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Saturday, October 22, 2005
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The Editors' Association of Canada, to which I belong, recently asked me to buy a digital recorder for our monthly meetings.
I just did so, and on Friday, October 21 I tested it out by recording a 14-minute podcast of
how I record these tunes (9.5 MB MP3 file) on my way from my office at Navarik to the SkyTrain I take home.
If you're interested in what equipment I use, how I construct my original free
podsafe instrumental songs I record for the Penmachine Podcast, or what the traffic sounds like near Main Street in downtown Vancouver, you might want to give it a listen.
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