What are some other good audio blogs out there? Also, is it ok if we email
each other privately and talk about this? I am trying to get in to this and
don't know exactly where to go. Would they also let you record over the
phone for that long of time? As I said, I will most likely be getting
something like Gold Wave during the Summer. But Until then I will have to
use the phone. Also, What kind of a Microphone would you recommend?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Darrell Shandrow" <nu7i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2006 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: One more thing.
I believe Jonathan uses audioblog.com, which is not a free service. I believe the time limit with this service is an hour. I use it, but it is becoming mostly redundant for me so am considering canceling the service soon.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Kevin Wassmer" <commanderlumpy2003@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2006 11:20 AM
Subject: One more thing.
One more thing. I heard that Jonathan Mosen does his Bloggy Bits from Audio Blogger. That's why I was kind of surprised that Audio Blogger didn't record for a long time. How do people like Jonathan Mosen do their audio blogs?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2006 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: Qeustions about Audio Blogger.
Audio Blogger is specifically designed for shorter messages, to last no longer than 5 minutes.
You can not in any way I know of make it last longer. Besides, why would anyone really want to? If you want your radio show, or in your case a podcast type of show to sound much better, what I would do is invest in an audio editor such as Goldwave
Which costs around $50 or so.
It will improve your sound quality vastly, which is always a good thing. Trust me, if you wannt anyone to take your show seriously, doing it over the phone simply ain't gonna get it done.
Audio Blogger is meant to do shorter posts, simply saying hello and checking in with your listeners briefly, or if you're on the road somewhere and want to do a quick post. It wasn't designed to do entire shows. People simply aren't going to hang out for an hour and listen to such low quality audio. At least, I certainly wouldn't.
At 03:21 AM 5/7/2006, you wrote:Hello listers. I was trying to do a radio show over the phone through Audio Blogger last knight. However, as I was doing this over the phone, it would only give me 5 minutes. I looked on the "Frequently asked questions." It said I could only record for 5 minutes. Also, it said nothing about recording audio from your computer. I know this can be done. How do I do it? Also, is there a way I can make Audio Blogger record more then 5 minutes when I am over the phone? I will talk to you later.
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