21 Burst results for "Libson"

"libson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:15 min | 3 months ago

"libson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"That. And there's joe reminding in the middle of a comedic episode that literally just feed and the simple way wasn't preachy with nothing. It wasn't about an episode about just being there was just a little moment. Been home and it changed the way that i like for a little while. It reminded me to not be the person who's always trying to solve something for my kids and great little moments like that. Where like in the first episode where six and Six and two or having their you know they're almost dying inside the marauder Situation moments and You know saying listen. You know no matter what we what we do how hard we try to be. Good just never works out. We can't ever eagles sixers line back her. It's just wonderful wonderful honest and not not about that current as long as you keep trying to be good. That's what matters really simple stuff that that really helps to. It helps your mind into that. Our lives are hectic. And i think the best tv shows the best part reminds you to be a better person and gives you little tips. But how would you like a little bit better and different things in the show. Will you know thinking from people joke unit in. Yeah yeah the fact. That doesn't hit you over the head with it so subtle like that but yet those little moments like that just really elevate the show you know as i said earlier. It was human moments. Make everybody on the show. More human and also it reminds you of your own humanity. And i think that's These days we all need to be reminded that we really do not knowing ever and it's Typically in america. Now where it's been it's been You know watching from afar. i can imagine it's been a tough time that you know the the race for the new president was not a an easy race for anybody both signed where mudslinging and both side played too. i think played to the fears And you know things like there's two types of politicians or two types of politics really the only to know quite a fear and and i think unfortunately both sides seem to be playing to fear Different tiers but both sides are playing and it just makes it a very tough times live when nobody's being hopeful when everybody's You know at least from the outside. That's certainly when it felt like like the democrats were no better than the republicans in in preaching a version of fear. Vote for me around. You know the devils gonna come to your doorstep and and the republicans are basically saying the same thing except it's different devil. That's right like man. Hard live in a society like that and have lived in those societies. You know we all have right where you go through a swing. Where where are the people leading us. People we've elected to lead as your wanna lead us. There are playing. You are worse elements not are bad. Better do need do need to be reminded. I think i think we'll be okay. We're you know. We've we've been through worse and yet the a country. And i think i think we'll be fine in the long run. You know. we've been around two hundred plus years so you know it's still the best on the planet and i've been around the world a few times and have seen the things and there's when you come home when you come here It's great and you know and you know this really north. America's i think is awesome canada's like the best neighbor we could have. I mean they really are like what the people are awesome. And you know. And i mean it's the culture is rich up there as well and even co. It has a rich culture as well and You know we shouldn't build boundaries with anybody really. We're all part of the same hemisphere. We should all get along at work together. So there's no reason why we shouldn't be listen. It's tough i in this goes back to my i. My parents came through the second world. War mike you know my dad's german and my mom's dutch and and My wife is serving. So i you know when i was getting know. Her us lobby was blowing up and Man we're fighting each other. And and so like that notion of how things can so easily iran when ethnic when ethnic tensions and scapegoats created you know are worse angels are play to not our better angels by and we all have our worse. Angels in mead's cremated just a gut reaction that that lifted politicians the a lot of things but the one thing that they literally cannot do is still the fire theft. You don't know where that leads to much of the keeney to to put back in the bottle is it ever that ever said. And that's the one part that is building building boundaries. The oxen them. You know we don't have to live in a pollyanna world where everyone thinks that. Everyone loves us and misses us. Well that i'm not one or the other but we definitely hand remember ask. There are lots and lots of snapple of of of nations. That were at one point. That went off yet because things well. We've forgotten charitable except that they weren't like that's the most important trait in my mind anyway. That a politician can have to remember that ultimately. We just wanna live our lives one. Did the school. You want to have our thanksgiving dinners. We want to have a job. What have helped. Don't want the same things we wanna politicians and that that up with y'all largely based on one of the other end Stat of our lives and let it live. I agree just let us. You know we all want you know that kind of that kind of freedom at sometimes we take for granted. That's awesome anthony. It's been such a pleasure to talk to you. I mean i i mean three is. I've always had a fondness for three. But you know watching him. Play you for years now. I think he's kind of risen. He's one of my favorites. I think you can easily say. He's a hans solo knock off but no way he's his own man he no. He has totally his own man and in on that due to the part of the writers and also you the way you play him so he's he's just a lot of fun to watch but there's some desk if he's scandal. There's a little bit of depth to the guy. So that's what i like about him. That's what i love about playing him and And it really. I'm so thankful for that opportunity. Thank the fans have Responded to that And we'll just hope yeah. Hope that That we make enough noise that is to get them to renew secret. Super line of dark matter and His there so we will join. Let's hope until godspeed as saying. Get thank you again buddy. I really appreciate it and best of luck. I'm pulling for you guys to do a lot more. Thank you very much all right. Man take all the bat due to Right you can subscribe to this podcast. You can also take the painless sci-fi talk survey at survey dot libson l. i. b. syn dot com forward slash. Sifi talk as we talked during the interview. Dark matter can be a lot of things to a lot of people pleasure. No the acting and writing are too good in my eyes for that. And there's no cheesy special effects here either maybe it's a beast series with a values. Maybe it's just a damn good shows that deserves our attention and space on her. Dvr's the future of this series is in the hands of the fans. I've seen way too many series. Go before they tell the complete story. We must save dark matter. Start that hashtag or maybe continue it. This is tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hello this is michael emerson. Along rocks. o'bannon Creator of alien nation farscape. I'm robert j sir. You go award winning author of flash.

