21 Burst results for "Libson"

"libson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:59 min | Last month

"libson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Running your life might get nor sleep. I'll deal with this. Yeah oh my bank account information so there. That's way too much work. Yeah so we. Because if for whatever reason we've we've gone from soundcloud to the second lipson called libson and then we were over at audio boom and then and then blue wire so it's been like a four stage and to actually because the first one was i forget the name of it There was a different. There was one before Simple casts so. Yeah there's there's been five so people listening to this like that don't know what any of those words mean. The point of this is when we took the podcast from those different places forever is like the first two and a half months of the show just disappeared into the eight because if you go back on i tunes now or you go back on any platform. Whenever you're listening on stitcher spotify it only goes back to an episode in may of two thousand and fifteen. It was the episode after michael pineda struck out. Seventeen baltimore sleek and we're on flee hitler. Yeah we were all excited it was. It was a mother's day episode. And we're like oh my god. The yankees have a new ace. This granary realized his talent and used it little. Did we know that was that. Was the pinnacle of michael. Pineda's yankees career was that sunday afternoon. I mean was a great day. Good day he he was. He was on on fleet as michael. Kay said we sat. There was one shirt made and sent it to him to k- An he opened it on air like the the week after that. But that was Yeah that was. That was a shining moment for michael. Pineda that was see those who are the problem moments that i had with him because he would flash in the pan he would flash and be like i am dominant i am. I'm six foot seven. I throw a billion miles per hour of got. Good life on my fast ball. I've got good change up. I've got good off speed. Remember what pitches he had. And but i suck eighty five percent of the time but the one. The one percent nationalist tantalizing those tantalizing fifteen percent. But the but what i'm saying is those previous episodes just are not available to to people. And we've been asked like hey where your first whatever it is fifteen episodes. I don't know where they are there on southbound. We found that there onsite actually didn't know where that is soundcloud started. They're knocking you pay for them. So right they're not public on we. Can we put them up on. The ended up backdated. Well if we want to. Because they'll spoiler for the the eighteen minute first episode. It's not very good. It's bad in fact. I don't know if we want to put out those first fifteen episodes but i'm glad we found it because it was a nice trip down memory lane. I immediately got flashbacks of recording. We're going to talk about all that towards the end there. Certainly some a lot of news. That happened yet. So we're gonna we're gonna attack on the first episode number one at the end of this episode as well so as we as we leave the show You know after the after the the song there are Are post postal song. I can't talk right now. five hundred episodes. I think i learned how to talk. We're gonna play that first episode so if you if you care and you wanna laugh a little bit go ahead skipped through. It's it's kind of amusing. Andrew andrew's really bad in. It was the first podcast. I ever curate. You had you had already recorded guests dot with a different show. Yeah so that's not fair. It's not fair but it's true life isn't her lance lynn. Big news that came out of nowhere not that he was treated because we knew he was gonna get traded or the. We knew the the rangers were looking at trade him but him going to. The white sox came out of nowhere and for price that i don't think that crazy. I know some yankee. Fans balk at trading debbie garcia or clark schmidt saying how you no way not for lance lynn because they remember meet sweat lance lynn from from the yankees was actually pretty good. But he wasn't. He wasn't top pitcher in baseball. Which what he's been for the rangers. No and he wasn't even. I mean he was barely a starter. He was a guy that was ready was coming remember. He came in. Yeah he did it. He had a bunch of different roles he was a he was a A guy that was flexible. Even though hotdog breath probably is very flexible in real life. it look it was a good So the deal the deal. The deal was for dane dunning and another. What mid level prospect. Dunning the five prospect in the white sox organization ninety nine overall if you're looking at pipeline so if you're comparing the prospect rankings you're looking at clark schmidt at eighty three and Debbie at eighty seven and pipeline respectively. So they're close right. There's not that much of a difference as far as like top one hundred prospects. Here's the difference in perspective or perception number. Five prospect with the white sox. There's a couple of pitchers ahead of him. He's gotten some time he's a guy that they thought was going to be. Good another guy that came over in the trade to The nationalist from adam eaten oh by the way who they just signed as well so that the band is back together over there but dunning. So i had some major league experience. But it's not like he wasn't the number one prospect in the system. And i think that when yankee fans looking at clark smith david obviously david garcia won over some hearts and minds right at the end of the season. And we've been hurting about. You've been hearing about him for a while. Karch mitt not so much but he's our number one pitching prospect number one prospect. If you don't include dominguez who's fifteen years old with the body of a twenty eight year old. I get what you're saying. So so but what you're saying is clark schmidt or deputy garcia is more important to the yankees than to the white sox and that might be true but as far as quality of prospect.

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"libson" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"libson" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"So, far hasn't worked out very well for him. You know I'm sure Heaton care but. Are Maybe he does and we just don't know about it but you know reports are they. They the migrated everything over to spotify and when I say everything was in quotes. Some of the interviews and episodes that he put out are not available on spotify. In kind of ironically they're all they all seemed to be conservative. Bent or at least controversial in some way or another you know Joe. You know one thing about Joe's he'll talk to anybody anybody but he talks anybody that's interesting and sometimes he talks to conservatives. You know think of Alex Jones being one of them. Okay. Alex Jones has some screwball ideas. Like him or hate him that's immaterial but Got Platforms Pretty Pretty well, although he still able to be out there because of podcasting. because. You can't De Platform of podcasts completely and people that want to listen to him still ahead. But Joe and over to spotify as an exclusive, he was on Libson one of the competitors of the company that sponsors this show and His shows were all available on Lipson but are not all available in spotify now whether they're going to. Fix that or maybe they're not done migrating who knows what the deal is you know not blaming them for anything but that's one of the things that can go wrong if you go exclusive. Another thing, Joe Button I'm sure you've seen the. Youtube. Video of his two hour episode explaining why he's leaving spotify after two year exclusive contract. And they didn't follow their contract. At least according to him. And like I said, no facts. I, just know that he's he's not happy with the with the deal and he's not renewing his contract and he's going to go back to independent. And more power to them all four podcasting. That's for sure. But anyway You know those two things plus spotify is motivation in podcasting. To me seems not on the up and up. Maybe, I'm wrong and that's Great I. Hope I am and maybe I'll be back there someday. But for right now, spotify the motivation that I get out of it is okay when you have spotify account. And you listen to spotify and you're listening to a music track they've got to pay royalties on that. But they don't have to pay royalties on podcasts in you know any of the podcasts that are not exclusive to spotify don't get paid at all not that I say we deserve to be paid. But..

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"libson" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"libson" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"And talk with some assembly required I'm your host rich and if this is your first time checking out an episode first of all welcome second a bit about what we do here, toys and tech of the trade is an. Interview, series where we sit down with content creators, entrepreneurs and just awesome folks that are on our radar and discuss the gadgets, the gear and the tech that they used to create their content, run their business, and most importantly be more productive. When it comes to toys, we go beyond action figures, uncle pops and the usual things that fall in the toys category and discuss other things that people. Enjoy, collect, and obsess over and that they consider their toys whether it's something as simple as guitar picks or toothpicks different spoons. You'd be surprised what people consider their toys and we embrace those types of interest here with a lot of enthusiasm because again, not all of us have the same interests and what some person may consider their toys others may not, and most importantly, it allows us to learn a little bit more about our guests on a personal level and. Break up some of the business and entrepreneur talk that we have on our shows now would that intro out of the way let's get some housekeeping done and turn it over to this week's guest the only bit of housekeeping of note, to kick things off that I want to remind everybody about is that you may notice things get a little weird when you're downloading episodes weather for this show or other shows on the network, and it is because we are changing podcasts. We are moving away from speaker excuse me from Speaker to podcast CEO company based in the UK that has a very a very awesome system and most importantly allows. People that are on the network with us whether it's our other hosts myself or someone who's managing the accounts to see analytics and be able to share them very very quickly versus the current way where I have to go through each show, pull the an analytics individually, and then forward them to our hosts I, want to put more control and transparency in the hands of. Our hosts and PODCAST CO allows me to do that. Now, speaker is a great service, and if you're looking to start a network or build out a network speaker is a great partner they ended up replacing Lipson who was pretty much the partner for my take radio in terms of podcast hosting for many many many many many years and I gotta Say I co-signed, Lipson? Greatly because they not only allow people to get up and running with their podcast very quickly but they take a lot of the heavy lifting out of the equation submitting your shows too. I, tunes Iheartradio spotify etcetera they got you covered nice way to have show notes piece of cake. You want a dedicated website for your podcast. They can do that too Lipson is great. Doesn't cost a lot doesn't break the bank but if you're trying to start a network and you're not somebody with a massive massive massive audience, it's a little bit more cumbersome. You've got to create individual accounts for your shows, etc.. But again, each service has their place. Libson was phenomenal speaker was great. But podcast dot co not only was very compelling, but they also just took a lot of time to walk us through. We did a demo and you their team is based out of the UK for the most part and they were incredibly accommodating We've been doing the trial thus far, very impressed with the amount of service and detail that they're providing us, and we look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with them, but I wanted to. Share. That with all of you because again, it will affect the RSS feeds for some of the shows and a couple of other little bugs that we are currently working on. So I wanted to share that with you to ensure that you know we are aware of what's going on and if you run into any problems, do not hesitate to shoot me an email rich at rage works dot net or hit me up via any of the social channels for rage works or the rage works podcast network. All right. That housekeeping is, is pretty much it for this episode. this week's guest. Very interesting reached out to me directly through Lincoln Lincoln has become an incredible resource to. Get guests for toys and tech of the trade alongside some of the other services that we used. viz individual comes from the automotive space disrupted the space would his unique idea which I'm GonNa let him share with you had his company acquired made a killing now looking to disrupt the automotive refinancing space you're probably asking yourself. I can refinance my car how the hell do I do that? While this week guest is going to break that down but the short version which I'll share with you is that if you have a car loan and maybe you took that loan out, your credit wasn't good and then your credit got better and you're still paying through the nose for that car note and high interest rates you are able to refinance that loan and not only save money but definitely just get a better break when it comes to a vehicle. So you might lower the interest rate you might get some more money in your pocket is the current payment you have. All of that and much more is broken down by this week's guest but you don't need to hear it from me. Let's turn it over to this week's guest and learn about the toys and tech. Of, their trade..

