another sums up the entire podcast creation process in a four-minute video. A third insists you can podcast without money, gear or experience. None of them take the time to explain what the buttons, dials, and lights all mean - they leave you to figure out the techie stuff on your own.
Here are just a few of the topics covered in Introduction to Podcast Technology:
How to tell the difference between a good recording room and a bad one (and how to avoid wasting time and money when improving a bad room)
Learn the two main types of microphones and why only one of them is appropriate for most podcasters
Discover the difference between an audio interface and an audio recorder (and which to choose if you can only afford one or the other)
Discover the one recording accessory that can make the biggest improvement in the quality of your recordings
How to configure free software (used by a lot of podcasting pros) to convert master recordings to MP3 format
Learn what to look for (and look out for) when choosing a media host
Discover the most effective method to get your show listed in the iTunes podcast directory
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Excellent book for a beginner
- Ana Rivero
Just what the doctor ordered!
I liked the author's lean toward getting right to it! No beating around the bush. The author presented sufficient detail at the right technical level allowing me to get started with podcasting within hours of starting to listen to the book. The bonus tracks at the end of the book were informative. The author provides web based reference materials and training as part of the book purchase.
- Mark D. Wecht