Rogue Amoeba launched Audio Hijack v3.7 which includes a beta of a new live stream block: With just a few clicks, you can get a free stream up and running with one of the services offered by major platforms, including…
How to Use Farrago to play sounds back for a podcast recording.
Farrago is an app from Rogue Amoeba, maker of fine audio products for macOS, that functions as a soundboard on your computer.
Change the volume and output device for individual apps. Adjust your Mac's audio device settings and levels instantly, from anywhere. Even apply built-in and third-party audio effects to any audio on your Mac
As I've been watching Instagram Stories and the occasional Instagram TV (IGTV?) video, I see a lot of videos that could be improved and made more watchable and enjoyable with better audio. So I thought I'd record a video showing some options for upping your audio game for social media without breaking the bank.
Descript, a Mac app that does transcription of audio/video, put out an update recently that added support for multi-track audio. It means instead of transcribing an audio conversation between two or more people as one long chunk of text, it breaks it out into what each person says and transcribes each person's words separate from everyone else's.
I use a variety of software for recording, editing, and producing podcasts. Just like many real world disciplines where you have a different tool for a different type of job, so it goes for podcasting. Here's my list of software I use for podcasting.
While Call Recorder works great at getting both sides of the conversation into separate, editable tracks it isn't immediately obvious how you can control the audio level of your guest's conversation so that your recording isn't too loud or too quiet.
In my spare time when I'm not helping businesses with building websites and communicating with their clients on the internet, I run a podcast network I confounded with two of my friends from the internet. Goodstuff.fm is the home to a bunch of different podcasts, some of which I'm involved with and plenty of which I'm not - which is the fun part of running a podcast network. I get to help my internet friends get a podcast off the ground. Which made me think that I should see if anyone in Saskatoon is interested in getting into podcasting for their business. I really believe it's a vastly under-utilized tool at the local level.
A podcast that’s about 17 episodes old that small business owners (virtual or real) may find interesting is one from Cliff Ravenscraft’s GSPN.TV network called The Virtual Assistant Podcast. I’ve listened to most of the episodes thus far and have…