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"libson" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

Ask the Podcast Coach

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"libson" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

"Is that. We get with them. We get the opportunity to speak to them today. It's a one way conversation. It's a question answer when we are when we're able to kind of dialogue with them. A little bit better in in the the Amazon device does pretty well today. I don't know if Google doing it yet. I think it's going to get easier. Easier for us to and others, multiple commands do this at response. Do that without having to today. It's just one at a time. Amazon's getting little better, so I think that'll make discovery a lot better and make it of more of a conversation as opposed to just telling her him whatever you've got on that to turn the lights on or to play. Play home gadgets right, and you kinda like sow it. It's I think we need to get a little beyond. We have to get a little more transactional and a little or maybe low pass, transactional, one or more conversational I guess. Yeah, it's I did see were they said and I believe it was Google Amazon. And forget who else, but the all kind of like decided to get together and decide on a standard because they saw were like this is going to be because it's like look. The the end user is the person that's getting the shaft here, so they said that's probably coming by twenty twenty one hopefully so well. I think the the really helpful stuff is starting to come in, and we're not seeing on the assistance yet, but I'm starting to see some of the apps where it's like especially like on the watch on the Apple Watch. Where in the middle of the morning it'll say, hey, you. It'll semi alert. You're not as far along as you normally are like. Stop judging. That is actually helpful. Right and and imagine if in and then the other thing I think is I've got seven of these Amazon devices in my house, but they don't. They're not really totally aware of each other yet. They don't kind of realise they're all connected. They're all one thing. In so if it could sense my presence in nowhere I am at an offer. Some of those things verbally that that might be better. Did you can have notifications on all devices now? Yeah I love that that's my favorite. Oh, it's. A notification before the show's Craig Craig's saying Hey, I love the t shirt. Which of course thank you? That's I I need to move to this. There, you go yeah, so. Well, because I hear Mr, T. shirts, and what wear to this happens to be or my wife used to work. And it was the first t shirt on top of the drawer well this morning going back to the the Jim. Gaffe again thing the minute. The Guy said Spain you say Spain to me I think of Craig so. It's a good brand is kind of funny how that works so yeah, but Yawn Dave beyond listening to Pie casts on these devices. Can you think of any other really applicable? I mean or the in the podcasting space. Helpful how how they could be helpful. To podcasters like can't, but maybe some folks in the chat room, no some way, maybe from a scheduling standpoint or did I. I usually wake up the morning and I'll ask her. What's on my schedule today? And she will tell me you're working from Libson and distancing and I'm basically listening to hear if I have any interviews or things like that, and that's where I just got one with the screen, and that's kind of cool because I can see my schedule now so I that actually I got a show eight. And the audio is getting much better than the little hockey pucks. The original one and I walk in now, and I'm just like. Hey, what's her name plate spotify? And I'm rockin cooking in the kitchen now so I'm having that I use that a lot more now because I had a great signing one, but it was in my living room, so it's just like I'm either got to crank it up so loud that I'm annoying the neighbors, but now I've got it right there my kitchen, so that's kind of I've I've found listening to my podcasts through spreaker so open the spreaker APP, and you more well, maybe not today, so it's been. It's been a couple of months since I've check this out, but. Early on the SPREAKER APP had all the controls skip an skip ahead and some some of those kinds of things. That the the device itself didn't have like. If you went to tune in, you wouldn't get those features because you were streaming basically. and. So I found actually using us like an APP like spreaker to listen to. It was a better experience because I had more control over how I listen, and then the other thing now podcasting related, but when you can follow recipes on there, and you can push those forward or back in. It'll read them to you. which is super cool so here you're working on A. A recipe you no longer have to to kind of look at it or read it to. You can ask you to go back. It kind of it's. It's kind of cool, so there's he cool. It is cool Kyla brought up something that makes me what my pants. Every time we think about it. What about the PODCAST BOOGEYMAN would've? Apple podcast becomes its own hosting company. I'm glad I have a cousin that works at Apple. Yeah Hey. You can with your cousin needs a job yet? That's it if you think about it, the. I mean our financial lives. Financials are online were publicly owned company so you can go see how much profit we made an. I'm pretty sure it is a drop in the bucket compared to anything that that apple is doing, but I've always thought about that. Like of Google and and apple decide. Let's cut out the middleman with this whole like let's and then. In theory, they could totally throw out. The RSS feed. They could just do like. Hey, if you WANNA show here. This is how you do it us. Our interface you uploaded now we can give you more stats. It could. It could really do think the giant anymore, though that that I mean, they are still the biggest. But I don't think they were, were they? What nickel back to the Microsoft conversation when Microsoft dominated the browser wars with? Ninety percent market share apple had that in podcast for a while. They don't anymore, and there's plenty of options right, and so I just don't that. That would made sense six years ago seven years ago. Maybe for them to jump in and say okay. Let's crushes thing. I don't think I think FA said today, host company I think we're GonNa go I'm going go anchor. Just, I don't i. don't see I. don't see it making the splash that that people think it would yeah and more. The media hosts icy. Now there's one. Thing, it's called. Be Cast and their big thing. It's on APP Sumo. And their big thing is dynamic ad insertion, but it's only at the beginning or end. You can do free postal and I'm like. That's still not what Lipson and pod being in a blueberry and red circle, and it's, but it was circles. AD INSERTIONS COOL I. Love Red Circles, AD insertion. The thing I hate about it red circle. Is. It's free and I'm pleasing my money. I will pay you. I will gladly pay you for these little interface. It's I've been testing out all sorts of crap red, circle and everything I put over there. It's like all right I'm GONNA I'm GonNa put this here, but I go in knowing that this could go in any time because I'm like it's just it's so. You want to be careful. I got an asset swap kind of request Red Circle. Right. In there you can say hey, let's permits promote each other, and that's not new, do you? Think well. That's a question I. Want to bring up. Do you have? He said Ryan Overdue? His Google forms. Do you have a Promo for your show? No seem either. It's like I I went and looked, and I was laughing because I found one, and it was something I did like in two thousand six. And at the end, I directed people to School of podcasting dot net and I was like. What are we still do? But it's like and I'm like I. don't even remember why. Likes Dot net went to something dot. com went to something. I think I had it. We're DOT. Net was the podcast dot com was the courses or something, but I was like one was I ever promoting dot net so weird, but.

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"libson" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

07:37 min | 6 months ago

"libson" Discussed on Between the Slides

"Her face, there's plenty of other stuff besides audacity garage band erred to again. That are free depending on the products that you own so you can record. Edit so right now. I'm talking directly into my microphone. That's then USB. Plugged into my macbook. That's then recording and the audacity software I'm watching the waves see if I get too loud all that kind of stuff, so it's real time feedback there which is. but what do you do if you're gonNA talk to Samadi remote right, so the person's not sitting next to hear. You're not talking to Mike Right next to each other for remote interviews I use skype I used to just use skype, and then I did want. It didn't sound good so I. Don't know if that was my microphone. The gasser or something so then I watched Tim, Ferriss Youtube video where he shared his podcast tips with the software he uses the. Mike uses references. Things like that, so then he mentioned the Software Code E, Cam, call, recorder, and so that seemed to make the sound make the skype sound better and improve the. Recording quality now. I have actually had an issue with Cam and I just use skype for the last couple of reportings and I think with upgrades and stuff. They sound way better so skype alone is what I use. It's for easy to use Some folks don't have it so for me. If I'm getting ready to set up a guess as a ham on skype a new, you know and then send him the information. Other sources for remote recording and again there's tons of 'em out there. A lot of this gets into preference like any other hardware-software discussion about any other computer thing I've heard about and again you can look this up. Go, do like facebook groups as a podcast movement community facebook group, so check that out. There's there's like forty thousand people in there, so it's outstanding both to get information for exposure. There's also podcast groups on it and so or sub rats rather I. Guess there's all those rate so. So other things to record with that I've seen through those or zoom zoom huge now given the crisis in telemedicine increase in a whole bunch of things I haven't used that to report a podcast of us. It business wise to record sessions there and it works pretty good. Then caster I've heard a lot about in squad casts as far as remote recording of guests, but again I use skype for Ford. It's a Microsoft products. If you do it through windows has that they have Mac version? That's what I use. Music, what are you want? snazzy music kind of like I. Throw in here every now and then you can't just play your favorite song on here because it's copy written right so and again when you Google Youtube and you and you look podcast. Music Yucatan's and DETTORI's and tons of guidelines for me I use a company called pond five. It's music you can pay anywhere from like five bucks a hundred or something, so it's it's different produced music. There's also youtube has a music library world. Who for your license for Library But again it's gotta be that So. You can sit there and listen through clips and again as part of your planning process think about. Do I want a little intro did do I. WanNa say some things than do intro music and then come back to the episode. There's so many different ways to do it or do you WanNa go music free like Jaakko podcast and just start talking. You hit hit. Folks with something impactful. Right away or just get into it. Hey, we're at this episode here. Here. We go right. It's all preference. It's all what's going to work for you all what you think. What would you to listen to I like the little music add I've used it a full-time when I've wanted if for twenty twenty, America got some dramatic kind of patriotic music. and Kinda mixing around, so I'm I'm definitely not the mixing expert. Begin pond five is what it use. It costs money. Youtube has some free library sounds so consider that. the other huge thing, right? You have all this stuff in your recording it so now. Where are you going to host these files that you recorded? These great episodes in or great interviews so many places again. There's a million or over a million podcasts out there hosted on all these different platforms I use blueberry which is. Our are wise. It's not spelled totally like the the actual blueberry fruit but they're great No sponsorship for me I'm just giving you the scoop. easy interface get statistics for an extra like five bucks a month. You get advance satistics so I can see how what percentage of an episode do people listen to? Not just how many downloads each? And Very quick responses when I when I've had technical issues, either from my own fault or something that happened with the hosting, which isn't often at all they were spawned same day. which is awesome. Some other very well known hosts include anchor, which is free. So, is it easy? Yes, I've also heard again with some free things, not audacity. It's been great with anchor I, use it. I think twice once or twice when I was messing around with very for started in two thousand eighteen on my phone. and I didn't really I didn't like it. That was my preference though. But some folks use that it's free and so you're going to get what you pay for as far as what they don't allow you to do with that. Other probably more well-known paid services, audible bus sprout pod bean in Libson Lipton's definitely a big one so again when you look at to oriels, you'll see some of these suggestions as far as hosting and and find a host, or if you just Google podcast hosts lists come up like crazy. So we have our mission, or why we have our objectives for our whole podcast, plus each show, or will it work working on what kind of organization I'm doing this by myself? I'm going to have some guests co host whatever you WANNA do. When over some of the resources both harbor software learning educational that kind of stuff to be able to start and record and edit Our files are sound our message. And have some more resources, but now we're gonna hit that communication piece right that fifth. That's going to bring all these foundational five things together this communication. So how are we going to get our episodes out there? your host and most of the big hosts. Especially again I'll speak to Bloomberg's. That's what I have, but it includes an area to distribute right for spotify apples actually built into their when you make an. An. Episode you put your Info for the Blueberry Director. Then it's also the apple directory, but within the same site in your dashboard for Blueberry. There's links that say get on spotify. Get on! These are actually looking at it right now, and they're similar with the other hosts. I I only know because they Jackson from school. podcasting mentioned and he's libson person that they do that. Also for the other host mentioned, I don't. Don't know because I've never had exposure to those, but you need to get that out the other way to get your show on other platforms is an Xm L. Feed. So that's the link to your podcasts. Feed so when you get into some of the lessons, and you look at those videos and you get into your host. You'll see what that is. You'll get more information on that, but basically what you have to do. Do is go to these different sites and just pace that feed in their type the name of your show. What's it about basically the blurb you'd see on whatever platform you're listening to. Some of those platforms like iheart radio stitcher tune in IMDB. Now right, which is usually an entertainment moving their listings, podcasts I have a couple episodes on they are. It's not really made for that yet. It's a little clunky honestly. Talk about exposure. IMDB's huge so. Some automatically happen through your host through your podcast hosts some you have to just paste your link and say I want my show on this, and then it's very easy. It's very quick. Most of those companies respond very very soon. this show currently plays on Blueberry, which is the host, so that's right on either blueberry site. Or that's how it plays through the link playthrough. If you go to the people process progress, dot, com website, I'll play there I tunes tune in spotify iheartradio stitcher player Dot FM.

