I’m not the greatest writer in the world and I worry that anything I do write about the passing of this great man will not really be adequate.
However, I want to take the time to thank the genius that is Mr Steve Jobs for giving me the tools I work with and for igniting the passion I have for technology.
The iPod Mini was my introduction to Apple and since then I have never looked back.
Thank you Steve for including a Podcast directory in iTunes. Without that I would not be doing now what I love.
Here’s to the crazy ones
Today’s episode is not part of the Podcasting Step-By-Step guide, instead it’s something I want to announce!
Me and Stephen Hackett of 512 Pixels have launched a new podcast called Ungeniused. Ungeniused is a podcast dedicated to exploring how far down the rabbit hole one can go on Wikipedia. This often means talking about things no one should know anything about.
I’m really pleased to be working with Stephen on this, he’s a great guy and we have a good time recording together.
I think and hope that you’ll really enjoy this one. Please give it a listen and give us some feedback on Twitter.
In this episode I discuss my current Audio set-up. This includes the apps that I use to record the shows as well as giving some hints and tips to get the best out of your audio, on a budget.
Some items discussed:
In this episode I discuss the hardware I am currently using to record the shows. I also mention what is on my wish list for the future and where I go for my recommendations.
This blog and show were set up to help people get in to podcasting.
So, this episode is the first in a series of shows that will (hopefully) take you through all the necessary steps to set up a podcast of your own.
This first episode is all about having ideas and cultivating them in to a niche and the benefits of sharing your show with a co-host.
Hello! I am back!
In this episode I give a quick update to some things that have been going on during my brief absence and give a taste of whats coming down the pipe very soon!
In this episode I discuss the merits of the ‘Double-Ending’ method – both parties recording locally – and how employing a simple countdown can make your editing times much easier when doing this. (Seems I forgot to include the music for this episode! Apologies)
In this episode I discuss some of the processes I undertake to get an episode of The Bro Show prepared.
These are some of the apps I discuss:
And here’s a few pics to illustrate my physical recording set-up and the notes I take whilst recording:
- My desk
Music provided by Tyler Molamphy