Multitrack audio field kit with SSH–6, ModMic 5, VLR+ and H5

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Episode 6 of BeyondPodcasting covers the Zoom SSH–6 stereo shotgun microphone (AmazonB&H, used in mono mode), the ModMic 5 head microphone (reviewed here, Amazon), the RØDE VLXR+ converter (reviewed here and here, AmazonB&H) and the Zoom H5 multitrack audio recorder (AmazonB&H).

Additional audio hardware and software used:

  • RØDE M5 microphone (AmazonB&H) reviewed here, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Shure A81WS enormous windscreen/pop filter (AmazonB&H) covered in many articles and used in countless US presidential inaugurations.
  • Tascam US–2X2 preamp/A-D converter interface (AmazonB&H) to be reviewed soon, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Auphonic.com used by Allan Tépper.
  • Hindenburg Journalist Pro multitrack editor (reviewed and covered in many articles) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Izotope RX6 Advanced (review pending, B&H retail priceB&H educational price) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Audio MIDI settings in macOS to set audio sampling frequency of connected devices to 48 kHz.
  • Status Audio CB–1 brandable isolating studio headphones (reviewed here, Amazon) used by Allan Tépper.
  • SiteGround hosting (used by Allan Tépper for several websites/online radio/podcasts, including BeyondPodcasting)

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James Cridland, international issues, Google Podcasts + much more

On BeyondPodcasting episode 5, Allan Tépper converses with James Cridland, Radio futurologist and editor of podnews.net, aka “the James Bond of both conventional radio and the new radio”. They both celebrate the arrival of Google Podcasts and discuss:

  • International cultural and linguistic issues
  • Secure RSS feeds
  • Forced HTTPS on websites since 2014 or earlier
  • Allan Tépper’s Medium article about 5 reasons to remove WWW from your website
  • Silent dots
  • Confusion between the two different types of the billion number: the short scale (9 zeros) and the long scale (12 zeros)
  • Which is the correct side of the street to drive and why

Audio hardware and software used:

  • RØDE M5 microphone (AmazonB&H) reviewed here, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Shure A81WS enormous windscreen/pop filter (AmazonB&H) covered in many articles and used in countless US presidential inaugurations.
  • Tascam US–2X2 preamp/A-D converter interface (AmazonB&H) to be reviewed soon, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Cleanfeed.net (reviewed here) used to link Allan and James and record them at 48 kHz on separate tracks.
  • RØDE Podcaster microphone (AmazonB&H) used by James.
  • Auphonic.com used by Allan Tépper and James Cridland
  • Hindenburg Journalist Pro multitrack editor (reviewed and covered in many articles) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Izotope RX6 Advanced (review pending, B&H retail priceB&H educational price) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Audio MIDI settings in macOS to set audio sampling frequency of connected devices to 48 kHz.
  • Status Audio CB–1 brandable isolating studio headphones (reviewed here, Amazon) used by Allan Tépper.
  • SiteGround hosting (used by Allan Tépper for several websites/online radio/podcasts, including BeyondPodcasting)

BeyondPodcasting resides at BeyondPodcasting.com.

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Adobe Project Rush, LumaFusion & more with Cielo de la Paz

On BeyondPodcasting episode 4, Allan Tépper converses with Cielo de la Paz (in English) about Adobe’s new Project Rush cross-platform app, how it compares with LumaFusion and other software and hardware for mobile audio and video production. Cielo de la Paz is an award winning multimediographer and the creator of The Storyographist.

  • Project Rush cross platform (first article here) vs LumaFusion (several articles here) being potentially more advanced. Motion graphics, camera app in Project Rush, Raw/Log mode in LumaFusion with raw/log mode. FiLMiC Pro’s (several articles here) raw/log mode and integration with DJ Osmo gimbal. Multiple framerates.
  • How long of a project can be easily edited on tablet or smartphone?
  • Using a tablet or smartphone with a large, external matte monitor to get more screen real estate and reduce glare. LumaFusion’s new external program output feature.
  • What’s the best size for a tablet for editing?
  • Using an iPad with a trackpad (i.e. Apple Magic Trackpad). This currently requires jailbreak. However, several features that previously required jailbreaking were later embraced by Apple, i.e. unlocked iPhone and lowercase keyboard display on iOS.
  • Matte (anti-glare) display or screen protector. iCarez and PaperLike (to be reviewed soon).
  • Potential pricing of Project Rush.
  • Rigs: Joby GorrillaPod Mobile Rig (Amazon), iOgrapher, Padcaster.
  • Using single or multi microphones with mobile devices: Y versus multitrack versus automix mixers.
  • Pronunciation of Californian places used to name macOS operating systems and its relation to languages: Tagalog, the most spoken Philippine language and Castilian, the world’s most widely used Spanish language.