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"libson" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"libson" Discussed on She Podcasts

"So you know anytime. Somebody's nervous in a real. i think. Okay what is our audience nervous about. Anytime i see people like excited to see each other after a long time i think about. What is our audience excited to do. After a long time. So i just try to relate it to the stuff that we're doing that people were talking to because ultimately we're not just doing an event we're also helping people start for the first time and we're also helping people network and we're also helping people believe their house for the first time which is scary and we're also you know forcing people to travel and get dressed up and wear makeup for the first time in two years and so there's a lot of different. There's a long list of stuff that people are doing on our behalf that we know they're doing so also i will be fair. I do think it's the easier target audience than lipson which is probably what you normally have top of mind because this is a very specific group with a specific age specific goal whereas like libson is like you know half of the podcasting population it's celebrities and broke people its old people and young people in authors and business people like it's hard to get something that relates to all of that but i mean the other thing about that is like is a comedy rule which is like the most basic human stuff is gonna be the funniest because it's something we can all relate to the lake. I mean i used to talk about this. When i talk about like how to do anything on social media self-deprecation making fun of yourself making mistakes. Screwing up oversleeping. That's all stuff people can relate to whether we do it or not because if we don't do it we make extra steps to make sure that we don't do it and we do do it a lot. Then yeah. we're we're all shit show together. Yeah when you do stand up comedy you really have to think about like especially me because the first time i did stand up comedy i did really well and then the next night of the same jokes bombed and that was my very first lesson in not every joke is applicable to every person so i ever since then when i whenever i write stuff i try to work really hard to make sure that most people i'm talking to can relate to it and that part's hard but tracy morgan was asked on a howard stern interview..

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"libson" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"libson" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

"I discount bear that so the most important ones are the ones you see at the top mainly how to give feedback to the show how to call the show which are always hyperlink gobble up there but also any of the webinars that we have coming up or meet ups or timely Links that we really would love for you to take part of. That's always at the top and that's the thing that i'm going to be changing but everything else. I'm keeping in praying that apple shifts. Whatever his going on in their not holding my breath. I will continue to breathe. Apple has been getting so much grief obviously from especially the podcasting people because it. There's just been so much negativity going on with the transitions. It's fourteen point five and fourteen point six and apple podcast connect and all this stuff win in the beta for fourteen point seven out. Oh okay well. We're going to talk about that yet. Okay so but given all of that stuff. I get it and people are very disappointed and all this stuff but you know they just released some really incredible stuff that was designed for people with disabilities. They released it on. I think accessibility day. Which was this month. I will this month as we're recording in may and some of the stuff that they putting out there is i mean it is. I'm going to have again lincoln. The show notes or you can go over to the feed dot libson dot com slash site to see these and click through to some of these because it is unbelievable. Work that they're putting into this into the os into the hardware in the way that that functionality is out there so yes. There's a lot of us who are very frustrated with apple because we are podcasters in that really impacts us but as a whole the company is doing an taking some really strong steps to support people the end and move things forward and i am like floored by the kind of stuff that they're putting out there so you know i i know i cut him a little bit of slack. There i do. I am frustrated. I don't know how to answer a lot of questions for podcasters. But i am pleased that now like people can use the the apple watch and be able to do stuff with it when you can't you can't see it and you just make a fist. It's unbelievable and put your do a little like you know your thumb to your index finger. And then you just press that. And does things i mean. That's amazing. look at those videos. They're super impressive. Moving onto apple again. They've expanded their affiliate program now to include podcast subscriptions which is great now. They just need to launch podcasts subscription. Which because while i was fourteen that six was supposed to bring them. I have yet to find a single show that has them enabled including the midnight miracle which was one of the apple podcast. A podcast apple highlighted in their keynote when they mentioned of the service was supposed.

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"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

