Saturday, February 18, 2006

JIMM 36 - I Can't Believe They're Podsafe

Hi there, everybody!

Journey Inside My Mind episode 36 (mp3, 25.0 MB, 36:27) features:

"Peeper Brand Powdered Meat" (comedy skit) - Peeper Radio Theatre (PMN page)

"If You've Got The Money (I've Got The Time)" - Merle Haggard via Epitaph Records (PMN page)

"Hurricane Jane" - Collin Raye via Aspirion Records (PMN page)

"You Don't Own Me" - Lesley Gore via (PMN page)

"Summertime" - Brother Love (PMN page)

We also played promos:

Matthew Ebel's CD Release Party - Nashville, Tennessee on February 23, 2006. Let him know you heard the promo on this podcast, and you'll get something special.

Ed's Mixed Bag - Much thanks go out to Ed for the Tracy Jayne Comer CD I won for correctly guessing the Mystery Sound contest. I'll have to feature her music very soon. He also sent a couple of bumper stickers and some cards for his podcast to share with others.

First Person Show - Much thanks also go out to Kevin for sending the package I opened live which revealed the contents I'm giving away for the contest.

I announced the details of the contest giveaway. Start sending in your entries!

PMN = Podsafe Music Network

4 comments:

Ed Ovett said...

Hi Dan;
Audio level has vastly improved and is now perfectly acceptable. Uh, can we get a link to the photo you took of Keisha with the Tracy Jane Comer package stuff? (also thanks for the promo play!)

Dan said...

Sure! It's right here

Dan said...

By the way, I did a combination of recording methods this time:

1. The tracks were lined up and played in Pod Producer, except for Brother Love's song
2. The contest bits were recorded using Castblaster.
3. The output from Pod Producer was recorded in Audacity, and the contest bits and BroLo's song were mixed in as well.

I also did some post-production on some of the sound files from CastBlaster. I would have recorded the pieces entirely in Castblaster, but for some reason I wasn't able to save. So I had to record the output from Castblaster via Stereo Mix into Audacity.

This is probably way too technical for an average user, but fellow podcasters might find it interesting.

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