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Audio/Podcast Help!

File this one under housekeeping and crowd-sourcing.

Troy DeMonbreun asks in a comment on one of my video posts:

Will there be an MP3 version available — for those that like to listen on work commutes?

Great idea and I’m totally up for it. My concern is that the audio quality is pretty poor. That and I don’t know where to host this stuff. Can anyone recommend a simple (key) audio cleaning tool? Does such a thing exist? Where is a good place to host an audio that produces an RSS feed so I can syndicate this easily?

If you wouldn’t mind, leave a comment below! Thanks very much in advance.

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4 Responses to Audio/Podcast Help!

  1. Steve Donie says:

    You might look into Amazon S3 for storage of podcast files. One thing they can automatically do is turn a file into a torrent (just change the URL) to help reduce your bandwidth costs.

    See this link for more details:
    http://noisemore.wordpress.com/2006/03/14/amazon-s3-has-bittorrent-support/

  2. alberto says:

    I would recommend audacity.

  3. Mike Moore says:

    Check out The Levelator. It does a relatively good job and is dead simple to use.

    http://www.conversationsnetwork.org/levelator/

  4. Well, I haven’t used it, but this _seems_ to be “on the money” for the hosting solution:

    http://studio.odeo.com/create/home

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