Guide to editing classic podcast episodes for radio broadcast on the Freedom Feens

(This is the kind of stuff I do all day every day for the Feens, for free. Like writing this tech doc for co-hosts. Like editing 50 Ben Stone episodes. So please donate if you can.) Nick and CJ: OK, First, please only edit your best-sounding episodes with the best content. Don’t bother with interviews … Continue reading "Guide to editing classic podcast episodes for radio broadcast on the Freedom Feens"

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Michael W. Dean on Open-Source Licenses and Operating System Choice for programmers

“MAKE FEENPHONE FOR COMMODORE 64, STATIST!” -Jim Jesus (and he was joking) This is a 21-minute audio essay culled out of a two-hour live Freedom Feens radio show. I took the time to do the editing and am posting here so I can just automate copying and pasting a link to people who make statements … Continue reading "Michael W. Dean on Open-Source Licenses and Operating System Choice for programmers"

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An Introduction to Dynamics, plus review and setup of the DBX 1066 Dual Compressor-Limiter-Gate

By Michael W. Dean Freedom Feens radio host, writer, Creamy Radio Audio Genesis Communications Network Originally published in Talkers Magazine. WHAT IS “DYNAMICS”? Dynamics is the range of volume in audio program material, from quietest to loudest. A good signal for talk radio has fairly limited dynamics; the quiet parts aren’t too quiet, and the … Continue reading "An Introduction to Dynamics, plus review and setup of the DBX 1066 Dual Compressor-Limiter-Gate"

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The Freedom Feens Guide to Podcasting and Radio

Also read this post: Michael W. Dean’s 20-Minute Audio School (NOTE: months after the above video went up, Podpress was discontinued from the WordPress plugin repository. Use PowerPress instead. It’s very good. And many of the setup tabs are very similar, and PodPress is much better. And FeenPhone is available now, and we recommend that … Continue reading "The Freedom Feens Guide to Podcasting and Radio"

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