"That just you know. Of course you know. People are all this new toy shiny from apple. Click boom gone to people. Flip announced. exactly what happened. Yeah they're flipping out but something even worse happens as it turns out the with this new feed and i guess what's worse. Well it's not worse for for for independence but it's it's it's not a surprise but yeah i guess purple iphone when tim cook talks if you saw his his little presentation he he keeps putting his hands in a praying position. Any little off to the side like apple we really hub and it uses it and he puts his hands together. Like he's praying all night. Very you're right is praying all right now. But here's what happened so with this new system when you opt into it your your entry in the apple index the apple database of all podcast changes and it changes in a manner that external applications podcast apps that want to You know that need to look up your show can no longer find your Your rss feed other vital information so they in fact this happened to the developer of overcast. Marco met which is probably the biggest independent app out there and he's always been connected to the he gets always information from the apple Index and this change happened. His own show doesn't even show up his own app. And so yeah it's irony. Yeah so so now. Everyone jumping over to podcast index dot. Org where we. We didn't expect it to happen this way but this is exactly what we what we thought what happened. One days. apple's going to wake up. Say fuck those guys. Turn it off and i just wanted to explain what i think happened and i think you can back this up with your extensive knowledge of silicon valley apple. They're not this is not really a customer organization Yeah they talk about their customers and our customers and our customers but if you have a problem it's go to the genius bar and that's what's going to happen with this. Podcast problem came in. I might podcast is not available. Oh make an appointment with the genius bar watch is. That's how stupid this is But those those are customers and you have to pay for this system and so apple communicates with them. And i got an email. Hey podcast we're gonna tell you about this new stuff and it's probably going on right now. They just started. Actually they So that so that. That's the apple. Customer who is not a customer of apple. Is these app developers. They don't pay apple to use their. Api it was just an accident that it was available and so within apple when these changes occurred there was no one representing app developers who were sucking off this index and so they weren't considered just got turned off overnight. It's just it's it's a complete mess and they're not gonna try and fix that so with some from the future foresight this podcast index dot. Org turns out to be a lifesaver. I mean we like big shows are just gone not available on any app anywhere but you lucked out. Women lucked out the big. You got the index there for people talk to Fall back anyone that news anyone's paying us for this i'm just saying at podcasting lucked out. That's what happened will not paying. You bet eventually you're going to monetize. Screw them just like apple ditch exit strategy since you just expose my exit strategy cutting you out of the deal. Devora horrible man. So that it's this is but this again. Will you asked about you the silicon valley methodologies and apples you know is threatened by all. These articles written botch spotify. How a lot of implant. The a lot of them native ads and my favorite one. Which i had i was going to put it posted on now. Saddam was out. Spotify is changing the landscape of podcast in things will never be the same it was on and on and on by some guy doesn't know what he's talking about i'm looking at. This is bullcrap this article but the problem in silicon valley is that they all eat from the same trough And all is a group. Think mentality down there. And there's this kind of thing catches hold. This idea that spotify is changing things. Apple would respond to it and that's what they did. They fear fear based decision. Making is is very common in silicon valley. And here's here's something that i kind of knew but really learn more about the typical podcast or who is with you. Know any number of independent hosts such as you know blueberry Libson buzz sprout. Bean pod being pod. Wien is a little different but Because new apple is now is now also host is offering hosting of your entire. Show all your files They do the you upload raw wave files and they compress it which any audio guy like. I would never do of course. They also compress in some dram but they're hosting and and in talking to almost every single hosting company there is It turns out that the what they do most is education at people have no clue what they're doing. They have teams twenty four seven. All they do is just okay. Calm down did you click this. You know unplug it stand on one foot and that because that's what that's what people need i mean they're also they're very passionate about this shit and and if it doesn't work they're very good very nervous and confused apple. Can't handle that and and by the way not like you said right at the beginning. The theme of this whole little presentation is that. They're not customer oriented. Thanks for calling apple. I could've told you all of this idiots men idiots anyway go podcasting independent. I will say this right off the bat that the idea of them hosting dumb course. You recognize this. You know what's to keep her. And i went to house hunting yesterday in the out out the woods out in the west country. He'll he'll country he'll he'll country yep And the man the first thing you notice you don't have to drive more than half an hour. Outside of austin no masks everybody's walking around. It's all groovy signs here. Handwritten sign we're a mask optional Facility man we had dinner no mass i. It was so nice to be served by someone whose face i could see. That was and you notice that you're like wow look at all these faces yes who yeah too bad. We have nothing. Like that. In any part of california that i know of although i have to say i have not visited the central valley lately. It is which would be hill country for us. It's incredible how this is so concentrated in fact Got a from remember our producers sunny who is driving doing the classic driving around the The usa like route. Sixty six kind of tricky. No one.

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"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