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"libson" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"libson" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Five. It's music. You can pay anywhere from like five. Hundred or something, so it's. It's different produced music. There's also youtube has a music library world. Who for your license for Library But again it's gotta be that So. You can sit there and listen through clips and again as part of your planning process think about. Do I want a little intro? Did do I wanNA say some things than do intro music and then come back to the episode. There's so many different ways to do it or do you WanNa? Go Music Free like Jaakko podcast, and just start talking. You hit hit. Folks with something impactful. Right away or just get into it. Hey, we're at this episode here, we. We go right. It's all preference. It's all what's going to work for you all what you think. What would you to listen to I like the little music add I've used it a full time when I've wanted. If for twenty twenty, America got some dramatic kind of Patriotic Music and Kinda mixing around so I'm I'm definitely not the music mixing expert. Begin pond five is what it use. It costs money. Youtube has some free library sounds so consider that. the other huge thing, right? You have all this stuff in your recording it so now. Where are you going to host these files that you recorded? These great episodes in or great interviews so many places again. There's a million or over a million podcasts out there hosted on all these different platforms I use. Blueberry is be our wise. It's not spelled totally like the the actual blueberry fruit but they're great no sponsorship for me I'm just giving you the scoop. easy interface get statistics for an extra like five bucks a month. You get advance satistics, so I can see how what percentage of an episode do people listen to? Not just how many downloads? And Very quick responses when I when I've had technical issues, either from my own fault or something that happened with the hosting, which isn't often at all they were spawned same day. which is awesome. Some other very well known hosts include anchor, which is free. So is it easy? Yes, I've also heard again with some free things, not audacity. It's been great with anchor I use it I think twice once or twice when I was messing around with very for started in two thousand eighteen on my phone, and I. Didn't really I didn't like it. That was my preference though. But some folks use that. It's free and so you're going to get what you pay for as far as what they don't allow you to do with that. Other probably more well-known paid services, audible bus sprout pod bean in Libson. Lipton's definitely a big one so again when you look at to oriels, you'll see some of these suggestions as far as hosting and and find a host, or if you just Google podcast hosts lists come up like crazy. So? We have our mission or why we have our objectives for our whole podcast plus each show, or will it work working on what kind of organization I'm doing this by myself? I'm going to have some guests co host whatever you WANNA do. When over some of the resources both harbor software learning educational, that kind of stuff to be able to start and record and edit our files are sound our message. And have some more resources, but now we're gonna hit that communication piece right that fifth. That's going to bring all these foundational five things together this communication. So how are we going to get our episodes out there? your host and most of the big hosts, especially again I'll speak to Bloomberg's. That's what I have, but it includes an area to distribute right for spotify apples actually built into their when you make an. An episode you put your Info for the Blueberry Director. Then it's also the apple directory, but within the same site in your dashboard for Blueberry. There's links that say get if I get on. These are actually looking at it right now, and they're similar with the other hosts I. I only know because they Jackson from school podcasting mentioned and he's Libson. person that they do that. Also for the other host mentioned I don't. Don't know because I've never had exposure to those, but you need to get that out. The other way to get your show on other platforms is an Xm L. Feed. So that's the link to your podcasts. Feed so when you get into some of the lessons, and you look at those videos and you get into your host. You'll see what that is. You'll get more information on that, but basically what you have to do. Do is go to these different sites and just pace that feed in their type the name of your show. What's it about basically the blurb you'd see on whatever platform you're listening to. Some of those platforms like iheart radio stitcher tune in IMDB now right, which is usually an entertainment moving their listings podcasts. I have a couple episodes on they are. It's not really made for that yet. It's a little clunky honestly. Talk about exposure. IMDB's huge so. Some automatically happen through your host through your podcast hosts some you have to just paste your link and say I want my show on this, and then it's very easy. It's very quick. Most of those companies respond very very soon. this show currently plays on Blueberry, which is the host, so that's right on either blueberry site. Or that's how it plays through the link playthrough. If you go to the people process progress, dot, com website, I'll play there..

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"libson" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

09:07 min | 11 months ago

"libson" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"Thor as democratic as our medium is podcasting isn't immune to the widening gap between the haves and the have nots but is that hollowing out a natural unnatural phenomenon and water podcasters to do about it. Hello and welcome to another podcast pontificating with me Yvo Tara now podcasting has some really good bench marking numbers mostly provided US provided to us by Mr Rob Walsh the vice president of podcast relations at Libson liberated syndication. Which is I believe. The biggest hosting company for at least the independent podcasters and I think a sheer volume of podcast and the number podcast of the biggest ones So thanks thanks rob forgiving. That every month rob goes onto a show that he does with the podcast happiness Wrangler Elsie Escobar. And gives us at the end of one of the episodes? The breakdown of the tears and rob breaks it down by looking at Lipson numbers and tells us what the average number of downloads is for a podcast over the last forty five days and then proceeds to tell us what the breakdown is for the top. Twenty off your shows over X. Number. You're in the top twenty of all podcasters and then a bigger number to get you the top ten and then five two and then finally the top one and he's been doing that for a year. So if you want to go back and see what percentage tier level you fit into it and give time based on your downloads. After thirty ISH or so days per episode you can get that information very helpful. I used to report on it to my clients but I've stopped because I'm not so sure it's telling us. Well it assumes we all have the same goal in mind and that is to have the biggest number one problem. The second problem is it's not really talking about. Let me change the way. I'm saying this whole thing because I don't want to. I don't want to despair. It's a good number but here's what we need. I would much rather see or maybe addition to I wanna see a distribution chart and by a distribution chart. I mean I wanna see the number of shows at each of these points. Maybe how many podcasts? What is the percentage of the network that has a listener base of? Let's say fifty they get fifty dollars. How many number. What's the number of that? And then one hundred one fifty and all the way up until you get to the literally millions. I want to know the number of podcasts. The number of shows in each one of those and the reason I want to do that as simple You've probably noticed a distribution chart when you look at things like ratings and reviews anything you look at on Amazon yelp any of the ratings and reviews places you'll notice they've got an average number three and a half stars five stars four point two nine stars. You're uber driver. That's great. That tells you one thing but if you look deeper if you click in especially on Amazon you click in. You can see the number of five star reviews. Four star reviews three star to star in One star reviews. And that'll show you those in a nice little graph. How many in each one of those of course they some those up to get the average. But what you'll notice as you look at those grasses. The middle is almost always empty. And that's because the people who rate and review content tend to rate things that they love or hate not so much in the middle to it's pretty natural to see a hollowed out middle when it comes to ratings and reviews but that's distribution chart and that's the kind of distribution chart. I want to see in podcasting. We don't have that distribution chart and podcasting or if we do I haven't seen it and this is something that the podcast hosting companies could make for us. This is something that be third party tracking services like chargeable or wealth. Chargeable could do for us if they wanted to. But they're not doing it and I really wish they would. My assumption is if we were to look at that distribution chart it would also look very hollowed out and I'm not talking about ratings and reviews. I'm talking out by number of listeners. I think that when we looked at the total number of shows we would see a big number a really big number at the bottom number of shows of the nine hundred thousand pod gas. We have now. There'll be a large number of them that are on the low end of that spectrum. And then as you got larger a number of listeners as you went further to the right on that you would see. The number of shows dropped precipitously but as he reached the other extreme audiences that are very very large. You'd see an upswing again hence the hollowing out of the middle of podcasting now I think that's an okay thing. I don't think there's anything really for us to do about it. They used to understand that. It's probably it's likely hollowed out in the middle and I think the reason that the middle is hollowed out that things that podcast tend to be clustered in low end which has the biggest cluster or all the way to the high end which also has another large cluster. I think there are some factors at play that push things either to the upper end or push things to the lower and I think they're going to continue so the things that I think are shifting podcasts. To the upper end are three one. Big podcasting companies are going to get more money because this is working. They're making great content. People are more interested in the medium. They're getting more money. Which means they can make more shows there as their companies grow as their teams grow more shows come and those companies can now use their own internal network effect to raise those shows up to lift them up to the higher subscriber numbers so they quickly move from no listeners to tens or hundreds of thousands of listeners very quickly as number one number two as our listening APPs and our directories get better apple. Podcast has got a redesigned coming spotify. Just had a brand new redesign all of the smaller independent after growing as they get better. They're going to showcase the things people listen to on those APPS and those tend to be higher shows that's automatically going to give more preference more exposure to big shows which will lift that all the way up and then thirdly big publications in media outside of podcast are going to get excited about podcasting. They're getting excited about podcasting. They will start covering podcasting more. Guess what kind of shows they're going to cover the big ones. The big ones that are really really great quality which drives even more ears to those big shows. So that's what causes things to shift to the upper end on the bulging lower end. That's going to continue to increase as well. More people listening because more people who want to try podcasting they're gonNA start with this show with an audience of zero. They will number to find more tools out there to make it easier for them to jump into podcasting. Just like anchor. Did several years ago. You'll have more companies like that. That make it easy to get into podcasting. That don't necessarily however make it easier to make a really good show. And thirdly most interestingly I think is the people who do make these smaller shows who are doing it for the fun for the hobbyist out. They're they're okay with it. They're okay with their own little micro networks of people who like the little kinds of things that they do that naturally keep their shows little but it's okay they're servicing the audience that they need to service with that. I think those six factors order GonNa continue to drive the hollowing out a podcast middle class and I don't think it's a bad thing. What are your fellow podcast about that. Have you shared your numbers with your others? That you communicate with it you interface within podcasting. I think you should do that. Find out where you often make your own distribution curve especially the more people that you know about. Tell them you found this episode of podcasts pontificate interesting and see what their numbers are and put together your own little distribution graph. So you can see where you stand out with your peers. That's it. I shall be back tomorrow with yet. Another podcast pontiff cheers..

