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- Normal computer headset and skype - the moderator is Skype user jmanico
2) You can also call into the show at (213) 985 1930, but please use an old fashioned plain-ol wired telephone if you do so - no wireless headsets or cell phones, please
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- You can also call into the show at (213) 985 1930, but please use an old fashioned plain-ol wired telephone if you do so - no wireless headsets or cell phones, please
  
The show is produced by Jim Manico and Kevin Coons using Skype, SkypeIN/OUT, MX Skype Recorder, Soundforge, mp3tag and Garage Band. Podcast artwork by Larry Casey. Creative Commons License.
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The show is produced by Jim Manico and Kevin Coons using  
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- Skype (allow callers to call-in via computer)
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- SkypeIN/OUT (allow callers to call in via a standard phone number
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- MX Skype Recorder (to record the Skype feed)
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- Soundforge (simple first-pass editing)
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- Garage Band or Pro Tools (eq, sound levels, conversion to mp3)
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- mp3tag (allows for detailed tagging of your mp3's metadata, including providing an embedded images)

Revision as of 16:51, 26 December 2008

Speakers should call in via - Normal computer headset and skype - the moderator is Skype user jmanico - You can also call into the show at (213) 985 1930, but please use an old fashioned plain-ol wired telephone if you do so - no wireless headsets or cell phones, please

The show is produced by Jim Manico and Kevin Coons using

- Skype (allow callers to call-in via computer)
- SkypeIN/OUT (allow callers to call in via a standard phone number
- MX Skype Recorder (to record the Skype feed)
- Soundforge (simple first-pass editing)
- Garage Band or Pro Tools (eq, sound levels, conversion to mp3)
- mp3tag (allows for detailed tagging of your mp3's metadata, including providing an embedded images)