4/12/12

Retrospace Podcast #27



PODCAST 27

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TRACK LIST
  1. Margaret Whiting - Good morning Mister Echo radio commercial
  2. Mork and Mindy TV theme
  3. Drive-In commercial
  4. 80s radio intermission
  5. "Roller Derby Queen" by Jim Croce
  6. "Miss World '66" by Syd Dale
  7. Long John Baldry radio spot
  8. Partridge Weiners commercial by The American Breed
  9. "Disco Accordion" by Myron Floren
  10. Six Million Dollar Man TV theme
  11. James Brown radio spot
  12. "Mr. Muscles" by Carol Ventura
  13. Weet Bix commercial (Australian)
  14. Rick Nelson radio spot
  15. "Skateboard" by Jefferson Starship

(Run Time: 21 minutes)

4 comments:

  1. You had me at Mork & Mindy and Six Mullion Dollar Man.

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  2. What software do you use for your podcasts? I'd like to make one myself but I can't figure out Audacity.

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    1. I use Audacity. It was horrible at first, but once you force yourself to use it, it's not bad.

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  3. A small simple to use free program that I use regularly is 'Merge MP3'.

    From the website;-

    Program Features
    The features of the program are not numerous - but everything you need is here:

    Merge as many files as you like - no limitations by size, length, or number.
    Sort files to be merged by filename (with or without directory), date/time or size.
    Optionally write ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags into the merged MP3 file.
    Optionally write VBR frame into the merged file - useful when merging files with different bitrates.
    View detailed information about MP3 files to be merged, including MPEG header information and ID3v1 and ID3v2 information.
    Choose to use ID3 tag from any of the files to be merged to write into the target file.
    Display an image embedded into the MP3 files.
    Play MP3 files from the list to be merged.
    No complicated installation - simply unzip the program and run from any directory.
    Very intuitive interface.
    Very fast merge speed.
    It's absolutely FREE!

    Give it a go , it's far easier than Audacity .

    http://www.shchuka.com/software/mergemp3/

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