posted by Larry Hertzog at 7:09 PM
You guys are so good!I love the format. You are obviously made for it, or it for you. I found your show in the podcast alley, browsing through the culture category trying to find my own podcast.That was last night. This morning I downloaded three of your shows and parked them on my mp3 player.I walked through downtown trying not to laugh too hard because here in Germany there are a lot of people walking through downtown areas in the morning, most of them in a very grim, stiff, accelerated fashion. Remember the coppertop bunny? Like that! Without the smile.Anyhow, I bookmarked your site and will definitely come back for more. Subscribing to your feed in itunes didn't work. It does not seem to be a regular RSS format. So I had to download the files.A technical question: How did you hook up two headsets to one recording unit. This is interesting to me because I want to do interviews on my show as well and the two-headset-job sounds like a good way to do it.That's all for today. If you want to check out my English language podcast (I have a German one too) you will find it at:http:// rgi-podshow.blogspot.comjust launched that one a couple of weeks ago.Oh, and if you'd like audio comments to put in your show, I'd be happy to record something for you. It's not the same as call-in, but it does work very well.Keep talking! You are very entertaining and I will promote your show on my podcast.Greetings from the center of Germany!Michael
Michael, thanks so much. C'mon over and we'll buy you some delicious, cheap American beer. YUM!Try adding our feed manually to iTunes. It's:http://feeds.feedburner.com/DWLLOur setup is pretty basic. We use a pair of Sennheiser headset/mic sets into a small Behringer mixer. That feeds into a Marantz 660 (I think) MP3 recorder. All I do is use a "Y" connector from the Marantz output to feed the headsets. Inelegant, but it works.Keep listening, we'll tune you in.
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