This is David. Some sighted friends of mine wanted to start a podcast. They
used the Anchor app to record, but a couple of things rendered the results a
bit less than desirable:
1. The person in charge of the recording tells me today that she wouldn't
always want to use her phone for recording, but if she used the website on the
laptop, it could only record for half an hour;
2. She also said that her voice and her friends' voices are not balanced -- she
sounded like she was in a room, while they sounded like they were far away from
her in the recording.
We've talked about using Facebook Messenger, where I record with Audacity, and
they connect using Messenger to talk, but I'm sure there are other high quality
platforms for this to be done.
Note: the friends are in different places. Two of them are in Cincinnati, and
one is in Toledo, which is 3 hours away from Cincy.
Here is where you come in. I would love it if you could suggest better
platforms for my friends to connect with me, either through their phones or
laptops (probably cross-platform apps like Messenger), but with high audio
quality better than Messenger, if possible? Does such a platform exist that's
free and easy to set up?
I could do all the set up and recording if needed, they would just need to call
in and be connected.
Thanks for your help!