"That just you know. Of course you know how people are all this new toy shiny from apple. Click boom gone to people. Flip announced. exactly what happened. Yeah they're flipping out but something even worse happens as it turns out the with this new feed and i guess what's worse. Well it's not worse for for for independence but it's it's it's not a surprise but yeah i guess. Purple iphone yeah. I noticed that when when. Tim cook talks if you saw his his little presentation he he keeps putting his hands in a praying position. Any little off to the side like apple we really hub and it uses and he puts his hands together like he's praying all night. Very you're right is praying all right now. But here's what happened so with this new system when you opt into it your your entry in the apple index the apple database of all podcast changes and it changes in a manner that external applications podcast apps that want to You know that need to look up. Your show can no longer find your Your rss feed and other vital information so they in fact this happened to the developer of overcast. Marco are met which is probably the biggest independent app out there and he's always been connected to the he gets always information from the apple Index and this change happened. His own show doesn't even show up his own app. And so yeah it's irony. Yeah so so now. Everyone jumping over to podcast index dot. Org where we. We didn't expect it to happen this way but this is exactly what we what we thought what happened. One days. apple's going to wake up. Say fuck those guys. Turn it off and i just wanted to explain what i think happened and i think you can back this up with your extensive knowledge of silicon valley apple. They're not this is not really a customer organization Yeah they talk about their customers and our customers and our customers but if you have a problem it's go to the genius bar and that's what's going to happen with this. Podcast problem came in. I might podcast is not available. Oh make an appointment with the genius bar watch is. That's how stupid this is But those those are customers and you have to pay for this system and so apple communicates with them. And i got an email. Hey podcast we're gonna tell you about this new stuff and it's probably going on right now. They just started. Actually they So that so that. That's the apple. Customer who is not a customer of apple. Is these app developers. They don't pay apple to use their. Api it was just an accident that it was available and so within apple when these changes occurred there was no one representing app developers who were sucking off this index and so they weren't considered just got turned off overnight. It's just it's it's a complete mess and they're not gonna try and fix that so with some from the future foresight this podcast index dot. Org turns out to be a lifesaver. I mean we like big shows are just gone not available on any app anywhere but you lucked out. Women lucked out the big. You got the index there for people talk to can fall back that news anyone's paying us for this. I'm just saying at podcasting lucked out. That's what happened will not paying. You bet eventually you're going to monetize. Screw them just like apple dish exit strategy since you just expose my exit strategy cutting you out of the deal. Devora horrible man. So that it's this is but this again. Will you asked about you the silicon valley methodologies and apples you know is threatened by all. These articles written botch spotify. How a lot of implant. The a lot of them native ads and my favorite one. Which i had i was going to put it posted on now. Saddam was out. Spotify is changing the landscape of podcast in things will never be the same it was on and on and on by some guy doesn't know what he's talking about i'm looking at. This is bullcrap. This article but problem in silicon valley is that they all eat from the same trough And all is a group. Think mentality down there. And there's this kind of thing catches hold. This idea that spotify is changing things. Apple would respond to it and that's what they did. They fear fear based decision. Making is is very common in silicon valley. And here's here's something that i kind of knew but really learn more about the typical podcast or who is with you. Know any number of independent hosts such as you know blueberry Libson buzz sprout. Bean pod. being no pod. Wien is a little different but Because new apple is now is now also host is offering hosting of your entire. Show all your files They do the you upload raw wave files and they compress it which any audio guy like. I would never do of course. They also compress in some dram but they're hosting and and in talking to almost every single hosting company there is It turns out that the what they do most is education at people have no clue what they're doing. They have teams twenty four seven. All they do is just okay. Calm down did you click this. You know unplug it stand on one foot and that because that's what that's what people need i mean they're also they're very passionate about this shit and if it doesn't work they're very good very nervous and confused apple. Can't handle that and and by the way not like you said right at the beginning. The theme of this whole little presentation is that. They're not customer oriented. Yeah thanks for calling apple. I could've told you all of this idiots men idiots anyway todd casting independent i will say this right off the bat that the idea of them hosting dumb course. You recognize this. You know what's to keep her. And i went to house hunting yesterday. In the out. Out the woods the westcountry. He'll he'll country hill country yep And the man the first thing you notice you don't have to drive more than half an hour outside of austin no masks everybody's walking around. It's all groovy signs here. handwritten sign. We're a mask optional. facility man. We had dinner no mass. It was so nice to be served by someone whose face i could see. That was and you notice that you're like wow look at all these faces yes who yeah too bad. We have nothing. Like that. In any part of california that i know of although i have to say i have not visited the central valley lately. It is which would be hill country for us. It's incredible how this is so concentrated in fact Got a from remember our producers sunny who is driving doing the classic driving around the The usa like route sixty. Six kind of trippy. No one.

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"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

