Summits, Expos and Educating Your Audience

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Today we get an update from Sgt. Fred on some of the different palces that have open and closed for podcasters, we talk about me being named as the Director of Podcasting for the new Media Expo, and Jim shares how he helped a new person understand podcasting.

Business Podcaster Summit [2:00]

Fred Caastaneda at from the Podcast Report podcast filled us in on Podmov.com and some other websites have closed.
Business Podcaster Summit is an online podcast event in January

Director of Podcasting [16:00]

Dave shares his thoughts on being named the new Director of Podcasting and the New Media Expo

Thoughts on what I'm looking for in a presentation

Cleveland Podcaster's Meetup [27:00]

Be sure to have food and an agenda

We had seven people show up and most of them did NOT have a podcast

National Podcast Day

Jim had an Omaha meetup.

In some cases the members will have different skills and you learn from everyone

Jim Creates a New Listener [41:30]

Jim educates a new friend on podcasting. By helping one person understand how to consume podcasts we grow the overall size of our audience.

Iheart Radio has now changed their name to iheart media.

Startup Podcast [47:45]

This is a new podcast that is extreme story telling and its produced by the ex-producer of this American Life. He is trying to raise 1.5 million to create a network of podcasts that deliver stories in an NPR style. Check it out at www.hearstartup.com

Auphonic Settings [50:48]

Miss Eileen calls in and wants to know what settings to use with Auphonic.com

Dave recommend recording your voice in a quick 1 minute file. Then run it through the process and change the file name to represent what settings were used and then vote with your ears. We all have different characteristics of our voice and there isn't a one size fits all. Ray Ortega has an episode of the Podcaster's Studio where they interviewed a rep from Auphonic.

What is your favorite WordPress Theme?

Dave has played with Avada which he is using at www.davidjackson.org

We are looking for something that is flexible, but doesn't have too many features. Leave your suggestions in the comments

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  1. Mark
    3 years ago

    Just listened and have a comment on how I use Auphonic.

    I have the desktop version – I like Auphonic, but the web version is slow for me and I used up the 2 hours very quickly.

    What I’ve found is that once I have the vocals recorded the best result I get is from doing noise removal in Audacity. Then exporting the wav file and importing in to Auphonic. This is the vocals only. I process on the podcast setting and untick the noise/hum removal option (what I had this option ticked I found the audio warbled a bit). Once processed, it is back in to Audacity for the addition of music beds etc and editing errors out.

    This is the workflow after a few tweaks to find the best options for me.

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