2.3

Sound Card Manager

RoMac Sound Card Management allows you set up each of your programs that use a sound with its own individual levels for a sound card, and then launch the program. When you quit the selected program, the RoMac Sound Card Management utility will return all the sound card levels back to normal. It works also for Windows Vista (freeware).

Freeware/Donation http://www.romacsoftware.com/SoundManagement.htm

Sound Card Requirements

I have summarized some resources about sound card requirements on my course notes 2.3 metalist:

http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dg9xxrf5_214gjr99k

After assessing my existing hardware and looking at some blog entries, I noticed that this issue has not

received much attention, even though the sound card is the central workhorse in webcasting.

derrallg Audio Assignment for Week #2

I think I have the correct path:

1.    Set up Nicecast so it joins the Skype feed with the usb headphone mike feed,
2.    Set up Audio hijack pro to record, installed hijack plugin so I don't have to restart Skype, and recorded call
3. Opened in Audacity (1.25 instead of 1.33 because of crashing problem), export as mp3 with bitrate set to 64.

4. Note had to re-export mp3 in audacity 1.33 in order to have the sampling rate be 44khz, 1.25 seems to export a stereo mix at 44khz and makes it 22khz or incompatible with Flash player. 

My 2.3 / 2.4 Course Notes via Meta List & Roadmap

In order to keep track of where I am in course 2.3 / 2.4, I am building a meta list & roadmap.

http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dg9xxrf5_214gjr99k

I use Google Docs to create my own intranet of things... 

 

Session 2.3 Introductions

Welcome to new interns and welcome back to returning interns.  Our session will meet for 5 Sundays at 17:00 GMT starting on October 14th.  Please tell us about yourself and why you are interested in learning how to webcast.  
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