A different show this week where I’m joined by a fellow Ferrite user, kyle from the Tabletop Champions podcast (iTunes) to talk through how it’s possible to record, edit and publish a podcast using your iOS device and the rather excellent Ferrite for iOS app.
If you have ever wondered about how to create, edit and publish a podcast using nothing more than your iPhone, iPad or iPod you’ll want to give this episode a listen we cover:
Equipment: The gear we use:
Recording : Dealing with multiple participants on a Skype calls and how to get everyone in synch. What file formats to use for both pre and post processing.
Editing: Normalisation, compression, filters, noise gates and some handy hints for editing with Ferrite.
Publishing. Hosting, stats and a solution for cost effective, unlimited podcast hosting.
We also talk Apple, those darn headphone rumours which won’t go away and some ideas for an OLED status bar.
Apps mentioned in the show
Ferrite: Ferrite combines the ease-of-use of a “voice memo” audio recorder, with a versatile multi-track editing studio — and powerful additional tools like effects & automation available when you need them.
WorkFlow: Workflow is your personal automation tool, enabling you to drag and drop any combination of actions to create powerful workflows for your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
Opinion: The world’s only easy to use podcast maker. Record, edit and publish online for free – ready for Twitter, Facebook, iTunes Podcast Directory, and any listening app!
Kyle, @Fung on Twitter
Edits @TabletopChamps and @TabletopGo
Tabletop Champions – “Real Play” 5th edition dungeons and dragons podcast
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