RA Podcast #2: Podcast For Terri

In this episode: New Podcast!The folks over at Disciples With Microphones are running a Podcasts For Terri campaign this week leading up the to removal of Terri Schiavo’s feeding tubes this coming Friday.Terri Schiavo has been a recurring subject on the Rosary Army forums and this podcast focuses on how the secular media has been reporting the upcoming removal of her feeding tube, as well as the opinions of “soldiers” from the Rosary Army forums.

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  • Jayson F. says:

    awesome! great interview with peter vere. Greg, your rss feed seems to be working properly. How did you record the interview?

  • Greg says:

    Jayson,Thanks for the kind words.The phone recording is very convoluted. I went to radio shack and bought a little adapter for my phone that plugs into a regular cassette player. The cheap-o phone I have made me sound like I was inside a tin can, but I thought Pete’s audio sounded pretty good. After I record to a tape recorder, I used another radio with a headphone jack to record to the computer. I bought another $3 wire that connects from my headphone jack to the microphone jack of my PC. I then hit “play” on the tape player, and “record” on the PC’s sound recorder (I’ve been using Audacity for the Podcasts, but would welcome other software suggestions). The PC then treated the audio going into the microphone jack the same as it would anything else coming in through the microphone line. And that’s it! Does that make sense at all?

  • Jayson F. says:

    yes, that makes perfect sense. I figured that’s why you did considering the audio quality. Great job though!I’ve been playing around with skype trying to record it. I think I’ve finally figured it out.Also, there was one part in the audio where you had two tracks playing at the same time!

  • Greg says:

    Yeah, I noticed that goof-up too, but by that time I was just too tired to fix it! I figured only another podcaster would catch it. Looks like I was right!