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"libson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:00 min | 11 months ago

"libson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Three are going to the movies this weekend. I mean they're batting. Average has to be right horrific because it must be every ten million cars that pass by that billboard. One person goes to see that movie in your situation. What you're saying is look. We don't have ten million cars driving past us. We have a couple hundred thousand cars. But they're motivated precisely the word that advertising community uses. These days is engaged so the so the difference is instead of buying millions of loosely engaged viewers people watch the man show. They were common going. They were getting a beer they they were watching it in fact probably. The man show had a much more engaged audience. Let's say Seinfeld People were more dedicated to sing it. But we're taking it to the next degree even more where they they. Don't get up and get a beer. They're really engaged in the content. They feel like they're part of it and so an ad is like a friend saying to them You know and we're very careful. We only pick products we use. We can that we can recommend we do the Paul Harvey thing where we say. I Love Bose Radio and you will too and so it's very much of a kind of a recommendation and that's very powerful like that but now I understand. Good Day good day. Yeah Paul Paul Harvey Radio Pioneer. Probably a rollover and grave heard US talking about podcasting and doing a bad imitation of him his last words were God. Do you think so. Basically what we're going from is putting flyers on the windshield. If every car in the parking lot or using sky riding remember when sky riders to be viable form of advertising. They still have you ever go to a ball game. They fly a banner over the top banners. It's actually I don't know what happened. Happened to skyrocketing because I feel like when I was a kid every third fourth day. I'd leave my house. Look at the sky. And there'd be a big thing that are more or something. Or so one would propose via skyrocketing skyrocketing business must really be taken a hand. Maybe it's all the terrorist activity that these guys out or something but remember when sky riding was a big deal kids all they see contrails now but they don't see sky writing and then remember when you get to the sky riding a couple hours too late and you'd have to sit there and go. I think that I know that. Jesus drifted drifted. His name is Duke. I know his name is Fuchs in love with somebody. I don't think another dude remember. You'd see the blown out sky writing. It's a different time player. A simpler simpler time. Yeah so instead of doing the sky riding or banner over the stadium thing. We're now going to use marksman when it comes are advertised. Sniper based advertising exactly fifty caliber. What's right to the brain and if you're a Leo LaPorte Fan and Leo LaPorte is getting a book and you're talking about it on your show? Then you're batting. Average is going to be much higher than you going on the tonight show and talking about your book. Well that's not to shave. Whatever have you dear friend? No that's an interesting point. I I've done regis and Kelly over a dozen times and not not one blick. Dick must be sore. I tell ya not together at one of its on regis and Kelly right so no blip. I've done the today show. Cnn and I've not done Leno But you know obviously. I'm not gonNA ever do Leno but but those shows do not get you much benefit. I have to say you know I. I've written thirteen books out and we would go on. Go on the shows to try to celebrate. It made the publisher happy. You know but it never sold books never sell books. You sell books by talking to the people who are in the market for that book and saying you know. Hey here's a great book. Now Leo I have gone on the tonight show and plugged my movie and not seen much movement and then gone on a Bill Simmons's podcast from ESPN and plugged my movie and seen it hop onto the Amazon top. Ten list. There you go perfect. That's a specific crowd. Obviously Leno has a much larger crowd but this is a much more motivated crowd. They're loosely engaged. They're barely watching. And I know you know. They've got their watch through two feet. They're not seeing what Lucia. Sorry for cutting you off. But I'm curious like so there's a lot of people that are listening. Who think. Hey I could do this or I'd like to try to do this. How do you get started doing a podcast? What what's a cheap? What's a way to do it on the chief they always said that One of the successes Kita successive bing crosby was that every guy thought he could sing as well as bing crosby the right the truth is they couldn't but they thought right good. It's very easy to make A. Podcast what are you? Have you have a computer? You have a headset microphone. You have Internet access you. Could you know the bandwidth for downloading it? I mean look. Somebody's downs. Four hundred downloads thousand copies of your show. That's that's a lot of download you go through cachefly But you can also go to if you're a smaller podcasts. There's a company called Libson Lipson DOT COM That will let you do it for thirty bucks a month instead of you know thousand bucks a month so the cost is very low. The real key is well. How do I get people to listen to this thing? And well you got to build a community around yourself. You're Adam Corolla. It's an easy thing to do. Because you're Adam Corolla you come out of the box or the built in audience. If you know I realized that. Yeah if you're Joe Schmo down the street you have to come down finally to what it always comes down to making good content. The truth is I think there's a scarcity of good content whether it's funny or an informative or whatever there's a scarcity of it there's a scarcity of it on TV there's a scarcity of it movie theaters. If you make something really great people will find you just have to have an end to do it and plug away at it you know. I was Being interviewed by Joel Stein yesterday from the Los Angeles Times and I said you know the thing I think is interesting about. The time we're living in is if you have a computer a microphone and the wherewithal to do this and it doesn't take much if you were so good that people couldn't ignore you if we suck out Richard. Pryor at age thirty five in combined him with George Carlin at age forty five and he just sat there and did a one hour blistering funniest hell commentary social commentary and just was so unbelievably good that he scorched a microphone. People would share it and it would catch on and you would have an audience exactly it work. Yeah the difference is that it used to be there was a monopoly of distribution that if you didn't get universal or NBC or paramount to distribute your stuff. No one would ever hear it so you could be that brilliant comic in some tiny clubs somewhere. Nobody might ever find you. Nowadays you can distribute it. You can get it out there. And it's my opinion that that's better you know. There's no monopoly. Speaking of a distribution now I- toonces. Is You generously? Brought up our shows number one on. Itunes PODCAST DEPARTMENT. But they don't charge they don't sell. I tunes and they don't sell podcast. They sell songs. D Ever envision a time when they do sell the things that are on their site other than the songs possibly. I mean you know part of the deal. One of the reasons apple doesn't like to do that isn't want onesie Tuesday contracts with everybody so if you're an independent artists you can get a CD baby right and then do a deal with CD baby and you could be on. I tunes I presume. Someday that might happen with podcasts. But remember what happened Ricky surveys. He here he has the most you know. Listen to podcasts. In the world he goes to audible DOT COM tries to sell it and within a month or two. He gave up because nobody bought it. People are just a free radio. They're not gonna pay for this stuff. She he literally went from four hundred thousand two thousand then or something. We don't know but I don't think it was very successful. Because he stopped right away. And and what about skype? What do you think of that fantastic? We're using it right now right so I think we are free. It's a I couldn't do my network without skype because I live in a podunk town in northern California. I couldn't get people to come up there Nevertheless people on because we're because the sky now you can do skype and have people call in real time to your program. Yup that's what we're doing right now. We're broadcasting. This'll be a podcast for you. I'm broadcasting this. Live right now. Oh well sorry for saying Fuck Fuck. It was actually a debate in the Chat Room. Because we don't let them say fuck in the chat room and there's a guy saying you got a double standard because Leo could say fuck but kids say fuck. That's a double standard. So I said Yes exactly what? We call a double standard. Well I know I know. Got a problem with it. Well Start Podcasting and complain about Leo. That's what you can do exactly Leo. Do you have any questions for me by the way? Where do you get your hair done? Because it's just gorgeous thank you. I do it myself. It's a mixture of a PA made and just Simple simple Brewer's yeast Did you Dr drew ever have a falling out or is it just that you know? We went separate ways. How what happened there? Oh Da you know the real story behind the in Dr Drew. You could tell it. Yeah well what what happened yet? What happened with Dr Drew Jesus. I get I'll tell you how I never and more pissed in my life now. I've eventually left love line to start doing morning. Radio and have worked my way up to your podcast brought congratulations on the career trajectory. It's fantastic. That God knows where I'll be a year from now. I did love Jimmy. Kimmel guided anything ever happened to him is is he working. Jimmy who I just started. He's funny sounds good. I like foul. Yeah Yeah Skinny. Funny Jimmy Kimmel. It's like chicks. Likes Jimmy Kimmel? And and he was funny so I did love line for like ten years and then I went off to go do my morning program for about three years or so but Drew drew and I only had a couple of big blow outs. One is and you tell me. This is why terrestrial radio can kiss my ass when I was over doing over at K rock at at a certain point after nine years it had always been what they call favored nations for those of you. Who Don't know the lingo. It just means if Leo and I were going to do a show together whatever the price was Leo and I would get the same price. It doesn't work out well when guys getting ten times as much in the other guy doing the same amount of work so it was always favored nations at a certain point at the very end of our our run over there. They said to me we're going to offer you one third of what you've been making over the last nine years but we're going off for drew exactly the same. What he's paying so essentially he'll get paid three times as much as you to do a job. Were you talk? Eighty five percent of the time..

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How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

06:05 min | 1 year ago

How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast

"This actually came up after a chat chat with somebody at a networking eventual workshop last week. And this person I was chatting to was really stuck on what to name their podcast and they really found this as a hurdle with even starting a podcast. So they knew they wanted to do on. And they're quite confident with the content that they would share but are really stuck on naming it and there were few things that we chatted about which really helped her and so it made me think it was good episode today and it might help view. If you're a little stuck on how to name your podcast now. There's a few different things that you can think about when you're naming it and there's a few different ways you can name aamot firstly. You could name after your name which there are plenty of podcasts out there that do that Sorry if your personal brand is your business then perhaps you will call it the your name show so for example one of my clients is Lauren Murphy. And her brand cheese brand anticipates no brand and sorry her show is called the Lorraine Murphy show. So you'll see a lot of people actually calling the shy your name podcast or the your name Shari sorry another way to name it. Is You know something obvious about the topic. Saw If we take my podcast example mine is all about podcasting and and sorry podcasting. Tips and tricks is very obvious what it is about by the tidal. It pretty much is what it says on the CAN. So that's another way that you can do it. You can think about humane topic or your main topics and you can name it after that. Now you can also name at something quirky which. I really love some podcasts with Quirky working night But I guess one thing you just want to be mindful of here. Is that if you do use a quirky name. Make sure you use a really good tagline. So that explains that's what the podcast is about so that you can come up in searches as well so that you sort of fed through some keywords into that tagline so that you can still. Toby found so. There's three ways that you can actually go about brainstorming. The name of your podcast. I do actually get us quite often. is how to check checking. That's already gone so a couple of places that I think is a good way to check. If that podcast name is gone is firstly to go. into some of the bigger podcast cost directories like apple podcasts. spotify and even just going into Google and typing in the name of the shark that you want to use so that will bring up any search results so google will usually bring up the search results for anything in Apple PODCASTS and spotify. That's named that but it's still worth going into the directories and having a look doc. Some people take that step. Further as well and going check business name directories and see if there is actually a business name with that because quite often a a business name where we tried marked. Sorry if you check that Business Name Directory Upfront. If it's something that is likely to be cold business name and that may be worth join because you don't want to start you podcast necessarily just to find that in a few weeks after you launch that someone comes and says that you can't use that name anymore now. Here's something that you should know if you're finding that you get stuck on actually launching your podcast. Starting your podcast. Because you can't work out the PODCAST CAS nine you can actually change it down the track now. Obviously I would say it would be great if you can work out that name upfront. But but if you re brand or something like that down the track then you can change. The name of your podcasting is actually quite an easy process. Some hosting providers. Actually ask you for a slug. When you're sitting up your Shari's I for example Lipson ask you to set up a slug? which is the word so some people will use the name of this shark Dr Others will sink a little bit bigger than the name of this show because if they want to change it down the track they can't change that would slug in Libson for example. So just be mindful when you're naming the slug of your show if you have to do that in your hosting setup that if you are thinking you're not one hundred percent sure on the ninth then maybe make it something that went down the track some hoist on the other hand provide like an ID number in the Ariza's feet or as the slug ugh. And therefore you don't even worry about that changing the name of your podcast when you're hosting on a provider that doesn't use the slug in the URL. Makes it very a easy. It's just a matter of going into the heist. Changing the name in the show settings and changing your cover art. Sorry that was really what I wanted to touch on today. This person isn't that always speaking to and a couple of people that are in the conversation were quite surprised to know. It's easy to change the name down the track and that always saying don't let that be the thing that stops you from getting your message out to the world so hopefully that has helped you. If you're stuck on your podcast nine. Look I know when I I was thinking about this Shari I really sort of bandied around. Lots of different nines in a really wasn't sure what to go within so sometimes just making that decision going ahead and stopping and then if it really doesn't resonate with you down the track you feel that you've pivoted you podcast. You can change it then so I guess the key takeaways there are sit down and brainstorm. How do you want to name your show? Do you want to name it after your name. If your personal brand do you want to name it the subject that you'll be covering or do you want to name it something quirky and give it a really smart tagline to make it obvious what it's about. What do the research and see if there is already a podcast with that name? And you can check google the podcast directories as well as business name. Directories check that but know that you can change it and don't let the name be. What stops you from starting your podcast because this is one of those things where you can just push through and just stop getting your message out there

