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By: Conn Ó Muíneacháin

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 12:01:12 +0000

so it is! thanks :)

By: Will

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 11:22:30 +0000

Conn, you'll need to edit the post.... it's edgecast not egdecast

By: arseblogger

Thu, 21 Jun 2007 16:58:21 +0000

No, the libsyn option works just as well for Mac users as PC when it comes to hosting. iTunes just converts the AAC Garageband file to MP3 or other formats depending on your preferences. Sound Studio allows you to create multiple tracks and mix them down to one MP3 file as well. You still need your own server space to upload though.

By: Conn Ó Muíneacháin

Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:24:08 +0000

Thanks for the Mac-tips, Arseblogger! :) Does the Garageband -> iTunes export include hosting as well? Is that using dot-mac?

By: arseblogger

Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:10:07 +0000

For Mac users Audacity works very well for general recording also, although investing in Sound Studio is a better option as it's a more reliable program. To put the podcast together you can use Sound Studio although Garageband is perfect and comes with most new Macs. From Garageband you can export the podcast to iTunes and convert it to MP3 or any other format. All other advice works for both formats.