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By: My Thought Spot»Blog Archive » Uncensored speech

Tue, 02 Jan 2007 00:27:47 +0000

[...] Last night I entered a discussion with other podcasters in which I linked to a previous post here at My Thought Spot. In that post I mention how I dislike the use of profanity in podcasts. One of the other podcasters in the discussion last night said that it would be hard to determine what is profanity across the board. What is offensive to one person may not be to another. And, though he did not say it, I think he insinuated that what is profanity in one area or country, may not be in another. [...]



By: My Thought Spot»Blog Archive » Mom, I got my camel back.

Fri, 15 Dec 2006 02:32:47 +0000

[...] My iPod (20GB hard drive based) did well in the pack. It never skipped. But, my experience today caused me to dislike music in podcasts even more. I start my run through some very busy streets with lots of bus traffic. I have to turn the volume up a bit to hear the talking. But then, when the music started it really hurt. Normally that is not a problem because I run with the iPod in hand and I can adjust the volume while fast forwarding the song. Since I am not a contortionist, I was not able to fast forward the song, nor drop the volume. I had to run with the headphones in my hand. No worries though, the music was so loud that I could easily hear when the song stopped. PODCASTERS, I HATE YOUR MUSIC!! And I especially hate it when the level of the music is so much louder than the speaking part. When I got past all the bus traffic I stopped and dropped the volume in general. [...]



By: Terry (planet3rry)

Wed, 11 Oct 2006 14:22:44 +0000

There is a feature for audio called Compression... it takes audio of different levels and "normalizes" best as it can so that the loud isn't as loud and soft isn't as soft. I know that Steve has equipment to do this, but I only have the feature in Audacity. I can't say that I would censor myself while recording. I would for creativity sake, make some verbal diarehha something a little more acceptable with sound effects. If I am caught off gaurd on something... oh, like Volunteer Landing being close and fenced off... yes, you will hear (or will be edited) some rather adult word. Now, if I am really really mad, you might here some other creative explicitive edited in real time. Such as " This... stinking [video card]... UGHHHH... Dear Lord, please curse this video card into oblivion... oh and grant me the ability to heed to the fruit of the spirit, self-control... thanks, Amen" Of course, I could just make my own dialect and noone would know what I was meaning other than me. Serbu Malnudion, my friend