Some new resources The Turnaround and Audacity tips

I came across a couple of interesting and very useful resources which I want to let you know about. I’ll also be adding them to the Podcast Production Resources page here. In the Podcasting for books, Podcasting for Community Organisations (here on Amazon UK, but also available in other Amazon stores Kindle and paperback)  and Read more about Some new resources The Turnaround and Audacity tips[…]

Episode 21 – The story so far

As we reach episode 21 … this is the story so far.    In September 2016 Belfast journalist Malachi O’Doherty was the first voice on the first episode of what was then called “Podcasting For dot dot dot”. He talked about how digitising and archiving his work – audio and photographic – has changed the Read more about Episode 21 – The story so far[…]

No Such Thing as a Fish – microphones and editing

Just before we start … I’ve just published the second book in the Podcasting For series – Podcasting for Journalism Students – it on Amazon for Kindle and you can get links and more information here. Davy   [Download and subscribe to the podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Libsyn] Without wanting to sound like I’m singing Burt Bacharach Read more about No Such Thing as a Fish – microphones and editing[…]

Sound Recording and Microphones – Interview with Willis McBrier

This edition of the Podcasting for is all about recording audio.   Willis McBrier lectures in Creative Media at Belfast Metropolitan College. His career began over 30 years ago at the BBC where he worked as a broadcast and communications engineer. More recently he has been a trainer working with non technical people  such as Read more about Sound Recording and Microphones – Interview with Willis McBrier[…]