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Podcast + Videocast Essential Training: Recording with AudacityHost Garrick Chow uses the free cross platform tool to record audio
Do you want to create a podcast, but aren`t sure where to begin? Are you already dabbling, but want to delve into the finer points? Podcast and Videocast Essential Training with Garrick Chow takes you through hardware and software requirements, planning a broadcast, recording, editing, and posting your files for download. He also explores videocasting software and hardware and basic broadcasting techniques, as well as valuable recording, editing, and publishing tips.
This clip goes over recording with and the different features of Audacity. He then records a short practice podcast in Audacity. He talks about how to speak to ensure the inflection and tone of voice is the same, especially after having to re-record your sentences. He also talks about over pronunciating your words as well. He also shows how to launch Audacity and how to save an Audacity file. He shows how to record as well.
Recording with Audacity
|Recording with Audacity|
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