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A guide to recording audio

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When I started in radio most of the kit was prohibitively expensive for the home enthusiast, now free digital editing software, and an abundance of cheap and very good mic's bring the whole audio production game within the reach of just about anyone with a home PC. To highlight some of the different ways you can record broadcast quality audio without spending a lot of cash I joined up with Paul Parkinson of Podcast User Magazine. More details on what we used to record here. There's a version without idents on the internet archive here incase you want to spread the good word yourself. Otherwise you get exactly the same thing plus bonus bad music and husky voiced ident via the link below

November 18, 2006 in podcasts, radio | Permalink

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Useful stuff.. Shows that so long as you use your ears and exercise discretion, modest means are no barrier to a good production.

Posted by: Dean Whitbread | Nov 20, 2006 12:15:03 PM

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