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For [b]Mommycast[/b] at [url]www.mommycast.com[/url] we use a Mac G5, fed by M-Audio Firewire 410, from a FocusRite VoiceMaster Pro, from a Mackie Onyx 1640, with two Shure SM-58 mics. We also use a Telos bridge for the phone interviews. We use Garageband for recording and editing each show. We are now using iTunes 4.9 and are using the enhanced podcast feature.[/url]
I also use an iMac G5, and a 12-inch Powerbook.
We use the built in mics in them and use Garageband to edit them. And it comes out damn good. [url]http://upyoear.blogspot.com[/url]In reply to guest
For [b][url=http://www.somarproductions.com/Podcasts/Unsigned-Podcast.xml]Unsigned-Podcast[/url][/b] we used
Pro Tools LE 6.9.2
Mackie 1202 VLZ Pro
MXL 990 mic
MXL 2001 mic
and Feeder 1.2[/list]
I'm new here and this looked fun.
Behringer XM8500 (upgrade soon because I need a second mic)
sony clie th55 (line in to manage intros sweepers etc)
record and edit with garage band
Nice simple set up
daryl and kumaIn reply to guest
To record the presentations at the Toronto Perl Mongers ([url]http://hew.ca/talks_audio/[/url]) I use a cheap lapel microphone directly into my non-name laptop and use either Audacity or a simple recorder software to capture it.
Then I use audacity for post production... background noise removal, click removal, questionable content removal, and the addition of intro and trailer music and voice over.
I tried an inexpensive wireless microphone, and It got overloaded by all the local FM radio transmitters. And I'd like to have a seperate mic for audience participation, but I'd like to record that as a second channel, but that would mean some 'other' kind of audio input device for my laptop (that accepts mic level inputs) that I don't currently have.
Its nowhere near the greatest, but its better than nothing!In reply to guest