Friday, March 10, 2006

Do Tell


Blogger Michael said...

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:
just 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!


6:43 AM  
Blogger Larry Hertzog said...

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:

Our 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.

10:10 AM  
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8:17 PM  
Blogger keithN said...

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8:18 PM  

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