057: Eliminating Echo from Audio, The Importance of Having Your Podcast on iTunes, Free Editing Software for Creating Thumbnails
4/14/2015 05:39:33 am
You guys, being such heathens, not going to church, hating rich movie directors :P Also, Kevin, I understand RSS, its really easy for me to code XML/HTML as it all uses tags, the issue is that there really isn't too much info on how to make an iTunes one, could you give us a sample of all the starter tags, that would be amazing if you take the time to do that :P
4/14/2015 05:55:23 am
Also, to test a RSS feed before you publish it go into iTunes and click File>Subscribe To Podcast, and then enter in either the path to the XML file on your computer by doing file:///path/to/file.XML or on your website by just entering the URL of it. Then you don't have to worry about messing up your podcast, also if you want to learn XML for free go to http://www.w3schools.com/xml/ its pretty nice. ;P
4/14/2015 06:15:46 am
I always use gimp and it works really well. Thanks guys for answering my question.
4/14/2015 06:45:56 am
I love GIMP cause I can use it on Linux :P
4/14/2015 04:04:49 pm
I have learned the basics of GIMP and it is AWESOME!
4/16/2015 08:42:06 pm
My suggestion of a free program is Microsoft PowerPoint. No, really, I use it all the time.
4/16/2015 08:42:48 pm
<b>Rats.</b> These things don't work.
4/20/2015 04:15:00 am
Nothing really works here, but lots of things work on TCF :P
Fun episode guys. I just wanted to mention that I think the plugin Kevin mentioned that he described as "opposite to a limiter" was a *gate*. A gate can be used to decrease the sound during the quiet parts (below a threshold) and thus eliminate some reverb. It can work (somewhat) but needs to be set fairly tame, otherwise it cuts things off too awkwardly. If you use a little bit of EQ as well it can help. Ultimately, it seems the only way around it is to record without reverb, as they said.
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