Audio hardware and software used:

  • RØDE M5 microphone (AmazonB&H) to be reviewed soon, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Shure A81WS enormous windscreen/pop filter (AmazonB&H) covered in many articles and used in countless US presidential inaugurations.
  • Tascam US–1X2 preamp/A-D converter interface (AmazonB&H) to be reviewed soon, used by Allan Tépper.
  • Cleanfeed.net (reviewed here) used to link Allan and Cielo and record them at 48 kHz on separate tracks.
  • Blue Yeti microphone (AmazonB&H) used by Cielo de la Paz.
  • Auphonic.com used by Allan Tépper
  • Hindenburg Journalist Pro multitrack editor (reviewed and covered in many articles) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Izotope RX6 Advanced (review pending, B&H retail priceB&H educational price) used by Allan Tépper.
  • Audio MIDI settings in macOS to set audio sampling frequency of connected devices to 48 kHz.
  • Status Audio CB–1 brandable isolating studio headphones (reviewed here, Amazon) used by Allan Tépper.
  • SiteGround hosting (used by Allan Tépper for several websites/online radio/podcasts, including BeyondPodcasting)

BeyondPodcasting resides at BeyondPodcasting.com.

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Audio plugins + more, with Chris Curran

In BeyondPodcasting episode 3, Allan Tépper discusses audio plugins + more with Chris Curran of Podcast Engineering School. This episode is brought to us in part by Descript, the transcription-text-audio-caption/subtitle editor that auto-transcribes audio via voice-to-text, lets us manually correct/edit the text and have the audio reflect the corresponding changes instantly. BeyondPodcasting listeners can get 100 minutes of free auto-transcription for a limited time by visiting descript.BeyondPodcasting.com.

Equipment, services + software discussed and/or used for this episode:

  • Cleanfeed.net (reviewed here) used to link and record Allan Tépper and Chris Curran remotely at 48 kHz sampling rate.
  • ElectroVoice RE20 (vintage version) microphone used by Chris Curran
  • RØDE Broadcaster microphone (reviewed here, AmazonB&H) used by Allan Tépper
  • RØDE AI–1 interface preamp/A-to-D converter (reviewed here, AmazonB&H)
  • Neve Portico 2 channel strip (B&H) used by Chris Curran
  • Sound Devices MixPre–6 (B&H) used by Chris Curran. (Allan Tépper reviewed the smaller MixPre–3 here.)
  • Audio Hijack by Rogue Amoeba (used by Chris Curran and occasionally by Allan Tépper)
  • Izotype Ozone 8 (B&H retail priceB&H educational price) used by Chris Curran
  • Izotope RX6 Advanced (B&H retail priceB&H educational price) now used by both Chris Curran and Allan Tépper
  • Auphonic.com used by Allan Tépper
  • Hindenburg Journalist Pro multitrack editor (reviewed and covered in many articles) used by Allan Tépper
  • Reaper multitrack editor used by Chris Curran
  • Waves plugins used by Chris Currant: Scheps Omni Channel, SSL E-Channel strip, SSL-G Channel strip, Scheps 73 equalizer, CLA–76 compressor/limiter, CLA–2A compressor/limiter, Vocal Rider
  • Fab Filter Pro • Q 2 equalizer, Fab Filter Pro • DS de-esser
  • Status Audio CB–1 brandable isolating studio headphones (reviewed here, Amazon) used by Allan Tépper.
  • SiteGround hosting (used by Allan Tépper for several websites/online radio/podcasts, including BeyondPodcasting)

BeyondPodcasting is located at BeyondPodcasting.com

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Microphones: Technologies, patterns & connection types

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In BeyondPodcasting episode 2, Allan Tépper does a bird’s eye view of microphone categories: technologies, patterns and connection types. Among the technologies covered are ribbon, electret condenser and dynamic. Among the patterns are omnidirectional and several types of directional mics: cardioid, supercardioid, hypercardioid and shotgun. Among the connection types covered are analog (balanced and unbalanced), digital (Lightning and USB). This is background information on upcoming reviews on microphones, mixers and interfaces (preamps and A-to-D converters).This episode is brought to us in part by Descript, the transcription-text-audio-caption/subtitle editor that auto-transcribes audio via voice-to-text, lets us manually correct/edit the text and have the audio reflect the corresponding changes instantly. BeyondPodcasting listeners can get 100 minutes of free auto-transcription for a limited time by visiting descript.BeyondPodcasting.com. Allan is again joined by his guest, the Emmy award winning actor and voiceover talent Memo Sauceda. BeyondPodcasting is located at BeyondPodcasting.com

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Sacred terminology: podcast, radio and television

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In the first BeyondPodcasting episode, Allan Tépper and guest Memo Sauceda discuss sacred terminology and its proper use: podcast, radio and televisionon-demand, by appointment, prerecorded and truly live. References are made to Casey Kasum’s and Javier Romero’s musical countdown radio shows, as well as the classic Car Talk. This episode is brought to us in part by Descript, the transcription-text-audio-caption/subtitle editor that auto-transcribes audio via voice-to-text, lets us manually correct/edit the text and have the audio reflect the corresponding changes instantly. BeyondPodcasting listeners can get 100 minutes of free auto-transcription for a limited time by visiting descript.BeyondPodcasting.com. Allan Tépper and Memo Sauceda also introduce one another and discuss how future episodes will cover microphones, interfaces, preamplifiers, A-to-D converters, software and more. BeyondPodcasting is located at BeyondPodcasting.com

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