In the last show, I had a horrible time getting good audio because the computer connected to my studio mic didn’t record the whole show. The only record was the Youtube stream taken from my cheap headphone mic, the copy in the NSA archives, and Google’s market-mining copy. Since I could only get to the YouTube audio, I had to use that for creating an edited podcast version. It wasn’t pretty. Since then, I followed Tim’s example and consolidated all my recording equipment onto a single computer, and I even bought a mid-range consumer camera. My studio mic connected to Audacity for recording, and YouTube for streaming. It gave cleaner sound and the technical difficulties were a minimum.
Check out the show page for all our episodes and the Two Cyborgs YouTube channel for the unedited video recordings.
Brian - Left _____ Tim - Right
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First time here?
Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.
Completed projects from year 3.
Completed projects from year 4.
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