Durff's Telephony Envy
Everyone is doing such a wondeful job recording their telephone calls that I got to wondering, could I do that way too? So to prove it to myself, I did. I am calling Dani, a friend in PA. You will hear me ask about Sharon at the end. She is Laura's sister, with whom Dani & I previously worked. Her sister is in a coma at JHU with a 1% chance of survival.
Interview With Cathy Evanoff
I owe Cathy a note of thanks for her help with this one. I had a few technical issues at the beginning and she patiently guided me through. It really helps to have someone who's "been there" when you're first getting started.
My husband walked in mid-recording and the door alarm sounded. So, beware the 3 beeps near the end. I tried to tone them down a little, but couldn't completely edit them out.
Getting Started and Catching Up
As I get started in Webcast Academy 2.2, I am encouraged by the many other voices that have posted before me, some only hours ago. Here is my brief intro with some ideas of what I hope to do with webcasting. I look forward to catching up with the rest of you and joining in the conversation.
Joining Late, But Looking Forward to the Journey
Hi all - here's my little talk with skype lady
Academy Session 2.2.2
Week Two Session for Class of 2.2
Wednesday Aug. 1, 8pmEDT / midnight GMT global times
Topic: Basic Streaming
Cindy Phthisic Introduction
Hi all! Here's my intro for this week's assignment. I really need to work on my webcaster voice. :)
Dave Baron Recording Two-Way Skype Call
Dave Baron audio intro (late!)
Jen Wagner Intro
Not sure if I am doing this right -- but here goes.
I don't have a usb mic yet for my mac -- but will do so soon.
I am going to try this entirely on my MAC -- though I want to go to the comfort of my PC...so please forgive me if I struggle.
Lisa Parisi - telephony call with Durff
Introduction- Julie S.
Recording Conversation Take 1
Recording Two Way Audio
Skype Recording Cheryl Lykowski updated
Audio comment when added to my blog. Where is flash?
When I publish an audio comment to my blog, this is what it looks like. No flash. In order to publish, you would need to go to file attachments and browse your desktop find the file, then upload. Attach, wait a while as this happens, then submit, and wait while it uploads.