"That just you know. Of course you know. People are all this new toy shiny from apple. Click boom gone to people. Flip announced. exactly what happened. Yeah they're flipping out but something even worse happens as it turns out the with this new feed and i guess what's worse. Well it's not worse for for for independence but it's it's it's not a surprise but yeah i guess. Purple iphone yeah. I noticed that when when. Tim cook talks if you saw his his little presentation he he keeps putting his hands in a praying position. Any little off to the side like apple we really hub and it uses and he puts his hands together like he's praying all very. You're right is praying all right now. But here's what happened so with this new system when you opt into it your your entry in the apple index the apple database of all podcast changes and it changes in a manner that external applications podcast apps that want to You know that need to look up. Your show can no longer find your Your rss feed and other vital information so they in fact this happened to the developer of overcast. Marco met which is probably the biggest independent app out there and he's always been connected to the he gets always information from the apple Index and this change happened. His own show doesn't even show up his own app. And so yeah it's irony. Yeah so so now. Everyone jumping over to podcast index dot. Org where we. We didn't expect it to happen this way but this is exactly what we what we thought what happened. One days. apple's going to wake up. Say fuck those guys. Turn it off and i just wanted to explain what i think happened and i think you can back this up with your extensive knowledge of silicon valley apple. They're not this is not really a customer organization Yeah they talk about their customers and our customers and our customers but if you have a problem it's go to the genius bar and that's what's going to happen with this. Podcast problem came in. I might podcast is not available. Oh make an appointment with the genius bar watch is. That's how stupid this is But those those are customers and you have to pay for this system and so apple communicates with them. And i got an email. Hey podcast we're gonna tell you about this new stuff and it's probably going on right now. They just started. Actually they So that so that. That's the apple. Customer who is not a customer of apple is these developers. they don't pay apple to use their. Api it was just an accident that it was available and so within apple when these changes occurred there was no one representing app developers who were sucking off this index and so they weren't considered just got turned off overnight. It's just it's it's a complete mess and they're not gonna try and fix that so with some from the future foresight this podcast index dot. Org turns out to be a lifesaver. I mean we like big shows are just gone not available on any app anywhere but you lucked out. Women lucked out the big. You got the index there for people. Talk can fall back that news anyone's paying us for this. I'm just saying at podcasting lucked out. That's what happened will not paying. You bet eventually you're going to monetize. Screw them just like apple dish exit strategy since you just expose my exit strategy cutting you out of the deal. Devora horrible man. So that it's this is but this again. Will you asked about you the silicon valley methodologies and apples you know is threatened by all. These articles written botch spotify. How a lot of implant. The a lot of them native ads and my favorite one. Which i had i was going to put it posted on now. Saddam was spotted vice. Changing the landscape of podcast in things will never be the same it was on and on and on by some guy doesn't know what he's talking about i'm looking at. This is bullcrap this article but the problem in silicon valley is that they all eat from the same trough and all is a group. Think mentality down there. And there's this kind of thing catches hold. this idea. that spotify is changing things. Apple would respond to it and that's what they did. They fear fear based decision. Making is is very common in silicon valley. And here's here's something that i kind of knew but really learn more about the typical podcast or who is with you. Know any number of independent hosts such as you know blueberry Libson buzz sprout. Bean pod. being pod is a little different but Because new apple is now is now also host is offering hosting of your entire. Show all your files. they do the you upload raw wave files and they compress it which any audio guy like i would never do of course. They also compress in some dram but they're hosting and and in talking to almost every single hosting company there is It turns out that the what they do most is education at people have no clue what they're doing. They have teams twenty four seven. All they do is just okay. Calm down did you click this. You know unplug it stand on one foot and that because that's what that's what people need i mean they're also they're very passionate about this shit and if it doesn't work they're very good very nervous and confused apple. Can't handle that and and by the way not like you said right at the beginning. The theme of this whole little presentation is that. They're not customer oriented. Yeah thanks for calling apple. I could've told you all of this idiots men idiots anyway go podcasting independent. I will say this right off the bat that the idea of them hosting dumb course. You recognize this. You know what's to keep her. And i went to house hunting yesterday in the out out the woods out in the west country he'll country he'll he'll country yep And the man the first thing you notice you don't have to drive more than half an hour outside of austin no masks everybody's walking around. It's all groovy signs here. handwritten sign. We're a mask. Optional facility. We had dinner no mass i. It was so nice to be served by someone whose face i could see. That was and you notice that you're like wow look at all these faces yes who yeah too bad. We have nothing. Like that. In any part of california that i know of although i have to say i have not visited the central valley lately. It is which would be hill country for us. It's incredible how this is so concentrated in fact Got a from remember our producers sunny who is driving doing the classic driving around the The usa like route. Sixty six kind of tricky. No one.

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"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

