During the recording of episode #70 of The Crazy Canucks, I made a quick screenshot of what I see on my end of the conversation to sort of share what it takes to put our podcast together.
What you see are three basic components: Mac OS X 10.5, Ubercaster, and Skype. Conference calling from computer to computer, recording local mics and remote mics on two separate tracks, and I like to keep the sound preferences open in the event that I need to check on something or make any changes.
What you are missing is the only other application in the overall process of editing, Levelator. Then we make the post on the site using WordPress, the RSS feed gets updated, and the podcast episode ends up in your ears, depending on how you listen to it.
I know I’ve posted about this before, but at this point in the overall history of TCC, the process of knowing what it takes to whip together an episode is getting easier to setup, record, edit, and publish. It never ceases to amaze me as to how much fun it is to talk hockey with this crew.
One Reply to “Screenshot of a recording of The Crazy Canucks in progress”
Are you doing your post production in Ubercaster? I’m just curious, since I am not going to swap up from my setup anytime soon (audio hijack pro for the recording, logic for the edit).
Thanks again for the advice you gave me via email. It helped me get my podcast up and running. Of course, my blog suffers, but what the hey.
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