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Do this to save half of your export time in Hindenburg

1,000 Podcasters

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Do this to save half of your export time in Hindenburg

"This is a an answer to a question that came to me a day or two ago from another Hindenburg user. And I'M GONNA share with you. What was going on why I think it happens and what I do to fix this so that you can do that kind of thing as well? If you'd like to watch this kind of thing definitely recommend the video if you prefer to listen you can learn that way just find. There's really nothing that you have to actually see 'cause I can explain all of it but if you like to watch that's absolutely fine. I totally understand that. So here's the deal new Hindenburg user. Who was a an established audio editor? She he's worked with a number of other tools and he noticed when he exported his file. It took a lot longer than he expected. I think it was an hour and eighteen minutes to render the file which is pretty long time. I totally understand why why he was frustrated and why he had some questions so I totally totally get that. And I'll explain to you. Why this happens Hindenburg? Just like any other audio software can export a file. That does the mix down sends all that stuff out and it renders. unders that file which is absolutely what you'd expect but the cool thing about Hindenburg is that it can also mix that filed down to a specific loudness so if you think about a podcast. You're listening in the car. You want it to be at a certain loudness level and the Audio Engineering Society has set that target based on what they call. LUFF's I'm not going to get into technicals of that but you can automatically set your file to match a loudness target for broadcast TV broadcast radio. You can set it for podcast and you can set it for for a number of different targets and Hindenburg will automatically matt mix it down and set it to match that loudness target which means applying compression and limiting and doing all kinds of stuff behind the scenes. So that you get exactly what you want when you publish your file. Great thing but the way Hindenburg does that makes total sense. They sort of rendered file in memory. If you will and I don't know all of the technicals behind this so if I'm if I'm not technically correct on this I'm explaining how I see it happen but the reality is it's going to mix mix down. The file wants to understand what the peaks and the valleys are with. The loudness is as the file was saved. So after you've applied all the facts after you've you've done all of your mixing everything in you've done all that stuff it's GonNa mix that down and figure out what the loudness is and what it needs to do to make that file match the loudness target that you've you've told it to do. And then when when it's figured that out is going to mix down the whole file again and apply the additional effects to make it match the target loudness so in this particular case if it took an hour for that file to rent or took an hour and eighteen minutes for that file to render it's reasonable symbol to assume that roughly fifty percent of the time was spent mixing it down the first time and then fifty percent of the time spent mixing it down again to match loudness target to export it and publish it or ply three tags or convert the file all of the things that go into that taking the the raw audio making it down and converting it to an MP three or whatever final format right. You're working in. So that's what's going on is it's basically mixing the file down twice once to understand it and wants to make it match the loudness target and so for longer file that can take a while as an example right now I have opened in front of me a the the upcoming episode of my show the engaging missions show and I've done all the edits and I'm getting ready to mix it down. Here's the work around because I found a way to save at least fifty percent of the time that's involved in this. I'm going to miss this file down to a stereo file or a wave file and I'm going to tell the software not to match a loudness target when it does that so when a mix that down my guess is it's GonNa take probably about ten to fifteen minutes for this filed and makes down. I don't do that offline and we'll come back to it and then when I'm done mixing it down I'm going to bring that file back in and I'm a solo out the new tracks so that I'm only listening to that one gonNA use that to do my final expert to loudness so that's going to be the process. It's actually fairly straightforward. But here's what I'm going to do. The first thing I'm GonNa do is mixed this file down without matching loudness targets and in my case. I'm an export. I need to if you're watching on the screen. I'm going to choose where I want it to go so I'm going to drop but in a folder and the tell it to mix it down as a stereo wave an GONNA turn off my loudest matching so that there's no normalization and I'm GonNa hit save and it's going to render. That file is probably GONNA take think about ten or fifteen minutes. I'm going to pause and then we'll come back after. That's done and see what I do next all right. You're back and as you can see by the display. I did slightly miscalculate how long it would take took nineteen minutes and fifty five seconds to do the mix down to be fair. I did have some video editing going on in the background so I wasn't exactly being nice to my computer but if you think about it nearly twenty minutes for just the mix down a lot of effects applied complex stuff so I get why it took along. But if I'd done this the traditional way were mix it down and then it makes it down again. This would've taken forty minutes. Roughly Two K.. So we're nineteen minutes and and fifty five seconds right now. I'M GONNA go ahead and close his dialog box and find my way back to the beginning of the file S- actually kind of along file and and then I'm GonNa go find the file that I just created the one that I just exported and unfortunately I moved around so let me go find that again. So here's my mic down. Grab that file and just drop it into my production. Make sure that everything looks relatively good so everything looks clean. I've got a break here. That's on purpose to don't worry about that. A minute solo this track so that I only have that track and then I have a master track enabled with some effects on the master track. Go ahead and turn all those effects off. These four effects are actually really processor intensive. So that's why it takes part of why it takes so long so I've got that file I dropped it in. I sold all of it and I turned off the effects on the master. Track all of these other tracks that are enabled are going to be processed again. Because I've sold so that it's only processing this then. I'm going to go to export that file again and this time I'm going to make it an MP three file and I've got a preset for exactly how I want to go and then I just need to choose the destination if you're watching a long. I'm just dropping it into a destination so I've selected the file format that I want that I'm GonNa hit save and you'll see that this render is GonNa take significantly less time than it took me to render the original. It'll probably take about a minute or so what it's doing right now is is analyzing the file just like we talked about when the when the line gets about to the fifty percent. Mark that it's going to start writing the file and I'M GONNA go ahead hadn't positive video here and we'll come back to it all right we're back and the final mix down is done in this case it took three minutes and four seconds so all told call it twenty three minutes for the entire mix down whereas doing it the traditional way would have taken forty minutes or longer and the real power in this begins to come. I'm when you're exporting multiple files to different locations so in Hindenburg you can publish to more the same file to more than one destination. So my case I work in Lipson Jason primarily so I can publish a file Libson and I can also drop a file to Google drive or whatever backup system I have so I have another copy of that and then that can all happen automatically automatically but if I were to mix this entire twenty minute mix down and publish it to to different destinations. That would be twenty minutes for the original mix down plus twenty minutes to publish it to Lipson plus twenty minutes to publish to a backup folder. If you will sixty minutes for this file whereas is doing it this way would take twenty three to twenty five minutes still a little bit longer than it would've liked again. I was a little bit hard on my computer by editing video while I was exporting the audio but this can save significant amounts of time and it's really pretty simple just export the file to a temporary file if you will non normalized or non leveled to a location then bring that file back in Solo. So that's the only thing that you've got going on with no effects going on in a master track if you have a master astor track and then use that for your final export and publish. That will save you a good bit of time. When you're publishing files HINDENBURG? especially if you use a lot of effects or if there's there's a lot of complexity going on that's GonNa take a long time to

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"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Eleven questions that I used at my live Trivia nights this past week I also use this round at a lot of company parties. He's and family parties that I did over the weekend and during the days as well as last week. So thank you for checking it out if you love Trivia. You're in the right place. Hit subscribe I to never miss a new episode and thank you so much for all the emails you guys send me around the holidays and all the dolans emails for our GRANDPA who we lost last week. That was very kind of everybody who did that. I appreciate it also. Thanks for letting me know when I mispronounce words because I do that quite a bit and doing this show every day. There's some things I can research. There's some things I don't care too and for time's sake I don't look up how to say certain words words like cacophony. That's right there. It is I said it right. A couple episodes ago I pronounced Kaka Phony and I think subconsciously I was thinking that word was cockamamie. which is how you'd say like I think that means like like horse feathers or a bunch of crap? So when I saw that word and I was reading you some definitions of it I pronounced it Cochoni and it is cacophony. Although I will argue that I've never heard anyone say that word in real life or in TV or anywhere. So that was my introduction to but thank you Ian for sending sending me the pronunciation and also sent me some cool Trivia on mash which I will be recording very soon if you like the movie book and TV Show Mash get ready for some questions from the and probably next week. Thank you so much for leaving reviews on itunes. I sincerely appreciate those. We are up to one hundred and fifty nine which is amazing. And here's a quick one from Lindsay Brady on December third. She said Five Stars I appreciate how faithful and consistent Ryan is at hosting this podcast. I also enjoy how short and sweet the episodes are. This is the perfect daily podcast. And she titled That Fun and Quick Trivia. Thank you so much Lindsey. I appreciate it. And if you're listening and email Ryan budget gmail.com and I'll send you a bunch of cool swag from the show if I get your address. Thank you again. Lindsey guy another quick announcement we just hit half a million downloads. That's right since November. Two thousand seventeen. We've been doing this show or actually that's what my lipson stats say. That's when Libson switched over there stat system to something new so we had about forty thousand downloads on their old stat system. We've had four hundred sixty three thousand on the new stat system since November. Two thousand seventeen so basically really since November two thousand seventeen and a few months before that we have officially crossed five hundred thousand downloads. That is amazing and I never thought that that many people listen to this show as a Something to put in their ears. And I'm so glad you have decided to do that. So if you're brand new to the show thanks for being a part of it if you have been listening since the beginning in your big part of those five hundred thousand downloads. Thank you thank you thank you from. The bottom of my heart was very cool to post that screen shot of those stats on facebook and see so many likes and comments about it so thanks for the support it is awesome especially this time of year. All right we're GONNA jump into some Christmas movie trivia. We're going to do eleven questions on random Christmas movies. I'll give you a little description. You tell me what we're talking about here. We go all right here. We go guys Christmas movies Trivia Question Number One the the griswald their extended family for festivities and kidnapping question number one. The griswald host their extended family for festivities and kidnapping. What's that movie number? One number two Kevin mcallister meets Donald Trump number two. What Christmas Christmas movie could that be number? Two Kevin mcallister meets Donald Trump number. Three on your list. Seth throw in two of his best friends get together on Christmas Eve to celebrate the holidays with a bang number three Seth Rogan and two of his best friends get together on Christmas Eve to celebrate the holidays with a bang question number. Four Frank Cross is visited by a series of ghosts number. Four Frank Cross is visited by a series of ghosts number. Five kid breaks his has glasses with his newest present number five. A kid breaks his glasses with his newest present number. Six Jim and Leela are members of a performing trio. Who planned to quit and run a country hotel? What movie could that be number? Six Jim in Leila are members of a performing trio uh-huh who planned to quit and run a country hotel.

