Class of 2.4

More Real-Time Audio Quality Problems? Use an Amplifier with Equalizer

Try using an Amplifier with an Equalizer (built-in one) to boost the energy of some of the audio bands. Many are like guitar amplifiers (with a MIDI input for instruments), but look for softwares that have a Microphone input, like this one:

Real-Time Audio Quality Problems? Use a Graphic Equalizer

Try using a Graphic Equalizer (a 7 or 10 band one) to boost the energy of some of the audio bands (freeware).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphic_equalizer 

Paul McLean - Introduction Audio

I hope you enjoy this.

 

My guess is that it will be different from anything submitted by anyone else. 

Parents as Partners

This is a two way recording of a Skype to Skypeout conversation conducted with a parent, Rhoda Cipparone from Niagara Falls Ontario. The SkypeOut made it difficult to keep sound levels the same. Recording the Skype call was easy using nicecast and my MacBook Pro. Moderating and good interview style is very much a work in progress.

Matt Montagne-Two Way Skype Call Recording with Doug Symington

Thanks to Doug for taking the time to do a recording with me on Sunday.  It was a fairly random, un-directed conversation and I wasn't going to use it as my project sample, but it turned out pretty nicely.  Doug has a GREAT quote at the end of the recording! 

Recording and Broadcasting with Nicecast, Skype and a Mac

Listen in to Lee Baber and Derrall's webcast audio tutorial explaining how to set- up your Mac for broadcasting and recording using Nicecast, Skype, and Sound Preferences. Both usb headsets and usb mics are addressed. 

Academy Meeting 2.4.2, January 27, 2008

We reviewed assignments from week 1 and discussed expectations for week 2.  After class, Jeff test drove his Skype Pro account and had 18 people on the conference call!

Chat log below

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