Yeah... pretty funny (NOT) when somebody tries to shove a Dolby 5.1 THX sUrRoUndSouNd audio file down your dial up, just so you can hear them read their grocery list. ;o)<br><br>-------<br>My Audioblog / Podcast - "Aural Fixation"
What's even more ridiculous is that Apple is suggesting people use GarageBand to record their Podcasts. <br><br>A decent audio app where you can downsample for voice to make the file size about 1/100th of what the gigantic aiff that GB is going to produce would be a start...<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
...And, just like there are millions of people who feel compelled to create and post their own blogs but haven't a clue about what makes writing clear, interesting or worth reading (not to even mention the spelling, punctuation and grammar bits), there are going to be a lot of people putting together podcasts that have no clue about what it means to speak well, or what it takes to produce compelling audio-only content (not to even mention getting decent recording, mixing and compression workflows in place).<br><br>There are undoubtedly going to be some BRILLIANT podcasts popping up, but, just like in the blogosphere, the overwhelming majority of them will be alarmingly amateurish noise.<br><br>
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