The Audacity to Podcast - A "how-to" podcast about podcasting and using Audacity show

The Audacity to Podcast - A "how-to" podcast about podcasting and using Audacity

Summary: Learn how to find a voice actor, what to look for in a voice, how to work with voice actors, and most importantly, how to brand your company using the power of the human voice.

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 TAP052: How to Properly Add ID3 Tags to Audio Podcasts | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 44:58

Learn what ID3-tagging software you can use (most free), how to enter ID3 tags, and taking advantage of iTunes fields for podcasting with PowerPress. Links and shownotes at FEEDBACK Call 859-353-4332 Email Comment on

 TAP051: How to Pick the Best Time to Live-Stream or Publish a Podcast | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 48:40

Whether live-streaming or only offering a download, your timing is important! Learn some tips on picking the best time for you and your audience. Links and shownotes at

 TAP050: How to Improve Your Voice from a Cheap Microphone with Audacity | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:03

Learn three easy Audacity tips for making your voice sound better, regardless of what microphone you use.

 TAP049: 9 Steps to Better Podcast Shownotes and 7 Benefits | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:18

Your shownotes are the life of your Internet home for your podcast. Writing and posting them effectively will give you several benefits. 1. Start with your outline first (yes, redundant) 2. Include all links and references 3. Use headings for hierarchy 4. Represent your content with summaries 5. Insert illustrations for appeal and understanding 6. Write an excerpt 7. Don’t repeat yourself 8. Make your shownotes easy to get to 9. Remind listeners how to connect and respond with feedback Follow links: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc. Subscribe links: iTunes, RSS, email newsletter, etc. Feedback options: phone number, email address, etc. Read Mashable's 7 Best Practices for Improving Your Website’s Usability. 7 benefits of good shownotes Having good shownotes: 1. makes your content accessible and more consumable, 2. provides the resources your listeners want (plus opens opportunity for making money through relevant affiliate links) 3. draws listeners back to your website (your Internet home), 4. cross-promotes your other content, 5. increases the life of your content, 6. encourages listeners to respond, and 7. improves findability with search engines and within your site. PodCamp Cincinnati's registration just opened. Ask your questions or share your feedback Call (903) 231-2221 to leave a voicemail Email (audio files welcome) Fully shownotes at

 TAP048: Productivity Tips for Podcasters, with Stever Robbins (@GetItDoneGuy) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:09

Stever Robins has 180,000 listeners to his personal-productivity podcast. He shares several tips and tricks for podcasters to be productive in their podcasting.

 TAP047: 9 Must-Haves for a Live-Streaming Page | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 57:51

Your podcast's live page shouldn't be merely another page on your site. This page needs special content and optimization to be effective. Learn nine things you should include on this page.

 TAP046: How to Put a Live Chat Room on a Podcast Website | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 49:39

Encourage viewer-participation with a chat room during your live-streaming, podcast-recording sessions.

 TAP045: How to Embed Live-Streaming Video on a Podcast Website | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 59:09

Once you have your podcasting equipment setup, it's time to pick your live-streaming service and embed it on your website!

 TAP044: How to Live-Stream and Record a Podcast with Others | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 51:34

Learn how to setup your basic to advanced equipment for live-streaming your podcasting sessions with cohosts.

 TAP043: How to Live-Stream Yourself While Podcasting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:08

Basic equipment recommendations and then different setups for live-streaming just yourself with the equipment that you already have.

 TAP042: How to Podcast Live: 5 Reasons, 4 Cautions | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 42:13

This is the launch of a miniseries about live-podcasting. Before we get into the "how to podcast live" specifics, it's best to answer why you should podcast live.

 TAP041: WordPress Plugins for Podcasting (or Blogging) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 54:10

My favorite WordPress plugins that enable me to effectively podcast. This is not just another list of plugins that all do the same thing, but each plugin has a special purpose and all work together.

 TAP040: 10 Tips for How to Keep Audacity from Crashing | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:52

I have almost never had problems with Audacity, except when I did something stupid. If you'd like similar success, try these and share any suggestions and experience you have.

 TAP039: 5 Ways to Make Money from Your Podcast or Blog | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:14:03

Whether you have a small or large podcast, you can make money from it. While this is not an exhaustive list, Daniel J. Lewis shares his top five ways to monetize the content you're posting on the Internet in your podcast or blog.

 TAP038: Recording Skype Calls, Multiple USB Mics, Soundboard 2.0, and Video Podcasting [Feedback] | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 53:17

Listeners share their software and tricks for podcasting, as well as get their questions answered.


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