Start podcasting or take it to the next level with our step-by-step guide! Beginning a podcast is easier than starting a radio station, but it's still hard to assemble your hardware and software, and learn the tricks of the trade. You can easily meet that challenge with start-to-finish guidance from long-time podcaster Andy Affleck. The ebook opens with a look at how to plan a podcast's topic, format, and polish. Then Andy focuses on choosing the right microphone and audio software, followed by step-by-step instructions for recording using Audio Hijack Pro, GarageBand, Sound Studio, WireTap Studio, and Abercaster, with advice about conducting interviews by phone, iChat, and Skype. Once your audio is in the can, you'll learn how to use audio plug-ins to make the recording sound better, complete with downloadable sound files to supplement the text. You'll also find out how to edit out any awkward bits, plug in additional audio, and mix tracks. Finally, the ebook covers how to encode your podcast, add useful tags and chapters, find a publishing tool, and publish your podcast for the world to hear.For example, the abbreviated description for the menu command that saves a file from GarageBand is aFile agt; Save. ... I updated this ebook to version 2.1 to add coverage of GarageBand 5, which was released in early 2009 in iLife a#39;09.
|Title||:||Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac|
|Publisher||:||TidBITS - 2008|