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The StoryCorps app—a free mobile application—seamlessly walks users through an interview by providing all the necessary tools for a wonderful experience. You will receive help preparing questions, finding the right environment for your conversation, recording a high-quality interview on your mobile device, sharing the finished product with friends and family, and uploading your conversation to the StoryCorps.me website. Terms of Service.
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* Preparing to Record
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Research: Sound Recording Equipment, Software, and Methods
Zoom Portable Recorder and microphones
Zoom H5 Product Description
Zoom H5 on Amazon purchase page
Zoom H5 description by B&H on YouTube
Zoom H5 basics on YouTube
Zoom H5 Demo and Overview on YouTube
Zoom H5: Input and Output tutorial on YouTube
Using Lavalier Microphones with Zoom Handy Recorders on YouTube
Getting the Best Sound from Your Lavalier Microphone on YouTube
Learn How to Create Killer Podcasts With 25 Free Audio Resources
Recording Professional Face to Face Podcast Interviews:
The Equipment, Techniques & Approach
How to Start a Podcast: Step by Step
A Proven Podcast Workflow
Here's are the steps I shared in the video
Ready to start your own podcast? The podcast workflow
How to Podcast for Free
Podcasting 101: From Setup to Publish in 10 mins
> Recommended equipment
> Normalize sound at auponic > 2-hr/month is free
How to Setup a Mix Minus for Recording Skype
Learn How to Podcast in 8 Parts
Audio Processing and Plugins
Skillshare: Podcast (10 Classes)
How to podcast for free:
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Library and Upload
audio glossaries and definitions
Glossary of Audio Terms
DBFS is "decibels below full scale". Measurment on a VU meters. (as opposed to LUs an LUFS meter.)
Dynamic range compression (DRC) or simply compression is a signal processing operation that reduces the volume of loud sounds or amplifies quiet sounds by narrowing or compressing an audio signal's dynamic range.
LKFS and LUFS are pretty much "the same", except they are terms used by different standards groups. "Loudness, K-scale, below full scale" and "Loudness Units below full scale". Both are in db increments, and when the same measurement process is used, the result is the same. For instance -23LKFS equals -23LUFS.
Loudness meter. No portable recorders currently implement loudness meters, so there is not yet a loudness solution for recording in the field. But that’s okay — you’ll want to make loudness adjustments when it comes time to mix anyway. Record at a comfortable level, and after you import the files you can actively mix with a loudness meter. If you have access to loudness normalization, you could quickly process your audio to -24 LUFS before mixing.
LU, or loudness unit, is equivalent to one db.
LUFS level, meaning Loudness Units relative to Full Scale. Video.
Short Term measurement for mixing. It is an average of a rolling 3-second time window, usually displayed as a number, and it works really nicely with the pace of speech. Mix voices to -24 LUFS on the Short Term meter.