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Garage Band for Podcasts?

by SynicalDan / August 22, 2006 1:48 AM PDT

Has anyone published any podcasts with Garageband from iLife?

Does it do the job well, or is it lacking? Is there value in purchasing a 3rd party software for this? In listening to people discuss podcasting, there's a lot of talk of filters for such things as eliminiating the pops of Ps, ambient noise, etc.

Any input would be appreciated!


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I'll write no but ...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 22, 2006 1:53 AM PDT
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yup. i podcast with garageband.
by udayan71 / August 22, 2006 3:48 AM PDT
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Good Posts! I think I'll try both!
by SynicalDan / August 22, 2006 4:50 AM PDT

Podcast software seems pretty reasonably priced at the beginner level, so I think I'll try Garageband, and maybe invest in another software as well, and see which one offers the best overall quality.



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take a look
by boya84 / August 25, 2006 2:34 PM PDT

at "Audacity"... open source audio editor. Very flexible, easy to use... can clean up the ambient noise in a snap.

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