This post is for anyone who podcasts, videocasts, or otherwise relies for their living (or hobby) on recording their voice on their computer. It’s particularly addressed to folks like myself who record screencasts, in which you’re teaching people to use software, oftentimes including demos in which you’re typing live while recording your screencast. Get a … Continue reading Boom Or Bust!
I’m honored to have had the opportunity to spend some time with Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from .NET Rocks, to discuss the .NET Gadgeteer platform and some of the projects I’ve worked on using this hardware/software platform. We also discussed some of the great work being done by the Gadgeteer community, including the many … Continue reading Rocking Gadgeteer on DotNetRocks
[UPDATE – 7/30/2014: Wanted to share some feedback from one of my brothers, who purchased a Nessie mic for doing some screencast work. Apparently, he’s had some issues with low signal and lots of noise, and inconsistencies in operation depending on where he plugged it in. I took a look at the Nessie page on … Continue reading Audio Gear for Podcasting and Screencasting – Follow-up
UPDATE: For folks who want a little more guidance in terms of specific microphones, I did a follow-up post that you might find interesting. Original post follows. Taking a brief break from my usual diet of code for some fun with audio gear…