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"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Question number seven earl. A suicidal office manager. Whom phoebe tries to help number seven earl a suicidal office manager whom phoebe she tries to help question number eight friends guest stars almost done with this quiz? I hope your nail in at number number eight sandy a nanny that Ross and Rachel consider hiring for their daughter number eight sandy a nanny that Ross and Rachel consider hiring for their daughter. Friends Stars Number Nine Leonard Hayes Director of a play Joey in number nine. Who Played Leonard Hayes? A director actor of a play that Joey Stars in number nine number ten will bear former president of the. I Hate Eight Rachel Club number ten. Who played will bear former president of the? I Hate Rachel Club. And your bonus bonus question for two points when Jean Claude van Damme appears on friends as himself in what fictional monkey movie sequel. Is He starring in for two points. When John Claude van Damme shows up on friends awesome self? What is the name of the sequel? He's starring in that. Is Your Quiz for today. We'll be right back in just a second with the friends. This guest our answers. We are back with the answers to friends guest stars. I hope you had fun playing along with this quiz today. If you want more fringe trivia just search trivia area with buds friends on Google. And you'll come across a ton of episodes we've done we've done friends at least I don't know five ten times so just click away and listen on my Libson page. Someone told me recently that the I tunes APP only shows three hundred episodes at a time so the show has about six hundred and fifty episodes so that leaves another three fifty free to find on Libson or other podcasts streaming APPs. That aren't apple. That don't have a limit on. How many are I'm not sure for each APP? How it works but if if you want more friends trivia that might be something to look into or search for it on like stitcher or pod? Bean and different podcast listening APPS here the answers number one roy. The stripper at Bachelor Party was played by Danny Devito number one in episode. I had not seen until maybe a year ago. I somehow missed that one number. One Number Two Jessica Lockhart. Joey's always days of our lives. Co Star was played by Susan. Sarandon Susan Sarandon Great Actress and she's real funny on those episodes number three Jill Green. Rachel sister is reese reese witherspoon. I believe her. Other sister played by Christina applegate. Who forgets their child's name? But I believe Jill Green is reese witherspoon number four Erika the mother other of Chandler and Monica's adopted twins on affairs who is very funny on this show and is very funny in the movie. Just friends which came out a couple of years later I think it was two thousands six. Just Watch that movie with Ryan Reynolds and her and amy. I forgot her name but the blonde from that movie. Very Fun Fun movie. If you have not seen that holiday film just friends go check it out. Number five Steve Restaurant tour who get stoned before sampling. Monica's cooking was played by Jon Lovitz. Jon Lovett's number six Susie Moss a susie underpants is Julia Roberts that's episode. I forgot about. That's an early one. I think number six susie underpants number seven an early suicidal office manager whom fee tries to help is played by Seinfeld. Jason Alexander Number Eight Sandy Anani Ross and Rachel considering hiring for their daughter would be Freddie Prinz junior junior. That is a Unisex name but in this case sandy is a dude named Freddy prints junior number nine Leonard Hayes director play. Joey's in Jeff Goldblum. You could watch the world. According adding to Jeff Goldblum on Disney plus a number ten wilco bear former president of the I hate. Rachel's Club was played by. Brad Pitt. Very Fun Cameo when he was married to Jennifer Aniston Aniston but not for long and the bonus question for two points when John Claude van Damme appears on France has himself. And what fictional monkey. Movie Sequel is starring in that would be outbreak two outbreak outbreak. Two which does not exist. But maybe it should if you like monkey movies and diseases outbreak two. That is today's episode guys. Have Hope We. He had fun listening to that episode. And I hope that you tell a friend who likes friends trivia to check out the show if you WANNA do something for free to help me out around the holidays just share a link think episode with a friend say hey have you heard this guy. Have you heard of this Shell de Electric. Let's play these questions and gets more eyes and ears on the show for me. They'll be super super cool view. And you can always even itunes review and I'll send you a sticker and some other swag in the mail believe in Itunes Review. Just email me Ryan buds at gmail.com and say hey laughter after review on Monday and I will look at it and go sweet and then send me your address up with some stuff. It's time for the question of the day brought to you by Funky monkey designs of Sandy. Miss California go to them for all your needs custom apparel coasters. tablecloth covers T shirts sweatshirts all that good stuff. funky monkey designs. FM DESIGNS INC DOT COM. What is the name of the yellow piece character in a game of clue? What is the name of the yellow piece character in a game of clue? Tweet me your answers at Ryan buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible. All for that prize. Yesterday is questioned that they answer was the bottom end for the group that had who had the dogs out and Trivia team name of today is E. equals MC hammer a name name. I think I've used before but I see a lot of trivia nights so there you go. That is today's episode. Thank you for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers uh-huh.

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"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. And you'll get a double dose of buzzed brothers today because my brother Scott wrote all all the questions. You're going to answer today's episode. We have a round on Beavis and butthead. The classic show from MTV created by Mike Judge who also the creative stuff like office space idiosyncrasy and Silicon Valley. So if you like those shows if you like Beavis and butthead you're in the right place this'll be a quick one. We just have eleven. I haven't questions for you and you can play along however you see fit you can write down the answers you can check your scores. You can yell out the answers you can pause it and play along with a partner on on a road trip. which is what I hear a lot of people like to do? Somebody told me that they binged like three four hours worth of the show and another listener just wrote me and said Hey I can only hear the last three hundred episodes or so on the apple. PODCASTS APP is there any way to find the old episodes and you can always find all the episodes with no pay wall of any kind at Ed Trivia with Buds Dot Libson dot com or rather lipson dot com libson dot trivia with buds dot com. What it is? Libson DOT TRIVIA WITH BUDS DOT DOT COM. That's what it is and that is like my host. I use Libson L. I. B. S. Y. An for all my hosting and everything's on there and you can find it in the show notes to every episode but you can search any topic in the search bar on that page and there are certain other podcast listening APPs stuff stitcher and Google play. I don't know what they limit their episode episode. Total to but apple. PODCASTS does limit it to three hundred of the last episode the last three hundred episodes really so since we do the show every day. That only brings you back about a year. But the show's been around for almost three years. So you can go back a little bit further and find all kinds of cool stuff to listen to all the way from two thousand seventeen or so and again just just if you if there's something you're looking forward just you can always Google search to you. Can Google Search Trivia with buds Mardi mic fly and you find a nice back to the future episode. But if you're looking for something specific that would be the best way to do it and if you just want more episodes in general try a different podcast APP. I know that's a pain in the butt. If you always listen to everything apple but that's it's just my quick work around because they limit it to three hundred so I did want to share that Info had a real fun day yesterday. Doing a bunch of Disney steph over a Disneyland with my kids kids for our birthdays in November. We're there from nine. Am To ten thirty PM. The longest I've been at Disney in quite some time got to walk around galaxies edge which was very very cool. My quick review of galaxies edge would be that there was not a ton of stuff to do. But there's lots of stuff to look at and it looks awesome and pictures are great but but there's not a ton of like activities and things to do they're just a couple of restaurants and One ride which was fun but not one of my favorite rides at Disneyland. So that's my quick review but the the whole experience at Disneyland was fantastic. We had a great time. We did California adventure. We did Disneyland. And we used to be season park pass holders but then we're paying off all that debt so we have not gone in over a year since the kids last birthdays. So this was a fun fun time but that is why there are two episodes going up today. I missed putting it went up yesterday. Did Not prepare as advanced as I should have so. If you're looking for more trivia today get ready for an abso later on star wars movies. So if you like star Star Wars movies and you're watching them all and Disney plus this might be a fun episode for you coming up in just a few hours all right. We're going to jump into this episode on Beavis and butthead written by my my brother Scott and we'll have some fun with this one here we go right dive into Beavis and butthead Trivia. Let's see how many of these you can get it right out of eleven question number one. What to bands are on the shirts of both Beavis and butthead question number one? What bands are on their shirts on Beavis this and butthead question number one question number two this guy routinely kicks the crap out of Beavis and butthead but the boys still think he's cool what is his name number two this guy routinely kick the crap out of each and butthead but the boys still think he's cool cool? What is his name number? Two.

