December 7, 2008

Sine Language – episode 103

In ep 103, a continuation of the discussion on home theatre,
Bomar asked about why I use Lame (which I use in conjunction with Speex Multi frontend) for mp3 encoding,
plus he gave us some links for websites concerned with hearling loss:
deafness.about.com
digital recordings
University of NSW
jimmyr (link 1)
jimmyr (link 2)

and Tim Cumings was after some advice on how to mic up his computer user’s group monthly meetings.

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May 11, 2008

Building the pod – episode 120

And you thought it would never happen, right?
At last, BTP is back.
This week, a couple of e-mails to answer.
Jim Weishorn asked about the introduction of quantization errors from too much processing.
And Mike Wills asked about encoding your mp3′s from inside Audition, but using Lame instead of the Fraunhofer codec.
Which led to a discussion of the CoolLame filter, available from Rarewares.
Then, a look at the extended capabilities of the Extract Audio From CD tool in Audition v3 (which now has the ability to retrieve album metadata from an internet database so you can rip and tag your CD’s!).
As you’ll hear though, going forward from here, it’s going to be tough for me to maintain 3 weekly podcasts. Time will tell just what I am able to deliver.