With great sadness, I must tell you that I that Chris Capel, the creator of Chris’s Dynamic Compressor plugin for Audacity, died near the middle of April, 2011.
Learn how to effectively use three ways of recording more than one person in a podcast, and how to avoid ineffective ineffective applications of the same three ways.
I share the full list of changes in Audacity 1.3.13 and personal experience with several of them. Ron Eastwood shared a fun special effect in Audacity.
The latest update to Audacity brings full Windows 7 compatible, better noise removal, and more. Download this free audio-editor and update to version 1.3.13 (beta).
Make your voice or music sound crazy with these special effects that you can apply post-process (after recording) or in real-time with a mixer.
How you open your podcast episodes could be turning people away from your podcast. I share eleven potential elements of an opening/intro, examples, and my suggestions for an effective podcast opening.
I explain how to setup, record, share, and mix a double-ender podcast. Audacity or any other audio-editor.
I comment on feedback regarding another sound cart manager (soundboard), friends made through podcasting, listeners giving back to podcasters, and a podcasting goal for 2011.
Audacity tip: importing M4A (AAC), WMA, FLAC, and other special audio files.
I focus completely on Audacity in this episode! This time, I share a brief explanation of copyright laws for podcasters, where to get music and sound effects, and three ways to work with background music or sound effects in your podcast.