"That just you know. Of course you know. People are all this new toy shiny from apple. Click boom gone to people flip announced. Actually what happened. Yeah they're flipping out but something even worse happens as it turns out the with this new feed and i guess what's worse. Well it's not worse for for for independence but it's it's it's not a surprise but yeah i guess. Purple iphone yeah. I noticed that when when. Tim cook talks if you saw his his little presentation he he keeps putting his hands in a praying position. Any little off to the side like apple we really hub and it uses it and he puts his hands together. Like he's praying all night. Very you're right is praying all right now. But here's what happened so with this new system when you opt into it your your entry in the apple index the apple database of all podcast changes and it changes in a manner that external applications podcast apps that want to You know that need to look up your show can no longer find your Your rss feed other vital information so they in fact this happened to the developer of overcast. Marco met which is probably the biggest independent app out there and he's always been connected to the he gets always his information from the apple Index and this change happened. His own show doesn't even show up his own app. And so yeah it's irony. Yeah so so now. Everyone jumping over to podcast index dot. Org where we. We didn't expect it to happen this way but this is exactly what we what we thought what happened. One days. apple's going to wake up. Say fuck those guys. Turn it off and i just wanted to explain what i think happened and i think you can back this up with your extensive knowledge of silicon valley apple. They're not this is not really a customer organization Yeah they talk about their customers and our customers and our customers but if you have a problem it's go to the genius bar and that's what's going to happen with this. Podcast problem came in. I might podcast is not available. Oh make an appointment with the genius bar watch is. That's how stupid this is But those those are customers and you have to pay for this system and so apple communicates with them. And i got an email. Hey podcast we're gonna tell you about this new stuff and it's probably going on right now. They just started. Actually they So that so that. That's the apple. Customer who is not a customer of apple. Is these app developers. They don't pay apple to use their. Api was just an accident that it was available and so within apple when these changes occurred there was no one representing app developers who were sucking off this index and so they weren't considered just got turned off overnight. It's just it's it's a complete mess and they're not gonna try and fix that so with some from the future foresight this podcast index dot. Org turns out to be a lifesaver. I mean we like big shows are just gone not available on any app anywhere but you lucked out. Women lucked out big. You got the index there for people. Talk can fall back anyone that news anyone's paying us for this. I'm just saying at podcasting lucked out. That's what happened will not paying. You bet eventually you're going to monetize. Screw them just like apple ditch exit strategy since you just expose my exit strategy. I'm cutting you out of the deal. Devora horrible man. So that it's this but this again. Will you asked about you the silicon valley methodologies and apples you know is threatened by all. These articles written botch spotify. How a lot of implant. The a lot of them native ads and my favorite one. Which i had i was going to put it posted on now. Saddam was out. Spotify is changing the landscape of podcast in things will never be the same it was on and on and on by some guy doesn't know what he's talking about i'm looking at. This is bullcrap this article but the problem in silicon valley is that they all eat from the same trough And all is a group. Think mentality down there. And there's this kind of thing catches hold. This idea that spotify is changing things. Apple would respond to it and that's what they did. They fear fear based decision. Making is is very common in silicon valley. And here's here's something that i kind of knew but really learn more about the typical podcast or who is with you. Know any number of independent hosts such as you know blueberry Libson buzz sprout. Bean pod. Being no pod is a little different but Because new apple is now is now also host is offering hosting of your entire show. All your files They do the you upload raw wave files and they compress it which any audio guy like. I would never do of course. They also compress in some dram but they're hosting and and in talking to almost every single hosting company there is It turns out that the what they do most is education at people have no clue what they're doing. They have teams twenty four seven. All they do is just okay. Calm down did you click this. You know unplug it stand on one foot and that because that's what that's what people need i mean they're also they're very passionate about this shit and if it doesn't work they're very good very nervous and confused apple. Can't handle that and and by the way not like you said right at the beginning. The theme of this whole little presentation is that. They're not customer oriented. Thanks for calling apple. I could've told you all of this idiots men idiots anyway go podcasting independent. I will say this right off the bat that the idea of them hosting dumb of course you recognize this. You know what's to keep her. And i went to house hunting yesterday in the out out the woods out in the west country he'll country he'll he'll country yep And the man the first thing you notice you don't have to drive more than half an hour outside of austin no masks everybody's walking around. It's all groovy signs here. handwritten sign. We're a mask optional. Facility man we had dinner no mass. It was so nice to be served by someone whose face i could see. That was and you notice that you're like wow look at all these faces yes who yeah too bad. We have nothing. Like that. In any part of california that i know of although i have to say i have not visited the central valley lately. It is which would be hill country for us. It's incredible how this is so concentrated in fact Got a from remember our producers sunny who is driving doing the classic driving around the The usa like route sixty. Six kind of trippy. No one.

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"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"libson" Discussed on No Agenda

"That just you know. Of course you know. People are all this new toy shiny from apple. Click boom gone to people. Flip announced. exactly what happened. Yeah they're flipping out but something even worse happens as it turns out the with this new feed and i guess what's worse. Well it's not worse for for for independence but it's it's it's not a surprise but yeah i guess. Purple iphone yeah. I noticed that when when. Tim cook talks if you saw his his little presentation he he keeps putting his hands in a praying position. Any little off to the side like apple we really hub and it uses and he puts his hands together like he's praying all night. Very you're right is praying all right now. But here's what happened so with this new system when you opt into it your your entry in the apple index the apple database of all podcast changes and it changes in a manner that external applications podcast apps that want to You know that need to look up. Your show can no longer find your Your rss feed and other vital information so they in fact this happened to the developer of overcast. Marco met which is probably the biggest independent app out there and he's always been connected to the he gets always information from the apple Index and this change happened. His own show doesn't even show up his own app. And so yeah it's irony. Yeah so so now. Everyone jumping over to podcast index dot. Org where we. We didn't expect it to happen this way but this is exactly what we what we thought what happened. One days. apple's going to wake up. Say fuck those guys. Turn it off and i just wanted to explain what i think happened and i think you can back this up with your extensive knowledge of silicon valley apple. They're not this is not really a customer organization Yeah they talk about their customers and our customers and our customers but if you have a problem it's go to the genius bar and that's what's going to happen with this. Podcast problem came in. I might podcast is not available. Oh make an appointment with the genius bar watch is. That's how stupid this is But those those are customers and you have to pay for this system and so apple communicates with them. And i got an email. Hey podcast her. We're gonna tell you about this new stuff and it's probably going on right now. They just started. Actually they So that so that. That's the apple. Customer who is not a customer of apple. Is these letters. They don't pay apple to use their. Api it was just an accident that it was available and so within apple when these changes occurred there was no one representing app developers who were sucking off this index and so they weren't considered just got turned off overnight. It's just it's it's a complete mess and they're not gonna try and fix that so with some from the future foresight this podcast index dot. Org turns out to be a lifesaver. I mean we like big shows are just gone not available on any app anywhere but you lucked out. Women lucked out the big. You got the index there for people. Talk can fall back that news anyone's paying us for this. I'm just saying at podcasting lucked out. That's what happened will not paying. You bet eventually you're going to monetize. Screw them just like apple dish exit strategy since you just expose my exit strategy cutting you out of the deal. Devora horrible man. So that it's this is but this again. Will you asked about you the silicon valley methodologies and apples you know is threatened by all. These articles written botch spotify. How a lot of implant. The a lot of them native ads and my favorite one. Which i had i was going to put it posted on now. Saddam was spotted vice. Changing the landscape of podcast in things will never be the same was on and on and on by. Some guy doesn't know what he's talking about. I'm looking at. This is bullcrap. This article but problem in silicon valley is that they all eat from the same trough and all is a group. Think mentality down there. And there's this kind of thing catches hold this idea. That spotify is changing things. Apple would respond to it and that's what they did. They fear fear based decision. Making is is very common in silicon valley. And here's here's something that. I kind of but really learn more about the typical podcast or who is with you. Know any number of independent hosts such as you know blueberry Libson buzz sprout. Bean pod. being pod. Wien is a little different but Because new apple is now is now also host is offering hosting of your entire. Show all your files They do the you upload raw wave files and they compress it which any audio guy like. I would never do of course. They also compress in some dram but they're hosting and and in talking to almost every single hosting company there is It turns out that the what they do most is education at people have no clue what they're doing. They have teams twenty four seven. All they do is just okay. Calm down did you click this. You know unplug it stand on one foot and that because that's what that's what people need i mean they're also they're very passionate about this shit and if it doesn't work they're very good very nervous and confused apple. Can't handle that and and by the way not like you said right at the beginning. The theme of this whole little presentation is that. They're not customer oriented. Thanks for calling apple. I could've told you all of this idiots men idiots anyway todd casting independent i will say this right off the bat that the idea of them hosting dumb course. You recognize this. You know what's to keep her. And i went to house hunting yesterday in the out out the woods out in the west country. He'll he'll country he'll be he'll country yep And the man the first thing you notice you don't have to drive more than half an hour outside of austin no masks everybody's walking around. It's all groovy signs here. handwritten sign. We're a mask optional. facility man. We had dinner no mass i. It was so nice to be served by someone whose face i could see. That was and you notice that you're like wow look at all these faces yes who yeah too bad. We have nothing. Like that. In any part of california that i know of although i have to say i have not visited the central valley lately. It is which would be hill country for us. It's incredible how this is so concentrated in fact Got a from remember our producers sunny who is driving doing the classic driving around the The usa like route. Sixty six kind of tricky. No one.