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"libson" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

13:53 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on New Media Show

"At Blueberry Libson Abson repurpose dot I go and then they've got a bunch of folks that are sent second-line themes geeks rising outlier ways as attack the Desi to podcast and looks like focus right and with streaming partner stream yard so yeah so this is a great event and it's great way to promote podcasting and Hashtag all day long and now get the word out. I don't know how they you know the guy switch off and on but they they go for thirty six hours they. They're about zombies when they finish well. Todd used to twenty four hour podcast. Yeah you don't do anymore. No I thought about being doing something again again but sitting in a chair for twenty four hours when you're fifty five years old is a is a recipe to be dead. Let's keep moving. Let's be frank. It's not healthy and when did those events and I was in the twenty four hours with a thirty minute break. Only only it took me three days to recover so that's true. It doesn't get easier the older you get to no so maybe we'll do something some at some point but I'm not doing twenty four hours again. Anyone wants to help me with that. Take that Omni so have the demean twenty-four podcasts dot com. That's awesome. Several variants of it is well. There's always so Stephanie says. Do you ever think there will be time in our lifetime time. Independent Pontiac says can make a living podcasts always. GonNa spend a ton of money to be disappointed. Now I lots of independent podcasters make a lot of money lot right right and that number is growing and I think it's going to grow the larger we can build the overall audience medium to so that opportunities GonNa come to more people as a medium reaches. Its full audience potential. I think but you know I I. There's there's really no shortcuts and I'm just going to be frank. You have to build a big audience. You you might be able to monetize with some and you know some content very niche but most content creators don't have that ability or you can monetize through donations or you know you look could AMC Ernie and the new no agenda show. It's completely supported as an added value you you you can cheat and they earned thousands of dollars in and contributions to the show almost every episode so you know really any have a business in near you know you're building a business and getting referrals because your podcast aspect to get actual traditional advertising to you know we've written checks as low as twelve fifteen dollars in written checks that are you you know five figures so it really runs the gamut. He just typically show sizes everything the majority of deals it does make make the numbers a little higher. Well you know it's it's basic math. Give a thousand thousand listeners per episodes who you can probably if you're not traditional at dealing make twenty to twenty five dollars before commission split and and then multiply that out but again the key is building an audience and people often say. How do I build an audience rob. It's there's no real shortcut here in my opinion I it just grind work. You had to work you. GotTa work like a dog. I mean really work work. A second job is like anything else. Todd every was starting your own company or it's. It's really the same. Thanks so you know you have to be dedicated to your goals. Set set goals and go after them the and if your goals are to make money as a podcast or you got a your stuff you gotta. Do you know not going to happen overnight. I look consensual. In the early days. I was putting forty hours a week and show was only two two and a half hours twice you know two two and a half total content but it has put forty hours in a week working every angle. I could to build audience bill audience build reputation going out of pocket spending money to go to events and that podcasting events I mean events related around my content wrote. you know that was an Oh my God rob those early years of doing CBS and walking around it was I i. I shudder to think about the work we did and the hours we didn't sleep. That's why I have no more hair. It's all gone. It's true. That's why pop work. It's you know and it was all work. It was no play yeah yeah we had you know maybe we had a few cocktails by the end of the day but then we face planted in slept for three hours and got up and did it again and then got up on Saturday morning and did this show right. You know and you know people. Will you know people used to ask me. How do you get done what you get done and I didn't sleep. I literally didn't sleep. I sacrificed everything for my show yeah L. Focus and dedication. It's no you're chasing a passion right and wrong. You had set a goal for inure. You're living the dream and did I ever ever think that we would. I would have three studios did ever think I would have my own office space dream that I did. I did dream for like over ten years absolutely what you have right now right right. I have you know I'm a very happy camper. I'm just going to tell you that straight up and bury. You know here's ASP people come in here. This is amazing. What are you going to do with it. I said it's for me and they look at me. Like what are you talking about. You know I said if I decide. I need to do some business in here. I'll do that later but this is for me. You know and people are blown away and when I say that for many years you wanted to do the same thing but in Hawaii right and there was just no way financially was ever going to happen. You know I had I had grand grand a still. I have a plan my head in a in a hotel where we could do some really cool stuff. New Media Stream live it would have been ten ten years ago. It had been explosively hit but sadly management folks can't get beyond that they just don't they can't think a big they can think big enough they into give up you know five or six or seven eight thousand square feet of space her to create something unique in a hotel facing. Waikiki beach was too big of a price real estate wise to pay to to do something like that on a gamble. you know we could have went in smaller but I thought you know go big or go home. It still could could be done someone could still do something pretty remarkable and it could be replicated across cities but people aren't willing to think big enough about this space of independent content creators taught. I'm I'm seeing and I think maybe say this every week but I I just see an explosion podcasting events. I don't know what your your schedule is looking like over the next six months but it's getting a little crazy just got another one. Another one popped up in Los Angeles as can be like three weeks weeks before the podcast movement event. Oh Yeah Okay Yeah. I got pitched that one too and I well. I have concerns about that event. I I told him my concerns right. We have concerns to it's a it's a free event and you pay SPA. He's he's got four hundred four hundred. Yes signs up our okay really and need. Give me the breakdown in new podcasters as you know that really and then there is yeah. Here's a sponsorship level and you get to speak for thirty minutes. I'm like well. That's paid play and usually pay to play events danced audiences. Don't get taught they pitched right and I don't do pay to play it talking to pitch and I don't pitch if it's paid a pitch police say is paid a pitch and then I'll consider it but if if you're putting this office to the content creators that it is a place where you're going to get educated I asked to see Speaker Speaker Agreement and I said spend over what yours your speaker agreements are so I can. I can see whether or not you're going to restrict and make sure people aren't pitching in. They're actually teaching well and what's the expectation that they're putting out. I mean right. If it's a pitch they need to set that expectation try. That's something different than a podcasting Kaas angry so you know those types of events that put it out there like their workshops or master reminds or their their trainings. They're they're explicit about what they're doing either. They're clear what they're doing. That's right but you can't blend those two things together together. No so therein lies my so I guess when you rob you and I had the same concerns so right yeah hull kinds of podcasting events and then we've got people that are now. It's just it goes on and on and on. There's some live event going on over the next Ford Asu starting sometime in October. There some live tranquil yeah so but you know it's it's exciting. It's good to see so many people excited about the medium and wanting to put events together. I think it's terrific. It's just so hard to be all of them. Because you know a horrible too yeah you know you know an and then they come in with sponsorship levels. It's just like your urine. Inaugural event event in your charging depend sponsor packages together that something like you been around for five years you know and I'm like I'm not I'm going to roll the dice. It's just like the podcast awards I've been approached to take the podcast awards to an event and I don't know if I've talked about this on a previous show or not but it's like oh it's new. I don't think you have and you know I'm the vent. Here's the thing in the podcast awards to event. I'm sorry are you going to be able to get the two hundred hundred twenty nominees to the event. You know you're going to be able to get them there because otherwise it doesn't make any sense because because we're going to run into the same problem we've had all this time like the iheart event everyone there was subsidized that went to that those awards guarantee. They were subsidized right near the budget to do that. I don't have we don't have I don't hardly have the budget favor trophies and let alone subsidize travel or two hundred twenty people. No one's GonNa come mini right a million dollar check to support that right so if they are a you got a million dollars you want to podcasts. We can talk at the same issue that the Digital Hollywood folks are GonNa have to. I just saw that they. I'm GonNa have to talk to him about it. So you get the people there is the key but you now so so we're going to continue until I get evalu- proposition that makes sense. The podcast awards will be done live right here prerecorded live by the way I'm recording the EH awards ceremony today Todd. I just saw this rudy. Giuliani is launching a podcast. Oh wow good for him. everyone's got a podcast today as they should talk yes. They should matter of fact. If you're a politician you're listening to the show we work. We got great great opportunities for politicians to do shows polticians the time to do it. Yeah that's true you know it's in I see more and more government agencies. We get a lot. We've got a lot of government contracts. I had just come in last week and it's you know so a lot of government agencies are starting podcast and I just saw an article that popped up in the looks like in the BBC talking talking about Ben Hammersley. Will he have that name name. South does he's the one that wrote the the article that that used the word podcasts for the first time in the Guardian back in. I think it was two thousand four and anyway. The the headline of this article is hell..

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Libsyn Survey Request

Astronomy Cast

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Libsyn Survey Request

"Hey everyone this is producer. Susie and while astronomy cast is on hiatus. We're still gearing up for next season and one of the things you can do that would help us tremendously is to go to our libson survey and fill it out so that advertisers that are are coming to us through lipson will know that our podcast is a wonderful one to support and the more support we have the more information we can bring you so if you would please go to h. T. t. p. colon slash slash survey dot lipson dot com slash slash astronomy cast. That's survey dot lipson dot com slash astronomy cast and fill that out for us. We would greatly appreciate it. Thank you and we'll see you in september.

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"libson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Let's say we let's say we enter into a negotiation with audible in Q two or Q three. So of audible wants to buy audible dot com, by the way, the audio book subscription service that you hear about on on many podcasts. Let's say they wanna buy two thousand podcast episode listens. At a cost of twenty five dollars. C P PM that would come out to a total cost of fifty dollars now in an ideal world, we would be able to serve those podcast ads on any episode. That gets listens. So we would be able to serve those two thousand podcast episode listens on new episodes on old episodes. We should be able to dynamically manage this inventory editing, old episodes requires splicing out the ads in the old audio file and splicing in the new adds to the file this is a time consuming process to do in an audio editing tool like audacity or garage band. Now, I believe that some podcasters have rolled their own tool for doing some dynamic adds management. I I would love to get to to hear from some of these podcasters. But for the most part if you want dynamic insertion, you are using a tool like Libson, you're using a tool like using a tool like megaphone, or if you want to manage your own dynamic insertion, you could use again garage band, which is an audio editing tool. Now for each audio file that you would want to edit you would need to do the following one. Find the start and end time stamp of.

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"libson" Discussed on Note To Future Me

Note To Future Me

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"libson" Discussed on Note To Future Me

"Just something that I've been using a while and has been just kind of appointed comfort because I'd like I said had been working on it for since we switched from blog talking, maybe twenty thirteen or something. So we started grow like a pro. It was just an easy switch. Yeah. One of the ones I I was used to working with was Lipson. That's another one that was one that we kind of went back and forth, but I relied on atoms experience. Just because I was like, hey, I've never done this myself. I've worked with putting the content out there from Libson account. But and that's why you know, having the team again, kind of have really good flow to get the content out. There was really important. So yeah, soundcloud has been awesome so far. And I think a lot of podcasters used that. As a stumbling block, which one should I go with Wednesday, which one should I hail with? Well, first of all you can switch it anything that's easy to transfer most of them make it easy to go. For example, you start on pod being and you don't like pod bay. And you'd rather good with speaker Goto blueberry, they work with its long as you're doing a bigger brand name of a hosting platform. Just do a little research, but it really comes down to the nuts and bolts for the team members. What do you like do you like the look of the inventor layer? Right. Variables there. They're all about the same price point. Yeah. Really and knowing answering all those questions ahead of time. If how many times are you going to publish per month? How big are the files, and such they'll help you make a phone call or the help bubble comes up past the question what they most of them play well together. And again, the price points are about the same when it comes down to it. If you are paying for hosting ply them, maybe I've ever especially with nice with Songklod. I mean, it's a huge company very reputable, you know, they're not their servers aren't gonna go down. You're gonna have any issues with that. And also when it comes down to it as long as it's getting it on I tunes and Google play. That's that's a huge thing too. I mean, that's where most people are listening to it. Anyway, I mean, like I said some of these other hosting services people do go there. So I'm not discounting that or anything, but the majority of listeners, obviously, come from people using iphone or their will phones right in. Br you brought up a really important point that some people can kind of use that as a stumbling block. I'll no matter what it is. You know, whether you're talking about marketing or even science, or you know. Oh, I was talking with a business owner today about a new project that they're thinking about doing and they're like, wow. This these data analytics are just awesome from this tool. I'm like, but will that help your customer? So you always got to focus on the end user, you know, the people you're trying to serve at the end of the day because you've got to have that as your priority. You can't get kind of caught up in. Hey, does this tool, you know, is this to a cooler does it have, you know, more gadgets, and that kind of thing it's like how are the rabbit? Yeah. Like what what is the best thing? That's going to be the best fit for the team. And then deliver value the user, and we talked a little bit about that. With the analytics for the podcast in itself, you can rattle off a few numbers in such with that soundcloud tells you what's going on or any platform, but there is a rabbit hole. There that you you gotta watch nine going down. Let your podcast develop exact time worry about the context for them about their numbers. The numbers will take care of themselves. In that..

