Allan Tépper converses with Anthony Mattana of Hooke Audio, creator of Hooke Lav, the wireless lavalier microphone which transmits 48 kHz 24-bit audio via bluetooth to your Android, iOS, iPadOS or conventional camcorder while recording a local WAV file just in case. More info at wireless.BeyondPodcasting.com. We also discuss CombinedHosting.com where you can (and should) host your live online radio show or podcast with your own domain (not anybody else’s) and get help with GDPR compliance and DMCA.
5 disadvantages of Spotify for podcasters, and why my shows are there anyway. Hindenburg Journalist Pro adds the Magic Levels feature, which includes adaptive levels, automix, de-bleed and auto-ducking. For a free 90-day trial followed by a discounted price, visit BeyondPodcasting.com/Hindenburg.
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Here is the video portion of my review on the RØDE VideoMic NTG hybrid shotgun microphone. Below you will find the link to see the whole review.
Click here to read the full article In ProVideo Coalition magazine and hear all of the indoor audios. Below is the device used together with the microphone:
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16: Allan Tépper converses with Anthony Mattana of Hooke Audio about 3D binaural audio production and consumption and their Hooke Verse headset and software, which Allan Tépper recently reviewed in ProVideo Coalition magazine. Allan Tépper also inducts the Hooke Verse headset and software into the 48 kHz Alliance.
- Chris Curran of Podcast Engineering School, whose show is distributed at 48 kHz as of several episodes.
- RØDECaster Pro, which works exclusively with our standard 48 kHz sampling rate, and with 24-bit resolution too. See several RØDEcaster Pro articles in ProVideo Coalition, and here is the B&H link.
- Hindenburg Journalist Pro, Allan Tépper’s favorite multitrack editing software for audio storytellers on conventional computers like Mac and Windows. Get a free trial and discount here.
Then Curtis Judd of Learn Light and Sound joins Allan Tépper to give each one’s opinions about how the RØDECaster Pro performs as an automatic mixer, even though it is not marketed as one. They also talk about the RØDECaster Pro in general, and the very few details they’d like changed.
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12: Allan Tépper is joined in the studio by Emmy-award winning actor and voiceover talent Memo Sauceda and audio engineer Rafael Pereira. They take a bird’s eye view tour of the RØDECaster Pro and then announce the new 48 kHz ALLIANCE, including 18 podcatchers and players Allan Tépper personally tested for perfect 48 kHz playback. See the related article in ProVideo Coalition magazine here, including the related images and graphics.
Some equipment used in today’s episode:
- RØDECaster Pro (several articles in ProVideo Coalition, B&H link)
- RØDE Procaster dynamic cardiod microphones (B&H link)
- Pyle PDMIC78 dynamic cardioid microphone (several articles in ProVideo Coalition, Amazon — B&H)
- Hindenburg Journalist Pro (several articles in ProVideo Coalition, free trial and discount link)
- Status Audio CB-1 unbranded but brandable isolating headphones (review article in ProVideo Coalition)
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