radman

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  1. I see that it has automagically been fix0red.
  2. Hah, is there a way to edit topics once they've been posted? That should read "ARTS Episode 10" :-)
  3. Episode 10 of The ARTS features a select group of authoritative guests, including: - Media mogul Kizzle speaks on the subject of podcasting - The implosion of Suprnova.org and alternative P2P resources - The Internet Archive challenges copyright law with Kahle v. Ashcroft - A behind-the-scenes look at Nectarine Radio with Sir Garbagetruck - deviantART to hold a convention in California, deviantART Summit - Reviews of recent software packages such as Picasa2 from Google - An upcoming demo competition held in Japan by 2CH.net, 2chparty - A retrospective look at the very first demoscene radio show, Havok Radio - And lastly we explore the true meaning of BASS The ARTS is an internet radio talk show dedicated to the scene; including graphics, demos, tracking and all things in between. To download your copy of Episode 10, please refer to The ARTS website. Lo-Fi and Hi-Fi (dial-up and broadband) versions are available. The ARTS: Episode 10
  4. No, this is not true. You do not need an iPod in order to use the iPodder program. iPodder is like a cross between FeedReader and BitTorrent and is useful to download files (such as MP3s) over RSS feeds. So if you have a Mac or Windows PC, you can use iPodder to get all the shows on HackerMedia as soon as they are announced. http://ipodder.sourceforge.net/download/index.php
  5. Excellent. I'm curious, does Hackermedia.net's RSS stream support the iPodder "enclosures" as well? This podcasting method sounds like a handy way to pick up all the new shows once they're out.
  6. BTW, the custom-made show intro this ep was made by mod tracker musician Troll, you may recognize some of the "samples" in the first 2 minutes. :-)
  7. Episode 9 features 3 interviews from around the world. Topics include: - Big Chip Compo 6 in review alongside chip musician Nula - Flashparty 2004, an interview with party organizer Acidbrain - Defining a music net label: An interview with Simon Carless of Monotonik - Two great books: Digital Retro + Sexy Legs and Typewriters - Recap of the Vintage Computer Festival held in Mountain View, California - Oh, and Anthem's mom interrupts the show to announce his passport arrived! The ARTS is an internet radio talk show dedicated to the scene; including graphics, demos, tracking and all things in between. To download your copy of Episode 9, please refer to The ARTS website. Lo-Fi and Hi-Fi (dial-up and broadband) versions are available. The ARTS: Episode 9
  8. Great news, congratulations guys!
  9. Thanks to some task I've been handed, I'm steadily catching up on all the Infonomicon shows, and they've all been completely enjoyable and worth-while. peace, -r
  10. Can you recall a memorable one-liner from a radio show you’ve listened to recently? Every-so-often, some of our more musically inclined listeners produce some cool custom intros for The ARTS show – without going into too much detail and spoiling the idea for the next show, we are looking for funny/interesting excerpts from some of our fellow radio shows. Any show, current or “retired” is acceptable. If you can recall a memorable quote of sorts, preferrably a quality sound bite between 3-10 seconds in length, please write to us for consideration in this project. Feel free to reply to this thread with the info (show link and timestamp info) or if you'd like to suggest something privately you may email us at: radio@acid.org (This message was cross-posted to Hackermedia)
  11. Same here. I've been using Cool Edit since 1999. You're not alone. I can personally attest that professionals in the radio industry, such as those who work for the likes of ClearChannel also use Clear Edit for the creation of radio station IDs, bumpers, etc. So if it's good enough for them...
  12. I'd love to hear an episode doing one or multiple spoofs of other shows, that might be pretty funny if executed properly.
  13. Thats interesting, I was considering purchasing that device as well to test it out, but decided against it in the long run because I don't really like the sound quality cell phones tend to give you vs. a land line. However I can attest that the WAVES plugins are badass. I've used them too to rescue a show once or twice which had some noticeable feedback. I need to try out Audition but I tend to just use a combo of Sound Forge and ACID Pro.
  14. The PPM3C phone mixer (http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/cgi-bin/c...ction&key=PPM3C) looks nice, have you or has anyone else actually tried it?? I'd be very interested to hear the results.