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"libson" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"libson" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"Welcome to podcast help-desk episode number one. Is it one fifty eight. And today i want to go back to the real basics about how podcasting works. I know a lot of you've heard a lot of this. But i just find it That a lot of new podcasters if you're one of them that's great. The new podcasters really don't understand the mechanical behind it. And i'm not talking about recording in editing and marketing and all that stuff is simply the nuts and bolts under the hood how the actual technology of distributing podcast works. Yes talking about rss. But i'm not going to get geeky about that part of it. It's just the the whole mechanics so let's go back to the basics. Podcasting blogging with audio to create a podcast post to create a blog. Post no matter where you're publishing the basics is you are making a post so if you're at anchor or you're at libson or you're at pod bean or you're at sprout or blueberry not using power press or using power press. You're making a blog post and then that blog post goes into an rss feed which happens with blogs as well. You know back in the day. That's how blogs were done. You know they weren't you know not. Everybody distributed them that way. And the same thing with podcasting. Is i write. A blog said mike dell dot com or podcast helpdesk dot com or podcast insider dot com. You know any of those places that i do. Podcast from those are also blogs so if we write a written post podcast insider. We rent a lotta written posts. That are not podcasts. And in theory you could subscribe to an rss feed of the blog posts. Which would include the podcasts. But we also have a rss feed from there that Just includes the podcast episode post. That's what power press does but this isn't about power press s- about blogging and podcasting so blogging podcasting. Exactly the same technology. The only difference. Is you attach an audio or you can do a video or you can do believe it. Or not a pdf or an e book podcasting. You know the fire as the rss enclosure and how it's distributed now the end points are different but how they're distributed is exactly the same weather it's audio video or tax. You know some sort form a text file or whatever but you know the sake of discussion. We're talking mostly about audio podcasts. But basically again it's just blogging with audio. You create a blog post with a title and some show notes or you know whatever textual information that goes along with the blog post edem and that's episode is is an item in an rss feed and simply rss feed is just a fancy tech stocks document. You know it's formatted a certain way it has you know tags and you know looks kind of light code and it is code. I guess its markup language similar to html which is what powers the internet or the web web pages are htm our some form of that and Podcast feeds are just a fancy text file. it's an xm l. format instead of html but it's also a markup language and then you know when it gets to the end points the syndication points the apps in the pod catchers that kind of thing it gets formatted you know however they see fit but basically it's just a fancy techs post you know and then attached to it is a media file which like i said..

