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17/08/2010

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Thank you Joe for mentioning The Audacity to Podcast! I'm glad you're getting enough value to share it with your readers.

Cheers Daniel. It's a great listen particularly for Audacity aficionados who are looking to take their podcast to the next level!

Thanks for the tips! They seem like such simple things, but when trying to do any type of interview or audio recording there are so many other things going on or running through your brain. I know I always overlook some minute detail.

My name is Len Jenkins. I will be summarizing my visits to your blog, for a class, around 9/12/10.

The class blog link is
http://edm310.blogspot.com/

My blog link is

http://JenkinsLenedm310.blogspot.com/

I found your tips for recording and interviewing quite helpful. Much of the material was easy for one to understand, but things one would not typically think to do. I will use and incorporate these tips in my uses of interviewing and audio in the future.

I found the information that you presented to be very helpful. Most people today really need that extra boost to sort of get started when preparing for a broadcast or an interview. I can honestly say that for me personally I will be using this as a reference because even though I am a college student I have never used a Podcast, but I know for sure that I'll be using it in my edm310 class if no where else.

Some really great advice there! As someone who has run out of battery and memory (on seperate occasions!) I can concur!

I found your tips very helpful to me because I'm not very computer literate. I'm a college student and never used podcasts before. I will probably be using this as a helpful reference.

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