Last week I interviewed Rachel from stitcher.com and I had plugged my phone into my mixer and panned her hard right, and had my microphone plugged hard left. The problem with phone interviews is you cant' see each other. Then you talk over each other. When you have one person left, and the other right, it makes it super easy to edit. In my example I cut myself out where I talked over her. You can watch this youtube video where I show how to record a skype call.
We Love the Interviews!
I got a voicemail from who said he loved the interview last week. Well I typically interview people who are having podcast success, who have a product that podcasters may value. Here are some other podcast interviews you may enjoy
Wizzard Media Launches Web Based Premium Service
From H2 to ESPN –
Samson Go Mic Reviewed
Podcasting Secrets with Paul Colligan
Gary Leland on Getting Olympic Guests
Evo Terra Author of Expert Podcasting Practices
Podcast for Profit Author Leesa Barnes
Embracing Sight Impaired Listeners
Tricks of the Podcasting Masters: Rob Walch Interview
History According to Bob Selling Back Catalog
Avoiding Cease and Desist with Rich Palmer
Heather Vale From Success Unwrapped
PW Fenton Podcasts Insights
Sight Impared Podcasters
I have worked with Slau from Sessions with Slau who is Sight Impaired. He is also a recording engineer and runs his own studio. So I'm not sure for the “average Joe” what hurdles to recording a podcast might be with vision hurdles. I know Slau gets it to Libsyn, but I take it from there. I'm not sure if using bluburry‘s hosting would be better (as you never leave wordpress). Great question. If you are a sight impaired person, please let me/us know what hurdles you have run across.