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

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Between the Slides

Between the Slides

07:37 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 2 years 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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How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

06:05 min | 2 years 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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"libson" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"libson" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"And I was publishing maybe two episodes so a week and they were you know thirty to forty five minutes a piece and at this point they're still weren't a lot of robust podcast publishing tools libson existed. But I wasn't I don't know if I knew about it and if I did did I wasn't GonNa pay them another fee on top of my web hosting fee so you know like you might do in two thousand five. I was self hosting the media files and fortunately for worse I never ever. I never pulled enough resources on the server that they shut me down or sent me a big bill which That happened to a lot of podcasters early. On you know you hear people from back then kind of talked about the dispute and Chewing Gum methodologies that they use to keep their podcasts online but I never had that problem as pretty much a condition that state the state through most of my podcast endeavors a couple of weeks later and I kinda think coincidentally coincidentally perhaps that it was on Valentine's Day was close to it. It was the fourteenth or fifteenth February. I talked Jen Chan into doing a podcast with me and She was reluctant. And you know we shared a microphone. You know we did the show pretty much the way I normally would and you know l.. We I don't even remember what we talked about but I I had been asking for For feedback just somebody send an email. Because I could Kinda tell based on what very minimal stats. I had that some people had downloaded the episodes I published so I knew somebody was out there and finally after You know weeks of Solo podcasting do the one show with Jen and we finally get an email from someone that said something along the lines of And it was more or less addressed to me and it said Yeah. You're fine but she's really good. Great makes me feel wonderful so pretty much from that point point on You know it stayed the two of us Casually I was still do a solo show eventually the potter Adam. Curry's I potter. Directory went online and the ipod directory. It was interesting because it wasn't really broken out just by say genre of show and one one of the things you could do. Was You could submit a show too I potter under a geographic Area so you know I picked Illinois Chicago and submitted my show and you know a little while later it got added. The most notable thing really happened during that period was daily Herald newspaper which which was a Suburban Chicago area paper did an article about You know locals take-up podcasting and they talked to hosts of. I don't know maybe four or five different Chicago area shows including me Jen. I was at work when they called me. talked to me and they talked to There was another show that I really liked. That's long long long on called the unemployment employment line and That was done by three. Three guys who you know were unemployed at the time so that was cool all to just kind of hey get a little bit of coverage in the media we kept producing episodes on a fairly regular basis assists and then in April we decided to move to California and pretty much ended. Did the phantom feed for all it was worth we really had to switch gears into. Just you know. Getting things is packed and figuring out. Okay what are we going to keep. What are we going to get rid of and I actually sold that? Gee I book you know that. At whole period of time which was from April of two thousand five until chill like February or March of two thousand six really turned out to be kind of podcast asking first milestone in the sense that that was when apple launched the podcasts Directory in the I tuned store which was really like the first kind of big mind-blowing moment and I followed along as best as I could. I I didn't. I didn't have any way really to listen to podcasts. But I would try to Follow all the forums and any source. That was a decent source for news. I would go and look it up now. See what was going on. We didn't get settled into the place. We're in now until February oh six. And that's when I started Recording my first audio blog and that was really an experiment to just try to have an understanding of kind of all all the new stuff in podcasting. As far as you know well. How do you make an itunes feed and all that kind of stuff I think by then can feed burner had actually added the I tunes tags in to its smart cast feature so I just used feed burner again? It was funny In the coming months Gen would constantly ask me like. When are we going to podcast again? So her going from the reluctant co hosts to the one and who was You know really anxious to get going again was amusing and she bothered me enough about it and I don't know I it was. It was a weird time for me and I was kind of freaking out about money and I knew that you know 'cause I sold I sold the US one twenty two. I knew I was going to have to get a new interface so I I finally just bought a new Lisa multi mix the fire. Wire eight fire wire mixer on credit because it was the only way I was ever going to be able to afford it. You know not long after that we started doing hyper nonsense sense the first version. We kind of decided that you know. The Phantom feed was fine but it didn't really need you know it's just kind of felt like it was. It wasn't a brand that had you know really caught fire and really that's kind of how podcasting was back. You was no. I don't know there wasn't any plants. Nobody even knew if this was even last as anything noteworthy recognizable beyond a year or two or if it will just kind of fade into the background. Kinda like blogging. Did Jen got the idea. For the name hyper nonsense. Because she had seen some piece of art on Live Journal and I don't know if it was some poorly translated Piece of Manga. Or if it was someone's ironic attempt making a poorly translated but it's it's an image of a very you know Manga looking girl in it said hyper nonsense Tabasco shower on it and it was like well. What the hell does that? mean in hyper nonsense was kind of a cool name for show. So in June of two thousand six we published the first episode of that and Again I started with movable type and feed burner and now I had the The multi mix you know. The realistic mixer went back in the back in the drawer. There was a different experience. You know we had to start our our. Our place was just not really set up yet because we just we had to kind of move in a hurry and You know it Kinda sucked. Because I had the multi mix on the end of my desk. The microphones were on Floor stands in the corner so every time we wanted to record we had to set him up a drag but we still did it and it. It was fun I figured out how to trigger music beds and audio clips from my new at that time Mac mini any. I basically created an audio loop where I could take the The analog output of the mini into a channel on the multi mix. And then just record everything back into the many via fire wire and that's one of those just things that you feel like shouldn't work so Kudos to The Apple Audio.

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Do this to save half of your export time in Hindenburg

1,000 Podcasters

08:50 min | 2 years 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. 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Libsyn Survey Request

Astronomy Cast

00:53 sec | 2 years 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 Note To Future Me

Note To Future Me

03:12 min | 3 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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Branded RSS in the era of platform expulsion

BeyondPodcasting, BeyondPodcasting.com

26:33 min | 3 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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