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"libson" Discussed on BeyondPodcasting, BeyondPodcasting.com

BeyondPodcasting, BeyondPodcasting.com

26:33 min | 2 years ago

"libson" Discussed on BeyondPodcasting, BeyondPodcasting.com

"Hi, I'm Ellen Tepper today on beyond podcasting, we'll be discussing branded RSS in the euro of platform expulsion. Thanks. What shooting into beyond podcasting dot com way. We recognize that your online radio show is much more than just a podcast. Your show can be broadcast live, which is not a podcast. Your show can be heard on a website, which isn't a podcast either. Of course, you're online radio show can and shoot also be syndicated as a podcast by RSS where your listeners can subscribe using the standard pod catcher, or you'll shows own branded app, Android, and I o s beyond podcasting dot com. Kevin microphones interfaces, mixers, production, software recording techniques, based practices and mall. Now enjoy another episode, yon podcasting dot com. With your host, Alan Taber, you're listening to be on podcasting Mellon Tepper in the studio in Miami, Florida. And we have Chris curry of podcast engineering school from Colorado. I believe Colorado Springs is that. Correct, Kris. That's right. Colorado Springs about an hour, south Denver, right at the foot of pikes peak. Very interesting. Well, Chris has already become a regular since this is the second time that he's coming on beyond podcasting, so welcome back. Chris. Koren happy to be here. If you would understand the joke, I might say welcome back kotter. Oh, yeah, Mr. gun Mr. Qatar. Exactly. Well, today were here to talk about something different. Something that we haven't talked about before on beyond podcasting, and the name of the show is branded. S s in the area of platform expulsion and that requires lots of explanation. And Chris, of course, is the man behind podcast engineering school, and he's really, really good in audio recording and post production. But he's a podcast her and I wanted to have a friendly podcast or with me to stop me when I say things that are too complex and need some explanation. So that's why asked. This to come with us today, and I appreciate it. Chris, that you're here, I should have brought my whistle. I could blow my whistle when I wanna stop you. Yes, yes. Even though your site kick berry is not there. I might occasionally stop and say, what would bury say because of this situation or something like that. Yeah, several things in the explanation here before we get into the nitty gritty and some of the newbies in this medium might be asking at the very, very beginning, what's in our s s? So let's talk about that a little bit for a minute, and then we'll go forward from there. And I like to make some analogies as we go along. There's the official words that come behind it, which is rich site summary, although a lot of people just call it real simple syndication, and even though that's not the official name for it, I like that nickname that it has because it has to do with syndication. And if we do the analogy of a conventional AM or FM radio station, Kris, have you ever visited one in in your history? Yes. Yeah. Few times actually once when I was in cub scouts when I was real young, but but in my adult life, yeah, a few times I've been radio stations. In fact, you just brought the memory I knew had gone as a kid, but I didn't remember. And I think it probably was with cub scouts also. Yeah, that's great to know. Well, I like to make the distinction that if you're in the lobby, if you haven't come in back to the part where the offices in the studios are because there's usually a lobby and there's usually a big speaker on the wall and that speaker was just the speaker. It was connected to their board in their master control where you would hear what's being broadcast. It wasn't a radio. It was the actual signal of the radio before it went out to the transmitter. So when people come in depending on how you set up your show, of course, but at least with mine when people come in the visit directly on my website and they press play, it's like they're in the lobby of the radio station. It hasn't gone through our assess. It hasn't been syndicated and that's why I like that nickname because it includes the word syndication because of. We always want our shows to be syndicated on lots of different platforms. And of course the popular platforms include what used to be called. I tunes and now it's gradually being converted into apple podcasts and Google podcasts and tune-in Stitcher all these different platforms because we want to be heard as many places as possible. So my analogy is when you're sitting in the lobby of the radio station, it's like when you're on the website, at least the way mine is set up in it, maybe different the way each individual person sets it up because some of the people set up the website so that it's actually using a player that is connected through our assessment, depends how it set up, but at least the way mine is it's playing the MP three directly. So

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Branded RSS in the era of platform expulsion

BeyondPodcasting, BeyondPodcasting.com

26:33 min | 2 years ago

Branded RSS in the era of platform expulsion

"Hi, I'm Ellen Tepper today on beyond podcasting, we'll be discussing branded RSS in the euro of platform expulsion. Thanks. What shooting into beyond podcasting dot com way. We recognize that your online radio show is much more than just a podcast. Your show can be broadcast live, which is not a podcast. Your show can be heard on a website, which isn't a podcast either. Of course, you're online radio show can and shoot also be syndicated as a podcast by RSS where your listeners can subscribe using the standard pod catcher, or you'll shows own branded app, Android, and I o s beyond podcasting dot com. Kevin microphones interfaces, mixers, production, software recording techniques, based practices and mall. Now enjoy another episode, yon podcasting dot com. With your host, Alan Taber, you're listening to be on podcasting Mellon Tepper in the studio in Miami, Florida. And we have Chris curry of podcast engineering school from Colorado. I believe Colorado Springs is that. Correct, Kris. That's right. Colorado Springs about an hour, south Denver, right at the foot of pikes peak. Very interesting. Well, Chris has already become a regular since this is the second time that he's coming on beyond podcasting, so welcome back. Chris. Koren happy to be here. If you would understand the joke, I might say welcome back kotter. Oh, yeah, Mr. gun Mr. Qatar. Exactly. Well, today were here to talk about something different. Something that we haven't talked about before on beyond podcasting, and the name of the show is branded. S s in the area of platform expulsion and that requires lots of explanation. And Chris, of course, is the man behind podcast engineering school, and he's really, really good in audio recording and post production. But he's a podcast her and I wanted to have a friendly podcast or with me to stop me when I say things that are too complex and need some explanation. So that's why asked. This to come with us today, and I appreciate it. Chris, that you're here, I should have brought my whistle. I could blow my whistle when I wanna stop you. Yes, yes. Even though your site kick berry is not there. I might occasionally stop and say, what would bury say because of this situation or something like that. Yeah, several things in the explanation here before we get into the nitty gritty and some of the newbies in this medium might be asking at the very, very beginning, what's in our s s? So let's talk about that a little bit for a minute, and then we'll go forward from there. And I like to make some analogies as we go along. There's the official words that come behind it, which is rich site summary, although a lot of people just call it real simple syndication, and even though that's not the official name for it, I like that nickname that it has because it has to do with syndication. And if we do the analogy of a conventional AM or FM radio station, Kris, have you ever visited one in in your history? Yes. Yeah. Few times actually once when I was in cub scouts when I was real young, but but in my adult life, yeah, a few times I've been radio stations. In fact, you just brought the memory I knew had gone as a kid, but I didn't remember. And I think it probably was with cub scouts also. Yeah, that's great to know. Well, I like to make the distinction that if you're in the lobby, if you haven't come in back to the part where the offices in the studios are because there's usually a lobby and there's usually a big speaker on the wall and that speaker was just the speaker. It was connected to their board in their master control where you would hear what's being broadcast. It wasn't a radio. It was the actual signal of the radio before it went out to the transmitter. So when people come in depending on how you set up your show, of course, but at least with mine when people come in the visit directly on my website and they press play, it's like they're in the lobby of the radio station. It hasn't gone through our assess. It hasn't been syndicated and that's why I like that nickname because it includes the word syndication because of. We always want our shows to be syndicated on lots of different platforms. And of course the popular platforms include what used to be called. I tunes and now it's gradually being converted into apple podcasts and Google podcasts and tune-in Stitcher all these different platforms because we want to be heard as many places as possible. So my analogy is when you're sitting in the lobby of the radio station, it's like when you're on the website, at least the way mine is set up in it, maybe different the way each individual person sets it up because some of the people set up the website so that it's actually using a player that is connected through our assessment, depends how it set up, but at least the way mine is it's playing the MP three directly. So

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"libson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"libson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Internet and the first time your request that image perhaps it's served by the source of where that images maybe it's in a amazon s three bucket somewhere on the internet and because a user has requested it that image gets stored in a cash somewhere maybe get stored in a cd n on the edge or somewhere on claude flare if you wanna call clapper cd and get stored in cloud flare perhaps so that the next time somebody else access is it that access is faster so this is the common model of just throwing storage on an edge server as a cd and we've had cd ends for a long time optimized way libson mud the company that serves the podcasts that i have our it sir from a cd and these are often need content delivery networks because you have this content that is often net flex has tons of cd ends or has tons of as as matter note with these for sedian but they have tons of content throughout cd ends but see a cd and thinking of edge servers just for cd and purposes is somewhat limited idea and i think what we're going to get to talking about is the fact that you don't just want to put storage on edge devices you actually want to put compute logic on the edge you don't just want to be using this is a cd and why would i want to deploy logic to the edge well sometimes you want to interact with the user at a way that is not static so with just the cash all you can do is cash static assets like images in such that don't change but you know say you have websites and it's like a news site so contains mostly static content in that the the articles don't change very often but people log into your site because they have subscriptions and once you once they log in now you want to say at the top like hello x you are logged in and that that is little changed your site that now mean.

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"libson" Discussed on The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast

The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"libson" Discussed on The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast

"Blueberry lipson pod track and soon speaker but not yet have contributed data to iab and adm and they are in compliance with these agreed upon industry standard joined the case of speaker they will be soon that's one of the big reasons you hear these companies recommended by people whom know what's going on in the podcast in space we know we can trust these companies to uphold the standard and conform where necessary all in the interest of accurate measurement not impressive data i like the way todd cochran puts it he says i don't care what the number is as long as i know what the number is and so we as podcasters should be more interested in accurate audience measurement not impressive numbers but accuracy truthfulness something we can rely on and it can hurt sometimes as algorithms are tweet whereas bugs are discovered like this thing with apple podcast now claiming the feeds all whole lot more often you might have thought oh boy i've got a whole lot more subscribers look at that number jump but now you know well that's either bog or it's a feature it's something though that fee burners probably never going to your account foreign some of the other services may never account for either but it something to know that now you can look at a number you can rely on like downloads prep asserted especially from those companies that are ira be compliant blueberry libson and pod track of the top three i recommend now for podcast stats and soon speaker will be compliant too you can trust those numbers and i like the illustration that dave jackson has used recently when explaining how certain algorithm changes in such and changing based on new information that we have in the space and discovering new things that new podcast apps are doing in ways that they're downloading data differently what he pointed out the slowest bill station that he did is he stood next to another guy and he said look down at our legs and you count four legs so from that we can see that there are two people okay so our standard of measurement is how many legs are there therefore legs and therefore there are two people.

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