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In Part 07, lostnbronx talks about his Tascam DR-40 solid state recording device, covers an OTR show of particular note, along with a new show that's also extremely cool, and then makes a plea for you to support your favorite artists.
MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE
- myfreemickey_-_The_Game_Has_Changed.mp3 http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/myfreemickey/40672
- My Free Mickey (featuring Kamihamiha) http://dig.ccmixter.org/people/myfreemickey
- Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
The Tascam DR-40
The Zoom H4n
The Lives of Harry Lime
The Wireless Theater Company
In this installment, lostnbronx interviews Julie Hoverson, a modern audio drama enthusiast of great experience and insight.
Check out Julie's wonderful audio content at:
Here are some links to the software discussed in this episode
- The M-Audio Fast Track USB: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/FastTrackUSB/
- The Bickersons article on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bickersons
- Here are a bunch of episodes of this hilarious show on the Internet Archive: http://archive.org/details/TheBickersons54Episodes
- Audio Epics: http://www.audioepics.com/
- The Witch Hunter Chronicles: http://whchronicles.wordpress.com/about/
- VJ_Memes_-_circus_man.mp3: http://ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/37243
lostnbronx sends in a show which brings us down to earth when we talk about poor reception and slow Internet speeds.
Sorry for the sound quality. I recorded this in the car, Dave Yates style, with my Sanza Fuze v2, running Rockbox -- but my car is loud, and I had the Fuze hanging precariously from my jacket, where it was covered over half the time.
The summer shorts are intended to be shortform twitter like audio updates. In this summer short we are introduced to George Washington Carver, a personal hero of lostnbronx http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_Carver
(This is not where I bought mine, but the price seems pretty good -- better than I paid, anyway)
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar (At the Internet Archive)
Napalm Lounge (ZIP file, OGG format)
MY OWN SITE
A convenient link to Part 1
Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)
Hyper-Scheduling For Maximum Effect
follow the progress of this likely-ineffective experiment
Podcasting, Podfading, and Ordinary Voices Saying Extraordinary Things
Script for this episode available on my gopherspace:
lostnbronx talks about the contents of his pockets, in this latest edition of the "What's In Your Toolkit" series.
Join us as SigFLUP, Deepgeek, lostnbronx, and Klaatu discuss the sci fi movie THX 1138
LUGGING IT HOME
Getting By Without A Local Linux Users Group
Music in this episode:
My Wife And Her New Machine
Music in this episode:
His very brief listing at the Podsafe Music Network can be found here, but it doesn't do this great man justice.
By all means, check out his Wikipedia page for a nice overview. His career was shorter than it should have been, but he had no equal.
May he rest in peace.
FOSS and the Barrier To Acceptance
music in this episode:
found at The Podsafe Music Network
the Simple Audio Player
The Sap Homepage:
SAP's Launchpad Page:
Music In This Episode:
Pineapple Rag by the one and only Scott Joplin; a recording of the piano roll (the original electronica -- or would that be mechanica?), available in ogg vorbis, among other formats, at the Internet Archive.
THE JERKS AMONG US
Music in this episode
"Give Me Your Hand" and "Voicedance" sung by
Danny Fong, et al,
Danny's page on the Podsafe Network
Ray (the man's a genius)
Found all over the Internet, but here's a link to it over on Zefrank's site, along with a page of funny remixes.
THEATER OF THE IMAGINATION
Dramatic Audio Media, And Its Context
Shownotes -- In No Particular Order (Yay!)
First off, there's the Wikipedia page for audiobooks (strangely, they don't seem to have one specifically for podiobooks -- at least, when I looked. Someone should fix that. But not me. I'm too busy. Or something.)
The Internet Archive's Old Time Radio "Gunsmoke" collection
Darker Projects (lots of fun going on here)
Decoder Ring Theatre (The Red Panda is da man -- and his female sidekick is too...rowaar!)
BrokenSea Audio Productions (lookin' good)
For live stage productions, check this guy out -- I haven't seen him, myself, but he's got right idea!
Again, not anyone I've seen, but they sure have the fire!
Original street sound f/x
By gezortenplotz (http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=11536) NYC_street leve02l.wav (http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=44796)
remixed by yours truly
Intro and Outro music by the Benny Goodman Orchestra, "Sing, Sing, Sing", performed on the "Camel Caravan", on November 4th, 1939 (public domain, and available at the Internet Archive here)
The Gray-Hoverman Antenna (a GPL 3.0 version)
The Digital Home forum
The Linux Outlaws Antenna thread
A few do-it-yourself antenna designs on Instructables
MYTHTV AND THE LIKE
Info about MythTV is not at all hard to come by these days, but here's a few places to start off with, just in case it is new to you.
This is an app that some people bill as an alternative to Mythbox
Drawn By Pain
Star Trek: Phase II
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men
Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog
(I figure there might be a few people on Earth who haven't yet seen Dr. Horrible. A really wonderful production, and a nice example of the wide breadth that Web content can take.)
"I Gotta Be Outa My Friggin' Mind"
NaNoWriMo.org (National Novel Writing Month) is an organization that sponsors an event each November wherein participants set out to write a novel in thirty days. The challenges and obsticles are many, not the least of which are the writers themselves.
Also of interest to writers:
Critters Story Group
makes roughly 1 US gallon after headspace and spillage are factored in Ingredients 3 1/2 pounds (1.5 kgs.) of honey 1 large orange 1 small handful of raisins 1 cinnamon stick 2 cloves pinch of nutmeg and allspice (optional) 1 sachet bread yeast water to just under 4 liters Procedure Cut orange into eigths. Add orange slices (peels and all) to a 4 liter jug, then add honey, spices, and water to 4 liters, less headspace. Cap and shake, mixing well. Uncap, add yeast. Cap and shake again. Uncap and attach waterlock. Let sit for 2 to 2 1/2 months. When mead is clear syphon it into clean bottles. Cap or cork these. Mead is now ready to drink, but gets better with age. Additional Reading The obligatory Wikipedia article A nice overview of mead history and nomenclature. (I've contributed to it myself, so you just know it's good!) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mead Gotmead.com The single biggest mead resource on the Web. The forums are particularly useful. Many very knowledgeable and friendly people hang out here. http://www.gotmead.com The Mead Lover's Digest A venerable email forum, that gets sent out whenever there's enough content to fill and issue. Lots of good advice and recipes here. This is the introduction/signup page. http://www.talisman.com/mead/