Some recent listener feedback

Shutters Inc

Firstly let me start with reference to something that Bruce had mentioned, I think in episode 137.
You were quite concerned with the audio quality that you were able to present to listeners from the portable recorder used at Echuca, the audio on that episode was fine.
I have recently dabbled with other podcasts, and have since canceled all of the downloads except Shutters Inc.
Bruce the quality of the audio delivered by you leaves all others far behind, keep up the good work.
Thanks for the great pod casts not only in the information passed on but also the technical quality.
Mark Chapman

Sine Language

Bruce, I can only say, in my opinion, that the services you are providing are greatly appreciated.
J. R.

Building the pod

I've only recently decided to get back into music production after a prolonged absence.
So, when it came to choosing a DAW, it came down to a choice between FL Studio and Audition.
Dollar wise, quite similar although FL Studio does offer more in the way of virtual instruments for this price range.
But I chose Audition for two clear reasons.
1. I really like the look and feel. The layout is just easy on the eye and made sense to me very quickly.
2. I knew I had a great teacher. I discovered Building the Pod through the Adobe web site and soon found Sine Language.
I have to thank you sincerely for your weekly tuition.
It has turned a somewhat severe learning curve into managable bite size pieces.
I simply can't overstate how thankful I am of your weekly podcasts.
Bye for now.
Ross Huntley

September 14, 2008

Building the pod – episode 126

Filed under: !Podcasts,Building the Pod,Mediasweeper — Bruce Williams @ 15:33

In episode 126, I invited Michael Rooney (the author of the shareware program, Mediasweeper) to come over and have a chat about exactly what his application is designed to do, and how it works.

For anyone who uses the multitrack side of Audition, this program is a MUST-HAVE!

With versions 2 and 3 of Audition, pressing record in the multitrack writes the new audio directly to your hard drive, even though you may not yet be sure that what you’re recording is going to be a ‘keeper’.

This means that over time, you can end up with quite a lot of saved audio files on your hard disc that you don’t need or want to keep.

Mediasweeper will help you identify (and move) those useless files to another folder ready for deletion (or archiving).

And if you can spare a few bucks via a PayPal donation, I’m sure Michael would be most appreciative!

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