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TinyPodcast: On Podcasting, presented to OCIABC

This is the audio of my presentation tonight to the Oregon/Columbia Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. The group was awesome, and I recorded my presentation by sitting my M-Audio MicroTrack on the table next to my laptop. I was up and walking all over the room, so the audio levels vary, but it shouldn’t be too bad.

I am super impressed with GigaVox’s Levelator tool. The audio levels were really low in the original file, with lots of spikes. The only processing I did on this file was to drop it on the Levelator, and it came out great (for what it is).

Thanks to the OCIABC folks for having me – I had a blast. I hope this was useful, and might be useful to others. It’s about an hour long, 32MB. Have a listen! ๐Ÿ™‚


3 thoughts on “TinyPodcast: On Podcasting, presented to OCIABC

  1. David Keppler says:

    I think, if you want to keep telling other people how to Podcast, you need to get back to doing your own.
    Come on Josh, I miss your gadgety enthusiasm

  2. You’re totally right. ๐Ÿ™‚

    You’ll be happy to see that I did post a podcast last night, and I have another one scheduled with Brian next week, to talk about a new toy/gadget I’ve been playing with… ๐Ÿ™‚

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