Re: Latest podcast, trying again.

  • From: Steve Holmes <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 09:55:00 -0700

Hi Shane, I enjoyed your show too. good to hear your voice and that
fine southern accent:).  We all podfade.  I've faded since last Spring
2006 <sigh>.  I need to come up with some new stuff and get rid of a
couple posts I have up there that keep attracting those comment
spammers.  I just got through deleting over fifty e-mail requests to
approve pending spam comments on the same topic.

Yes, I heard a lot of that "swirrling" sound during your show and
figured maybe you had transcoded or double encoded the file or
something.  I personally like goldwave but don't wanna start another
sound editor war:).

On Sun, May 27, 2007 at 10:30:21AM -0500, Shane Jackson wrote:
> Hey, you all.  I've done some tweaking, and feedburner will now download my
> podcast properly if you're using Juice or Winamp or any other podcatching
> client.  Thanks so much to Scott R for letting me know that he couldn't get
> it.  I couldn't either, Scott, until I did a little adjusting a few minutes
> ago, and it's working as I write this one.  Also, the sound is pretty bad,
> people.  I used SoundForge and had a wonderful thing going.  However, I then
> opened Goldwave to do some final editing, and it all went downhill from
> there.  The compression pre-set that I used totally messed things up, and I
> didn't realize it until I had already saved the thing.  Why?  Well it sounds
> ok to my half-deaf ears using everything but Winamp.  I learned the horrible
> truth when I loaded it up in Winamp, so there you go.  Also, this is podcast
> 34, a fact that I never allude to except for making a wise crack at the very
> beginning of the show.  Yes, I use all my usual weird sense of humor all
> through this thing, so get ready.  My veteran listeners are used to it.
> They know I wouldn't hurt a flea, even if that flea uses Goldwave.  I know
> it is operator error, but Goldwave, which I was trying yet again for the
> umpteenth time, is gone from my system, again for the umpteenth time.  Ok,
> enough.  Listen, enjoy, and criticize.  That's what we as blind people do,
> right?  Have fun!
> Shane Jackson
> Hoover, Alabama, USA
> "All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof,
> for correction, for training in righteousness;
> so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work."
> 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NASB) 

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