Pilates on Fifth Video Podcast

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Sculpt your body to perfection with Pilates on Fifth Video Podcast, a video podcast that includes 10 to 30-minute free Pilates workouts and even single-move video programs. This is a great deal which can be easily squeezed into your busy schedule. Owners/sisters Kimberly and Katherine Corp started the podcast show in 2007, which offers the very best Pilates experience for everyone out there who wants to tone up.

Check out each program variation to see which one suits you best and get in better shape!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike and Mike in the Morning Podcast

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Mike and Mike in the Morning, hosted by Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, discuss the latest fuss on the Big Apple’s Lin-sanity. Jeremy Lin, an undrafted Chinese Harvard alumni coming out from nowhere, suddenly led the New York Knicks in a lin-sational performances en route to a 7-0 win and took the whole NBA league by storm!

Listen to this episode as they speculate on what will happen next to the team after Melo suits up coming from his injury and sharing the limelight with this Asian phenom.

 

Podcasting Tutorial: RSS Feed

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Franklin McMahon of Creative Cow Podcast and Media Artist gives us a very helpful tutorial on how to write an RSS feed starting from scratch, with the programs you need, the correct iTunes tags, and how you can confirm your feeds.

To launch the video tutorial, please click on the image.

 

 

 

 

The Adam Carolla Show

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American radio and TV actor Adam Carolla hosts The Adam Carolla Show. Listen to the hilarious episodes the comedian has to offer, with various personalities appearing on his show. Click on the image above to visit his site and see why this has ranked the most downloaded podcast ever in the Guinness World Records!

 

 

Sound Medicine Podcasts

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The Sound Medicine Podcast is a radio show hosted by Barbara Lewis, which is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine, WFYI, 90.1 FM and Indianapolis NPR affiliate. This show discusses topics on health, medication safety issues, significant drug research and studies, dangers and side effects of medicines, restrictions, controversies about physicians’ practices, current news on different pharmaceutical companies, safe routines, cancer treatment, and more.

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Click on the image above to start listening.

101 Films: 2012 Valentine’s Day Special

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Love is very much in the air and in celebrating the season of hearts, 101 Films brings you a special heartwarming episode where hosts Lewis and Ian discuss their all-time favorite romantic films, complete with synopses and reviews. Diehard romantic film junkies will love this one!

 

Click on the image above to listen to Lewis and Ian's reviews!

 

 

 

The Jillian Michaels Show

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Live a healthy lifestyle with tips from America’s Health and Wellness expert Jillian Michaels. Her podcast, Jillian Michaels Show, delivers inspirational talks that will help you become fitter with a more positive outlook.

 

her show also features very informative and entertaining life-changing episodes that will keep you on track and updated with the latest health and fitness trends. So what are you waiting for? Listen to her podcast HERE!          

 

Editing Your Voice-Over

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The most common question among first-time podcasters is how to process the record for better and professional-sounding voiceover. As long as you have a mic and clear voice delivery, you can use any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) to meet your standards since they all basically have the same functions for editing.

Consider also the following:

  1. You should identify which audio part you would like to edit.
  2. Select that part.
  3. Edit the specific region of audio.
  4. Listen to the playback and choose the best takes and compile it into one.

 Finding the Room Tone

The location plays a vital role in recording a podcast. Find a room that has natural sound temperature so there would be good acoustics once you begin recording. You may require some editing and splicing works if sounds overlap.

Automatic Dialog Replacement (ADR)

ADR is re-recording specific lines that can’t be done in editing. To get the way you want it, retake the lines with the same tone and approach you did in the previous take, using the same mic setup so it will match the original.

 Editing Tools

There are many DAW’s on the market today and they all have same basic functions and tools so you can use any of these for editing. Just select the one that you’re comfortable working with.

 Selector

By clicking or dragging the cursor to the audio track waveform, it will select the range you want to edit.

 Grabber

It lets you move the audio region you want to edit into a new location by simple click-and-drag technique.

 Trimmer

It allows you to easily cut or expand the audio region. To shorten, click the cursor at the right or left of the region you wish to cut then drag it to the center – this will trim off the region until you release the mouse button. If you want to lengthen it, click the cursor on the edge of the region then drag it outwards. The more you drag it the more it expands until the region is restored to its original size.

 Zoomer

If you click on this tool, the cursor turns like a mini magnifying glass. It gives a greater detail of the track as you click and drag.

For a clearer voice quality output, you may also do these tips:

  1. Add a Noise Gate to remove unwanted noise while you record.
  2. Cut the lows and boost the highs in your EQ.
  3. Employ a light compression. A small amount can bring great output but don’t apply compression you don’t need it.
  4. To make sure that there’s no clipping, add a little limiting in the limiter, tweak the EQ and fine tune gate controls. They add extra volume that will definitely get the listeners’ attention.

Just Noise Podcast: Valentine Sushi

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 Love, love, love! It’s the season of hearts once again and as we approach V-day, here’s something from the gang of Just Noise Podcast with the Duchess and Uggers. Episode 29 features discussions about movies, birthday celebrations, dating and special Valentine’s dinners. Listen to the podcast now!

 

 

Upgrade Your Podcast to Increase Your Audience

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You’ve got your own podcasting platform, your listeners, and your topics. You may have been podcasting regularly, but with a few tweaks like those mentioned below, you can still upgrade your podcast quality – and perhaps increase your audience. At the very least, you can increase your existing audience’s interest in your material. Good luck!

1.       Microphone

Invest in a professional mic for better sound quality. There are a number of entry-level professional mics that provide smooth sound output yet won’t strain your budget. Besides, most of these models come from the same companies that produce pricier and high-end recording gear as alternatives to suit everyone’s needs and budget constraints.

2.       Music

Music adds more color and depth to your work. An intro and outro may sound professional but before you take on clips of your favorite song, be wary of copyright laws that cover it. You don’t want to get sued for copyright infringement right?

Instead of using label-owned music, you can use available soundtrack samples from recording software. You may want to check out Royalty Free Music, Freeplay Music , Music Bakery, and Shockwave for podcast-friendly music.

3.       Sound Adjustments

You should learn how to work with editing software. Invest time in it so you can have total control over factors like sound levels, dead air, speaker volume – left and right channel, sound output balance, fading in and out into your intro and outro soundtrack, etc. Good editing can greatly improve your work’s final output and make it sound professional. The same applies to creating videos for your podcast.

4.       Filtering

A microphone screen – or even a piece of nylon stocking stretched over a loop of wire – can help reduce and filter out unnecessary and annoying sounds like popping (loud P’s and B’s) and breathiness in your recordings. You may not notice your little exhalations when you speak, but your listeners can.

5.       A Dedicated Website

Move your podcast from a free service platform to your own blog site. Using a more dedicated website leaves a more professional and authentic impression on your listeners and visitors. Also, this gives you more freedom to include upcoming shows, iTunes subscription links, contact information, events, promos, free downloads, show notes and RSS, all of which can be very attractive to your existing and potential audience.