Ep. 2: Email replies that don't suck, podcasting on an iPad, and Sound Devices WAVE Agent Tool - ETM002

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In today's journal entry, Josh talks about not looking stupid when sending email replies to potential guests, how the iPad isn't quite ready for podcast prime time, and how the free Sound Devices WAVE Agent saved his butt recently. 

Josh used the WAVE Agent to re-stamp a mis-stamped .wav header that was originally stamped as 44.1kHz instead of 48kHz and was causing playback issues. The WAVE Agent tool is also ideal for dealing with polyphonic .wav files - like those outputted by Sound Devices products like the MixPre-6. 

Get the WAVE Agent here: https://www.sounddevices.com/products/accessories/software/wave-agent

In the Park Gear:

  • Park - iPhone 7 plus with iPhone wired ear buds running into the iTalk Premium  App (ver. 4.7.5) with Recording Quality set to Best. 
  • Post - Auphonic adaptive leveller only > iZotope Nectar 3 elements for dialogue for EQ/Comp/De-essing > Audition hard limiter.

In the Studio:

  • Voice - Shure SM7B > DBX286s > Scarlett 2i4 > Audacity for the MAC > output .aiff
  • Post - Auphonic adaptive leveller only > iZotope de-noise > Audition 30band EQ > waves CL-2A compressor > Audition hard limiter > 128kb .mp3 

Ep. 01: Testing Acoustic Treatment (a primacoustic London 10 Room Kit) in a spare bedroom - ETM001

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In this episode we listen in as your host Josh L. temp-installs and then tests a Primacoustic London 10 pack using a spare bedroom.

View/Download the LONDON 10 INSTALL PHOTOS here in pdf 

Intro Segment:
Sennheiser MD46 into Roland R-05, mixed in Adobe Audition using iZotope De-noise, iZotope Nectar Elements, and Waves CLA-2A plugins.

Acoustics Segment:
Rode Broadcaster microphone into a Sound Devices MixPre-6 (at 48khz 24bit). The only post production used on this segment (other than content edits to shorten some of the gaps) was Adaptive Levelling in the Auphonic Desktop App (no noise reduction or extra compression was used).

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