I belive I have all three podcasts--I just haven't had time to listen
to them yet. I am just now taking a break fro putting together two
press releases. And this is only the stage where I put them into the
BrailleNote. This afternoon, once they are *all* done, I must type
them into the computer and format them propperly.
On May 18, 2006, at 10:35 AM, JULIE MELTON wrote:
Rick Harmon did a series of podcasts on Goldwave. THey cover not only basic recording but also mixing in music, using effects, etc.
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From: "Jane Jordan (gmail)" <juanitatighan@xxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [bct] GoldWave Question Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 10:20:47 -0500
I have had this program called GooldWave for over a year--I originally bought it to do a couple of short thngs for my Introduction to Broadcasting class. Well, now I am thinking of using it to put together a podcast of sorts--music and talk and such--and wonder how to do that. Do you record your separate segments and then combine them? How do you get the music in where you want it without having to play it through your computer? I feel kinda silly asking, but I have no idea where to even start. Listening to MagnaTune and other friends' podcasts gave me the idea of at least starting. Can't do it today, of course--too much larengitis to make it worth while, but perhaps tomorrow.
Anyone got ideas? I think I have found a place to upload whatever I do--that shouldn't be a problem.